Allergies and Asthma

An allergy is an immunitary immediate reaction that occurs when the immune system’s defense mechanism misidentifies a usually harmless substance (allergen). This inappropriate reaction to a harmless substance is called “Hypersensitivity”. The allergen causes the immune system to produce immunoglobulin Type E (IgE).

Genetically the following factors are connected: HLA-A1, B4, B8 and DQ3.

Inhalational allergies can be grass and tree pollens, spores from molds, house-dust mites, and animal dander. Contact allergies invoke a skin reaction after contact (latex, rubber, grain).

In allergic or asthmatic people we often find the following viral infections:
RS-Virus (respiratory syncytial virus), Parvovirus B19, Herpes Virus type I and II, Adenovirus, Picornavirus, Epstein Barr Virus;

Some of the bacterial infections include:
Chlamydia pneumoniae, Mycoplasma pneumoniae or Streptococcus pneumoniae (pneumococcus);
Fungal infections can be:
Aspargillus fumicatus and of course the Candida type of fungi.

The asthma / vaccination connection should not be dismissed. Many people have sudden asthma attacks after receiving a vaccination.

Therapy

Change of diet, evaluation of nutrition intolerance, milieu change of the intestine, treatment of viral loads according to diagnostic results, Micro immunotherapy, detox of vaccinations, and homeopathy, helpful herbal remedy e.g. evening primrose, borage oil and Rapuani®.

There is a direct connection between nutrition allergies and cow’s milk protein, fish and sea food protein, legumes, grains (particularly wheat) as well as food additives.

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