Seasonal AllergiesApr 02, 2023
Histamine, a chemical in the body that stimulates inflammation, causes many of the symptoms of allergies, such as a runny nose or sneezing. When a person is allergic to a particular substance, such as a food or dust, the immune system mistakenly believes that a usually harmless substance is actually harmful to the body.
It’s allergy season, and western medicine profits big time as people rush for their Flonase and Zyrtec as the pollen coats all of our cars, sidewalks, and nasal cavities. Some people feel as if they’re allergic to everything.
What if we told you that we could significantly decrease, and possibly eliminate the allergic response(s) that you experience? What if we told you that your allergic response is what’s causing your constipation, or low back pain, or headaches, or other physical & mental symptoms?
You may be wondering “how?”
Step #1: We must find out if you’re properly digesting the foods that you are eating. If you have inadequate stomach acid to break down your food, or if you’re eating too many different types of foods in one plate, your body is not going to digest the food well. This will trigger the release of histamine. (If you suffer from Acid-Reflux, bloating, constipation, diarrhea).
Step #2: We must find out if there’s a certain type of food you need to avoid. For some, it may be a common food allergy, such as gluten or lactose. For others, it may be a food that is seemingly “healthy” such as tomatoes or garlic. No matter what it is, your body needs time away from the foods you are sensitive to in order to heal. We determine this via muscle testing. Putting a vial with the energetic imprint of the food you’re sensitive or allergic to will make any previously strong muscle instantly weaken.
Step #3: We must determine if there is a parasite that is causing your body to release histamine chronically. Histamine is the key player in the TH2 pathway of the immune system, which fights parasites. When our body tries to kill a parasite for too long, it starts to create an imbalanced immune system, leaving you susceptible to other unwanted infections, such as yeast, bacteria, and viruses.
Additionally, parasites may clog the gall bladder, which will prevent us from properly digesting foods, which will help resolve Step #1.
Step #4: We must take stress off of the liver. The liver is an organ that has over 500 known functions. A large share of those 500 functions involves the processes of detoxification. When the liver is less overwhelmed by the everyday exposure to sources of inflammation, including the foods that we eat and the air that we breathe, the response to allergies won’t be as severe.
Hey, if you actually follow through on all of these things, you may actually feel the best you’ve ever felt in your life.
If you suffer from allergies, call the office (732) 308-0099.