Allergies and Hypersensitivities: Natural Homeopathic Treatment

Are you sensitive to perfume smells, tobacco, diesel fumes, paint or other elements? Do certain foods cause you discomfort? Are you feeling hypersensitive to everything—that is almost everything? Do these sensitivities place parameters around your quality of life and limit your enjoyment of food and places?

Your hyper sensitivities can be addressed and reduced without you having to reduce your food choices to 15 items or less and without you having to avoid visiting malls or amusement parks.

There are several Homeopathic remedies that I have found to be very effective in treating hypersensitivity in my Homeopathic practice: Sulphur, Colubrina, Natrum Muriaticum, Ignatia Amara, Calcarea Carb, and Candida Albicans. The two most effective remedies are: Ignatia Amara and Candida Albicans.

Ignatia Amara comes from the St. Ignatius bean and is used for a marked hypersensitivity of all senses. The patient could experience trouble with swallowing, certain smells, food sensitivities, and even sensitivities to being touched. Grief is usually an underlying emotional cause. The grief is either a result of loss of love due to a death, or break up in a relationship or disappointment in expectations. Melancholy, sadness, introspectiveness and worry are emotions that are often exhibited. The nervous system is sometimes affected with trembling or panic attacks. Ignatia is well indicated if the person also has, combined with the hyper sensitivities, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia or is a woman going through menopause.

Candida Albicans is a nosode which is taken from the yeast Candida Albicans and is prepared homeopathically by pharmaceutical companies. People who have high levels of Candida in their bodies often have food and environmental allergies. Candida is a natural fungus found in the body. When there is an overgrowth, the micro flora of the intestines is disrupted and digestive disorders can result. The overgrowth is largely due to the person having too many antibiotics and not replenishing the system with probiotics. The Candida remedy is known to help heartburn, itchy ears, digestive disturbances, sinus problems, hypersensitivity to smells and food allergies.

The ability to reduce high levels of sensitivity to foods and to environmental allergies is made available through certain homeopathic remedies which address underlying causes. The causes may be viruses, bacteria, fungus or other toxins such as chemicals or heavy metals.

It is best to consult a Homeopathic practitioner who can take your case and decide on the most appropriate homeopathic remedy and potency for your health condition.

Pam Nori is a Homeopathic practitioner in Orillia, Ontario and uses homeopathic methods of assessment and treatment of the whole person. The information on this web page is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure an illness or a disease of a reader. Pam views Homeopathy as a complementary health care system and recognizes the importance of people also seeing their physicians. Pam takes consultations via the phone. See her web site for more information.

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