Herbs Etc., Allergy ReLeaf System, 2 Bottles, 60 Sofgels/Tablets

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Herbs Etc., Allergy ReLeaf System, 2 Bottles, 60 Sofgels/Tablets

Allertonic
Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 softgel
Servings Per Container: 60
  Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Calories 5  
Proprietary Blend
Alcohol free concentrated Extracts of: fresh Stinging Nettle herb¹, Licorice root¹, Eyebright herb¹, Horehound herb¹, Osha root, fresh Horsetail herb, fresh Mullein leaf¹, Elecampane root¹ and fresh Plantain leaf¹.
200 mg  
¹Organic
Quercetin AllerReLeaf
Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 tablet
Servings per Container: 60
  Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Calorie 10  
Proprietary Blend 900 mg  
Quercetin 500 mg  
Vitamin C 200 mg  
Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5) 100 mg  
Turmeric (95% Curcuminoids) 50 mg  
Bromelain (2,400 GDU) 50 mg  

Description

  • Natural Medicine
  • 100% Natural
  • Allertonic Softgels - 60 ct.
  • Quercetin AllerReLeaf Tablets - 60 ct.
  • Information Allergy ReLeaf Pamphlet
  • Solution You Trust
  • Americas #1 Best Seller

Complete Formula for Seasonal Environmental and Dietary Challenges

  • Calms Eye, Sinus, Lung, and gastrointestinal tissues
  • Provieds Allergy-Specific Nutritonal and Herbal Support

Allergy ReLeaf System is a innovative program developed by Medical Herbalist Daniel Gagnon, RH AHG. This program's advanced, synergistic nutritional and herbal formulas deliver essential benefits, on-going soothing comfort, and are designed to help you make every season a healthy season.

  • Soothes temporary respiratory, digestive and skin irritation from environmental, dietary, and seasonal challenges
  • Promotes healthy eye, sinus, throat, lung, adrenal, skin and gastrointestinal tissues
  • Clears excessive moisture of eyes, sinuses and lungs without harsh stimulants
  • Stabilizes mast cells and calms their response to airborne pollens
  • Maintains a healthy allergen response by the respiratory and digestive systems
  • Supports adrenal glands and sustains healthy energy levels during stressful times

Suggested Use

Acute: Take one Allertonic softgel and one Quercetin AllerReLeaf tablet every two to three hours with water until comfort is achieved or as directed by your health care professional. Noticeable comfort is attained within the first or second day. Then switch to Ongoing use.

Ongoing: Once comfort is attained, take one Allertonic softgel and one Quercetin AllerReLeaf tablet three times a day with water.

Pro-Active: Two months prior to seasonal challenges, take one Allertonic softgel and one Quercetin AllerReLeaf tablet twice a day with water.

Best results are achieved when these two supplements are taken together.

Other Ingredients

Allertonic:

Extra virgin olive oil¹, non-GMO soy lecithin beeswax. Softgel contains gelatin, vegetable glycerine, carob, chlorophyll.

¹Organic

Quercetin AllerReLeaf:

Cellulose, silica, stearic acid.

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FAQ

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