Does Allergena Expire?

Question: Is there a shelf life for Allergena?

Answer: Allergena is a homeopathic allergy remedy and does not carry an expiration date.  All antigens are suspended in alcohol and thus preserved.

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Most Common Questions About Allergena:

Question: Why does it work?
Answer: Over 120 extracts of trees, weeds, and grasses present in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah have been homeopathically prepared to desensitize your body's reaction to these particular tree, grass, and weed antigens. Drainage remedies and Echinacea are included for drainage of the antigen residue.
Question: When should I begin taking Allergena? Is it too late to begin during the allergy season?
Answer: Allergena is formulated to improve your immune response. It is never too late to begin taking Allergena.
Question: How long does it take Allergena to "begin working"?
Answer: Some users experience relief during the first two weeks of use, while others experience relief during the first 6 weeks.
Question: How long should I continue to take Allergena?
Answer: For severe and long term allergy suffers, begin two weeks prior to allergy season taking 15 drops under the tongue, three times a daily. Two weeks after the season has ended, reduce intake to 15 drops under the tongue, twice daily.
Question: Are there any side effects to taking Allergena?
Answer: For some extreme suffers, heightened allergic response may immediately ensue following administration of the product. Do not be alarmed at this response. If you should experience a headache after taking Allergena, decrease dose to a tolerable level, then slowly increase over a period of two weeks. There are no additional kn own side effects. Please note that the formula contains alcohol.
Question: What does geographically zoned mean?
Answer: Allergena Trees, Weeds & Grasses are available in 9 different "zones". Each zone refers to a geographical region in the United States that share common allergens. Click Here to Find Your Zone