By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC

allergy test at home Time is short for many people so we try to make life easier for you by offering tests you can do on your own. We talk to many people each day that work long hours or are busy with the kids schedules and they want to get answers to health challenges on their own time. Many people are bothered by allergy symptoms and they simply want answers, not shots of medication to feel better.

What is an allergy? It is a substance that enters the body that triggers a reaction. The substance is not necessarily a dangerous substance, but the immune system thinks it is, so it reacts. Some people may have a runny nose, itchy ears, a scratchy throat, a cough that will not go away, trouble breathing, or skin rashes and eruptions caused by these substances and the immune response. The substances that cause immune upset vary from person to person. They are mold, pollen, dander, food, preservatives, dust, chemicals etc. The more your immune system reacts, the worse the symptoms usually are.

Our allergy test at home is easy to do. Just place your order through our secure store (or call us between 9-4 EST). We are here to help you. Once you place your order, we mail you a test kit and a location to get your blood draw done. (blood draw fees are extra, usually around $25 . Once the results are in (takes around 3 weeks) we mail you your test results with a full color explanation.
Our clinic understands time and health. We offer a wide variety of testing online plus we offer free emails for any questions you may have. Our staff is here to help you. We also offer 1 hour phone consultations for people not in our area of the country.

Yes, you can easily do an allergy test at home! Get answers about your health!

We care about you and are here to help you.

Phone Orders: 678-372-2913/Toll Free:866-307-2495



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Medical disclaimer: Testing cannot be used to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. All test results are to be used as educational materials and as a guide to help support your overall health and wellness. Always discuss health concerns with your medical doctor.