BodMD has a
needle-less allergy cure

BodMD’s allergy drops are prescribed so you don’t have to go to the doctor’s office for shots. These drops are taken under the tongue and recognized as a safe and effective alternative to allergy shots. Our doctors create a customized treatment to address your unique allergies. All done via telemedicine and ship directly to your doorstep.

Targeted Allergens:

Pollen

Cat

Dog

Dust & Mold

Cedar

Personalized, Convenient Drops

BodMD customizes your prescription formula and is specifically tailored to your allergies. This allergy medication has FDA-ap-proved ingredients that cannot be found over the counter. This is safe to use in addition to your current allergy medication until you no longer need it. Allergy drops are used daily under the tongue to help address the root cause of your allergic symptoms and develop a lasting immunity.

Root Cause to Allergies …

you can fix them The symptoms you suffer are reactions to allergens. This prescription drops will introduce and expose you to small doses of what your body is allergic to, while you progressively build up a tolerance. When you build up a tolerance to allergens, you fix the root cause of your allergic reactions and reduce symptoms.

Done by Telemedicine

It is an easy process. We take a detailed medical history and recommend diagnostic tests performed at home or through a partnered laboratory. Your provider will review your test results and medical history through a telemedicine visit.

Personalized, Convenient Drops

BodMD customizes your prescription formula and is specifically tailored to your allergies. This allergy medication has FDA-ap-proved ingredients that cannot be found over the counter. This is safe to use in addition to your current allergy medication until you no longer need it. Allergy drops are used daily under the tongue to help address the root cause of your allergic symptoms and develop a lasting immunity.

FAQ

For our telemedicine patients, adults who experience seasonal and year-round allergies are great candidates. We also find that patients with chronic sinus infections due to seasonal allergies make good candidates for this type of therapy. If you have a history of not tolerating allergy shots, allergy drops could be a convenient solution.

Yes, allergy drops are very safe. Patients take the drops in the convenience of your home instead of going to a doctor’s office on a weekly basis. Think of the time you save yourself! The World Health Organization (WHO) endorsed the use of sublingual immunotherapy as an alternative to allergy in-office injections.

It is possible to experience some side effects. However, the side effects are local and mild, and early in the treatment. Possible side effects could include itching in the mouth or stomach aches, which can be managed by your BodMD doctor changing the dosing. Very rarely have severe allergic reactions been reported using sublingual immunotherapy.

Each therapy treatment is customized to you based on your allergies. The drops contain small amounts of allergens that cause your itchy, watery eyes, sneezing, and so on. What allergens are included? Pollen, dust mites, grass, grass weed, cat and dog dander. Non-active ingredients in the allergy drops are: glycerin, phenol, sodium bicarbonate, sodium chloride, and water.

Treatment length varies based on allergy severity. Most patients experience an improvement in their allergy symptoms within 4-6 months, when taking medication daily. For lasting immunity and permanent relief, BodMD recommends a full treatment period of 3 to 5 years to help you stay symptom-free.

Sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT) is the medical term for allergy drops and is recognized by the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology as a safe and effective alternative to allergy shots. This clinical method has been used in clinical practice and tested in research studies for the last 20 years.

Allergy drops work like allergy shots. The allergy drops train your body to tolerate what causes your allergic reactions. The difference is that the same allergen extracts are placed under your tongue in a liquid drop instead of an injection.

Yes! Sublingual immunotherapy is recognized by the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology as a safe and effective alternative to allergy shots. This method has been used in clinical practice and tested in research studies for the last 20 years. For more information, read like link to the medical journal: Sublingual Immunotherapy for the Treatment of Allergic Rhinoconjunctivitis and Asthma: A Systematic Review, The Journal of the American Medical Association (March 2013)

The first step in creating your custom allergy drops is having an accurate diagnosis. When you create provide your medical history, we will gather information before connecting you with your provider. If you have priory allergy tests, we can take those to complete your profile. Otherwise, a new blood test will be needed to create a personalized treatment plan for you.

Yes, allergy drops are safe to use in addition to your current allergy medications, such as Allegra, nasal drops, Claritin, until you no longer need the medication. Remember, medications like Claritin and Allegra are medications to treat the allergy symptoms. Allergy drops are to train your body to tolerate the root causes. For more specific questions, please email or call BodMD to answer your questions.

Currently no. The use of allergy drops in the United States is still relatively new to third-party insurance companies and a specific billing/reimbursement code has not yet been established. Currently, we are not able to bill your insurance carrier for this service and drops are offered to our patients on a cash basis only. We can, however, process your drops through your health savings account or flex account.

While the safety and efficacy of allergy drops for immunotherapy has already been proven in Europe, the drops are considered an “off-label” use by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the United States. This means that while the same drop ingredients (allergen extracts) are approved for traditional allergy shots they haven’t been reviewed specifically for use under the tongue.

Please refer to our Nationwide providership page. If we do not offer services in your state, please email patientcare@bodmd.com and we will let you know when we open your state for services.