This powerful blend of products may improve the gut
dysbiosis and inflammation that may be causing your
For those with sensitivities, we've broken out
some of the main anti-histamines into 3 different
Quercetin helps support stable mast cells to
promote inflammatory balance.
Vitamin C is known to have antihistamine
Resveratrol acts as a powerful free radical
scavenger to assist the immune system.
Our Histamine Pro includes optimal support for
individuals who anticipate needing seasonal allergy
support. It is ideal for those who want an
all-in-one product and for those who do not
typically suffer from supplement sensitivities.
Histamine Pro is our all-in-one blend. Click here
What Is Histamine, and What Does It Do?
Histamine is a naturally occurring organic chemical
that is produced in your body. When your body is
exposed to an allergen, like pollen or dust,
histamine is released from MAST cells.
When the immune system releases histamine in your
tissues, you may experience allergy symptoms, such
as itchy eyes, skin rashes, inflammation, or in
extreme cases, life-threatening anaphylaxis.
Histamine intolerance is primarily an issue with
excess histamine in the digestive tract, which can
develop from gut imbalances.
Quercetin helps support stable mast cells to promote
inflammatory balance. It is a plant flavonoid that has
demonstrated an antihistamine and anti-inflammatory
effect and may help reduce histamine intolerance
symptoms [1, 2, 3].
✔ Potent bioflavonoid
✔ Promotes healthy enzyme levels
✔ Supports normal sinus and respiratory function
Vitamin C has been shown to reduce serum histamine
levels , and is known to have antihistamine properties . Supplemental vitamin C may help you manage your
symptoms of histamine intolerance while you work on the
✔ Immune Support
✔ Vitamin and Mineral Support
Resveratrol has a variety of anti-oxidant,
anti-inflammatory, and immunomodulatory properties and
acts as a powerful free radical scavenger to assist the
✔ Supports healthy blood vessels, platelets, and heart