- Have you been told that you might have a salicylate allergy or intolerance?
- Have you been on an elimination diet but your symptoms return every time you reintroduce a food group back into your diet?
- Do you get bloated no matter what you eat?
- Are you always looking for the nearest toilets?
- Does your child get irritable or aggressive for no apparent reason?
- Do you have eczema or psoriasis and nothing you’ve tried has helped?
- Do you get headaches or migraines often?
- Do you sneeze or get a blocked nose regardless of what season it is?
If you answered yes to any of these questions or have other symptoms and nothing you’ve tried has offered relief, then you might have an intolerance or sensitivity to Salicylates.
Dr Tomaya Weiser (Chinese Medicine)
BHSc Acupuncture, IPEC practitioner, Founder of BodyConnect Healing.
What are salicylates?
What is Salicylate intolerance or sensitivity?
Intolerances are different to allergies because they are usually a slow onset reaction, but that’s not always the case. An intolerance reaction is often an accumulative response and the severity of the symptoms depends on exposure duration and/or amount consumed.
The conventional treatment for intolerances is avoidance, thereby not going over the reaction threshold. This is often easier said than done as salicylates are found in so many things.
Salicylate sensitivity or salicylate intolerance symptoms are linked to:
- Hyperactivity, irritability and aggression in children
- Eczema, hives, dermatitis and psoriasis
- Headaches or migraines
- Sinus and asthma
- Irritable bowel symptoms
- Reflux, vomiting, stomach bloating and pain, wind, diarrhea and/or constipation
- Joint pain and arthritis
Could this be what is causing the symptoms of your “salicylate allergy”?
I find that most people with salicylate intolerance have no idea what could be affecting them.
Research shows that about 20% of adults with asthma, 60% of people with food-induced itchy rashes, headaches or migraines, 70% of people with irritable bowel symptoms and 75% of children with behaviour problems may be sensitive to salicylates.
Find out what is causing your symptoms and what your treatment options are.
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Individual results may vary. No two persons are the same, and as such, results may differ. The treatment is tailored specifically to the client’s symptoms and most clients notice an improvement in the first 2-3 treatments.
Most people don’t respond in any way when being exposed to salicylates. In fact, most of us are exposed to it everyday without any problems. For some people, however, certain allergy symptoms show up as a result of getting even a small dose of salicylate (from foods and other products containing salicylates). This condition is referred to as salicylate sensitivity or salicylate intolerance.
Thousands of people around the world have been successfully treated using this therapy. The treatment is safe and effective for people of all ages, including infants, children and the elderly.
Salicylate Intolerance Treatments at Allergy Field
Our salicylate sensitivity treatments are based on two techniques: NAET – Nambudripad Allergy Elimination Technique & IPEC – Integrated Physical Emotional Clearing. We focus on the core issues and factors that are causing the symptoms. A true treatment of salicylate allergies is not about avoidance of the substances causing the symptoms. Allergy Field is about treating the root of the problem and therefore reducing the likelihood of the symptoms from reoccurring in the future.
In Allergy Field’s experience, most people with salicylate intolerance symptoms have no idea what could be affecting them. Research shows that about 20% of adults with asthma, 60% of people with food-induced itchy rashes, headaches or migraines, 70% of people with irritable bowel symptoms and 75% of children with behaviour problems may be sensitive to salicylates.
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