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These conditions may worsen aireborn allergies: Food allergies. Especially wheat/gluten. Avoid those types of foods. Irritable bowl syndrome. Work with your doctor. Leaky gut AllerSips® View Product Improves nasal microbiota I have partial relief AllerPops® Gum for temporary relief View Product Sign up for updates We will keep you posted as new products and studies arise Sign up for Updates Use AllerSips® before AllerPops® Please make sure no excessive oral hygiene and no antibiotics View Product View Product

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The common reasons causing AllerPops to fail include:

  • Excessive oral hygiene
    • Mouthwash
    • Tongue scraping
    • Antibacterial chemical application on teeth and gum, such as tea leaf oil, hydrogen peroxide,
    • Brushing more than twice a day
    • Flossing more than once a day
    • Using toothpaste with antibiotics: use AllerPaste instead.
    • Interfering with residue antibacterial chemicals in toothpaste: use AllerPaste instead.
  • Failed to follow the procedure
    • Using the pops not at the optimal time
    • Not keeping in the mouth long enough, at least 45 minutes
  • Others
    • Interference from gut probiotic deficiency: Try to eat more fiber-containing food.
    • Interference from skin probiotic deficiency: Use AllerKream regularly.
    • Atypical microbiome structure not responding to AllerPops
    • Genetics

It is typical if you do not feel any changes after the first couple of pops. However, if you do not feel any changes after six pops, you may check if your oral cleaning is too much.

The most common reason for AllerPops not working is oral hygiene. The excessive oral routine may prevent AllerPops from working entirely. Most oral hygiene products contain chemicals that suppress good bacteria necessary for your health.

We have developed organic toothpaste and are developing mouthwash tablets with supplements supporting those good bacteria. These products should help to enhance and sustain the relief from AllerPops.

An oral hygiene routine of no more than a suggestion from dentists, brushing once or twice a day, and flossing once a day should also help.

Those sugars are active ingredients, necessary prebiotics (food for good bacteria) to promote the probiotics (good bacteria) that will lead to a healthier oral environment. The amount of sugar is small and does not change blood sugar under normal use.

Yes, recent study linked food (peanut) allergies to the same cause as allergic rhinitis, oral probiotic deficiency, the lack of short chain fatty acid producing bacteria in the mouth*.

If your food allergies cause symptoms such as red lips and an itchy throat, AllerPops can help those symptoms well. Those symptoms may disappear completely. If the food allergy symptoms cause discomfort in the gut or whole-body reactions, AllerPops can help reduce the severity of the symptoms.

Theoretically, it should stop the generation of new food sensitivities., but it has not been tested.

In addition, you may need to take care of gut microbiota with other dietary supplements for your food allergies. AllerKream may reduce skin reactions due to food allergies.

*Ho, H.E., et al.,Multidimensional study of the oral microbiome, metabolite, and immunologic environment in peanut allergy. J Allergy Clin Immunol, 2021.148(2).

Yes, but once you start to experience positive results from using AllerPops, the medicine will no longer be needed.

Use AllerPaste prebiotic toothpaste that is gentle to oral probiotics.

Avoid using toothpaste with chemicals suppressing oral probiotics, oral antibiotics, tongue scrubbing, and gargling with alcohol mouthwash, oil, or hydrogen peroxide.

If you maintain a moderate oral hygiene program with regular brushing and flossing, the benefits can last an entire season for most people. The results may last longer with AllerPaste prebiotic toothpaste.

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ORGANIC CANE SUGAR, HONEY, HIGH MALTOSE NON-GMO CORN SYRUP, TREHALOSE, LACTOSE, ARGININE, CALCIUM LACTATE GLUCONATE, COCOA POWDER, HYDROGENATED COCONUT OIL, CARRAGEENAN, MANNOSE, INULIN, SALT, CINNAMON, VANILLA EXTRACT

Oral hygiene

Should or should not do to help oral probiotics.

The common reasons causing AllerPops to fail include:

  • Excessive oral hygiene
    • Mouthwash
    • Tongue scraping
    • Antibacterial chemical application on teeth and gum, such as tea leaf oil, hydrogen peroxide,
    • Brushing more than twice a day
    • Flossing more than once a day
    • Using toothpaste with antibiotics: use AllerPaste instead.
    • Interfering with residue antibacterial chemicals in toothpaste: use AllerPaste instead.
  • Failed to follow the procedure
    • Using the pops not at the optimal time
    • Not keeping in the mouth long enough, at least 45 minutes
  • Others
    • Interference from gut probiotic deficiency: Try to eat more fiber-containing food.
    • Interference from skin probiotic deficiency: Use AllerKream regularly.
    • Atypical microbiome structure not responding to AllerPops
    • Genetics

It is typical if you do not feel any changes after the first couple of pops. However, if you do not feel any changes after six pops, you may check if your oral cleaning is too much.

The most common reason for AllerPops not working is oral hygiene. The excessive oral routine may prevent AllerPops from working entirely. Most oral hygiene products contain chemicals that suppress good bacteria necessary for your health.

We have developed organic toothpaste and are developing mouthwash tablets with supplements supporting those good bacteria. These products should help to enhance and sustain the relief from AllerPops.

An oral hygiene routine of no more than a suggestion from dentists, brushing once or twice a day, and flossing once a day should also help.

Brush teeth and floss with enough frequency to keep your gum and teeth healthy. An oral hygiene routine of brushing once or twice daily and flossing once daily should be enough. More intensive oral hygiene may be harmful in most cases.

Most oral hygiene products contain chemicals that suppress the good bacteria necessary for your health. We have AllerPaste organic toothpaste with prebiotic supplements supporting good oral bacteria.

No, peroxide is a strong antibacterial chemical that may suppress the beneficial oral bacteria promoted by AllerPops. We suggest not using it regularly.

 

We suggest you pause oils and mouthwash while using AllerPops and avoid it altogether if possible. A resulting peaceful immune system may reduce gum inflammation.

Please consult your dentist for lasting gum issues.

No, regular flossing is necessary for gum health. No more than once a day.

Yes, stop cleaning your tongue.

Yes, stop rinsing with saline solution. Although you may feel better after using saline solution, the process disturbs the natural environment of the nasal passageway. Specifically, it could wash out the probiotics (good bacteria) needed to create a balanced environment.

If you maintain a moderate oral hygiene program with regular brushing and flossing, the benefits can last an entire season for most people. The results may last longer with AllerPaste prebiotic toothpaste.

Diet

Eat well for oral probiotics.

No, we suggest you do not consume probiotic foods while using AllerPops.

User experience

For best results.

It is typical if you do not feel any changes after the first couple of pops. However, if you do not feel any changes after six pops, you may check if your oral cleaning is too much.

The most common reason for AllerPops not working is oral hygiene. The excessive oral routine may prevent AllerPops from working entirely. Most oral hygiene products contain chemicals that suppress good bacteria necessary for your health.

We have developed organic toothpaste and are developing mouthwash tablets with supplements supporting those good bacteria. These products should help to enhance and sustain the relief from AllerPops.

An oral hygiene routine of no more than a suggestion from dentists, brushing once or twice a day, and flossing once a day should also help.

You may try one of the three suggestions or any combination of them:

First, try to use our prebiotic toothpaste with AllerPops, as regular toothpaste tends to contain chemicals that suppress the good bacteria that AllerPops promotes.

Second, support skin probiotics using AllerKream and gut probiotics with fiber-rich food.

Third, you may reduce your oral hygiene routine to bolster your oral probiotics (good bacteria).

 

No, peroxide is a strong antibacterial chemical that may suppress the beneficial oral bacteria promoted by AllerPops. We suggest not using it regularly.

 

We suggest you pause oils and mouthwash while using AllerPops and avoid it altogether if possible. A resulting peaceful immune system may reduce gum inflammation.

Please consult your dentist for lasting gum issues.

Yes, recent study linked food (peanut) allergies to the same cause as allergic rhinitis, oral probiotic deficiency, the lack of short chain fatty acid producing bacteria in the mouth*.

If your food allergies cause symptoms such as red lips and an itchy throat, AllerPops can help those symptoms well. Those symptoms may disappear completely. If the food allergy symptoms cause discomfort in the gut or whole-body reactions, AllerPops can help reduce the severity of the symptoms.

Theoretically, it should stop the generation of new food sensitivities., but it has not been tested.

In addition, you may need to take care of gut microbiota with other dietary supplements for your food allergies. AllerKream may reduce skin reactions due to food allergies.

*Ho, H.E., et al.,Multidimensional study of the oral microbiome, metabolite, and immunologic environment in peanut allergy. J Allergy Clin Immunol, 2021.148(2).

Yes, stop rinsing with saline solution. Although you may feel better after using saline solution, the process disturbs the natural environment of the nasal passageway. Specifically, it could wash out the probiotics (good bacteria) needed to create a balanced environment.

Yes, but once you start to experience positive results from using AllerPops, the medicine will no longer be needed.

Use AllerPaste prebiotic toothpaste that is gentle to oral probiotics.

Avoid using toothpaste with chemicals suppressing oral probiotics, oral antibiotics, tongue scrubbing, and gargling with alcohol mouthwash, oil, or hydrogen peroxide.

If you maintain a moderate oral hygiene program with regular brushing and flossing, the benefits can last an entire season for most people. The results may last longer with AllerPaste prebiotic toothpaste.

Troubleshoot

Solution for unexpected.

The AllerPaste Prebiotic toothpaste may become hard to squeeze, especially at low temperatures. Put the tube in hot tap water for 10 minutes to make the paste soft and easy to squeeze.

The common reasons causing AllerPops to fail include:

  • Excessive oral hygiene
    • Mouthwash
    • Tongue scraping
    • Antibacterial chemical application on teeth and gum, such as tea leaf oil, hydrogen peroxide,
    • Brushing more than twice a day
    • Flossing more than once a day
    • Using toothpaste with antibiotics: use AllerPaste instead.
    • Interfering with residue antibacterial chemicals in toothpaste: use AllerPaste instead.
  • Failed to follow the procedure
    • Using the pops not at the optimal time
    • Not keeping in the mouth long enough, at least 45 minutes
  • Others
    • Interference from gut probiotic deficiency: Try to eat more fiber-containing food.
    • Interference from skin probiotic deficiency: Use AllerKream regularly.
    • Atypical microbiome structure not responding to AllerPops
    • Genetics

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