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Are staloral drops for olive pollen allergy safe ? what should i know about this treatment ?

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Dr. William Lages
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology 70 years experience
Staloral drops: Staloral drops were developed for sublingual use for grass pollens and are shown to be effective and much safer than injections. There is no literature I can find for olive tree pollen but your Allergist should be able to answer regarding off label use.
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