How to Treat those Nasty Allergies

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Allergy season is quickly approaching and many of you might be looking for some answers to help you through it all.

Why do we have allergies in the first place?

Allergies are your bodies reaction to an antigen (foreign particle) such as ragweed. If your body perceives these particles as a threat, it produces histamine.

Histamine is a chemical substance produced by your immune cells when they recognize these foreign particles. Histamine dilates blood vessels which then become more leaky. This causes your nose to run and eyes to water in addition to other symptoms like hives.

When allergy season begins, our body goes into a reactive mode. It becomes overwhelmed and histamine levels elevate to annoying levels. We can take histamine blockers like Benadryl that prevent histamine from being created.
Another approach is to calm down your immune response to these foreign particles that aren’t actually a threat.

By taking a specific class of enzymes and herbs, you can have a much more pleasant allergy season.

Another big part of keeping your allergies from getting out of control revolves around keeping your blood clean by supporting your kidneys.

Why the kidneys? They’re your body’s filter. When your kidneys are stressed, they don’t filter your blood properly and your body reacts to the toxins whether they’re toxins from normal metabolism or allergenic toxins.

Of course, drink lots of water to help your kidneys. Plus cut back on sugar which stresses your kidneys resulting in poor function as well.

If you start taking the two products I’m recommending a few weeks before your symptoms start, you might not even notice you have allergies.

The two products are KDY and GH3.

If you have any questions, please call and I’ll be happy to answer them the best I can.


About the Author:

Dr. Aberle has been in clinical practice since 1997. He's been using Advanced BioStructural Technique since 2006 as his primary method of treatment. In his spare time he enjoys computers, programming and electronics.
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