Allergy Relief

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Health Hack #9 – Allergy Relief from Immune System Strengthening


Was there a time when spring didn’t mean sneezing and coughing and runny eyes?  Then your allergies may not be genetic!!  It may be due to a weakened immune system.


Remember when you could do bad things like drink alcohol and eat burgers and fries and not feel like crap the next day??  That’s because of two things that happen to you as you age:


  1. Those Margaritas, Doritos and McRibs build up toxins in your body (sorry McDonalds and Fritolay).
  2. Your immune system got weaker over the years which lets inflammatory chemicals form in your blood.

Now you have a few drinks or cheese or chocolate and the next day you don’t want to get out of bed.  Or maybe you stay indoors all spring because of pollen.


Infusion to the rescue.


IV Infusion Therapy with Myer’s Cocktail and Glutathione.


Infusion Therapy puts powerful nutrients and detoxifying antioxidants DIRECTLY into your blood without dilution caused by your digestive system.


Advanta Total Health’s Infusion Therapy takes the toxins out of your body, restores your digestive absorption and hydrates you more completely.

Here is what’s in it:

Magnesium, Calcium, Selenium, Vitamin B5, B12 B-Complex, Vitamin C and Glutathione.  This powerful combination of antioxidants picks up the free-radicals caused by bad food and toxic chemicals and washes them away.  Then, if you decide to consult our nutritional experts, they can recommend supplements to keep you feeling younger and healthier. Magnesium sulfate, 50% 500 3 4.06 12.18 2. Calcium gluconate, 10% 100 1 0.68 0.68 3. Selenium 200 mcg 1 0.0014 0.0014 4. Pyridoxine 100 1 1.46 1.46 5. Dexpanthenol 250 1 1.22 1.22 6. Hydroxycobalamin 1 1 0.31 0.31 7. B-Complex 100 I 2.04 2.04 8. Ascorbic acid 500 mg 2 5.94 11.88 9. Sterile water



*None of the information contained in this article should be construed as constituting medical advice.  Dr. Richard P. Schuyler and Advanta Total Health, LLC assume no responsibility for harm caused to anyone reading this article as a result from avoiding or delaying orthodox medical treatment for any disease. Please consult your physician or other health care provider.

Now that we made my attorney happy and got that out of the way, you can return to the article.





Dr. Richard Schuyler

Chief Executive Officer 

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8 Home Remedies for Allergy Relief

8 Home Remedies for Allergy Relief It’s difficult to suffer from allergies but it is even more frustrating when you also feel drowsy and dizzy because of your anti-allergy medication. Wouldn’t it be great if you could turn to something natural, free from side effects, to treat the symptoms of you allergies? We looked at eight possibilities – natural remedies to soothe irritating allergy symptoms.

  1. Take quercetin for allergy symptoms

Quercetin is a flavonoid and its antioxidant powers make it useful for stabilizing cells and limiting inflammation. Take quercetin supplements to block the release of histamines.

  1. Use butterbur for allergies

Butterbur is a popular herbal remedy for allergies, particularly hay fever. Butterbur has been tested in various studies and shown to be as effective as standard antihistamine medication.

  1. Use a neti pot

Use a neti pot to pour saline solution into your nostril – the solution flows through and out of the other nostril in order to cleanse the nasal passages of irritations and reduce the symptoms of allergies. Try it – it just might work.

  1. Drink apple cider vinegar

Mix organic apple cider vinegar and water, sip the mixture three times a day, and see if there is a reduction in the amount of mucus you produce and a lessening of the congestion.

  1. Take probiotics

Some people believe that allergies are linked to the amount of good bacteria in the gut – supplementing with probiotics can tip the balance in your favor.

  1. Try nettle leaf for allergies

Take a supplement containing extract of stinging nettle leaf. Nettle is a natural antihistamine and can reduce allergy symptoms.

  1. Eat honey for relief

Locally produced honey can help your body adjust naturally to the allergens in your local environment, making it more likely the body will not mount an offence against them. That’s the theory, and many people swear by natural honey for allergy relief.

  1. Try changing your diet

Sometimes allergies are the result of your diet, and certain negative interactions with foodstuffs or nutrients – changing your diet can help to reduce allergy symptoms in certain cases.

While these remedies are natural and free from the side effects associated with anti-allergy medication, remember that they may interact with other medications to produce unwanted effects. If you suffer from another health condition, consult your doctor before taking any natural allergy remedies.

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