Millions of Americans suffer from discomforts and reactions to allergens. By supporting the natural immune response with a correct blend of plant-based enzymes, it may help reduce the frequency and intensity of the discomforts of these allergies. Those who use AllerFree™ tell us they have never experienced such complete relief from a natural product.*
To minimize the effects of allergies, take three capsules of AllerFree™ every hour until desired results are achieved. For maintenance, take one capsule in the morning and another at night. Always take on an empty stomach with eight ounces of water.*
While protein is one of life’s most basic entities, it can also be deadly. Proteins from venoms, germs, and viruses, for example, can sicken or kill us. Consequently, the immune system is designed to identify foreign proteins that find their way into the bloodstream and break them down into the individual amino acids from which they are built.
Normally, the immune system breaks down harmless proteins (those from pollens, molds, animal dander, stings, bug bites, etc.) with macrophage enzymes, which work so effectively that we rarely are aware of them. However, in many people, the immune system mistakenly identifies harmless foreign proteins as dangerous pathogens. It then reacts by the release of a chemical called histamine, which causes the inflammation, itching, sneezing, watery eyes, and other discomforts we refer to as allergic reactions.
To date, science has not found an easy way to “teach” faulty immune systems to identify harmless proteins correctly. However, certain blends of plant enzymes may help reduce the frequency of allergic reactions and the intensity of these discomforts.
In the digestive process, protease enzymes break down proteins, amylase enzymes break down carbohydrates, and lipase enzymes break down fats. When taken with meals, these enzymes can improve the digestion of foods. But when taken between meals, substantial amounts of these enzymes exert effects resulting in the reduction of the negative effects of the immune response. In the same way, amylase enzymes may also help neutralize histamine so that the reactions already in progress may be minimized.