Description of bioAllers Grass Pollen Allergy Relief 1 fl oz, NatraBio (Natra-Bio)
bioAllers Grass Pollen Allergy Relief
- Natural homeopathic medicine for the temporary relief of runny nose, itchy, watery eyes, sneezing, congestion, sinus pressure and headache due to exposure to grass pollens.
Gradual exposure to small doses of specific allergens builds resistance. The body's natural defenses adapt, no longer triggering allergic reactions.
Active: Adrenalinum 6X (Adrenaline), Allium cepa 6X (Red Onion), Arsenicum Iodatum 6X (Arsenious Iodide), Euphrasia officinalis 6X (Eyebright), Sabadilla 6X (Cevadilla), Sanguinaria canadensis 6X (Blood Root), Agrostis gigantea 12X (Redtop), Avena sativa 12X (Oat), Bromus secalinus 12X (Brome (Cheat) Grass) , Cynodon dactylon 12X (Bermuda Grass), Dactylis glomerata 12X (Orchard Grass), Festuca pratensis 12X (Meadow Fescue), Histaminum 12X (Histamine), Lolium perenne 12X (Perennial Rye Grass), Phleum pratense 12X (Timothy Gross), Poa pratensis 12X (Kentucky Bluegrass), Secale cereale 12X (Rye), Sorghum halepense 12X (Johnson Gross), Triticum aestivum 12X (Wheat), Zea mays 12X (Corn), Inactive: Purified Water, 20% USP Alcohol
Adults, for acute symptoms, take 15 drops under the tongue every 3-4 hours. For continued allergy relief, take 15 drops under the tongue 3 times daily. Children 2-12 years of age, take 3-5 drops under the tongue 3 times daily.
If symptoms worsen or persist for more than 5 days consult a health care professional. As with any drug, if you are pregnant or nursing a baby, seekthe advice of a health care professional before using this product. Keep this and all medicines out of the reach of children.
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