Source Naturals Allercetin™ Allergy and Sinus 48tabs
Allercetin addresses six body systems that are critical to achieving allergy relief.
About 10% of the population suffers from hay fever, allergic reactions of the mucous membranes of the nose and upper air passages to irritating substances. Hay fever symptoms are usually caused by pollen from trees, grasses, and other plants, such as ragweed. According to the Law of Similars, the following remedies can relieve the classic symptoms of hay fever, such as sneezing and runny nose, itching and watery eyes, and plugged ears.
Ambrosia (Ragweed) 30x, Euphrasia (Eyebright) 6x, Sabadilla 6x, Sticta pulmonaria 6x, Succinic Acid 12x
Histamine 12x is at about the same concentration as intermediary metabolites in the body. It therefore affects histamine metabolism in two ways: 1) it stimulates the degradation of histamine by signaling the body that enough histamine has been produced, and 2) it turns off the switch on further production or release of histamine via feedback inhibition.
Histaminum hydrochloricum 12x (a component of HistaStop™)
By repeatedly introducing minute amounts of allergens such as ragweed into the body, the immune system gradually acquires tolerance. This process increases the levels of IgG antibodies, which block IgE antibodies from binding to mast cells. As a result, less inflammatory chemicals such as histamine are released.
Ambrosia (Ragweed) 30x, Quercetin 12x (a component of HistaStop™)
Head and sinus pains due to congestion are often a part of the picture of seasonal allergies. The following remedies address these symptoms according to the Law of Similars.
Kali iodatum 6x, Sabadilla 6x, Sticta pulmonaria 6x
Mucous Membrane Inflammation
The tissue changes that occur during the inflammatory process result in depletion of potassium. Kali iodatum (potassium iodide) 6x is absorbed into the body at concentrations similar to those used by the body. It regulates cell membrane permeability and conduction of nerve signals.
The symptom of fatigue is frequently part of seasonal allergies. Succinic acid is part of the Krebs cycle and plays a role in the production of ATP, the body's energy molecule. It may therefore alleviate the symptom of fatigue that often accompanies hay fever.