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GVS
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I am running out of antihistamines I'm not allergic to and am becoming allergic to all my supplements and foods as well.

If I could just find some antihistamines I could absorb and rotate, things would calm down.

The antihistamines I can tolerate at this time are Standard Processes's Antronex, the herb Stinging Nettle, Pristine Nutraceuticals' AX(Aloe Vera), and farocompany.com's Xanthones (Mangosteen) Powder. These antihistamines aren't enough.

I have managed to become allergic to Vitamin C, quercetin, MSM, serrapeptase, grape seed extract, resveratrol, Cromolyn Sodium, astralagus, and bilbery.

For me to keep going until I can address my body's bigger problems that are causing me to have excess histamine in the first place, I have to be able to eat and take oral agents. I'd be interested in hearing anyone's positive experiences with other antihistamines.


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I can't take anything like those. I have to rely on OTC antihistamines.

You may be sensitive to salicylates and that would affect your ability to tolerate herbs and natural things.

Plants are a problem for me.

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Have you considered trying homeopathy? It is gentle on the body.
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