The Science

Of My Allergy Drops

Immunotherapy

Your body attacks invaders, but sometimes that system can attack invaders that turn out to be harmless: peanuts, pharmaceuticals, or pollen. This causes reactions that can range from mild discomfort to life threatening situations.

Sublingual Immunotherapy (S.L.I.T)

Sublingual immunotherapy (S.L.I.T) involves placing an allergy drop under your tongue (sublingual). There it comes in contact with a specialized cell called a “dendritic cell”. This dendritic cell “grabs” the antigens in the drop and presents them to your body’s immune system in a safe dosage.

Supplemental Concentration

Supplemental Concentration is great for temporary relief. It’s safe, inexpensive, natural, and drug-free. It is recommended to use daily during periods of allergic reaction.

Medical Grade Concentration

Your body attacks invaders, but sometimes that system can attack invaders that turn out to be harmless: peanuts, pharmaceuticals, or pollen. This causes reactions that can range from mild discomfort to life threatening situations.

MyAllergyDrops was Developed by Doctors & Allergists.

Dr. Glen Porter MD

Graduated with an MD from Georgetown University School of Medicine in 2000. Dr. Porter then served his residency at the University of Texas Medical Center from 2001-2005. Dr. Porter now works at the American Fork Specialty Clinic for ENT (Ears, Nose, and Throat) and Allergies. He’s a member of the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy.

Daily Pharmaceutical Supplemental Injection
Daily Yes Daily Daily
Application Oral Oral Application
Cost (1 year) $1200/year for usually 3 years $300-$500 $1300 or more*/year for 3-5 years
Duration Can last 8-15 years Temporary (daily)
Risk Allergic Reaction* None Recorded* Anaphylactic Shock
Doctor Prescribed Yes No Yes
Doctor Administered No No Yes
Office Visit Required No No Yes