Our Allergy- & Food Intolerance Test tests for 295 allergy & 286 food intolerance triggers. Trust on the most accurate & comprehensive at-home test on the market.

USD 349 USD 299


Our Allergy- & Food Intolerance Test tests for 295 allergy & 286 food intolerance triggers. Trust on the most accurate & comprehensive at-home test on the market.

USD 349 USD 299
Allergy & food intolerance test


The 7DROPS allergy & food intolerance test covers 295 allergy & 286 food intolerance triggers in a single, non-invasive step.


Receive a personalized, medically checked and physician approved result and discuss it for free with our medical partners at Curex.


Receive personalized dietary recommendations based on your food allergies and intolerances (e.g. Can I still eat an apple if it's cooked?).


Receive results with a minimized risk of false-positives due to the use of next generation molecular immunodiagnostics.


Receive information about the potential severity of your allergy symptoms, cross-reactions, and possible therapy options like immunotherapy.


Receive food intolerance test results for 286 different foods such as milk, eggs, wheat, fruit, vegetables, as well as novel foods such as aloe, ginseng, tapioka & more!

One test, 581 results

Allergy- & Food Intolerance Test



ALLERGY SYMPTOMS Hay fever, skin rash (hives & eczema), Oral Allergy Syndrome (tingly lips, mouth & throat), nausea, stomach pain, diarrhea, vomiting), allergic asthma & trouble breathing, anaphylaxis

FOOD INTOLERANCE SYMPTOMS Bloating, stomach pain, nausea, diarrhea, joint pain, headaches, nervousness & irritability

Allergy & food intolerance test


Find out more about the test kit, the technology behind our tests, and what happens to your sample at the lab.
  • What's in my kit?
    1 sample tube for your blood sample
    4 alcohol pads to keep everything clean and sterile
    3 lancets to prick your finger for the sample collection
    1 transport tube to protect your sample tube
    1 prepaid return envelope to mail your sample back to our lab
    7 steps with 7DROPS – instructions for use
  • What do the 7DROPS tests measure?
    The 7DROPS at-home allergy test (ALL) measures the patient’s allergy sensitization status through in vitro multiplex testing. The results show the measurement of your body’s total IgE (tlgE) which indicates if an allergy is likely, possible or unlikely. The measurement of Specific IgE (sIgE) against 295 allergen extracts and molecular allergens gives you a detailed profile of the possible culprits causing allergic symptoms. However, any diagnosis positive or negative must be confirmed by consulting your physician.

    The 7DROPS at-home food intolerance test (FIT) measures repeatable IgG reactivities through in vitro multiplex testing. The results show the measurement of specific IgG levels against 286 food antigens from 13 different food groups (including basic and novel foods).

    The 7DROPS ALL FIT allergy & food intolerance test is a combination product. Our lab will run both the ALL allergy test and the FIT food intolerance test on your blood sample.
  • What happens to my sample?
    This is what happens to your sample once it reaches our lab up until you receive your results in your personal 7DROPS dashboard:

    1. After arrival, your sample is checked if it is in good condition for processing.
    2. If your sample gets the green light for processing, it is prepared and then loaded into an automated batch analyzer called MAX 45k.
    3. After processing, the results of the test we just ran on your sample are loaded onto our servers.
    4. Before you receive your results, they are checked and approved by a doctor. In case of a conspicuous result (risk of anaphylaxis), you are automatically contacted by a medical expert to dicuss next steps.
    5. Once approved, your results appear on your personal 7DROPS dashboard for your to view and download.
    6. If you have questions about your results, you can book a free orientation consultation with our medical partners from CUREX.
  • What are IgE & IgG antibodies?
    IgE is short for Immuno-Globulin E – a molecule class known as immunoglobulins or antibodies. In healthy individuals, IgE antibodies fight parasitic infections. In allergic individuals, IgE antibodies are misdirected and fight harmless substances such as pollen or mite particles instead, leading to an allergic reaction.

    IgG is short for Immuno-Globulin G – a type of antibody representing 75% of human blood serum. In IgG testing, serum or plasma is tested for IgG antibodies instead of IgE antibodies. IgG is also called a “memory antibody” because it signifies memory through exposure to a food.
  • What are CCDs?
    CCDs (cross-reactive carbohydrate determinants) are clinically irrelevant sugars located on allergens. They can lead to false-positive diagnostic results in allergy and food intolerance testing. One of 7DROPS’ key features is automatically blocking CCDs during the processing of samples to prevent false-positives and increase the accuracy of the results.

    Note: the final diagnosis and subsequent therapy should always be made and ordered by your allergy specialist.
What 7DROPS users say


5 Stars
Since I have recurring symptoms I couldn't really make sense of, I purchased a 7DROPS kit for the allergy and food intolerance test. The process was pretty easy and my results came back within a week. I'm happy with the results, as they gave me a lot of insight about different foods I should probably avoid in the future if I want to feel better overall!
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Simon P., 39
5 Stars
I took the 7DROPS allergy test because I wanted to confirm an allergy test result I got from my doctor about a year ago. The results actually showed more sensitivities than I knew of, and all of it in very great detail! I was impressed. Now I kind of want to do the food intolerance test as well.
Sonja B., 38
4 Stars
For years, I experienced skin rashes and nausea whenever I eat certain foods like dairy products. A friend working in the medical field recommended trying 7DROPS to see where I stand – after my results came in, I started cutting out certain allergic foods from my diet and I feel way better now!
Peter M., 35
5 Stars
Originally I only wanted to do an allergy test but after checking the website I thought why not both, and purchased the ALL FIT combination deal. I think it's super convenient that you can get both results with only one sample, and the report was really comprehensive as well. Recommended if you want to learn more about your health and body!
Martin H.
4 Stars
I’ve been struggling with seasonal allergies for years, but never had the chance to get properly tested. With 7DROPS, I could do it myself without any fuss. The lab results came back within three days, and now I’m working on feeling better when pollen season hits because I know what to look out for.
Sally F., 42
5 Stars
I think everyone should be aware about their allergies and other sensitivities. I recommended this test to all of my family members, it’s really easy to use!
Lisa J., 28
5 Stars
I struggle with hayfever like symptoms almost all year round, so I really wanted to see why. I looked for a test that covered a lot of different possible triggers and found 7DROPS. My results say I'm not just allergic to pollen but also to house dust mites, which explains why I also have symptoms in the winter.
Lea L.
4 Stars
Getting an appointment with an allergist is pretty much impossible in my area and testing is also super expensive, that’s why I gave 7DROPS a try to figure out my allergies. I’m pleased with the process and results: it was almost painless, quick, and the lab report came within a week.
Jamie L., 31
5 Stars
I suspected I had certain food intolerances or allergies for months after noticing recurring symptoms after eating fruit and seafood. Through taking this at-home test, I found out that my symptoms are a cross-reaction caused by other allergies. It’s way easier to get the right treatment if you know what’s causing your problems!
George G., 53
4 Stars
I've been felling unwell for months and had no idea what the reason could be. No doctor could really help me. After reading that food intolerances sometimes causes hard to diagnose symptoms, I took the 7DROPS food intolerance test and found out my body reacts badly to dairy products! I'm trying to change my diet and feel better already.
Sarah R., 24
5 Stars
I looove Japanese food, but I had no idea that my stomach issues were coming from an intolerance to soy! After I got my FIT results, I started to try eating different foods with less soy, and I think I'm getting better already.
Cynthia D., 26
5 Stars
I've been struggling with this really random joint pain and head aches for years until I read that that stuff could be caused by an intolerance to food. I took the FIT test and the results say cutting out wheat might help, so that's what I'm trying to do now!
Glenn F., 42
4 Stars
My GP advised me to try a food intolerance test because I haven't been feeling too well lately but there doesn't seem to be anything wrong with my health otherwise. I researched food intolerance tests and liked how many food triggers this product tests, so I wanted to give it a shot. Taking your own sample sounded a bit indimidating to me but it actually was pretty straightforward!
Harry S., 37
Allergy- & Food Intolerance Test