Do you know that there is a natural and effective way to treat allergies?
This article looks at ways that can help you heal your allergies.
Choosing antihistamines as a treatment for allergies doesn't solve the problem, it only masks the symptoms. This is why Dr Tomaya Weiser (Doctor of Chinese medicine) has invested her time in helping people overcome allergies and intolerances in a more natural way. She is a qualified Acupuncturist and a certified practitioner of Theta healing, IPEC, Kinesiology, and Pranic healing.

Why do you need natural allergy treatments?

Research has shown that 1 in every 5 persons suffers from some form of allergy. This can food allergies, seasonal allergies or even salicylate Allergies. Allergies can be debilitating and pharmaceutical drugs don't offer a long term solution. The body often builds a tolerance to these drugs and they lose their effectiveness over time. This is why it is better to choose all-natural allergy treatments so as to reduce your reactions to environmental substances, stress, food, chemicals, and drugs.

Salicylate Allergies

Many people suffer from salicylate intolerance or sensitivity. Salicylate sensitivity can be effectively treated using natural therapy. This therapy is safe for infants, children and the elderly.

You are possibly wondering what do we mean by salicylates. Salicylates are actually natural chemicals that are contained in various plants. This includes fruits, herbs, vegetables, and spices. It is also a synthetic substance that has been used in preservatives, perfumes, plastics, body care products, and medications like aspirin.

Some of the foods that are high in salicylates include raspberry, prunes, raisins & sultanas, apricot, blackberry, and blueberry. Others include boysenberry, cherry, cranberry, rockmelon, currants, dates, loganberry, guava, grapes, pineapple, plums, strawberry, and oranges. There are also vegetables like zucchini, okra, chili pepper, cucumber, spinach, and squash that are rich in salicylates. Apart from the vegetable and fruits, there are also herbs, spices, condiments, nuts, and seeds that would offer salicylates.

Salicylate sensitivity on its part refers to a toxic response to a given amount of salicylates in your body. It is also referred to as salicylate. People with salicylate sensitivity will experience adverse effects whenever they consume a certain amount of salicylates. This amount may vary from one person to another.

Salicylate sensitivity treatment

The salicylate sensitivity symptoms tend to be quite similar to those of other food allergies. Unlike food allergies, this kind of sensitivity is slightly difficult to diagnose. Medical experts mostly use the provocative challenge method to confirm its presence. In this challenge, you are progressively given increasing amounts of salicylates as the expert monitors at each level any signs of allergic reactions. Some of the people who are prone to this condition include adults and people with allergic rhinitis, asthma, and low levels of phenol-sulfur-transferase (PST) enzyme.

Tomaya can test to see if you have a salicylate sensitivity or intolerance. Once the testing is done and you know what is contributing to your symptoms, you can be treated using a combination of IPEC (Integrated Physical Emotional Clearing) and Body Connect healing.
This type of treatment uncovers the root of the issue and clears it, so you can reintroduce the food you were reacting to previously within 24 hours after the treatment. There is no need for lengthy elimination diets. Most people notice a big improvement in their symptoms within the first couple of sessions.

Author's Bio: 

My name is Tomaya Weiser and I am a qualified Acupuncturist with a Bachelor of Health Science from the Australian College of Natural Medicine. I am also a certified practitioner of IPEC, Theta healing, Pranic healing and Kinesiology.