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Allergena Fragrance

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How does Allergena Fragrance work?

Allergena is a Homeopathic Sublingual Immunotherapy. It reduces your body's negative reaction to environmental irritants such as Fragrances, Tobacco Smoke, Car Exhaust and Fireplace Smoke. Allergena homeopathic allergy drops help build immunity towards your allergic symptoms

• Sublingual: Underneath the tongue.
• Immunotherapy: Treatment to stimulate or restore the ability of the immune (defense) system to fight infection and disease. Allergy shots are another form of Immunotherapy.

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Active Ingredients: Hydrastis canadensis 4X, Arnica montana 6X, Bovista 6X, Cicuta virosa 6X, Euphorbium officinarum 6X, Petroleum 6X, Calcerea carbonica 8X, Carbo vegetabilis 8X, Phosphorus 8X, Plumbum metallicum 8X, Sulfur 30X, a.a.

Purpose: Promotes the temporary relief of allergies from Fragrances, Tobacco Smoke, Car Exhaust and Fireplace Smoke.*
Use: This product is a Homeopathic Dilution formulated to support the body's immunity for the temporary relief of allergies.*
• Use Only as directed.
• Stop use and ask a doctor if symptoms worsen or do not improve after 5 days.
• If pregnant or breastfeeding, consult a health professional before use.
• Keep out of reach of children. In case of overdose, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
Directions: • Shake Well Before Use. • Adults (12 and Older) 12-15 drops under the tongue four to six times daily. In acute phase, take every half hour. • Children (7-12 years) 9 drops under the tongue. • Children (2-7 years) 6 drops under the tongue. • Infants (0-24 months) 3 drops.
Other Information: Do not use if TAMPER EVIDENT seal around neck of bottle is missing or broken.
Inactive Ingredients: USP Purified Water and 20% USP Alcohol.


People who have become odor-sensitive to perfumes, gasoline, car exhaust, pesticides and cigarette smoke will first develop allergy related symptoms. 

Common symptoms from odor sensitivities include:

• Burning or watery eyes
• Headaches
• Nasal congestion
• Coughing
• Hoarseness
• Shortness of breath
  presenting as a wheeze.

Fragrances, tobacco and fireplace smoke and car exhaust fumes are environmental irritants. They put extra strain on your body and immune system which can trigger an allergic reaction. Existing illnesses like asthma and allergies can worsen when exposed to these environmental irritants.

A speck of cat dander floating through the air may not set off a reaction, but the addition of tobacco smoke may push your body to the limit and create a variety of allergy related symptoms.

You walk into a friend’s home and smell freshly baked pumpkin pie. After you start sneezing uncontrollably, feeling dizzy and sick to your stomach you learn she hasn’t been baking –she’s burning a scented candle.

Wood smoke emissions contain carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, sulfur dioxide, hydrochloric acid, and formaldehyde; and chemicals known or suspected to be carcinogens. Wood smoke can depress the immune system and damage the layers of cells in the lungs that protect and cleanse the airways.
Avoidance is the best method to prevent allergies caused by environmental irritants, but it may not be a practical solution.

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  1. Fragrance is the BEST 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 23rd Jan 2022

    I can't imagine my life without it... I am so allergic to fragrances that the second I get hit with an offensive chemical fragrance I take this and it prevents a major reaction of throat irritation and helps with car exhaust to ease shortness of breath . Taking it every 15 -30 minutes - if I can't get away from the situation - has amazing remedy results!

    I found Allergena "Air Pollution" in a health food store in New York city in 1997, and have been using it ever since. The name has changed, but the ingredients are basically the same.

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