We believe that AllergyEasy is the most convenient, effective allergy program available, but don’t just take our word for it. Below are testimonials from doctors, patients, and publications about the AllergyEasy advantage.

What doctors using AllergyEasy are saying:

“I used to recommend allergy shots to my patients until I found out about this. Now 95 percent of my allergy patients experience either a great deal of relief or complete relief…and with no side effects. It’s just amazing.”
–Dr. Joel Mascaro

"AllergyEasy has been a fantastic addition to my family medicine practice. It is easy to learn and easy to administer. AllergyEasy has helped my allergic and asthmatic patients regain the quality of life that has eluded them for years.  It relieves symptoms quickly and is far easier to comply with than shots." 
–Dr. Mark Goldberg

What AllergyEasy patients are saying:                                          (Initials are used to protect confidentiality)

Allergy Patient: P.P. (toddler)

According to P.P.’s mother, he had a "sinus infection a month" and "was always miserable." At age three, P.P. was tested at another doctor's office and got 60 pin pricks in the arm.

"It was pretty traumatic for a little toddler," said the patient’s mother. "We were both crying by the time it was over."

After limited improvement with traditional therapy, P.P. got treatment with oral serum drops. His sinus problems let up within two months and sinus infections now only strike once every couple of years. "The program has changed my son's whole life--truly saved his life," said the patient's mother. "This is all-natural. It works. We can do it at home. It's just too easy."

Allergy Patient: K.P. (teenage golfer ranked among the top five in the world for his age category)

K.P. suffered from asthma and allergy effects triggered by grass—a big problem for a world-class golfer.

We thought he was constantly sick," recounted K.P.'s mother. "He missed about 25 days of school a year. He was always sneezing, his eyes were red, he was lethargic, his body ached, he was constantly blowing his nose, and his throat was always clogged."

After several months of treatment using oral serum drops, he was symptom-free and back on the golf course.

"I can travel now. I can do things I never dreamed I could do," said K.P.

Allergy Patient: J.B.

J.B. suffered from a severe, itchy rash that left her body covered in sores. Cool baths provided the only source of comfort. J.B. reported having to practically "live in cool water to survive."

After unsuccessfully seeking treatment from about 30 doctors, J.B. started the oral serum available through AllergyEasy. She achieved complete relief within two months.

Allergy Patient: C.B. (child)

C.B. suffered from debilitating asthma throughout her childhood.

"We felt afraid for her life," said C.B.'s mother. "She'd catch every cold and virus and her asthma would go out of control. It was really scary."

After C.B. started on the oral serum drops, her mother reported "almost instantaneous" reduction of symptoms.

"Spring is usually the worst season for us," said C.B.'s mother. "The nebulizer goes non-stop. After starting on the serum, I can count on one hand the number of times I have had to use it."

Even the nurse at the pediatrician's office reported "a drastic reduction in allergies and asthma" for C.B.

"I had no idea that something this simple could completely change my child's life," said C.B.'s mother. "It has saved us. For the first time, I'm learning how normal people live."

Allergy Patient: M.J.B.

M.J.B. suffered from common allergy symptoms such as a stuffy nose, but also from extreme fatigue.

"I used to find it hard to get out of bed in the morning," said M.J.B. "I wanted to nap during the work day, and I was dead tired in the evening. I had just accepted it as my life."

Within only a few months of starting on the AllergyEasy serum drops, M.J.B reported that "the fatigue was gone."

What publications are saying about oral allergy drops:

"SLIT [sublingual immunotherapy] is a safe treatment which significantly reduces symptoms and medication requirements in allergic rhinitis."
–The Cochrane Review

"Thus far studies have found that drops were as effective as shots and, not surprisingly, were better accepted by patients and were safer."
–Scientific American, "Drink Your Shots," April 2002

The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology identified sublingual immunotherapy as efficacious, particularly for certain populations (young children, severely reactive).