Research Shows an 80% Increase of Histamine in Celiac Mucosa. Where Do Can You Find Relief from the Symptoms of Spring?
The season of new life and fresh starts can also bring symptoms that slow us down. Pollen counts from blooming plants, trees, and flowers can increase histamine in the body and cause sneezing, itching and watery eyes. High histamine is the sixth leading cause of health issues in people of all ages, according to the CDC.
For people who have gluten sensitivities, it is even more problematic. Research shows an 80% increase of histamine in the celiac mucosa1. How do you address such a burden on the immune system? First, let’s take a look at symptoms associated with high histamines.
High Histamine Symptoms:
- Heightened Emotions
- Dark Thoughts
- Feeling Anxious
- Being Defiant or Destructive
- Anger and Aggression
- Obsessive Behaviors
- Craving Salt
- Excessive Urination
- Falling Asleep Late and Waking Up Early
- Bathroom Accidents (especially at night)
- Chronic Erections
An imbalance of histamine in the body is often the result of inefficient adrenal, liver and immune function. Supporting these organ systems and utilizing ingredients found in The Detox Quartet to balance the histamine response can bring relief very quickly.
The formulas in this kit including Loving Energy®, Liver Life®, CytoFlora® and NDF Plus® provide the following benefits:
- Medicinal mushrooms such as Reishi(1), Agaricus Blazei(2) and Maitake(3) are well known for inhibiting an excessive histamine response. All three medicinal mushrooms are considered adaptogenic, giving the body what it requires, whether it is deficient or excessive in a particular area. Much of the beneficial activity takes place via the Hypothalamic/Pituitary/Adrenal axis. These regulate the immune system and the body’s response to stressors such as particulates in the air.
- Licorice Root(4) encourages the production of certain hormones by the adrenal glands and reduces irritations.
- Chlorella(5,6) suppresses the release of histamine and supports a healthy immune response.
- Probiotics are natures immunity wonder. They are beneficial microbes that live in raw, cultured, and fermented foods such as sauerkraut, yogurt (with live cultures), veggies of all kinds, chlorella, and probiotic supplements. These friendly “bugs” are our first line of defense against seasonal issues as 80% of the immune system lives in the intestines.
The Detox Quartet is an easy step by step kit for adults and children and is recommended by healthcare practitioners nationwide. It has a positive impact on strengthening the immune system, the liver and adrenals while removing environmental toxins. All of these components are necessary for the a healthy histamine response. You’ll notice an increase in energy and a decrease in irritating symptoms all year long, including the histamine rich days of spring!
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- Hiroshi Kohda, Wakako Tokumoto, Kiyoe Sakamoto, Michiko Fujii, Yuko Hirai, Kazuo Yamaski, Yasuo Komoda, Hideo Nakamura, Shigemasa Ishihara, Masaru Uchida. The Biologically Active Constituents of Ganoderma lucidum (FR.) KARST. Histamine Release-Inhibitory Triterpenes. Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin Vol. 33 (1985) No. 4 P 1367-1374 Pub. 1984. June 26.
- Kim JK1, Oh SM, Kwon HS, Oh YS, Lim SS, Shin HK. Anti-inflammatory effect of roasted licorice extracts on lipopolysaccharide-induced inflammatory responses in murine macrophages. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 2006 Jul 7;345(3):1215-23. Epub 2006 May 15.
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Published at Sat, 13 May 2017 17:00:00 +0000