“Protocols for Rhinitis, Sinusitis and Food Allergies”
Presented by Andrew Gaeddert
Wednesday, March 23
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM PST
Seasonal allergies affect tens of millions of Americans each year while food allergies affect many more. In many areas of the United States, spring allergies begin in February and last until the early summer. Mild winter temperatures can cause plants to release pollen early. A rainy spring can also promote rapid plant growth and lead to an increase in symptoms cause by mold that can last well into the fall. During this time of year, Americans also experience sinusitis, an inflammation of sinus tissue that might cause sudden onset of cold-like symptoms that can last up to 8 weeks, as well as sinus allergies. Over-the-counter medications available today often come with surprising side effects that range from unpleasant to unhealthy. While the timing and severity of allergy season varies across the country, most practitioners of complementary medicine will have
patients coming to them for relief.
Join us for our free webinar, “Protocols for Rhinitis, Sinusitis and Food Allergies.” Andrew Gaeddert will discuss how to safely and naturally help your patients who suffer from seasonal and food allergies.