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As far as peas, be mindful of cross reactions. It is likely all peas because of cross reactions. A common allergen is tomatoes and their cousins in the nightshade family, but especially tomatoes. On any elimination diet tomatoes are forbidden while testing for sensitivities, which are like hidden food allergies. One doesn't necessarily test positive for these food sensitivities. Keep this in mind if you have had him tested for tomatoes and it tested negative.
I don't know about the honey as it is full of natural sugar and if it is unpaterized can lead to samonilla poisoning and ecoli especially in infants, but cinammon I know is really good for you. In fact you only need 1/4 tsp a day to help lower cholesterol, and I think it is blood pressure as well. Add it to a nice cup of warm skim milk and you have something that is good for bones, blood and heart.
Even if I could just have a cup of hot water with honey in cinnamon? I know your not supposed to give children under 2 honey, so is it safe for pregnant women? Anyone know?
Okay so my allergies got worst andi need natural remedies since I'm 13 weeks :( i feel awful and to top it off they cut my hours at work......any suggestions?
Hi Burtbrandx, May I suggest two specialists to see if possible. One would be an allergist to determine what things you're allergic to. The other specialist you might consider seeing is a dermatologist. Where I live, you have to get a referral for either of these specialists from your family doctor. Once you know what you're allergic to, a dermatologist would hopefully be able to tell you what the problem is. Till then try not to lick your lips and drink lots of water.
Go back to the basics....all natural foods. No boxed/packaged frozen, etc. READ ALL LABELS and know what each ingredient is. Check to see if you have an over-abundance of yeast in your system.
I use sinucleanse...same thing as the neti pot. Helps tremendously. A little shot of Claritin allergy spray works wonders too!
Thanks for the post from others here who seems to have their vertigo (whatever cause) triggered by allergies. Bear in mind that allergies do not usually cause vertigo, but can aggravate an underlying disorder. Please do not let anyone tell you that you have meniere's disease. There is no such diagnosis. You may have the symptoms described by Dr.
If you find out that the wine is the culprit, check out sulfite allergies. Everything in the onion and garlic family is in the natural sulfite family, not just grapes.
I always see improvement the next morning when I use it on my eyelids. -- Natural cocoa butter (the natural, hard, chunky kind, NOT the kind you get in a bottle at the store) and natural coconut oil, melted in a double-boiler and mixed together. The coconut oil keeps the cocoa butter solids soft and pliable. Believe it or not, yes, I put straight oil on my skin. When my skin gets so dry that I look like a flaky snowstorm, it's all that will moisturize.
Yes benedryl is safe if it makes u drowsy u can take half. I take it daily...allergies are horrible. My doc als o told me claratin is safe as well.
What helped me A LOT was ginger tea, and hot lemonades sweeten with honey. I was scared of taking medicines so I always looked for natural remedies.
No Benadryl is all I got in my house
He has no known food allergies. What age can we introduce nuts in their natural form? He's had pine nuts (as apart of pesto sauces) and other nuts ground up in crusts & cookies and has had no reactions. Thank You! (I forgot to add to my doctor question list for his 2 yr. well baby visit).
i'm afraid to take anything. i have been drinking hot water, honey and tea and it helps very little. was going to buy halls or fisherman's friends but there's a warning for pregnant peeps to consult their dr...at first i thought it was my allergies but i guess not...my stomach and head hurt so much from it. hope im not getting a fever and that i'm not harming this lil guy...havent called the obg bec the receptionist there just makes me wait...i have the gd test next week..so frustrating.
If you develop any other symptoms such as trouble breathing or swelling of the lips or fingers seek medical help immediately as allergies can be dangerous. I would avoid honey in the future.
try putting honey on toast and sprinkling it with cinnamon and have your son eat that. It helps a number of things from digestive to heart disease. It is cheap, simple, and very effective in studies. I have done a ton of research on it and have found all kinds of success stories with the combination of honey and cinnamon. It's amazing. I have suffered from chronic diarreah for over 4 years and I just ran across this information recently.
id=115) The approach in treating allergies in a natural sense is to repair those body systems which are not meeting the demands of the invading allergen. You can buy these at Amazon.com. I take up to 18 Antronex a day & 4 Allerplex (remember, it's whole food so less potent). The second option to help as well while waiting on your order, is turmeric spice & honey. You can buy the turmeric in powder form at any health food store.
These should be chosen whenever possible to avoid added hormones and chemicals. Whole grains. Whole grains contain natural fiber, slow down sugar absorption from carbohydrates and help to lower blood lipid levels. Some examples are brown rice, whole oats, whole wheat? , (http://curezone.com/art/read.asp?ID=132&db=7&C0=154) whole rye, quinoa and amaranth. Artichokes. Consume steamed artichokes 3 to 5 times per week. Do not add butter or mayonnaise. Berries and grapes.
Matcha Green Tea Matcha contains a strong concentration of polyphenols in the form of natural chemicals called catechins. Catechins have been found to improve the body's immune response to pathogens. You can enjoy this healthy green beverage all season long. Stay ahead of flu season with these immune-boosting foods and feel your best this winter. http://www.active.com/nutrition/Articles/Prevent-Winter-Colds-With-Immune-Boosting-Foods.
Yes, and my docs okayed chloroseptic spray. I also like a little peppermint tea with honey, honey is a natural cough syrup.
Does anyone out there suffer from progressively uncontrollable asthma from eating anything sweet? It seems to be a cummulative reaction - I get away with eating small amounts of fruit or honey for a few days & then if I persist it all starts to go downhill.
The key is getting your immune system built up. Google natural cures. hot tea and honey. Honey is a superfood. Try it!!!
My cough seems to be getting worse :/ about 7 wks anybody know some natural remedies? Also for indegestion tums didn't work so most likely have to get a prescription from my OBGYN. Anybody else having all these health probs during their first trimester???
Is it normal to get a cold,or flu when ur pregnant around the,first month or so the first time I got pregnant I had a,cold and now I feel the same way is that natural though and what can I do or take for a sore throat and runny nose
Honey is a good natural cough syrup. Take a spoonful and hold it in your mouth until it melts a little, then swallow. I used to do that at night before bed. Cough drops are okay, I've heard a little benadryl is okay, when I had an upper respiratory infection my OB said regular mucinex was okay...but I try to stay away from over-the-counter meds if at all possible so if it's just a little throat irritation the honey should probably cover you.
6-8oz. Boiling water 2T. Lemon Juice 2T. Honey Let it sit (steep) for a couple minutes and then add a couple ice cubes to cool it down...and drink.
Steriod creams Eczema creams Nappy rash creams Porridge oat baths Menthol Talc Cream with silver stuff in it honey cream I have even had my copper iud out in case it was a copper allergy I am now taking homeopathic sulphur and that seemed to do the trick at first but not any more (I'm still taking it(about 12 pillules a day). I have never had allergy testing or any skin samples taken.
Breakout random areas of body, mostly upper. 4. No other known food allergy besides Natural Honey. 5. No recent change in diet. 6. Breakouts vary in severity. 7. Stopped taking birth control pills about 4 months ago, causing very abnormal periods. 8. No recent change in types of soap, lotion or clothes detergent. 9. I have allergies, taking Allegra D.
My eye doctor today told me that my vision problems are due to diabetes. I told him that I have never been diagnosed with diabetes by a medical doctor. I had fasting labs done a few months ago because of hypothyroid. My blood glucose at that time was 102mg/dl. Is that high enough for a diagnosis of diabetes? I already have another appointment for fasting labs next month. I thought I would get a jump start on changing my eating habits but I can't figure out what I can eat.
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