Suffering from allergies? Probiotics may help.
Probiotics are great at cleaning. However, they also work great in purifying the air you breathe. For asthma and allergy sufferers that means major benefits!
The University of Florida released a study in 2017 stating that taking “a probiotic combination might help reduce hay fever symptoms, if it’s taken during allergy season.” The probiotics they mention are meant to be consumed in pill form. However, similar probiotics and science can be applied to your external environment.
Probiotics are beneficial microflora that already exist in your environment. When applied as a fine mist or fog, probiotics can establish and maintain a stable and healthy microbial community on hard surfaces and fabrics.
Probiotic Allergy Relief
The beauty in the probiotics is that they reduce allergic reactions in your body. This saves your immune system from having to constantly work on trivial intrusions and allows it to focus on more sinister threats rather than trigger an allergic reaction.
Dr. Noah Lee of Midland Medical Clinic in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, attested to this in a 2010 in-house study stating spraying probiotics in patient rooms “provides a significant reduction in allergic reactions, thus resting the immune systems of our patients and allowing them to get the rest they so badly need.”
If you’re looking for something to help with your asthma or allergies and want a natural solution try our Probiotic Shield Service. We apply the same probiotics Dr. Lee applies in patient rooms, but to your home, office, gym or anywhere else non-toxic allergy relief is desired.