You are really lucky with Moringa it did not agree with me at all. No probiotics agreed with me except Longum – I suspect I have SIBO as well and maybe that’s why Longum is ok as it affects the lower bowel. I know Mangosteen is ok for me as a dried fruit at least so worth checking out the therapeutic dose. I know I need copper and I react to zinc – so that also puts me in the minority. And I’ve started taking progesterone again but I have to mix it with Magnesium oil or it goes straight to adrenaline and gives me a burning crown along with insomnia. I know my case is too bizarre for this forum and no practitioner has been able to sort it out so far here in Australia, but I really believe it has to do with the pesticide exposure that has changed my digestion, hormones and neurotransmitters. In the meantime I’ll keep eating potatoes for my B6!!!
I have two questions instead of a reply. I hope that’s alright. I have Celiac and am 98% sure that I also have Mastocytosis/MCAS. Due to a recent rash, I’m on an H1/H2 inhibitor. I have an appointment with a specialist in one month. My questions are: Should I stay away from the medicine and also not incorporate a low histamine diet until I see the doctor? (With Celiac I had to stay on gluten until the “gold standard” test). Is there a suggestion for a MCAS versed doctor in Colorado?
Thanks so much!! Your page is extremely helpful and it’s nice to know that you aren’t the only person going through this.
Instruct patient or caregiver on the proper use of the nasal spray.
Shake well before each use.
Before using for the first time, the unit must be primed. Keep the sprayer pointed away from people and pets. Pump the activator 10 times or until a fine spray appears. If the unit has not been used for 1 week, re-prime by pumping the activator twice or until a fine spray appears.
After administration, wipe the nasal applicator with a clean tissue. Replace the cap right after cleaning.
To avoid the spread of infection, do not use the inhaler in more than one person.