Low Dose Allergen (LDA) – Treatments

LDA’s Four Allergy Treatments:

  1. Inhalant – 106 for pollens, dust mite, molds, house dust, cat, dog, and horse
  2. Low Dose Food Mix – 1015 (LX) – weaker food mix
  3. Medium Dose Food Mix – 10-8 (MX) – stronger food mix
  4. Chemical – 1014 which includes Formaldehyde, Perfumes, and Cigarette Smoke

For the past six years, I have been using LDA therapy for children and adults and I have had excellent results – actually far better than sublingual immunotherapy which I have been providing since 1987. Comparing LDA and allergy injection desensitization, there is no comparison. LDA is safer and more effective.

LDA injection treatment is based on the medical history. Subcutaneous under the skin mixing .01 ml. of the enzyme Beta Glucaronidase with .04 ml. of the allergen vial (Inhalant, Low Dose Food Mix, Medium Dose Food Mix, and/or Chemical).

Rules for the use of LDA: (most patients do not require the LDA rules)

  • strict diet
  • Vitamin/mineral supplementation program
  • Medications to be avoided before, during, and just after LDA therapy.
  • Allergic Conditions Treatable with LDA:

  • Typical nasal allergies (Allergic Rhinitis)
  • Asthma
  • Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis)
  • Eye allergies (Allergic Conjunctivitis)
  • Other medical conditions helped by the treatment of LDA include:

      1.Gastrointestinal symptoms
    2. Recurrent infections – Sinusitis, ear infection
    3. Migraine headaches
    4. Reactive Autoimmune Arthritic conditions, including Rheumatoid Arthritis and Ankylosing Spondylitis.
    5. Fatigue
    6. Food allergies/Hypersensitivities
    7. Chemical sensitivity – examples, perfume, formaldehyde
    8. Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    For more information, go to Dr. Shrader's website at: www.drshrader.com.