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EPD for hay fever

posted on 14th June 2011 by Gerard Frith

Global warming means unpredictable weather. Tree pollens can now start appearing as early as late-February and people living in towns can suffer more than country-dwellers. If you suffer from hay fever, take action now to prevent the symptoms starting.
EPD stands for Enzyme Potentiated Desensitisation, a safe and effective treatment for allergies that has been in use for more than 30 years. It has been shown to work for inhalant, food, and chemical sensitivities. For hay fever EPD appears to be at least 80% successful.

EPD is administered by a very small injection intradermally (into the top layer of the skin, usually on the forearm) every few weeks. The injection contains an enzyme, beta glucuronidase, and minute doses of mixed allergens. EPD treats reactions to a number of different allergens without the need for a tailor-made formula for each one. Please visit this link for more information on EPD.

 EPD for hay fever

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