AllergyEasy Announces Under-The-Tongue Drops For People With Multiple Food Allergies

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It can be very difficult to live with multiple food allergies—especially when they include common foods like wheat and dairy. AllergyEasy drops provide a breakthrough so

Mesa, Arizona (PRUnderground) March 23rd, 2015

As the number of people who suffer from food allergies rises, so too, does the incidence of multiple food allergies. Managing multiple food allergies can be overwhelming, but AllergyEasy has a solution with under-the-tongue allergy drops that treat for 59 different food allergens.

The drops are a form of immunotherapy-the only treatment known to alter the underlying allergy (not just its symptoms). The drops contain extracts of allergy-causing foods. As the body is exposed to the drops over time, it can develop an immunity to these foods and stop overreacting to them in ways that lead to troubling symptoms.

AllergyEasy provides the food allergy drops to a network of physicians around the country. Medical director Stuart Agren, MD said the drops are unique because most food allergy drops just treat for a few foods. AllergyEasy drops can target dozens of the most prevalent food allergies.

Dr. Agren regularly treats patients with multiple food allergies in his Arizona clinic and said that the drops make a tremendous difference for patients’ quality of life.

“One of my patients was an 8-year-old boy who was allergic to eggs, dairy, and wheat,” said Dr. Agren. “These foods would cause him intense stomach pain, vomiting, and muscle pain, but trying to avoid them while maintaining a healthy body weight was almost impossible.”

After taking AllergyEasy drops, the patient was able to tolerate the previously-taboo foods without significant symptoms and was even able to climb up to an age-appropriate weight-something he hadn’t been able to do in years.

“I had an adult patient in the other day who could only tolerate watermelon and potatoes before she got relief from the drops and was able to eat normally again,” said Dr. Agren. “Living with multiple food allergies can be so difficult. Why not treat them instead?”

AllergyEasy drops treat for wheat, milk, eggs, soy, fruits and vegetable, rice and dozens of other food allergens. Allergy drops (also known as sublingual immunotherapy) are growing in popularity-a bright light in a field where there have previously been no treatment options. Recent studies at Duke and Cambridge have even used sublingual immunotherapy to desensitize children with severe peanut allergies.

Dr. Agren was one of the first physicians in the country to treat for multiple food allergies using sublingual drops. He believes it is the way of the future for a fast-growing problem.

“In the past 20 years, food allergies in kids have increased by 50 percent. This problem is not going away,” said Dr. Agren.

To learn more about sublingual allergy drops, visit

About AllergyEasy

AllergyEasy helps allergy doctors around the country provide sublingual immunotherapy (allergy drops) to their patients who suffer with allergies to pollen and food allergies (including dairy allergy, wheat allergy, nut allergy, fruit allergy and more.) AllergyEasy can connect patients to a doctor in their area who offers sublingual allergy treatment.

(These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.)

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