Histaminova intolerancia a migreny.

Na histaminovu intoleranciu pozri napr na clanok
http://www.judytsafrirmd.com/histamine-intolerance-gaps-and-low-carb/
tam mas uvedene jedla, co alebo obsahuju bielkoviny vyvolavajuce histaminovu reakciu(najma produkty kvasenia a starnutia potravin) alebo potraviny, co prinutia telo vylucit  extra histaminy
Doplnky, co rozkladaju histaminove zlozky v jedlach  a v krvi su napr produkt pod menom Daosin, rakusky produkt, tu je dostat ako napr
http://www.swansonvitamins.com/swanson-ultra-daosin-300-mcg-30-caps
Spravna davka je asi 10 000 HDU, aby si v krvi dosiahla vyssiu davku, ako 80 HDU na mililiter.
DAO vyraba nasa pecen povacsine, a ked nevytvori dost, tak ma clovek histaminovu reakciu po roznych jedlach
Prejavuje sa rozne, od ocervenenia, cez bolesti zaludka, hnacky az po caste migreny.

Histaminova intolerancia je okrem ineho zodpovedna az za 87% migren, co je pre mna velmi prekvapivy novy vyskum.
Vzdy som si myslel, ze migreny su zo zamorenia sposobeneho najma prilis pomalym posunom jedla v traviacom trakte a nedostatkom vody, co vyvola zamorenie tela. Ze to ma velmi vela spolocne s histaminami, to predtym podla mojich vedomosti  nikto nespominal.
 Ale aj pomaly posuv jedla v traviacom trakte vyvolava  extra rozklady roznymi mikrobami, ktore tak isto mozu vytvarat rozne bielkoviny a ine latky  pre nas cudzie, co moze stimulovat vylucovanie histaminov. Takze ono je to akosi prepojene navzajom.
Histaminove reakcie a zapaly su vyvolane roznymi zamoreniami.
Antihistaminy z prirody su napr quercitin(2x1 gram) , vitamin C(3 gramy
denne, postupne brat),boswelin(2x500 mg) a samozrejme rozne enzymi, z
ktorych napr bromelain nielen cisti telo od zamorenia(bielkovinne
zhluky) ale aj tlmi "mast" cely(bunky produkujuce histamin).
Protizapalove su najma curcumin((3 gramy denne) , dumbier(2 gramy
cerstveho), boswelicka kyselina, GLA,rybacie oleje , a samozrejme rozne
enzymi.

Na niektore latky si telo vie postupne navyknut, ked mu das moznost a
zacnes s velmi nizkymi davkami(desenzitizacia, tj znecitlivenie).

Inac alergie su velmi komplexna zalezitost, aj v potravinach a doplnkoch
su rozne latky, aj pridavne latky, farbiva,konzervanty, desikanty,
kapsule atd , to vsetko moze u niekoho vyvolat alergiu. Nepomoze nic,
ako doslova mravenco postupne skusat vselico, kym sa ti podari odmorit
telo, potom by mali alergie zmiznut az na mozna zopar, ktore mozu mat aj
perfektne zdravi ludia.
Inac silny antihistamin je aj enzym, ktory rozklada v tele histaminy,
pod nazvom diamine oxidaze, najdes ho napr v
http://www.iherb.com/Naturally-Vitamins … DQodd2QOkQ

tiez tu: http://www.swansonvitamins.com/NV013/ItemDetail?n=0

Co sa tyka enzymov, tych je velke mnozstvo a preto treba vyskusat rozne
silne enzymaticke zmesi aby clovek nasiel, ktora z nich mu robi
najlepsie, kedze zatial este je velmi tazko zistit, co vlastne cloveku
chyba, az na dnes zrejme, ako lepok a mlieko.
Na vytvaranie enzymov v tele velmi priaznivo posobi dodanie extra jodu,
napr transdermalne, 10 kvapiek jodovej tinktury na spodok brucha alebo
pod pazuchu raz tyzdenne.

Tu je aspon jeden clanok na rozne alergie, ako sa prejavuju, niektore su
oneskorene az 72 hodin, po zobrati jedla, ktore telo nevie spracovat
poriadne, tiez ine dovody alergii
http://www.woodmed.com/FoodAllergy.htm
Tam sa spomina aj desenzitizacia, aspon naznakom a je tam odvolanie na
ine clanky a vyskumne spravy.
 
Dopísal administrátor:
 

Nasaler a alergická nádcha

Nasaler je prírodný prostriedok pre alergickej nádchy.

Nasaler ® obsahuje kombináciu kurkumy extraktu alebo kurkumín ( Curcuma longa L.) a prírodné quercetin extrahované z Sophora japonica L. (Pagoda strom alebo čínsky učenec strom) obe prítomné vo forme 95% čistoty. Je to tiež posilnené Vitamínom D , ktorý je potrebný pre zdravý imunitný systém.

 

Tieto aktívne princípy pôsobia na príznaky alergickej nádchy , spôsobené inhalačnými látkami (napr. peľom, roztočmi, spórami plesní) a pomáhajú k úľave od:

 

 

Histaminy a drazdive latkyn v jedlach sa vytvaraju mikrobiallnymi 
procesmi, najma kvasenim, hnitim a vseobecne "starnutim" . Cerstve jedla 
maju malokedy vysoke hodnoty histaminov
Dam sem aspon orientacne tabulky na obsah histaminov v roznych jedlach
http://www.food-intolerance-network.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=28&Itemid=35 
Dakedy si ludia zamienaju histaminovu reakciu s palou, citi sa to dost 
podobne. Ja som mal roky palu od sampanskeho napriklad, a vzdy som si 
myslel, ze je to z obsahu cukru v nom, az teraz si uvedomujem, ze po 
napr sladkej zmrzline som ten palivy pocit nemal
Rekapitulujem na rozne typy alergii:

Na vzdusne alergie je quercitin(3x500 mg) vitamin C, niekolko gramov, boswelin (2x500 mg) a rozne enzymi, najma bromelain.

Na rozne potravinove prislusne enzymi.
Na mliecne vyrobky, tj kazein a laktozu su zmesi pod menom Dairy Enzymes,
Na lepku(gluten) je len ciastocne ucinny enzym a dokonca dochadzaju aj kombinacie tychto dokopy napr firma Enzymatica(Gluten Ease, ucinkujuci na gluten a kazein) alebo Health science(Gluten/lactase)  maju take zmesy. 
Jednotlive mozete najst aj u Swansonvitamins a inych. 
Pridavaju sa aj do roznych multizlozkovych enzymov, ako napr od firmy NOW produkt Digest Platinum, ale tam pre pripady silnych alergii tych zloziek nie je dost.
Zase tato zmes ma hromadu roznych enzymov na odmorenie tela od roznych inych zamoreni.

Alergie mozu byt aj histaminoveho potravinoveho povodu, na to pomoze vyrobok ako Histame( DiAmine Oxidase), ktory obsahuje enzym(DAO) rozkladajuci histamin v jedlach. 
Alebo sa clovek musi vyhybat jedlam s vysokymi obsahmi histaminu....Ten sa vytvara v jedlach hlavne posobenim mikrobov, tj kvasenie, dlhe spravovavania, starnutie....
Vzdusne alergie su najcastejsie sposobene pelom, vytrusami plesni a
domacim zamorenim, najma tzv prachove alergie, ktore su vlastne alergie
sposobene domacim "prachom", ktory sa sklada nielen z ciastociek
nabytku, kobercov a jedla, ale aj z hromady vlasov a fliackov koze,
ktorej kazdy straca okolo jedneho gramu denne.
  Tato poskytuje mikroskopickym korovcom-roztocom, potravu a v dome sa
postupne zhromazduju ich zhodene koze a vykaly, ktore obsahuju dost
silne alergeny pre ludi. Viac napr v clanku
http://www.ehso.com/ehshome/dustmites.php#1What
Zda sa az neuveritelne ake vahy tento alergicky odpad za roky v byte
vazi, hlavne v starsich matracoch a poduskach je to znacne percento
vahy. A to pri vsetkej hygiene, vysavani, prani....
A sposobuju nielen vzdusne alergie, ale spominaju sa aj kozne problemy,
zapaly a dokonca eczemy a polypy v nose.
NOW uviedol dobry clanok na alergie, uvediem ho tu v anglictine.
Vseobecne rozne clanky nemozno len tak publikovat, ale kedze NOW je vyrobca doplnkov a uvadza
rozne clanky na podporu predaja a zaujmu o doplnky, ich clanky mozno reprodukovat.
Clanok spomina rozne ayurvedicke byliny, quercitin, v mraze susenu prhlavu, bajkalsku scutelariu, indicku
picorhiza curroa, zmes  a butter burr(petasites vulgaris= devetsil alebo pribuzny podbel, pouziva sa koren, dosial som ho videl spomenuty len proti boleniu hlavy) a zmes Aler 7(obsah( amla, harada, behada)=triphala plus lebbeck, piper nigrum=cierne korenie, pipper longum a dumbier)





Allergies: Natural Relief

By Gene Bruno, MS, MHS- Dean of Academics, Huntington College of Health Sciences, www.hchs.edu

Although generally not life-threatening, allergies can ruin a perfectly good day and make you miserable.  An allergy is an overreaction of the immune system to a substance called an antigen which is foreign to the body, but otherwise harmless (1)  (e.g., pollen from grasses and flowers, etc.).  In an allergic individual, the harmless antigen becomes an allergen; a substance that initiates an allergic reaction.  The term allergy is of Greek origin and means “abnormal response.”

According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of American, (2) allergies are the 6th leading cause of chronic disease in America with an annual cost exceeding $18 billion. Allergies are believed to complicate and even handicap the lives of nearly 50 million children and adults.  The symptoms, or allergic reactions, may include sneezing, watery eyes, and nasal congestion, as in hay fever and allergic rhinitis; a rash, stomach upset, and itchy swellings on the skin (hives), as in some food or drug allergies; spasms within the lungs that interfere with breathing, as in allergic asthma.

Conventional medicine offers various treatments for allergies, as does complementary and alternative medicine (CAM).  This article will focus on CAM treatments.  Before reviewing those treatments, however, let’s first take a look at what’s going on with the immune system whose overreaction causes the allergic reactions in the first instance.

The immune system and allergies

The body’s immune defenses may be grouped into two broad areas: nonspecific and specific.  These defenses provide you with your immunity; your ability to overcome the effects of certain harmful microorganisms (e.g., bacteria, viruses).  Non-specific defenses include certain mechanical and chemical factors in the skin and mucous membranes of the body (such as in the lungs) which are involved in combating the initial attempt of a microbe to invade.  The specific defenses involve the production of antibodies by certain organs of the immune system, including the thymus gland, bone marrow, the spleen, lymph nodes and the lymphatic system in general. (3,4)

Special white blood cells called macrophages are part of the non-specific immune defenses.  Macrophages are not found in the bloodstream but at locations where body organs interface with the environment or the bloodstream; for example, in the lungs, spleen, bone marrow and liver. Macrophages have special jobs including identifying foreign invaders (such as pollen or bacteria), and helping to determine if they are good guys or bad guys.  If the macrophages decide the foreign invader is a harmful microbe, then they may devour it.  If the macrophages wrongly identify harmless antigens as bad guys, then they set in motion inflammatory processes, including the activation of mast cells.(5)  Mast cells are found in tissues, and their contents (e.g., histamines, leukotrienes) along with those of basophils (mast cells counterparts in the blood), are responsible for the symptoms of allergy.

Although this is a very simplified explanation, and the allergic process involves other immune cells and activities, for our purposes this should provide sufficient background so that we can proceed into the discussion of CAM treatments for allergies.

Echinacea

Echinacea is an herb most popularly associated with treating or preventing the common cold and/or other respiratory infections.  However, a review (6) of scientific literature published between 1980 and 2003 revealed that Echinacea is one of the most common herbs used to treat upper respiratory tract allergies.  These applications make sense considering the fact that Echinacea has been shown to promote innate immune response. (7)  As a matter of fact, among the many pharmacological properties reported, macrophage activation has been demonstrated most convincingly.(8)  It is this property of acting on non-specific immunity that suggests a positive role for Echinacea in modulating immune function in allergies, (9) and offers support to Echinacea’s widespread use for this purpose.  Specifically, the concept is that if macrophages can do a better job at correctly identifying harmless antigenic substances (such as pollens) as being harmless rather than identifying them as foreign invaders (allergens), then the whole allergic process may be staved off in the first instance.

At this point is should be noted that there is a popular misconception that Echinacea should only be used for a limited period of time, since it will cease its effectiveness otherwise.  This misconception was based upon misinterpretations of a specific study on Echinacea which demonstrated decreased immune activity after about 10 days. (10)  However, if the study is carefully read, it is clear that the Echinacea was only administered for 5 days; after which point it was discontinued.  Only when it was discontinued did immune activity begin to decline; and even then is still remained elevated above normal for a few days.(11)  Furthermore, other research (as well as a history of traditional use) support the effectiveness of Echinacea when used for extended periods of time.(11)

Quercetin

Quercetin is a plant flavonoid with antihistamine and has anti-inflammatory properties.(12) In fact, flavonoids like quercetin have some of the most well-documented evidence published to date of natural compounds with regard to inhibitory action on mast cells and allergic symptoms; (13) and quercetin is thought to be the most effective antihistaminic and antiallergic flavonoid. (14)  In a Japanese study of mast cells from nasal mucosa of individuals with perennial allergic rhinitis, quercetin significantly inhibited histamine release.  Quercetin’s effect was almost twice that of the drug sodium cromoglycate at the same concentration. (15)  Quercetin acts by inhibiting the release of histamine and other inflammatory molecules from mast cells. (14)

Stinging Nettles

In a double-blind randomized study of 98 individuals with allergic rhinitis, 300 mg of freeze dried Stinging Nettles was rated higher than placebo by a significant degree in reducing allergic symptoms after taking it for one week.  Among the subjects, 58% rated it moderately or highly effective, and 48% indicated it was equally or more effective than previously used medicines.(16,17)  At least 600 mg daily is recommended.

Aller-7®

Aller-7®, a botanical formula consisting of seven medicinal plant extracts (P. emblica, T. chebula, T. Bellerica, A. lebbeck, P. nigrum, Z. officinale and P. longum) was developed to help counter the common symptoms of hay fever such as sneezing, running nose, itchy and watery eyes. Research has demonstrated the ability of Aller-7® to intervene in key processes that underlie the allergic response. It exhibits potent anti-histiminic, anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic (bronchial artery relaxation) and antioxidant activity, as well as the capacity to stabilize histamine-releasing mast cells. Broad spectrum safety has also been shown. Double-blind, placebo-controlled studies were subsequently conducted to assess its effectiveness. In the first study of 42 subjects, nasal symptom scores significantly improved over a 3-month period in those receiving Aller-7®. Finally, a multi-center clinical trial involving 545 patients was conducted for a 12-week period. Compared to those in the placebo group, patients taking Aller-7® experienced significant improvement in nasal congestion, sneezing, runny nose, peak nasal flow rate and mucocilliary clearance. These clinical findings support the safety and effectiveness of Aller-7® (18).

Picrorhiza

Picrorhiza kurroa is a well-known herb in the Ayurvedic (i.e., East Indian) system of medicine; used traditionally to treat disorders of the liver and upper respiratory tract, as well as other disorders.(19)  Research on bronchial obstruction has shown that constituents of Picrorhiza prevented allergen- and platelet activating factor-induced bronchial obstruction when given to guinea pigs; and other research shows that Picrorhiza inhibited histamine release. (20) When given to mice and rats, Picrorhiza extract resulted in a decrease in mast cell activity.(21) It is interesting to note that Picrorhiza has also been shown to have immunomodulating properties (22,23), which may be another mechanism by which it is beneficial for allergies.

Scutellaria

Scutellaria baicalensis, or Baikal Scullcap, is an herb used combinations in traditional Chinese medicine to treat allergies, and has been documented in research as such to treat allergic rhinitis.(24)  In in-vitro or test tube research anti-allergy actions have been documented with Scutellaria. (25)  In addition, Scutellaria has been shown to have an immunomodulating effect on certain cells in allergic individuals. (26)  Anti-allergenic components of Scutellaria have been shown to inhibit the release of inflammatory leukotrienes. (27)  Components of Scutellaria have also been shown to allergic contractions in the lungs of sensitized animals. (20)

Butterbur

As an extract, the herb Butterbur has been shown to be clinically efficient in the treatment of allergic rhinitis (hay fever). (28)  Research has demonstrated that Butterbur is effective in reducing allergic symptoms, as well as significantly reducing histamine and leukotrienes levels after only five days of use. (29)  As a matter of fact, the clinical efficacy of Butterbur extract was compared with an established antihistamine drug (cetirizine) in a double-blind study (30) to evaluate its effectiveness in the treatment of allergic rhinitis.  The results were that the Butterbur was equally as effective as the drug for this purpose, but without the sedative effects of the antihistamine.

Conclusion

If you think you’re bothered by allergies, but aren’t sure to what, you might want to get professionally evaluated and tested by an allergist.  In addition, the use of any or all of the aforementioned natural substances may help to provide you with significant relief from your allergic symptoms.

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2. Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, 2004.   Allergies.  Accessed November 19, 2004 from http://www.aafa.org/templ/display.cfm?id=304&sub=26.
3. Tortora G, Anagnostakos N.  Principles of Anatomy and Physiology. New York: Harper & Row; 1981:540-49.
4. Curtis H. Biology. New York:Worth Publishers; 1983:746-61.
5. Silbernag S, Lang F. Color Atlas of Pathophysiology. Stuttgart: Thieme; 2000:42-48.
6. Bielory L. Complementary and alternative interventions in asthma, allergy, and immunology. Annals of allergy, asthma & immunology 2004; 93(2 Suppl 1):S45-54.
7. Bauer R, Hoheisel O, Stuhlfauth I, Wolf H. Extract of the Echinacea  purpurea herb: an allopathic phytoimmunostimulant.  Wiener medizinische  Wochenschrift 1999 ; 149(8-10):185-9
8. Barrett B. Medicinal properties of Echinacea: A critical review.   Phytomedicine 2003; 10(1):66-86.
9. Mills S, Bone K. Principles and Practice of Phytotherapy.  Edinburgh: Churchill Livingston; 2000:354.
10. Jurcic K, Melchart D, Holzmann M, Martin P, et al. Zwei Probandenstudien zur Stimulierung der Granulozyten-phagozytose durch Echinacea-Extrakt-haltige Präparate. Z Phytother 1989;10(2):67-70.
11. Bone K. Echinacea: When Should It Be Used? Alt Med Rev 1997; 2(6):451-458.
12. Quercetin. Healthnotes Online 2004. Delicious Living: New Hope Natural Media.  Accessed November 22, 2004 from http://www.deliciouslivingmag.com/healthnotes/healthnotes.cfm?ContentID=2904007.
13. Theoharides T.C.; Bielory L. Mast cells and mast cell mediators as targets of dietary supplements. Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology 2004; 93(2 SUPPL 1):S24-S34.
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25. Lee H-B, Oh JW, Chung YH, Choi Y, Shin IC, Lee JS. Immunomodulator effects of herbal Scutellaria baicalensis extract on cytokine production by Der p I-specific CD4+ cells in atopic individuals. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 2000; 105(1 part 2):S151.
26. Homma M, Minami M, Taniguchi C, Oka K, Morita S, Niitsuma T, Hayashi T. Inhibitory effects of lignans and flavonoids in Saiboku-To, a herbal medicine for bronchial asthma, on the release of leukotrienes from human polymorphonuclear leukocytes. Planta Medica 2000; 66(1):88-91.
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Alergia na laktozu sa da celkom uspesne adresovat branim enzymu laktazy.

Lepok je vacsi problem, ale aj na to maju dnes prve pomocne enzymi, ktore sice nepracuju perfektne, ale aspon pomozu ludom s miernou alergiou, pripadne aj celiacom na precistenie nahodou zamorenych criev, ked zjedia omylom jedlo  s lepkom.
http://www.swansonvitamins.com/SWU363/ItemDetail?n=
Používateľ
Denz
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04.11.09 14:35
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Ahoj RNG-

Moja dcera ma uz dlhe roky problem s alergiou takmer na vsetko v prirode....

Ma ale aj problem s extremne velmi suchou pokozkou na tele....

Co by bolo vhodne uzivat?

Dakujem ti za radu.

a fandím ti aj nadalej.

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RNG
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04.11.09 18:57
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Denz, alergie su z toho, ze telo nevie niektore latky z potravin rozlozit a tie sa hromadia v tele, kym dosiahnu neunosne hladiny, Potom staci len ako sa hovori "posledna kvapka aby pretiekol pohar"

Preto pomoc na to je precistenie tela a to robia v tele enzymi a rozne rozpustidla, najma voda a absorbenty v crevach

Takze pre ludi s alergiamy odporucam pouzivat silne enzymi, pripadne aj kyseliny, lebo cast velkych nestravenych zamorujucich latok v tele(zhluky) su prave kvoli zlemu traveniu z nedostatku kyselin.

Nuz a ked sme pri tom zlom traveni, treba aj vlakniny, ktore mechanicky cistia a absorbuju rozne neziaduce latky v crevach a vynesu ich von. A pri tej prilezitosti je dobre nasadit aj probiotika, ktore napomahaju travit, vytvaraju hromady protilatok proti mikroorganizmom, ktore produkuju toxiny pre nase telo a tym poskodzuju jeho chod.

Mozno to vyzera, ako ze sa vraciam stale na tu istu temu, ale zialbohu v principe telo pracuje len zo vstrebanych zivin, cisti sa enzymami, vodou, absorbentami, pripadne nasou obrannou armadou bielych krviniek.

Takze vyber potravin a travenie je absolutne klucova zalezitost pre vsetko v tele a niekto to potrebuje doplnit-napravit, lebo ma ten proces v niecom poskodeny=nedostatkovy.

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helenaxxx
24/01/2008 20:48
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Hodnotný prispievateľ RNG
24/01/2008 23:43
Ohlásiť adminovi clarinase je adresovane na alergie, ak isto proti alergiam pracuje quercitin(2x500 mg, obsah asi jednej cibule), vitamin C(2 +gramy), bromelain(2x600 gdu), zazvor=dumbier, 1 gram cerstveho pakorena, GLA z pupalkoveho/borakoveho oleja...)
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Pri ďaľších nákupoch zľava 5% z aktuálneho nákupu a 5% z predošlého, pri zadaní kódu ZAL259.
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Pri prvom odbere zľava 5$.nákup do 100$, 10$ nákup nad 100$.
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