Allergies – powerful natural therapy revealed

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Today there is a common practice among many doctors to engrave "allergy" on what they can not diagnose successfully. The reason for this is that there is little room for discussion and explanation for diagnosis because little is known about allergy. "Infinite" diagnosis has always been endorsed by unresponsive physicians. A state that could not be labeled 200 years ago is a "bad substance", and those who suffered from stomach pain, cancer, gallstones, etc. were told that his humor was moving. Following this, there was the "acid" theory. There, a mysterious and strange acid was accountable for all the undiagnosed states.

This does not mean that allergy does not exist. Certainly there is a body reaction of a strange group given a title, allergy. More precisely, there are two such groups: those on the surface of the body, those localized to the face to the feet or skin allergy, those inhabiting the chest, throat and nose regions, or respiratory allergy. These two groups contain most allergic reactions.

In the respiratory system, there are general conditions such as hay fever, asthma and sinusitis. Although these conditions are centered on the respiratory system, there are some symptoms (especially hay fever and sinus symptoms) such as water, red and puffs under severe attacks, for example in the eyes. There are good reasons to think that these specific allergies are related to vitamin C deficiency. Like the B complex, low-potency (natural) vitamin C tablets have been found to be beneficial in the treatment of such allergies.

As an example, skin allergy, urticaria and rash rash are related to the body's peracid condition to some extent. This is not to be confused with "a mysterious acid" a hundred years ago. It was accused of being useful for most diseases. The acid I speak is generated in the body and is consumed everyday in my daily diet. Balanced intake and reasonable diet in natural form do not support peracid state. In order to defeat this condition when it already exists in the body, it is necessary to cleanse the system thoroughly.

herbal purgative (1-2 days for 3 days); mild enema (once daily, 1 week) and natural return provide the thrombus required by the peracid condition. The recommendation included a day-to-day natural bath, which placed particular emphasis on affected areas. The pressure (drying) bath in the affected area and the mild (less active) rubbing following the bath were effective. When the skin was specifically dry, a few drops of olive oil was applied.

Patients with cutaneous allergy were advised to soften the water used for bathing with a cup of starch. Sodium bicarbonate is alkaline, it dries over time and has a destructive effect, so it should not be used to soften water for sensitive skin.

Dry skin should not be soaked frequently or for long periods. The bus should be done quickly, and olive oil helps to relieve the loss of skin oil. Public baths should be spoiled as a substitute for daily water baths that may be frequently disliked.

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