​​​​​ An ALLERGEN is simply defined as "A substance that causes an allergic reaction." But an ALLERGY is far more complicated:


The word "allergy" comes from the Greek allos, meaning "other." Allergies are a physiological error (to the "other"). The body reacts negatively to completely harmless substances, foods or stimuli. This can occur through contact with the skin, inhalation, injection or ingestion of a substance.

The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology describes the signs of a food allergy as:

... A rash or red, itchy skin

... Stuffy or itchy nose, sneezing or itchy and teary eyes

... Vomiting, stomach cramps or diarrhea

... Rapid swelling of the airways

... Swelling on the skin surface (hives)

... Hoarseness, throat tightness or a lump in the throat

... Wheezing, chest tightness or trouble breathing​

Traditional Western medical treatments include avoidance of the allergen; medications to mask or reduce symptoms 

often providing additional symptoms; or injections to desensitize the patient to the allergen. Absolute Allergy Relief 

does not rely on the use of medications, needles, herbal remedies, avoidance or supplements. The treatment is safe,

painless and available to all ages, including infants. It even works on domestic pets suffering from allergy symptoms.

​Partial List of Allergens & Sensitivities:

Airborne Irritants, Alcohol, Animal Dander, Animals, Barometric Pressure, Beer, Carpeting, Cats, Chemicals, Chocolate,

Cigarette Smoke, Coffee, Detergents, Dogs, Dust, Dust Mites, Eggs, Environmental, Fabrics, Food, Fungus, Grass,

Herbal Remedies, Household Cleaners, Insect Bites/Sting, Latex, Medications, Metals, Mold, Motion sickness, Paints,

Nutritional Supplements, Perfumes, Pets. Plastics, Pollen, Pollution, Seasonal Allergies, Softeners, Sunlight, Trees,

Upholstery, Vehicle Fumes, Vog, Weeds, Wind, Wine, Wood and Wool.

“There are only two mistakes one can make along the road to truth; 
​not going all the way, and not starting.”

Absolute Allergy Relief does not treat the symptoms. 

We get to the core of the problem. We treat the person, not the condition.