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Anaphylaxis - Prevention & Curing Protocol

About Anaphylaxis

What is Anaphylaxis?

Anaphylaxis is the severe and potentially deadly allergic reaction.
It is a sudden, severe allergic reaction that involves the whole body.
If the condition is not treated immediately with injected adrenaline, and possibly also an antihistamine injected into a vein, or even steroids intravenously in very severe cases, the outcome can be extreme breathlessness, gross swelling of the body (particularly the wind pipe), heart failure and death.
Anaphylaxis is usually manifested through constriction or narrowing of the airways and the blood vessels, resulting in difficult breathing, rapid pulse, a fall in blood pressure, and even cardiovascular collapse and shock. Anaphylaxis is a critical medical emergency requiring immediate injections of the hormone epinephrine, which opens the airways and blood vessels. It is also treated with antihistamines, and steroids, among other medications.
You can prevent most Anaphylaxis attacks by keeping your liver clean.

The general causes of Anaphylaxis.
Anaphylaxis is usually caused by inability of your liver to handle some foreign substance.

Anaphylaxis attack can be triggered by a number of factors:

Violent reaction following the eating of food. Peanuts, nuts, shellfish, milk, eggs, and fish are the foods that most commonly cause anaphylactic reactions.
A reaction to a drug.
As a result of skin testing or immunotherapy.
Insect stings are also sometimes responsible for anaphylactic shock.

Who is most likely to have an Anaphylaxic Reaction?
Anyone who suffer from asthma or food allergies may be at an increased risk for having a life-threatening reaction involving the respiratory tract.
However, food allergy tends to occur in children under five years old, who commonly have atopic eczema and a family history of asthma and/or eczema. It is an uncommon cause of adverse reactions to food in adults. Anaphylaxis is also often experienced by people who have a history of allergies and therefore have memory cells ready to provoke an immediate and widespread allergic response as soon as an allergen is detected in the body.

What happens during an Anaphylactic Reaction and how does the body try to combat the allergy?

During an anaphylactic reaction the body tries to handle a foreign substance the best it can. It sends out an army of chemicals including histamine to combat the invader or "allergen". These chemicals are released throughout the whole body, including the lungs, mouth, eyes, throat, stomach, and skin, causing an allergic reaction in each area. The allergic reaction takes place on a cellular level. When the allergen enters the body, it stimulates the production of cells called B lymphocytes. Once the allergen locks onto the B lymphocyte, the B lymphocyte then rapidly and repeatedly divides, creating hundreds of new cells called plasma cells that release substances called antibodies or immunoglobulins in massive amounts. These antibodies attempt to render allergens harmless in a number of different ways. If the allergen produces a toxin, for instance, the antibody may be able to directly neutralise the harmful substance. Or, antibodies can force enemy microbes together into a clump, allowing other immune system cells such as T lymphocytes to rapidly destroy them.

After the crisis that stimulated their release is over, antibodies circulate in the body for some time, then die off. At the same time that activated the B lymphocytes into producing antibodies, they also produced "memory cells". These cells can immediately recognise the specific allergen that first provoked their production. When that allergen re-enters the body, memory cells quickly stimulate an immune system reaction to mount a quick response to try and destroy it as quickly as possible.

How people feel when they are about to have an Anaphylactic Reaction and what symptoms occur when this happens.
Most people who have had an allergic reaction first sense a feeling of foreboding - their body does not feel ‘right’. Early symptoms of anaphylaxis may include itchiness of palms or soles, faintness, feeling of generalised warmth, tingling, or metallic taste in the mouth, throat or chest discomfort, and breathing difficulty. Advanced symptoms of anaphylaxis may include facial swellings, hives, breathing difficulty, choking or coughing, vomiting or stomach upset, dizziness, loss of consciousness, diarrhoea, cramping and a drop in blood pressure. These symptoms can occur in as little as 5 to 15 minutes, but life-threatening reactions may progress over hours.

What people should do if they are having an Anaphylactic Reaction.
If you are having an anaphylactic reaction, get help immediately! You should try to stop the reaction as soon as possible.
Sometimes, 2 glasses of water with 2 tbsp of epsom salt will stop the reaction.
Sometimes, 2 glasses of water with 2 tbsp of unrefined sea salt will stop the reaction.

Sometimes, you will need an epinephrine (adrenaline) injection to help stop the reaction. You must then immediately go to the nearest emergency room or hospital for treatment. Epinephrine buys you little time until they can get professional help.

Most Anaphylactic Reactions can be prevented by curing allergies, by increasing liver health and bowel health.

If you are severely allergic, carry a supply of epinephrine (adrenaline), available via prescription as an EpiPen® or AnaKit®, at all times. Cleanse your liver every 7 days!!
Keep epinephrine in several places where you are often.

People should teach themselves, and other family members how to use the epinephrine kit. Practice until the directions for its use are second nature.
Wear a Medic Alert® bracelet or necklace noting your allergy in case you become unconscious during a severe reaction.

What medication can be used to control and prevent Anaphylactic Reactions?
The most common treatment, once anaphylaxis is established, is an injection of adrenaline which restores the blood circulation. Any other medication is too slow. Adrenaline is available via prescription in the form as an EpiPen® or AnaKit®, and a supply should be carried by the sufferer at all times. There are also other medications which can be used in less severe cases, these include steroids, antihistamines, and cortisone.

How Doctors test for Anaphylaxis on people.
If you suspect you are suffering from a serious allergic reaction, ask your doctor’s advice or an allergy clinic. You should be ready to answer a wide range of questions about your day-to-day life. Any of the following methods may be used to identify the cause of your allergy.

Skin Tests
Skin tests involve introducing into the skin (usually behind the forearm or on the back) a small quantity of very pure allergens and in known concentrations. There are three methods which are:

Cuti-reaction or scratch-test: the doctor makes a tiny cut or superficial incision and then deposits a tiny drop of allergen inside.
Intradermoreaction: the allergen is injected by syringe (with a very fine needle) under the skin. This is considered quite dangerous as there is a greater risk of anaphylactic shock.
Prick test (the most common): this involves placing a drop of allergen on the skin and then making a tiny injection through it using a needle point.

In all three tests, very dilute preparations of allergens are used. In all three cases the reaction can be read after 20 minutes. If the reaction is positive, the medicine will observe a pimple, or tiny swelling, an erythema (redness) or pruritus (rash).

Blood Tests
The most common used blood test is the estimation of specific IgE (immunoglobulin E) in the blood. It involves detecting the presence of these antibodies directed against allergens present in the environment. IgE testing is carried out on a sample of blood serum taken from the patient by needle. There is no need to fast before the blood test. This method is based on the use of tiny confetti made of purified allergens. In the presence of the allergic patient’s serum, these allergens and the IgE serum will link up making an antigen-allergen complex. A very refined analysis technique will then reveal the reaction and determine how acute it is. One advantage of this method is that the patient does not have to come into direct contact with the allergen, therefore suffering less.

Inductive Tests
The principle behind the inductive test is to reproduce the symptoms of the allergic reaction by bringing the patient into contact with the suspected allergen. If the reaction occurs, it can be concluded that the allergen used is the culprit.

These induction tests are only carried out when there is a discrepancy between the case study, skin tests and the results of the biological examination (e.g. specific IgE tests). They must be carried out in special centres as their interpretation is difficult and they may involve risk.

What you should do if you see someone having an Anaphylactic Shock.

If you should see someone having an anaphylactic reaction, you should attend to them immediately, as that persons life may be in danger. Here is what you should do:

Lie the person down and raise the feet.
Clear the airway and give oxygen by mask if available.
Administer the Adrenaline auto-injector as instructed.
Ring for ambulance and state clearly that the person is having an anaphylactic reaction and requires rapid transfer to hospital via Intensive Care Ambulance.

Suggestions as to how children with Anaphylaxis can still participate in normal school life.

Teachers and students should be educated about anaphylaxis and be aware that this is life threatening. Teacher and students should be aware of who the child is that has anaphylaxis, and what that person is allergic to. The teachers should also be told what to do if an anaphylactic reaction occurs at school. When teachers give out sweets as treats, they need to be aware of the child with food allergies, so as not to give allergenic foods to these children. Also, when birthday parties are celebrated in the Class-room, the child with food allergies should not miss out in the celebrations because they can not share in the food. Perhaps, the birthday child’s parent could make provisions for the person with food allergies, or the anaphylactic child’s parent could bring in some food to replace that provided by the birthday person. Children with anaphylaxis should be given the opportunity to lead as normal lives as possible, as long as others around them are aware and responsible. The School Canteen Manager and her staff also need to be educated about children who have food allergies, and explain what anaphylaxis is to them. They need to know the composition of the foods they sell, so that if a child asks, "Does it contain any dairy products?", they can answer knowledgeably. They might also carry a range of foods for people with food allergies, so that they are not discriminated against.


Reference List.

Brostoff, J., and Gamlin, L., (1989), The Complete Guide to Food Allergy and Intolerance, Bloomsbury publishing Limited.

Hibberd, J., (1995), The Great Allergy Detective Book, Bookman Press.

Mumby, K., (1993), The Complete Guide to Food Allergies and Environmental Illness, An Imprint of Harper Collins Publishers.

Rothfeld, G., and Levert, S., (1997), Natural Medicine for Allergies, Rodale Press, Inc.

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Steel, M., (1986), Understanding Allergies, Consumers’ Association and Hodder & Stoughton.


Muñoz-Furlong, A., (1992), Just One Little Bit Can Hurt! Important Facts About Anaphylaxis, The Food Allergy Network.

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This  Anaphylaxis Prevention and/or Curing Protocol is for people who are ready to take the full responsibility for their own health.

"The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person doing it."
Chinese Proverb.

The protocol incorporates lifestyle change, and implements healthy diet, body cleansing, exercises and different traditional and natural therapies. Protocol contains links to other pages that give detail explanation for each part of this program. Please, follow the links, to fully understand all the words. Remember: There is always something that can be done! The first thing to do is to change your mood. If you are depressed, if you are unhappy, you can not be healthy. Advice: start with the Laughing cure!

Laughing provides us with the natural inner massage, and through change of mood it can account for up to 30% of cure!


The Anaphylaxis Cause

To understand The Anaphylaxis Prevention and Curing Protocol, you should first get familiar with The Anaphylaxis Cause

Now, I assume that you know something about what is causing Anaphylaxis, so we can continue with the Anaphylaxis program.

Anaphylaxis Diet

Let's start with most simple part of this program: Anaphylaxis diet. When it comes to diet, it is very important to avoid eating  Toxins  and   Foods that Kill. Please follow those links and learn what are The Toxins I am talking about and what are those  " Foods that Kill". Now, important part of your diet should also be  Water Cure.  Please, become familiar with  Water Cure. Your Diet should contain: Foods That Heal, Vegetable juicesFats that HealUnrefined Sea Salt. Also, try to understand food tolerance. You can not find the right Anaphylaxis diet, unless you fully understand and learn about food tolerance.

Take some time to implement and learn all what you have read here, and then continue reading further.

Body Cleansing (Anaphylaxis)

Now, let's start with body cleansing. Body cleansing is extremely important part of every prevention and curing program. You are guessing: "Dietary changes you made are also a form of cleansing." But, most people need more then this, especially when it comes to liver health. Body Cleansing is even important for children. Our internal organs can hold a lot toxins, and sometimes, it is impossible to get those toxins out, without doing cleansing. Our liver can contain hundreds of intrahepatic stones. Those stones will block bile flow, and affect the bases of your health, your digestion. Another problem are parasites. You must learn as much as possible about parasites. And, don't forget also dental toxins.

Let start with cleansing program. You are suppose to do cleansing in this order:

  1. Bowel cleanse with parasite cleanse
  2. Dental cleanup (if you can afford it)
  3. Kidney Cleanse and
  4. Liver cleanse.

Body Cleansing for Adults:

  1. Bowel cleanse and Parasite cleanse !
  2. Dental cleanup - dental work may be one cofactor of your disease: amalgam, root canal, nickel crowns, cavitations (pocket inside jaw bone left after extraction of the wisdom and molar teeth )
  3. Kidney cleanse
  4. Liver cleanse and Gallbladder cleanse -liver flush!

Make sure you visit those pages and get more info. Dental cleanup can take many years. If you have a lot of dental metal, do not rush to replace it all at once.
Bowel cleanse should be done at least once a year.
Liver cleanse is a procedure that, for best results, should be repeated at least 6 - 10 times, every 2 or 3 weeks.
Kidney cleanse is simple and cheap, many herbs can be used to cleanse kidneys. If you have no kidney stones, even Water Cure could be enough!

Body Cleansing for kids:

  1. Parasites cleanse

  2. Dental cleanup .. Kids older then 8 may need dental cleanup (amalgam) and liver cleanse:

  3. Liver Cleanse - flush

Physical Activity (Anaphylaxis)

Physical Activity helps cleansing, it brings balance and relieves stress.
Psycho-physical activities will help you balance your body and will help you relief accumulated stress.  You will have to find a form of  exercise that suit you. I will just give you a few examples:

Mini Trampoline jumping - rebounding!
Walk or jog in the nature : Forest, Mountain , river /   sea / lake side, beach ... fishing, photo-safari, rowing, riding, golf, ...

Tai Chi, Chi Gong, Meditation ...
Yoga - Hatha, Meditation, Chinese Yoga ... 
Martial Arts: Karate, Judo, Kung Fu, Teakwood, Budokai, Uechi, Aikido ... 
Dancing, Aerobics, Gymnastics, Stretching ...
Swimming in non-chlorinated water !  ( Best in minerals rich water - Ocean ! )
Weight lifting,  ....

Do not exhaust yourself !

Do not exercise with full stomach !  (You may take a walk!)

Do not hurt yourself !

Sweating (Anaphylaxis)

Sweating is powerful way to cleanse your body from accumulated toxins.
- exercise with a lot of clothes
- Sauna
- drink warm tea in a hot room ...
- eat CAYENNE pepper! ...

It is known that some modern industrial toxins and pesticides can leave your body only through sweat glands!

Psychotherapy and Spiritual Therapy

Human body is not just this what we can se. There is more to it. To treat other level of us, to treat soul and to treat mind and unconscious parts of us, I suggest you Hellinger's therapy.

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