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PreHistin ® Allergy Defense Formula Wins 2011 Best New Product Award at ECRM Allergy Show
Date:3/10/2011

IRVINE, Calif., March 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Cobalis Corp.'s (Pink Sheets: CLSC) http://www.prehistin.com/  [PreHistin® Allergy Defense Formula], the first ever pre-histamine, has taken the coveted 2011 Best New Product Award at the ECRM Cough, Cold and Allergy show held in Orlando, FL, February 28-March 3. PreHistin® regulates overproduction of the key allergen antibody IgE to restore a normal response to both seasonal and year-round allergens, which according to leading US allergist and clinical researcher Dr. Paul H. Ratner, MD is "no allergic response at all!"

"We are very proud that PreHistin® was selected by the country's leading retail and pharmacy buyers as 'Best New Product of the Year' out of a field of thousands of products. In introducing PreHistin® as the world's first PRE-histamine, we have literally created an entirely new category in allergy care, as well as offering the more than 60 million Americans who suffer from seasonal and year-round allergies the first major new option available in years – the opportunity to regulate allergen antibody IgE levels to restore a normal, non-reactive response to allergens, as opposed to treating symptoms after an allergic reaction has started. We thank the retailers and distributors who attended this show for awarding us this great honor and recognition," said Marty Marion, CEO of Cobalis Corp.

PreHistin® is now on shelves at one of the nation's two largest drugstore chains, and is expected to be on pharmacy and grocery shelves across the country very quickly. Indoor and outdoor allergy sufferers, who need relief seasonally or year-round, can feel the benefits of PreHistin® in as little as a few weeks of regular use. The all-natural formula of PreHistin® is a lozenge dissolved under the tongue and then swallowed twice a day during
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