Allerase™ is formulated to support those individuals who suspect they are amylase deficient. Common symptoms of amylase deficiency include but are not limited to sinus congestion, itchy watery eyes, fatigue, blood sugar imbalance or frequent headaches. Allerase may help maintain normal histamine levels.
Suggested Use: Take 1 capsule of Allerase on an empty stomach 2 to 3 times per day (1 hour before or 2 hours after a meal). More may be taken as necessary.
Contraindications: Allerase is not recommended for diabetics who are medicated. The amount of amylase can create an imbalance in blood sugars. Digest is a more balancing formula for these individuals. Diabetics who are able to control their symptoms through diet (type II) may take Allerase.
Allerase was formulated to be taken on an empty stomach for relief of symptoms often associated with pollen and dander sensitivities. It contains the highest amount of Thera-Blend Amylase. Allerase can be taken between meals for therapeutic effect to support those individuals who suspect they are amylase deficient. Common symptoms include but are not limited to sinus congestion, itchy watery eyes, fatigue, blood sugar imbalance or frequent headaches.
Allergies: In many cases allergens such as pollen, cigarette smoke, pet dander and other histamine inducing substances cause an immune system response, i.e. the creation of histamine. Histamine production is a reaction by the body to a perceived pathogen with the symptoms of watery, itchy eyes, runny nose, coughing etc in an effort to expel said pathogen. Amylase taken therapeutically on an empty stomach may relieve a person of such symptoms.
Fatigue, anxiety and headaches are all byproducts of the body's inability to utilize the amount of sugar being consumed. The enzyme amylase works well in breaking down sugar into usable forms. Allerase when taken therapeutically can help an individual control sugar cravings by raising blood sugar levels.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.