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Allergies, Seasonal and Food-Related

March 12, 2013

Consider This Combo Cure for Relief—and Answers

THERE ARE THREE THINGS you need to know about allergies. One: They come in two basic flavors—food allergies and seasonal (airborne) allergies. Two: Seasonal allergies can be made worse by problem foods. Three: “Real” food allergies are pretty rare; annoying and debilitating “food reactions” are common. (Many people استعمال the word “allergy” to describe what is actually a food sensitivity.) No matter which you suffer with, you’ll find something in this chapter of interest.

Seasonal Allergies

Seasonal allergies are characterized by inflammation of the mucous membranes in the nasal passages. Airborne

Consider This Combo Cure for Relief—and Answers

THERE ARE THREE THINGS you need to know about allergies. One: They come in two basic flavors—food allergies and seasonal (airborne) allergies. Two: Seasonal allergies can be made worse by problem foods. Three: “Real” food allergies are pretty rare; annoying and debilitating “food reactions” are common. (Many people استعمال the word “allergy” to describe what is actually a food sensitivity.) No matter which you suffer with, you’ll find something in this chapter of interest.

Seasonal Allergies

Seasonal allergies are characterized by inflammation of the mucous membranes in the nasal passages. Airborne pollens from grasses, flowers, weeds, trees, or ragweed are the culprits, so allergy season officially begins whenever trees and grasses start to pollinate in your area of the country.

Why do these innocuous little molecules caاستعمال so much suffering in the first place? Well, these airborne little buggers, which can be pollens or even chemicals, get absorbed through the lungs or skin into the blood and caاستعمال the white blood cells of allergy-prone folks to produce a ton of an antiجسم known as IgE (immunoglobulin E). This is the same immunoglobulin that’s triggered in a classic food allergy, only this time it’s triggered by something you breathe rather than eat. The offending molecules then travel through the bloodstream and hit cells called mast cells, which are major storage sites for histamine. Once the mast cell takes a hit from the IgE antiجسم, it begins “leaking” histamine all over the place, producing the familiar and annoying symptoms everyone who suffers from seasonal allergies knows all too well.

Conventional دوائی doesn’t have a lot to offer. Antihistamines like Benadryl and Tavist D can help, but they can caاستعمال drowsiness. Nasal decongestants can help, but they’re also not without possible side effects (restlessness, irritability, and insomnia are among the most common). And while most of these are probably safe, I can’t help remembering that one “safe” nasal decongestant—phenylpropanolamine—was pulled off the market a few years ago after it was found to be linked to an increased risk of hemorrhagic stroke in عورتیں aged 18 to 49. Wouldn’t it be great if there were some powerful natural مرض for seasonal allergies?

Well, there is. And it’s a bioflavonoid called quercetin. Combined with a few other things (including the delicious Dr. Starbucks Fruit Peel, recipe below), it just might be your most powerful natural weapon against the annoying symptoms of seasonal allergies.

Natural Prescription for Allergies, Seasonal and Food-Related

Try a rotation or elimination diet. Start by eliminating grains (or at the very least wheat) and dairy.

Natural Prescription for Seasonal Allergies

Quercetin: 300 mg, three times a day (When symptoms are under control, you can go down to 500 to 1,000 mg once a day.)

Stinging nettles (optional): 600 mg, freeze-dried extract

Vitamin C: 1,000 to 2,000 mg

Dr. Starbuck’s candied fruit peels: Several times a day. Recipe: Using organic produce, wash and peel an orange, a grapefruit, and a lemon. Cut the peels into bite-size pieces (you’re welcome to eat the fruit, but it’s not part of this concoction). Mix water and organic honey together in a 50-50 mix based on the amount you want to make. Bring the mix to a simmer, but don’t boil it becaاستعمال boiling will kill the bioactive bioflavonoids in the peels. Add the peels and simmer until they are soft and coated with the honey mix. Cool in the fridge and eat like candy.

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