I'm not really sure this would work. With sublingual therapy, a small portion gets in your blood stream but I would think the pollen would be too large to be absorbed properly. I know that some would get into your stomach and the acid would destroy it. Allergy shots are more effective because they're injections that go directly into the blood stream. It seems to me that you would have to have a high concetration of pollen in order for this work and even then, it might be iffy.
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