Freedom from Allergies



An allergy is an over-reaction or hypersensitivity of the body’s immune system to a certain substance caused by the disturbance in the energy pathway in the Meridian system. Most often, it is inherited from our parents due to genetics. Finding your root cause and eliminating it stops the symptoms for good. Skin allergy Treatment – Natural and Self Healing Technique.

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Skin Allergy is mostly caused by the psychosomatic/psychological state of the person at the time of the first exposure to a compound. For example, if one is in a state of Stress, Irrational, or living in fear for one’s life at the time you are exposed to a substance; then the body can make excess antigens to a substance thereby triggering a reaction. Allergy has a strong mental component.


Allergy is an immediate reaction of the immune system when we consume certain foods. When allergic, a person is unable to properly assimilate, process, and excrete a substance. Often the offending substance is a protein, in the form of a food, that the body cannot break down into its most usable components. Many symptoms of what we call an allergy are the body’s attempt to get rid of the offending substance.

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An Intolerance is a slow reaction. Most people take years to figure out if they have an intolerance to certain food. Every person has a tolerance level to a certain food, for example, when we consume milk – our body may be able to tolerate it on that particular day, but as we start consuming it on a daily basis, soon it crosses the tolerance level and becomes an intolerance. This skin allergy is most common in children as well as adults. 

It can be triggered by milk (lactose intolerance), soy, eggs, chocolate, shellfish, citrus fruits, and nuts (especially peanuts). Similarly, intolerance to gluten – a protein molecule in grain that gives it an elastic texture, which is present in large amounts in wheat, rye, barley, oats, and Spelt can cause many complications. Some of the root cause in eczema and skin rashes are attributed to the above two protein.

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Allergy affects the weakest organ system in the body. With a weak immune system, allergies and intolerances can affect the digestive system, respiratory system, dermal system or neural system. It takes many years with an intolerance to break out into symptoms in these areas. Finding the root cause and eliminating it is the key to overcoming allergies and food sensitivities.


Mothers milk helps build our immune system – a child with a compromised immune system can react to the proteins found in the milk, like Whey, Lactose, Casein, and Lactic Acid which is most often a primary cause for skin allergies. This can cause your child to itch severely, and constant itching can lead to a dry, thick and leathery skin texture that often breaks out into hives. One way to find out if your child has Lactose or Casein intolerance is by avoiding Mothers milk, Cows milk or Camel, Goats milk for a few weeks. Alternatively, you could also try plant-based milk like Almond milk, Rice milk, Soya milk etc. An IgE test can reveal sensitivities to milk and basic food. This information makes it easy to understand the food that triggers your child’s Eczema.

Food intolerances and environmental sensitivities can trigger an over reactive immune system.


Allergies' association with pain has been a mystery to most of us. Exposure to various Environmental / Food and Pathogenic stress correlates to chronic pain. Emotional factors also play a vital part in pain, simply put - Pain is the cry of the connective tissue. Pain also stems from an under-active thyroid or Hypothyroidism. Find the root cause of your pain with NAET.


It is often categorised with dry skin, which is most often itchy and becomes leathery after prolonged itching. It can appear anywhere in the body, but most often start in the folds of the skin - like the back of elbow or knees. It is triggered by food, chemical, and environmental sensitivities. Emotions and stress have proven to be a trigger with most people.


Symptoms can vary from stomach cramps, loose stools, constipation, excessive wind, gluten intolerance, lactose intolerance and its like. Food intolerance tends to be the main culprit in most cases and it takes 2-7 days for symptoms to arise out of food sensitivities. A Food intolerance test is the first step in finding the root cause of the symptoms.


Asthma triggers are likely to be dust, mold, pollen, cold, smoke and chemicals. Food intolerance too has a big role to play in chronic conditions. The Emotional component quite often can manifest as symptoms as well.


Hay Fever, also known as Allergic Rhinitis is common with European descent. It is mostly caused by Environmental factors that weaken the immune system. People with Rhinitis will also react to cats and dogs. The Shamal winds in the Middle East are the common triggers in the UAE.


Animal dander, mostly dogs and cats can cause a severe allergic reaction. Dog or cat hair, saliva or the urine itself can be the triggers. People with severe reaction cannot enter a house with pets or even be around people who have pets. Some people desire to own a pet but their allergic reactions prevent them from having one.


Most children in the Autism spectrum have various food sensitivities, this can affect their behaviour, learning ability, social skill, cognitive skill, and speech. By eliminating milk products, gluten, and sugar from their diet, a child will show a tremendous change.


House dust, Hay Dust, Dust Mites and Pollen are the common triggers that can affect the upper respiratory system. When exposed to an allergen, (for example Dust) the trachea will prevent the allergen by triggering the Mast cells to secrete histamine. It's the effect of the histamine that gives us symptoms.


Genetics plays a vital role in every individual's life, as we acquire most of our traits from our parents' including our allergies quite often; that of Lactose and gluten sensitivities as well. We inherit 40% of the genes from our parents.