Spring Allergies 2019

No matter where you live or the climate, if you suffer from seasonal allergies, chances are your symptoms this year have been more severe.  Colder than average springtime temperatures have delayed the onset of pollen blooms.  This delay combined with substantial rainfall has resulted in a sudden onslaught of pollen, with trees, plants and grasses all blooming around the same time.


Heavy rainfall has also added mold spores to the mix of allergens this spring.  In many regions, mold levels are as high as tree and grass pollen.  For those who endure seasonal pollen and year-round mold allergies, symptoms have been particularly challenging, and in many areas, the late onset means we are just getting started

“Triple Allergy Defense really works. It doesn’t make you drowsy!” 
— Mary, New Mexico   425/19



Keep Up Your Guard


One of the longest flu seasons marches on with widespread influenza still reported in 5 states; Connecticut, Georgia, Maine, Massachusetts and New York.  In all other states, flu activity is declining but still prevalent.  Symptoms are high fever, headache, body aches and fatigue.  Some cases include nasal congestion and discharge, as well as wet cough.

So do not let your guard down just yet.  Given the length of the season we recommend continuing your weekly flu regimen at least through June, particularly if you live in or are traveling to one of these 5 states.

Our young children got the flu on vacation.  Triple Flu Defense really helped with the duration.  Amazingly, I did not have one symptom!” 

—Bo, New York  4/25/19