In a quantum field hypothesis, charge screening can restrict on-line of the seen “renormalized” charge of any classical theory. If the only allowed value on the renormalized charge can be zero, the theory is said to be “trivial”. Thus, astonishingly, a classical theory that seems to describe interacting allergens can, when realized as a quantum field hypothesis, become a “trivial” hypothesis of noninteracting cost-free particles. This phenomenon is called quantum triviality.