Allergies

HOW TO GET WELL THE DRUGLESS WAY

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First Draft © Dennis Rocke & Dr J. M. Mungavin 1983

Updated © Dennis Rocke 2022

ALLERGIES

An allergy is a capacity to react abnormally to specific substances which in most people cause no reaction at all. This is a general word used for all kinds of hypersensitivity’s. The specific substance that causes the allergy is the allergen, for example some babies under 12 months old have allergies to some baby foods such as cow’s milk, cereals or meat. Whatever it is in the makeup of one of these that cause the allergy is the allergen. Some processed foods contain chemical additives and cause allergies. House dust and house mites can also cause allergies. A person can be allergic to almost anything.

FACTS ABOUT ALLERGIES

Some scientists believe that too much alkaline is the cause of allergies. Take large doses of vitamin C when an allergy is acute as vitamin C is a natural anti-histamine. Other natural anti-histamines are vitamin E and vitamin B6. Histamine is the chemical that the body uses to react to allergies. It is over-production of histamine that causes the distressful reaction of an allergy, for example sneezing, eyes watering and rashes.

DIET

Start with a fast (fasting is fully explained at the end of PART 2 of this book) then follow the health diet that comes later in the book. Put emphasis on:

  • Beans
  • Buckwheat
  • Fruits
  • Nuts
  • Peas
  • Seeds
  • Soured milks
  • Vegetables
  • Whole grains
  • Yoghurt
Daily Supplements (Recommended)
Vitamin A  

Under doctor’s supervision take 20,000 iu on a daily basis

 

Vitamin B (complex)  

Take the dosage prescribed by the manufacturer; make sure it is of a natural high potency.

 

Vitamin B6  

As directed

 

Vitamin B12  

As directed

 

Vitamin C  

3,000 mg daily

 

Vitamin E  

500 iu daily

 

Pantothenic Acid  

150 mg

 

Pollen Tablets  

As directed

 

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