Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


Yes, we can test anyone over 1 year. Our Allergy Test is perfect for children since it’s a simple finger, or toe, prick and less invasive than a skin prick test.
Lab requisition form, alcohol prep pad, finger-prick lancet, 2×2 gauze, Band-aid, small blood collection tube with a yellow cap, safety strip, detailed collection instructions, and a pre-paid return shipping envelope.
No. If this were a skin prick test you would. Our finger-prick blood test does not require flushing any medications and anyone with a skin disorder can also be tested.

Yes. Until you are ready to ship it to us. If you collect and ship your sample in the same day then, no.

Final lab reports are typically ready in 3-5 business days from when we receive your sample at the lab. Once they are ready you will receive an email instructing you to LOGIN to our secure, HIPAA Compliant portal. Then, you will see your results along with the full interpretation of positive allergens and our Board Certified Allergist’s professional recommendation for treatment. You can view, print, or download your full patient report.
We are here for you! The easiest and quickest form of communication is email as we are typically in the lab or pharmacy most of the day.


Allergies occur when the body’s immune system responds to a substance it considers an “invader”. Substances that provoke the immune system into an allergic response are known as allergens. What might trigger a life threatening allergies response in one person might not cause any response in another person.
Allergens enter the body either through ingestion, inhalation, or contact with the skin or mucous membranes. Mild allergy symptoms include itchy, dry, red, or watery eyes, a runny nose, scratchy throat, and rashes. More severe symptoms include swelling of the throat, wheezing, and difficulty breathing.
Anyone experiencing the Signs & Symptoms described above on a regular, or seasonal, basis. Allergies can affect anyone, regardless of age, gender, race, or socioeconomic status. They are caused by a combination of both genetic and environmental influences. Specific allergies are not inherited but the chances of having allergies are greatly increased if an immediate family member has allergies. Undiagnosed allergies can cause long-term health problems.


Yes, if the test was within the last 6 months and it is from a trusted testing method. Our team of experts can offer better insight on a case by case basis.
Immunotherapy is a treatment directed at decreasing your sensitivity to certain allergens. These particular allergens are identified with allergy testing. Specific amounts of natural allergen extracts are introduced into the body which help to produce antibodies that block allergic symptoms over time. Immunotherapy helps your body build up its natural resistance to the effects of tree, grass, and weed pollen, dust mites, mold spores, and animal dander. It is also the only proven medical treatment available that strengthens the immune system to provide lasting relief and prevent new allergies and asthma. A full course of immunotherapy can lead to long-term relief of your allergy symptoms even after the therapy has stopped. It contains no medication.
Your lab results are color coded and easy to read. If you are positive for 3-5 allergens, you are a mild candidate for immunotherapy treatment. 6-8 you will greatly benefit from personalized immunotherapy drops. 9 or more you are strongly encouraged to start on a personalized treatment plan. Patients typically start seeing positive results within months 2-4 and gradually experience less allergic symptoms over the course of the treatment.

1 x daily, 3 drops under the tongue. We formulate and mix a one (1) year supply along with dosing instructions. Please keep them refrigerated.

A typical regimen may take 1-3 years depending upon the severity of your allergies and geographic conditions. The first year provides the initial build-up of immunity and subsequent years are known as maintenance.

Over 90% effective when formulated and taken properly. It has been proven in clinical studies to decrease allergy symptoms, medication use, prevent new allergies and asthma in children, and promote lasting-relief of allergy symptoms even after treatment is stopped. Research shows allergy immunotherapy is cost effective and reduces overall health care expenses, including costs from prescription medicine use, office visits, hospitalizations, and missed work/school.

Over the counter medications only temporarily mask allergy symptoms, while immunotherapy is aimed at decreasing the patient’s sensitivity to the allergens by slowly administering increasing amounts of an allergen over several months. Allergy medications also can produce negative side effects like dizziness, drowsiness, headache, and insomnia. Allergy immunotherapy is not a medication they are naturally occurring substances.

Yes, immunotherapy is known as the ONLY disease-modifying treatment for allergies. 88% of patient’s state that they achieve symptom relief within the first few months of starting immunotherapy.

No. We only treat patients with immunotherapy for environmental allergies. The best option for food allergies is to strictly avoid foods that cause symptoms.