Aller-Response Seasonal Sinus Immune Support

Aller-Response Seasonal Sinus Immune Support


Seasonal immune support
Herbal and vitamin blend featuring quercetin
Supports healthy sinuses and lungs


from Source Naturals delivers seasonal support for the sinuses, lungs and immune system. Aller-Response features quercetin along with other powerful herbs including ginger, ginkgo biloba, amla, and andrographis, which have been used traditionally for lung, bronchial, and immune health. Vitamins A and C, along with Zinc, provide additional immune support.
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Aller-Response addresses 5 body systems that are critical to achieving seasonal health

Histamine Response
Aller-Response contains plant constituents that modify the release of histamine. Human cell culture studies with quercetin have demonstrated its ability to inhibit the release of histamine from immune cells. Ginkgo inhibits Platelet-Activating Factor, which stimulates histamine secretion from platelets.
Ginkgo, Quercetin

                                                             Immune Support
Establishing appropriate immune response is critical for seasonal health. These essential nutrients provide support for key components of the immune system, suchas mucous membrane integrity, cell-mediated immunity, and antioxidant activity.
Zinc, Vitamins A, B-6, B-12 and C

                                             Clearing, Soothing and Tonifying
The clearing and soothing of mucous membranes in the nasal passages, throat and lungs is an important part of seasonal health. These natural compounds assist in this process.
Bromelain, Licorice, Long Pepper, MSM, Nettle, Synephrine, Vitamins A and B-12

                                             Prostaglandin Metabolism
Prostaglandins, leukotrienes and thromboxanes are short-lived regulatory messenger molecules. They help regulate many body functions, including vasodilation and vaso-constriction,and smooth muscle contraction. Certain prostaglandins have a soothing quality and help the body maintain a state of comfort. Bromelain and quercetin have a beneficial influence on prostaglandin metabolism.
Bromelain, Quercetin, Vitamin B-6

                                            Stress Response: Adrenal Support
The adrenal glands produce hormones,such as cortisol, that enable our bodies to respond to stress. Supporting the adrenal glands is important for the body’s responseto seasonal stress. Licorice, Magnesium, Vitamins B-6 and C, Pantothenic Acid
Suitable for vegetarians. Contains no dairy, egg, gluten or wheat. Contains no sugar, preservatives or artificial color, flavor or fragrance.

Supplement Facts for Tablet
Serving Size: 3 Tablets
Amount %DV
Calories 10
Total Carbohydrate 1 g
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If you’re suffering from anything that causes inflammation or originates as inflammation, you owe it to yourself to at least try a quercetin bromelain supplement. Even if you’re just interested in quercetin, you may want to consider taking quercetin with bromelain because of the way they work together.

                                                 The Bromelain Phenomenon

What is bromelain and how does it work with quercetin to make such an effective natural anti-inflammatory supplement?
Bromelain, like protease and lipase, is a protein-digesting natural enzyme. Bromelain is isolated from pineapple; it is literally made by grinding the stem of a pineapple. Bromelain works with quercetin in two ways: First, as an enzyme, it helps your body absorb a higher percentage of the quercetin you consume.

 Bromelain's SourceBromelain’s Source

 Second, bromelain is proven to have its own anti-inflammatory properties. For example, it is often suggested by physical therapists for people suffering from the swelling that results from muscle tears and joint sprains.

Bromelain first found use as a therapy in Hawaii in 1957. Since then the research of this digestive enzyme has spread throughout the world.

Bromelain Research

An orthopedic surgeon conducted a double-blind placebo-based study where he administered bromelain alone (without quercetin) to a large sampling of patients over two years. Over that period, 64 percent of his patients exhibited a clear and measurable reduction in swelling compared to control patients and in addition these patients experienced a pronounced reduction in discomfort.

Currently scientists believe bromelain functions by curbing proinflammatory metabolites that exacerbate inflammation. Both in vitro and in vivo research indicates that bromelain decreases migration of pain-inducing neutrophils to areas of inflammation.

The areas in which studies are being conducted to verify the use of bromelain include the following:

For its inflammatory purposes:

  • sports injuries
  • accident traumas
  • arthritis
  • sinusitis
  • phlebitis
  • digestive problems
  • post-operative healing
  • interstitial cystitis
  • urinary tract infections

Additionally, studies are being conducted to measure its benefits for the following:

  • chronic venous insufficiency
  • excessive bruising
  • hemorrhoids
  • gout
  • enlarged prostate and prostatitis
  • menstrual pain
  • autoimmune disorders (extensive research is being conducted on its effects on HIV)
  • ulcerative colitis

One study (which isn’t enough to go on but it provides some hope) suggests that bromelain might help reduce blood clots and platelet clumping in arteries.

In Europe, several “Good Epidemiological Practice” (EBM) level II studies indicate that a comprehensive systemic enzyme therapy significantly reduced “tumor-induced and therapy-induced” problems relating to cancer, including fatigue, nausea and excessive weight loss. Note that this systemic enzyme therapy featured proteolytic enzymes in a specific combination which included bromelain but also included papain, trypsin and chemotrypsin.

                                                 Bromelain Side Effects

There are two bromelain side effects to consider, both considered rare and mild but both are side effects which you should understand before you start taking this supplement. The first is more evident: if you regularly take large doses of bromelain on an empty stomach, it can cause heartburn. There isn’t any evidence that it does any damage, but it can be pretty uncomfortable. I suggest you try it in lower doses for a while, then increase dosage if you’re okay. You can also reduce this bromelain side-effect by taking it with food, although it is best to take a quercetin bromelain supplement between meals.

The second bromelain side effect is potentially more serious but more rare as well. Some studies have indicated that bromelain supplementation can increase your heart rate. While nothing dire has occurred in studies, common sense says that people with heart disease or heart conditions should exercise care and restraint when taking quercetin bromelain.

                                                     Quercetin and Bromelain: A Potent Team


Quercetin and bromelain work well together because quercetin works on an antioxidant level to reduce the damage and irritation caused by free radicals while also suppressing your histamine response (that which causes allergic reactions) while bromelain works on an enzyme and protein level, limiting the action of metabolites and neutrophils on inflammation. Additionally, as I stated earlier, bromelain assists in increasing your body’s absorption and utilization of quercetin.


I haven’t discussed quercetin as much in this article because I discuss it elsewhere on this site. However, I personally believe there is no better non-prescription, natural way to address numerous ailments, including interstitial cystitis, urinary tract infections and hemorrhoids.


As a quick review, however, here are other likely benefits of quercetin as indicated by preliminary clinical trials:


  • Increasing cardiovascular health through inhibiting the oxidizing of your bad cholesterol
  • Reducing free radical damage as a naturally-occurring but potent antioxidant
  • Minimizing bruising, reducing varicose veins while strengthening weak capillaries
  • Improving and protecting lungs, possible treating a broad array of respiratory conditions (asthma, bronchitis, emphysema)
  • Combating cancer, in particular evidence thus far is more promising for prostate cancer
  • Curbing allergic reactions, particularly respiratory allergies





I know this sounds ambitious and extravagant, but remember that much of it is still based on preliminary studies. However, it is worth noting that even many skeptical scientists are hopeful because when you look at a broad spectrum of proven healthy foods — particularly potent cancer-fighting foods (like broccoli, spinach and apples) — a noteworthy concentration of quercetin is often a common denominator. And relative to the many drugs used to combat these conditions there are very few quercetin side effects.


If you’re looking for additional reading on this matter, I suggest you read about quercetin side-effects or check back for more articles on this beneficial supplement.


Thank you for reading this article on quercetin and bromelain. I sincerely hope this information helps you better your life in some way.

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Quercetin Benefits – Energy

While there are many established quercetin benefits and even more alleged quercetin benefits, one I had not considered was quercetin’s possible ability to help individuals tap their energy reserves. This more recently discovered benefit is implied by a recent study conducted by the Arnold School of Public Health (University of South Carolina) and partly funded by the United States Department of Defense. This study was published in the International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism in 2009.

The study, which involved healthy but untrained adult men and women (college students), measured subjects fatigue capacity on stationary bikes and their VO2max. VO2max, which was completely new to me upon reading this study, measures an individual’s maximum oxygen capacity. […]

Continue Reading: Quercetin Benefits – Energy


Interstitial Cystitis Symptoms

So you’ve started wondering if you’re suffering from interstitial cystitis. You might ask yourself, what exactly are the signs and symptoms of interstitial cystitis and how can I identify them?

Identifying interstitial cystitis symptoms can be a difficult topic for two reasons. One, symptoms often involve parts of our bodies we rather not have to discuss in detail, especially in public. And two, symptoms vary so wildly it can be difficult to accurately and consistently diagnose each varying symptom as being specifically related to IC and not something else (like a bladder infection). This makes interstitial cystitis diagnosis difficult but not impossible.

Interstitial cystitis symptoms deviate greatly from one person to another yet exhibit some similarities with those of a urinary tract infection. In short, the bladder wall becomes inflamed, ulcerated, as well as scarred, inducing common, painful urination. […]

Continue Reading: Interstitial Cystitis Symptoms

 Many of these remedies have helped many people, but I can’t give you any guarantees. As I’ve said before, regular consumption of quercetin with bromelain has provided me personally the greatest benefits. But everyone will be different so don’t give up hope if it doesn’t work for you and move on to another therapy.

I always suggest you consider a natural treatment when considering various drugs and their side-effects.

My favorite interstitial cystitis natural treatment is quercetin. Quercetin reduces inflammation and helps prevent infection. There is a much clinical evidence supporting its use. If you have a sensitive stomach, I suggest you read my article about the possible side effects before trying it. […]    Continue Reading:Natural Treatment For Interstitial Cystitis

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