AOR, AllerQue, 90 vcaps
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AllerQue (formerly Aller Control) - 60 caps, aor vitamins supplements
AOR, AllerQue, 90 vcaps is manufactured by AOR Supplements
- Combination of 3 natural extracts to relieve the misery of headaches & migraines
- Reduces the symptoms of allergies and asthma
- Prevents histamine release
- Clinically studied ingredients and extracts
contains rosemary traditionally used in
Herbal Medicine to help ease headaches, as well as antioxidants for the
maintenance of good health.
|Serving Size: 1 Capsule
|Butterbur Extract (85:1)
|| 50 mg
|| 200 mg
|Rosemary Extract (5-10:1)
|| 167 mg
| Non-medicinal ingredients: microcrystalline cellulose, gum Arabic. Capsule: hypromellose.
that no ingredients not listed on the label have been added to the
product. Contains no wheat, gluten, corn, peanuts, sesame seeds,
sulphites, mustard, soy, dairy, eggs, fish, shellfish or any animal
Adult Dosage: Take 1 capsule daily with food or as directed by a qualified health care practitioner.
Consult a health care practitioner for use beyond 1 month or if
symptoms persist or worsen. Some people may experience gastrointestinal
discomfort (such as eructation).
Pregnancy/Nursing: Do not use
Quercetin-Dimorphandra mollis or Styphnolobium japonicum (citrus free)
Butterbur - Petasites hybridus, free of pyrrolizidine alkaloids
Natural Relief from the Misery of Headaches & Allergies
contains several natural compounds that work together to relieve the
miserable symptoms of headaches as well as asthma and allergies that
stem from inappropriate inflammation and immune responses. They reduce
levels or responses of IgE, the antibody that recognizes an allergen and
initiates an allergic response. They also prevent the release of
histamine and other allergic mediators, block the production of
pro-inflammatory signaling molecules, and decrease the production and
activation of immune cells that contribute to allergic and inflammatory
pathways. For those who are sick of dealing with headaches, a stuffy
nose, difficulty breathing or even worse symptoms, the compounds of
AllerQue are brought together to provide natural relief for the symptoms
of such miserable afflictions.
59% of adult Canadians suffer from headaches. At least 8% of people of
the age of 12 are diagnosed with migraines although up to 17% will
experience them at some point in their lifetime.
- In the late 90s, it was estimated that 12% of children and 8% of adults in Canada have asthma.
- A whopping 20-25% of Canadians are thought to suffer from seasonal allergic rhinitis.
- 1 in 13 Canadians have a confirmed food allergy.
asthma, rhinitis and some types of headaches have a common denominator:
inappropriate inflammation and immune responses. In a normal immune
system, antibodies patrol the body like tiny police officers in search
of proteins that are foreign to the body and signal the presence of a
problematic invader. When antibodies find such an invader, they alert
the immune cell authorities to trigger an immune response. Inappropriate
inflammation stems from an oversensitive immune response to an
otherwise benign trigger.
The rosemary herb (Rosmarinus officinalis)
has been traditionally used for a variety of ailments in folk medicine
including headache relief. It is believed to have anti-inflammatory
effects, inhibiting NF-kB and the cascade of inflammatory molecules that
Butterbur (Petasites hybridus)
is a small shrub found in Europe and other parts of the world. It has
been used for centuries in Europe to treat ailments such as fever, cough
and asthma. Today it is used for headaches, asthma, allergic asthma,
urinary tract spasms and seasonal allergic rhinitis. The mechanisms of
action making it useful for such seemingly different problems are linked
to its antispasmodic effects and its effects on histamine release. Its
antispasmodic activity on smooth muscle cells means that it reduces
their ability to contract and constrict. Butterbur has also been noted
to reduce histamine release from mast cells, which is partly responsible
for allergic reactions as well as migraines and other types of pain.
is a flavonoid or pigment found in many foods such as onions and fruit.
Quercetin acts as an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antihistamine,
making it potentially useful in seasonal allergies, rhinitis, asthma,
food allergies and cardiovascular health. Although quercetin is an
anti-inflammatory and inhibits histamine release, it has not been
studied in relieving headaches.
Human studies have focused mostly
on cardiovascular health, showing quercetin to support healthy blood
vessels and blood pressure. Studies indicate that high intakes of
quercetin are linked to lower mortality rates and heart attack.
Headaches & Migraines
Migraines are characterized by inappropriate inflammation. Butterbur
has been shown in several clinical trials to reduce the frequency of
headache and migraine attacks in adults at a dose of 150 mg per day when
taken for 3-4 months. In a double-blind placebo-controlled study,
butterbur supplementation led to up to a 60% decrease in migraine
frequency compared to the placebo group, and the migraine symptoms
decreased in duration and intensity.
In an open study in children
aged 6-17 years with severe migraines, 50-150mg/day of butterbur was
given over 4 months, and three quarters of the patients experienced at
least half as many migraines.
Allergies & Allergic Rhinitis
contains a compound called rosmarinic acid which has been shown to be
highly beneficial for the relief of allergy symptoms. A randomized,
double-blind, age-matched placebo-controlled parallel group study
observed the effects of rosmarinic acid on 30 patients with seasonal
allergic rhinoconjunctivitis (SAR). At the end of the trial period,
there was a significant relief of itchy nose, watery eyes, itchy eyes
and total symptoms. 55.6-70% of patients given rosmarinic acid reported
global symptom relief, compared to only 30% of the placebo group.
In vitro and animal studies have found that quercetin is a powerful
anti-inflammatory, inhibits histamine release from mast cells and
reduces eosinophil production, which has implications for those with
allergic asthma and other allergies.
Not only has quercetin been
studied as a potential treatment for seasonal allergies and asthma,
there is also potential for it to help reduce the severity of
anaphylactic allergic reactions to foods such as peanuts. In fact, rats
that were sensitized to peanuts and then given quercetin for 4 weeks had
no anaphylactic reaction whatsoever to peanuts compared to the control
group. The authors suggested that quercetin suppresses Immunoglobulin E
(IgE), which reduces histamine production.
Studies have found that Petasites had a comparable effect to the
antihistamines Cetirizine and fexofenadine for seasonal allergic
rhinitis and house dust mite allergies, likely due to its effectiveness
at reducing nasal responsiveness. It did not have the sedative effect
associated with the drug Cetirizine. In another randomized,
placebo-controlled, double blind study, patients with seasonal allergic
rhinitis who were sensitized to grass and pollen had reduced nasal
symptoms after taking 50mg of butterbur for 2 weeks.
Allergic & Non-Allergic Asthma
has been shown in in vitro and animal studies to relax the airway
muscles and reduce airway hyperreactivity in allergic and non-allergic
Quercetin has been shown in vitro and in mice to inhibit
the replication of rhinovirus, the virus responsible for the majority of
colds, as well as reduce inflammation in the airway that an infection
with rhinovirus can cause. This is also good news for those with asthma
and COPD since the rhinovirus can exacerbate their pre-existing
Butterbur has been shown to the frequency,
severity and duration of asthma attacks in children and adults after 2
months of treatment, and some patients were even able to reduce their
medication usage. A study of patients with asthma or bronchitis found
that butterbur improved lung ventilation and bronchial reactivity.
a constituent in butterbur, has been shown to have antispasmodic
effects on smooth muscle such as in the trachea in animals. It is
thought to inhibit muscarinic receptors, inhibit histamine release, and
reduce Ca2+-induced contractions in the trachea. All of this may make it
helpful for those with asthma and COPD.
headaches and migraines are mostly treated with ibuprofen and other
over-the-counter anti-inflammatories because there aren’t many natural
options available that really work.
Many allergy products on the
market are aimed at providing symptom relief but do not address the
underlying inflammation associated with allergies. These medications may
also become ineffective and intolerable over time.
provides a combination of three natural and powerful herbs clinically
shown to decrease the hyperreactive inflammatory and immune responses
that are responsible for the misery of headaches, allergies and allergic
asthma. Let AllerQue help you tame haywire immune responses with all
natural ingredients. Studies show that headache and migraine relief
requires several months of supplementing before noticing effects, while
seasonal allergy symptoms require only several weeks of use for
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