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What if your immune system could help you fight allergies

As an allergy sufferer, you’re in good (albeit sneezy) company! Allergy problems affect an estimated 1 in 3 people! So you’ve probably reached for an OTC allergy medicine... and the side effects made you think twice.

You’re in good (sleepy) company again. Many medications universally make people tired. You’re probably ready to wash your hands of this, but this is part of the problem. A decrease in childhood exposure to certain allergens has weakened our immune system’s ability to fight them off, making for more allergy sufferers over time! Build up your body's natural immune response with AllegrosRX for natural allergy relief! Created by a lead allergy specialist, Dr. Lyndon Mansfield, AllergosRX is the only allergy multi-symptom supplement that uses PROBIOTICS and a unique combination of other high efficacy ingredients for naturally effective allergy multi-symptom relief: • Astralgus for sneezing and runny/itchy nose. • Butterbur as nature’s Singulair (but a non-drowsy allergy pills alternative). • Methyl B12 to help coughing and itchy eyes. • Quercetin in addition to a probiotic supplement for immune system support. • Nettle Leaf as a natural antihistamine and nasal decongestant for sinus pressure relief. For less than the cost of leading allergy medications, you can get a 30-day supply. And if you have Amazon Prime, you can get it in two days! Order above because allergy problems are nothing to sneeze at!

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