100 people are going to be used to test the effectiveness of a new allergy medication. There will be four medications: one is only sugar, one is the most commonly nationally used allergy medication, one is the proposed dose of the new allergy medication, and the last is a half dose of the new allergy medication. The groups are randomly stratified based on the severeness of their allergies, and there will be 25 people per group. There are 4 possible responses that a subject can provide at the end of the 1 week study: After use of the medication, they now 1.) are experiencing worse symptoms or you had a negative reaction to the medication. 2.) are experiencing no change in their allergy symptoms. 3.) are experiencing slightly reduced allergy symptoms. 4.) They are experiencing highly reduced allergy symptoms. In order to overcome the placebo effect, the subjects will not be told what the medication they are receiving is, how effective it is supposed to be, its price, etc.