Aller Support (formerly known as ALLER-X) is a targeted blend of flavonoids, antioxidants, proteolytic enzymes and botanicals designed to provide comprehensive reinforcement for seasonal challenges caused by common environmental allergens.
• Supports Sinus and Respiratory Health
• Promotes Normal Viscosity of Mucus
• Clears Nasal Passages"
Maintenance: 1 or more capsules per day or as recommended by your health care professional
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