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trish44
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anyone else have this problem?  I have a cyst in the outer corner of my eye, under  the skin, not noticable except a bump that comes up when there is something in the air that I am allergic to.  It is pretty well down most of the time, and when it is up I feel irritation in that eye, sort of burning, grainy feeling.  I went to the eye dr. several months ago when my daughter insisted, and that dr. told me it was allergies, and nothing could be done and charged me $100.  I want to be prepared for the spring, as it seems to be from the cedar pollen in the air late winter and early spring.  Any suggestions?  I bought some nettle tea, but is there anything else?


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Quercitan and NAC...allergies also stem from the gut so I would also suggest you try Intrinsa from NAP to heal your gut.

If you have any white horizontal lines that go across your finger tips then It would indicate a gut permeabilty issue which causes allergies...Intrinsa will heal this along with eating Ghee

Lastly...good clean water on an empty stomach or 1 hour away from meals...water is a natural anti histamine....your body releases histamine in your body when the body is dehydrated


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get a hold of the 'allergies' book to refine your food choices, also.


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Thank you both.  I am taking NAC and recently started quercetin.  In fact, it seems better since I began taking it.  I bought the Intrinsia, but have difficulty remembering to take it.  I don't see any white lines on my finger tips.  I see lines, but they are just the normal flesh color.  I plan to make some Ghee this weekend, too.  Thanks so much.  


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by white lines, they mean, white lines forming on your finger prints.......not visible white lines.

Tom s blog will help:
http://www.dadamo.com/bloggers/24/archives/00000039.htm


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Ok, fingerprints.  Does one do this with ink?  I have never had my fingerprints done.  It did not explain that in the link.  I am anxious to try it, and want my daughter to do it also.  She is developing Meniere's disease....and I think it may be a food issue.


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Lastly...good clean water on an empty stomach or 1 hour away from meals...water is a natural anti histamine....your body releases histamine in your body when the body is dehydrated


Good info Mike.........just one more reason to get that required amount of water down.  



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''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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Very interesting.  Since I didn't see anything about 'taking' the fingerprints.  I assume one just looks at them.  Silly me.    I do see horizontal lines on the fingertips.  Is that what I am looking for?


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Try reading the two threads in the News From North American Pharmacal forum.


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That is what I was looking for.  I did a search, but it did not find anything.  Thanks, that helps!


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