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Allergies: What Is Really Going On In Our Body

Allergies are an immune balance disorder.

In allergic patients, Th2 immune cells (T2 helper Lymphocytes) are overexpressed, and are more active compared to the other family of immune cells, Th1 (T1 helper Lymphocytes).  This immune alteration causes allergic symptoms.

Th1 - Th2 imbalance implies a reduced expression of E Immunoglobulins, the cause of allergic symptoms: sneezing, stuffy or runny nose, rhinorrhea, hyper lachrymation, cough, struggling to breathe, rash and itch.

GUNA-ALLERGY PREV and GUNA-ALLERGY T help correct immune system alterations, at the base of allergies. 

GUNA-ALLERGY PREV contains homeopathic ingredients that restore balance and reduce and control allergic symptoms (respiratory and dermatologic).

Take 20 drops twice a day before meals for at least two months.  For greatest impact, begin a few weeks before allergy season. 

GUNA-ALLERGY T contains homeopathic ingredients that are specific against allergic respiratory symptoms (allergic rhinitis, allergic rhino conjunctivitis, allergic asthma).  

Take 20 drops twice a day before meals when symptoms appear.  As a shock therapy, take 10 drops every 30 minutes for 2 hours.

Located in Whitehall, Pennsylvania, Guna, Inc. is a licensed U.S. distributor focused on medical information addressed to practitioners and pharmacists.  Guna, Inc., is the sister company of Guna S.p.a. 

Guna S.p.a. is a leading Italian GMP manufacturer and distributor of top-quality health products in the Integrative & Alternative Medicine field, with strong focus on research.

Guna, Inc.

3724 Crescent Court West 

Whitehall, PA 18052

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Email - [email protected]

Phone – 484-223-3500

*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. They are based upon homeopathic principles.

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