Designs for Health - HISTAEZE - Seasonal Allergy Support with Tinofend, Quercetin, Nettle Leaf, Vitamin C

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HistaEze™ is a synergistic blend of nutrients that provides natural support to help balance the immune response during allergy season.** It features Tinofend®, a patented and clinically researched extract derived...

HistaEze™ is a synergistic blend of nutrients that provides natural support to help balance the immune response during allergy season.** It features Tinofend®, a patented and clinically researched extract derived from the plant Tinospora cordifolia, which has been shown to regulate key immune mediators and support the activity of macrophages. Tinofend® supports the immune response by promoting a balance of phagocytic white blood cells and eosinophils.**

HistaEze™ also contains quercetin, nettle leaf and vitamin C, which have been historically used during allergy season to support immune balance.* Additionally, bicarbonate salts are included for their role in maintaining normal histamine metabolism.

Recommended Use: As a dietary supplement, take four capsules per day, or as directed by your health care practitioner (divided dosing recommended).

** These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Natural support for environmental allergies

HistaEze™ is designed to help support and counteract some of the main symptoms and immune reactions associated with environmental allergies.

Key ingredients in this comprehensive allergy support formula include:

• Tinofend® — an extract derived from the plant Tinospora cordifolia that has been used in Ayurvedic medicine since the early 1900s for its immunomodulating action. [1]  It contains a proprietary complex of polysaccharides and polyphenols, and has been clinically shown to regulate key immune mediators. Tinofend® addresses the cause of allergies by increasing the number of phagocytic white blood cells (including macrophages), which help consume and rid the body of allergens, and by reducing the number of eosinophils (cells that contain histamine).

• Quercetin, Nettle leaf and Vitamin C — historically used in the management of seasonal allergies [2,3]

• Bicarbonate salts — included due to their role as immediate antihistamines, and their ability to mitigate the potential drowsiness experienced by those who may also be taking antihistamine medications

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