- Supports antihistamine, anti-inflammatory and anti-spasmodic activity.
- Supports immune and respiratory health.
- May improve allergic rhinitis symptoms.
Aller-7® is a blend of anti-allergy plant extracts that supports antihistamine, anti-inflammatory and anti-spasmodic activity. It has been the subject of phase I and phase II clinical studies which have shown it is non-toxic and safe to use. In addition, in a multi-center, 12-week study involving 574 subjects, 59-78% of them showed significant improvements. In short, no nutritional supplement or natural remedy promotes respiratory health like Aller-7®
At least 15% of the population suffers, to varying degrees, from chronic or seasonal allergies caused by an immune system that over-reacts to allergens. Allopathic drugs often cause side-effects such as nervous tension, fatigue, headaches or drowsiness. Existing homoeopathic or nutritional formulations are not that effective and lack credibility.
Aller-7® is a specific, standardized and patented blend of seven phytonutrients, providing standardized levels of polyphenols, glycosides, piperine, gallic acid, chebulic acid, ellagic acid and gingerols such as:
It has been the subject of extensive in vitro, animal and clinical studies. More than 50 plant extracts have been evaluated and tested over almost 10 years, in many different combinations, before arriving at this Aller-7® formulation which has been granted US patent nº 6,730,332. Clinical studies have shown that Aller-7®:
|Daily serving: 4 capsules
Number of servings per bottle: 15
|Quantity per serving|
Specific blend of extracts of :
Phyllanthus emblica (fruit), Terminalia chebula (fruit), Terminalia belerica (fruit), Albizia lebbeck (bark), Zingiber officinale (tuber), Piper longum (fruit) and Piper nigrum (fruit).
|1 320 mg|
|Other ingredients: Acacia gum, rice flour.
Aller-7® — Lonza
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