Allergy Tests You Take at Home

Allergy Tests You Can do at Home

There are a variety of allergy tests which can be taken in the comfort of your home. Some offer immediate results and others require that the sample you take at home is sent out to a lab for analysis.

Food Allergy Test Kit for Home Use

Test DescriptionManufacturer NameProductsType of testNeed to send sample to lab
FoodHK BiotekAller-Food Check Kit is a quick blood check that requires a finger prick to obtain a few drops of blood that is absorbed onto a gauze strip. Once the strip dries, it is sent to the BioTek Laboratories for analysis. You will receive a personal Food Allergy Report and Diet Plan within 14 days.

The report will provide information on antibody levels against: Dairy, Seafood, Poultry, Meat, Vegetables, Fruits, and other misc. items including coffee, honey, and many more.
BloodYes
FoodImmuneTechMy Allergy Self Test is a FDA cleared allergy testing method that is available without a prescription. The test requires 4-5 drops of blood which is collected in tubes and sent out to a lab for anaysis. A report is mailed to you. This test checks for ten of the most common allergens: House Dust Mite, Cat, Timothy Grass, Bermuda Grass, Mountain Cedar, Short Ragweed, Alternaria (mold), Milk, Egg White, and Wheat. BloodYes
Food: MilkImutestMilk Allergy Kit detects raised levels of IgE allergy antibodies against cow's milk protein.BloodNo
Food: Egg White ImutestEgg Allergy Kit detects if there is an allergy to Hens egg white protein.BloodNo
Food: AntibodiesImutestAllergy Check is a quick self-test which shows if the level of allergy antibodies (IgE) in the blood are normal or raised.BloodNo
FoodYorkTest LaboratoriesFoodscan 113 Food Intolerance Test determines if you have a food sensitivity to 113 individual foods including: milk, yeast, gluten, wheat, egg yolk, millet and more. BloodYes

Environmental Allergy Test Kit for Home Use

Test DescriptionManufacturer NameProductsType of testNeed to send sample to labRating
Cat DanderBiomericaFortel Cat Allergy-OTC is designed to detect elevated levels of IgE Specific allergy antibodies to Cat dander or epithelia. The visual test results are available in fifteen minutes.BloodNo[xrr rating=4/5]
Dog DanderBiomericaFortel Dog Allergy-OTC is designed to detect elevated levels of IgE Specific allergy antibodies to Dog dander or epithelia. The visual test results are available in fifteen minutes. BloodNo[xrr rating=4/5]
Indoor AllergiesEDLabs (Indoor AirTest)Allergen Screen Check (ASC) identifies and provides concentration levels for: mold, pollen, dust mites (intact), skin cells, insect parts, fibers such as siberglass, and more.Pollutants SampleYes[xrr rating=4/5]
Environmental PollutantsHK BiotekEnvironmental Pollutants Test (EPP test) is a test that requires a sample from the first morning urine sample on a Dip ‘N Dry collection strip. The dried strip is then placed in a ziplock bag and sent to the HK BioTek Laboratories for analysis.

You will receive your personal Report within 14 days.
UrineYes[xrr rating=4/5]
ImmuneTechMy Allergy Self Test is a FDA cleared allergy testing method that is available without a prescription. The test requires 4-5 drops of blood which is collected in tubes and sent out to a lab for anaysis. A report is mailed to you. This test checks for ten of the most common allergens: House Dust Mite, Cat, Timothy Grass, Bermuda Grass, Mountain Cedar, Short Ragweed, Alternaria (mold), Milk, Egg White, and Wheat.BloodYes[xrr rating=4/5]
Airborne AllergyImutestAirborne Allergy Screen Kit is specially designed to test for allergy antibodies (IgE) to the three most common airborne allergens (cat, dust mite and grass pollen).BloodNo[xrr rating=4/5]
Hay Fever AllergyImutestHay Fever Allergy Kit is a clinically proven IgE allergy test for hay fever. Result take approximately 30 minutes.BloodNo[xrr rating=4/5]
Dust Mite AllergyImutestDust Mite Allergy Kit is a quick home test kit to help you determine if you are allergic to dust mites.BloodNo[xrr rating=4/5]
Cat AllergyImutestCat Allergy Test reveals a positive result when your level of cat-specific allergy (IgE) antibodies are above normal. BloodNo[xrr rating=4/5]