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Experience Natural and Effective Allergy Relief

Curex is the #1 farm to pharmacy allergy solution.

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users
#1
online allergy clinic

The Power of Science and Nature Made Easy.

No In-Person Visits

Apply treatment in seconds without wasting time in waiting rooms.

5-30x higher cumulative dose vs allergy shots

Sublingual immunotherapy delivers a higher dose of allergens over the course of treatment.

Superior safety profile

Even people suffering from severe reactions choose sublingual treatment over allergy shots!

100% Natural Ingredients

Our formulations contain only natural ingredients, are gluten-free, and have no added sugar.

Comparison

Long Term Relief
Convenient at Home
Access to clinician via text/call/zoom
Price

Curex

$49/month
+ copay

Allergy Medication

$200-500 a year for temporary relief

Shots

$2,000 - $5,000

No Pills, No Needles – Just Natural Allergy Relief Under Your Tongue!

Curex makes it easier than ever to treat allergies, even if you need an allergy test or have existing results!

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Immunotherapy Delivered

$49/month
+ copay
Free shipping
Ongoing access to allergist
High deductible plan? No insurance? No problem!
$99/month. HSA/FSA eligible. Discounts with annual plan.

How It’s Made

Allergen selection

The allergens causing the patient's symptoms are identified through skin testing or blood testing. The physician then determines which allergens to include in the immunotherapy drops.

Dilution

The allergens are diluted to very small concentrations to ensure safety and effectiveness. This is typically done in a series of dilutions, known as "serial dilution," until the desired concentration is reached.

Mixing

The diluted allergen extracts are then mixed with glycerin to create the immunotherapy drops. Glycerin is a safe, non-toxic, and water-soluble preservative that can easily mix with other substances.

Packaging

The immunotherapy drops are then packaged into small bottles with pumps for easy administration. This process is done by a licensed pharmacy.
The dosage and frequency of the immunotherapy drops are tailored to the individual patient based on their allergy symptoms, medical history, and response to treatment.

Pollen

Pollen from trees, grass, or weeds can be included in allergy drops for those who have seasonal allergies
insect icon

Dust Mites

Allergen extracts from dust mites can be used for individuals who are allergic to these microscopic organisms commonly found in homes

Mold

Allergen extracts from specific mold species can be included in allergy drops for individuals with mold allergies

Pet Dander

Animal allergens, such as proteins found in the saliva, skin, or fur of cats and dogs, can be used in allergy drops for people with pet allergies.
allergy drop icon

Glycerin

Pollen from trees, grass, or weeds can be included in allergy drops for those who have seasonal allergies.
Allergy Drops May Contain Extracts of the Following Ingredients
Backed by over a century of research, our formulations contain only natural ingredients, are gluten-free, and have no added sugar.
1
Modifying the immune response

Exposure to small amounts of allergen over time can shift the immune system's response from a pro-inflammatory response to a more regulatory response.

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Inducing immune tolerance
man opening Curex packaging

Regular exposure to small amounts of allergen can induce a state of immune tolerance.”

Curex Myths vs. Facts

Flip through to myth-bust some common misconceptions about Curex!

woman smelling flowers
Myth:
It is not as effective as traditional allergy shots
Fact:
Several studies have shown that it can be as effective in treating allergic rhinitis and asthma caused by airborne allergens such as pollen, dust mites, and animal dander.
man holding inhaler in field of tall grass
Myth:
Sublingual Immunotherapy is not safe and can cause severe allergic reactions
Fact:
Sublingual Immunotherapy has a very low risk of causing severe allergic reactions, especially when compared to traditional allergy shots. The most common side effects of SLIT are mild and usually go away on their own or with minimal treatment.
Woman opening Curex packaging
Myth:
Sublingual Immunotherapy cures allergies instantly
Fact:
SLIT is a gradual process that involves building up the body's immune system over time to reduce the severity of allergy symptoms.

Why Integrated, Holistic, and Functional Medicine Doctors Suggest Immunotherapy

Doctors may suggest immunotherapy because it aligns with their holistic approach to medicine, which focuses on treating the root cause of disease and tailoring treatment to meet individual patient needs.
chet curex doctor

Why Integrated, Holistic, and Functional Medicine Doctors Suggest Immunotherapy

Doctors may suggest immunotherapy because it aligns with their holistic approach to medicine, which focuses on treating the root cause of disease and tailoring treatment to meet individual patient needs.

woman smiling
woman smiling
chet curex doctor

Expert-Endorsed
Why Clinicians and Doctors Trust Curex

“If you have allergies and you’re sick of taking medication, sick of avoiding certain environments, please please consider allergy immotherapy.”

@getcurex You won't find any snake oil here! Still not convinced? Our website has plenty of information, our you can reach out to our team with questions. #immunotherapy #allergytest #slit #sublingualimmunotherapy #allergist #allergyrelief #fyp #foryou #doctok ♬ Stories - Lux-Inspira

Kayla Mardaga, NP

“Curex uses naturally-sourced extracts for sublingual immunotherapy, its convienient and you can do it at your home!”

@getcurex Is it possible to get rid of your allergies completely? #allergiesarelife #allergic #allergens #allergiesbelike ♬ Get On It - Chris Alan Lee

Neeta Ogden, MD

“The people that really get over their allergy, that I’ve seen, have done allergy immunotherapy.”

FAQs

Why doesn't my allergist recommend this?
France uses SLIT nationwide?
Is Curex legitimate?
Can my child use Curex?

Get Your Personalized Immunotherapy Treatment Today!

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What is Sublingual Immunotherapy?

Sublingual Immunotherapy (SLIT) is a form of immunotherapy that involves placing drops or tablets containing small amounts of allergens under the tongue. This form of immunotherapy is used to treat allergies such as allergic rhinitis, allergic asthma, and allergic conjunctivitis.

How It’s Made

Allergen selection

The allergens causing the patient's symptoms are identified through skin testing or blood testing. The physician then determines which allergens to include in the immunotherapy drops.

Dilution

The allergens are diluted to very small concentrations to ensure safety and effectiveness. This is typically done in a series of dilutions, known as "serial dilution," until the desired concentration is reached.

Mixing

The diluted allergen extracts are then mixed with glycerin to create the immunotherapy drops. Glycerin is a safe, non-toxic, and water-soluble substance that can easily mix with other substances.

Packaging

The immunotherapy drops are then packaged into small bottles with droppers for easy administration.
The dosage and frequency of the immunotherapy drops are tailored to the individual patient based on their allergy symptoms, medical history, and response to treatment.
Allergy Drops May Contain
flower petal icon

Pollen

Pollen from trees, grass, or weeds can be included in allergy drops for those who have seasonal allergies.
insect icon

Dust Mites

Allergen extracts from dust mites can be used for individuals who are allergic to these microscopic organisms commonly found in homes
dog paws icon

Pet Dander

Animal allergens, such as proteins found in the saliva, skin, or fur of cats and dogs, can be used in allergy drops for people with pet allergies.
mold allergy

Mold

Allergen extracts from specific mold species can be included in allergy drops for individuals with mold allergies.
grass icon

Glycerin

Glycerin, or glycerol, is a natural vegetable based preservative that is used to protect allergy drops from bacterial or fungal contamination.
Backed by over a century of research, our formulations contain only natural ingredients, are gluten-free, and have no added sugar.
1
Modifying the immune response

Exposure to small amounts of allergen over time can shift the immune system's response from a pro-inflammatory response to a more regulatory response.

right line icon
2
Inducing immune tolerance
man opening Curex packaging

Regular exposure to small amounts of allergen can induce a state of immune tolerance.”

Curex Myths vs. Facts

Flip through to myth-bust some common misconceptions about Curex!

woman smelling flowers
Myth:
It is not as effective as traditional allergy shots
Fact:
Several studies have shown that it can be as effective in treating allergic rhinitis and asthma caused by airborne allergens such as pollen, dust mites, and animal dander.
man holding inhaler in field of tall grass
Myth:
Sublingual Immunotherapy is not safe and can cause severe allergic reactions
Fact:
Sublingual Immunotherapy has a very low risk of causing severe allergic reactions, especially when compared to traditional allergy shots. The most common side effects of SLIT are mild and usually go away on their own or with minimal treatment.
Woman opening Curex packaging
Myth:
Sublingual Immunotherapy cures allergies instantly
Fact:
SLIT is a gradual process that involves building up the body's immune system over time to reduce the severity of allergy symptoms.

Why Integrated, Holistic, and Functional Medicine Doctors Suggest Immunotherapy

Doctors may suggest immunotherapy because it aligns with their holistic approach to medicine, which focuses on treating the root cause of disease and tailoring treatment to meet individual patient needs.

woman smiling
woman smiling
chet curex doctor

Expert-Endorsed
Why Clinicians and Doctors Trust Curex

“If you have allergies and you’re sick of taking medication, sick of avoiding certain environments, please please consider allergy immotherapy.”

@getcurex You won't find any snake oil here! Still not convinced? Our website has plenty of information, our you can reach out to our team with questions. #immunotherapy #allergytest #slit #sublingualimmunotherapy #allergist #allergyrelief #fyp #foryou #doctok ♬ Stories - Lux-Inspira

Kayla Mardaga, NP

“Curex uses FDA approved antigens for sublingual immunotherapy, its convienient and you can do it at your home!”

@getcurex Is it possible to get rid of your allergies completely? #allergiesarelife #allergic #allergens #allergiesbelike ♬ Get On It - Chris Alan Lee

Neeta Ogden, MD

“The people that really get over their allergy, that I’ve seen, have done allergy immunotherapy.”

FAQs

Why doesn't my allergist recommend this?
France uses SLIT nationwide?
Is Curex legitimate?

Get Your Personalized Immunotherapy Treatment Today!