Airborne Allergies:

Immunoglobulin E (IgE) are antibodies produced by the immune system.

If you have an allergy, your immune system overreacts to an allergen by producing antibodies called Immunoglobulin E (IgE). These antibodies travel to cells that release chemicals, causing an allergic reaction. This reaction usually causes symptoms in the nose, lungs, throat, or on the skin.

Each type of IgE has specific “radar” for each type of allergen. That’s why some people are only allergic to cat dander (they only have the IgE antibodies specific to cat dander); while others have allergic reactions to multiple allergens because they have many more types of IgE antibodies.

The most important allergens include airborne allergens such as grass, tree or weed pollen, as well as moulds (or rather their spores), which are mainly released in summer and autumn.

A number of different allergens are responsible for allergic reactions.

The most common include:
  • Pollen
  • Dust
  • Food
  • Insect stings
  • Animal dander
  • Mold
  • Medications
  • Latex


Asthma is a disease that affects your lungs. It causes repeated episodes of wheezing, breathlessness, chest tightness, and nighttime or early morning coughing. Asthma can be controlled by taking medicine and avoiding the triggers that can cause an attack. You must also remove the triggers in your environment that can make your asthma worse.

Asthma stats:

In 2008, an estimated 603,748 adults in Georgia had asthma. Adult lifetime asthma prevalence was 12.7% and adult current asthma prevalence was 8.5% compared with U.S. rates of 13.3% and 8.5%, respectively

In 2008, an estimated 297,453 children in Georgia had asthma. Child lifetime asthma prevalence was 16.1% and child current asthma prevalence was 12.1% compared with the 38 participating states’ rates of 13.3% and 9.0%, respectively

About 1 in 12 people have asthma, and the numbers are increasing every year

About 1 in 2 people with asthma had an asthma attack in 2008, but many asthma attacks could have been prevented.

46.3% of people who are obese has asthma

More than half (53%) of people with asthma had an asthma attack in 2008. More children (57%) than adults (51%) had an attack.

185 children and 3,262 adults died from asthma in 2007.

About 1 in 10 children (10%) had asthma and 1 in 12 adults (8%) had asthma in 2009. Women were more likely than men and boys more likely than girls to have asthma.

About 1 in 9 (11%) non-Hispanic blacks of all ages and about 1 in 6 (17%) of non-Hispanic black children had asthma in 2009, the highest rate among racial/ethnic groups.



In Georgia, 19.5% of the adult population (aged 18+ years)—over 1,393,000 individuals—are current cigarette smokers.

Georgia ranks 19th in the nation for teens 12-17 years of age that currently smoke

Among youth aged 12–17 years, 10.0% smoke in Georgia.

Georgia’s smoking-attributable mortality rate ranks 40th among the states.

Among adults aged 35+ years, over 10,500 died as a result of tobacco use per year, on average.

Environmental & Mold Testing (Scratch Test)


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Over-the-counter and prescription medications only mask your symptoms. Oftentimes, they have uncomfortable side effects that may lead to other health problems. Your doctor now has the ability, through Immunotherapy to create a natural medication to treat the allergies, not just cover them up. This works by desensitizing you to many of the airborne irritants that cause allergy issues. Through this form of therapy, you’ll no longer experience the symptoms that once plagued you.

Skin testing is the ‘gold standard’ for diagnosing your allergies. By using a PAINLESS prick technique, your doctor will be able to identify exactly what you are sensitive to within 15 minutes.

We custom prepare every single dosage of natural medication specifically for you. Our medications are made from natural substances and may permanently end your symptoms. Immunotherapy is the key to treating your allergies the natural way, without drugs.


True Allergies (IgE)

  • Specific immunity
  • Genetic/Exposure related
  • Immediate symptom onset
  • Usually IgE mediated-Mast cells/basophiles
  • Skin test/RAST
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