Allergy Drops

Stop the allergy cycle. Safe, affordable and effective allergy drops help you treat the cause.

Why keep treating allergy symptoms that keep coming back when you can treat the cause? Personalized allergy drop immunotherapy helps you train your body to stop reacting to allergens that cause your symptoms. The result? You could reduce or eliminate allergy symptoms.

How do allergy drops work?

Allergy drops, or sublingual immunotherapy, are a convenient, pain-free alternative to allergy shots, that you take at home. Like allergy shots, allergy drops contain small amounts of the FDA-approved antigens that cause your symptoms. The difference? You place drops under your tongue in a liquid form. Specialized cells under the tongue serve as messengers that deliver antigens to tolerance-enabling cells. 

As treatment doses get stronger, tolerance builds. Many patients start feeling better within a few months, but long-lasting tolerance typically takes 3-5 years. Following the La Crosse Method Protocol™, patients take a precise dose three times daily, every day, until your provider confirms you no longer need treatment.

What are the advantages of allergy drops?

Using allergy drops following the La Crosse Method, patients who aren’t candidates for other treatments, including shots, can be treated safely and effectively. Other advantages include:

-  Treat the cause — not just symptoms. The goal is to teach your body to stop reacting to allergens, so you don’t need allergy-related medication long term.

-  Save time. Allergy drops are easy to take wherever you go — work, school and play.

-  Save money on medication and related medical expenses. Allergy drops are an affordable way to treat the cause, with patients reporting they spend less on allergy-related medications and related expenses during and following treatment.

-  Enjoy life more. Imagine how good you could feel without allergies. With treatment, patients often say they enjoy things that allergies once got in the way of, and they function better at work, school and life in general.

-  Allergy doesn’t always look like allergy. But it’s the trigger behind conditions including asthma, sinusitis, and eczema. Treating the trigger can help relieve them too.

Who are good candidates for allergy drops?

Most people with chronic allergy can benefit from drops. They can be especially helpful for people who can’t tolerate, don’t respond to, or can’t commit to allergy shots. That includes:

-  Infants and children*

-  Those with chronic conditions including asthma, sinusitis and eczema

-  Those with food and mold allergies

-  Those with multiple allergies including dust, pollen, foods, and animals

-  Those who don’t like needles

-  Those who are tired of dealing with allergy

* Research shows that many children with untreated eczema and allergies often develop asthma and other chronic conditions later in life. Treating them early can have life-long benefits and may prevent other allergies and asthma from developing.

Is there research showing that allergy drops are safe and effective?

With more than 100 years of clinical use and global research, studies show that allergy drops are safe and effective. This opens a new world of hope for people who want to live allergy free

The World Health Organization has endorsed sublingual immunotherapy as a viable alternative to allergy shots. The Cochrane Collaboration, the world’s most-trusted international organization dedicated to reviewing healthcare treatments, concluded that allergy drop immunotherapy significantly reduced allergy symptoms and the use of allergy medications.


Reprinted with permission from Allergychoices, Inc. ©ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

Contact Us

Send Us An Email Today!

Our Location

Hours of Operation


8:00 am-12:00 pm

1:00 pm-4:00 pm


8:00 am-12:00 pm

1:00 pm-4:00 pm


8:00 am-12:00 pm


8:00 am-12:00 pm

1:00 pm-4:00 pm


8:00 am-3:00 pm