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Allergy is a hypersensitivity disorder of the immune system. There are lots of allergy treatment options. Treatments for allergies include avoiding known allergens and use of medications for relief from the allergy symptoms. Allergy herbal remedies are best known to give fast allergy relief. We also provide specific herbal remedies for allergy which have been considered as most effective and nature's answer to moderate to severe forms of allergies.

Herbal Remedies for Aller-G Care - Natural Defense against allergies Ayurvedic Medicines-Natural Treatment

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Aller-G Care contains extracts of Haridra (commonly known as Turmeric), Neem, Shirish and Ashwagandha. These herbs act together in a synergistic manner and control acute and chronic allergic reactions. The formula is particularly an effective natural remedy for pollen allergy.

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Dosage- 1-2 capsules twice daily, after meals.


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Allergies of all types, Pollen Allergy, Chronic Allergic Rhinitis, Chronic sinusitis, Chronic Eosinophillia, Hay Fever, Asthma, Eczema, Urticaria, Skin allergies and respiratory allergies.

Herbs in Aller-G Care

Aller-G Care is purely an herbal formulation without any chemicals added into it. The ingredients are frequently used in Ayurvedic system of medicine since 5,000 B.C. without any side effects.

Ingredients of Aller-G Capsules - Excellent herbs for Allergy

Sr. No. Herb Used Latin Name Parts Used Quantity
1 Haridra Curcuma longa Extract 200 mg
2 Neem Azadirachta Indica Extract 200 mg
3 Shirish Albezzia Lebbock Extract 100 mg
4 Ashwagandha Withania Somnifera Extract 100 mg

Haridra (Curcuma longa- Curcumin):

Haridra is commonest of all the herbs and is commonly called Turmeric. Ayurveda explains it as most useful anti-allergic, anti-inflammatory, Anti-diabetic, Anti-cancer herb. It is popular among general Indian public as anti-inflammatory and analgesic. People in India use it after common injuries to ease the pain and swelling.


Neem (Azadirachta indica):

Neem is another useful herb and is described in Ayurveda as best anti-septic and disinfectant. In Indian villages, Neem juice is popularly used till date for blood disorders, boils, skin allergies, skin infections etc. It clears away the toxins from within the blood.

Shirish (Albezzia lebbock):

Shirish is described in Ayurveda as -"Vish-ghan" i.e. removes poison. It is very useful herb to remove accumulated poisons i.e. accumulated metabolites from produced within the body. According to Ayurveda, the poisonous substances are intermediate metabolites of carbohydrate, protein and fat metabolism. They accumulate within our body and cause various illness like diabetes, gout, high cholesterol etc. They also interfere with our immune system and hamper its functions. Albezzia removes accumulated toxins from our body and also relieves the entire physiologic system.

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera):

It is very popular in the west as Indian Ginseng and is useful in inflammation of all kinds. Allergies in general also cause inflammatory reaction and thus it is very useful for all kind of allergies as well.

Allergy is an exaggerated reaction by body's immune system, in response to contact with certain foreign substances. The substances which produce allergy are called 'allergens'. Allergens include pollen grains from weeds or grass, house dust mites,ámould fungi, foods and medicines. Allergy is an abnormal reaction to protein substances that occur naturally and on exposure to allergens; the body's immune system gets ready to fight them. White blood cells i.e. B-lymphocytes produce antibodies against the allergen. The antibody sticks to the surface of the allergy cells and the body gets ready to fight back, as soon as it is exposed to the allergen. After this process, there is an allergic reaction every time the body is exposed to the allergen and the allergen sticks to the antibodies on the surface of the allergy cells. On account of this change, granula stored in the allergy cells start releasing histamine, which ultimately causes the symptoms of allergy.

Globally, millions of people are afflicted with seasonal allergies such as hay fever. Others have food allergies like peanut allergy, wheat allergy & gluten allergy and a majority of people have asthmatic allergy due to allergic reactions.á

The symptoms of allergy depend on the exposure of the body to the allergen and the allergic reaction may be in the form ofáhay fever,áasthmaáoránettle rash. As a result, the histamine dilates the blood vessels and causes the delicate membranes to swell up. If the allergy is caused to respiratory passages, it becomes difficult to breathe and an asthma attack may follow. An allergy is very different to an intolerance or sensitivity to the food we eat. The allergy symptoms are generally caused by wind-born pollen from trees, grass, plants or weeds entering the nasal passages. When these allergens collide with the defense system of the body; the nasal mucosa swells, blocks the passageway and causes sinus infections.

Most allergies are observed during spring and summer seasons. Allergic reactions are mostly caused when the immune system reacts to allergens in the environment. The over-reaction of the body's immune system normally produce symptoms common to allergies like red & swollen or watery eyes, stuffy nose, post-nasal drip, headache, fatigue, fever, throat infection, dry mouth, wheezing and coughing.

Most patients suffering from allergy dislike the physical side-effects associated with the regular use of anti-histaminic drugs, which include drowsiness and sleepy conditions. The individual's ability to concentrate and to operate machinery is not considered safe. Also the allopathic drugs tend to dry out the body and cause dehydration.

Natural remedies for allergy have been considered as most effective as they are in-expensive and offer less wear & tear on the body. Most natural allergy supplements come in capsules, tablets and liquids, and are available in leading drugstores or health food stores. Herbs can block our body's histamines which set off allergic reactions.á Some herbs are antihistamines, some have decongestant properties and altogether they provideánatural allergy relief.

Our unique product 'Aller-G Care' is a blend of unique herbs described in Ayurveda as best anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory herbs. These rare herbs are nature's answer to moderate to severe forms of allergies.

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