How To Cure Your Incurable Nasal Allergy

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How To Cure Your Incurable Nasal Allergy

By: Alexander Chong

Immunoglobulin E is an antibody, which is secreted from the white blood cell as a defense agent in our body. It helps us defending bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms, which attack our body. Once the immunoglobulin E attaches to the mast cell, histamine chemical will be secreted from this cell. Histamine is the main cause of nasal allergy. It causes the blood vessel in the mucous membranes swelling and leaking of fluid. Swelling causes congestion inside the nasal passages and the leaking of fluid causes runny nose. When the nasal allergy becomes critical, mucous membranes will become inflammatory and itching.

Because the main cause of the nasal allergy is histamine, therefore, scientist has synthesized a few types of antihistamine medications to block the reaction of histamine with its receptors on cells and reduce the severity of the allergic symptoms. These medications are like diphenhydramine, chlorpheniramine, fexofenadine, loratadine, cetirizine, terfenadine, clemastine and astemizole. Diphenhydramine, chlorpheniramine, cetirizine and clemastine will cause drowsiness. While, fexofenadine and loratadine will cause less drowsiness. Terfenadine and astemizole won’t cause any side effect but they have interact effect with some of the antifungal and antibiotics medication

Besides, corticosteroids hormone is used to reduce the inflammation and itching in the nasal passages. Usually, inflammation is coming together with the nasal allergy. Actually, our body could secrete this hormone by itself from the adrenal gland. It controls the sensitivity of our body immune system. If the level of this hormone in our body is too high, it may cause our immune system inert to the attack from viruses or bacteria. If its level is too low, it will cause us become hypersensitive. Nasal allergy is due to the low level of this hormone. Therefore, applying this hormone onto the mucous membranes (topically) as a nasal spray or taken by mouth (orally) could reduce or prevent inflammation of the nasal mucous membranes by altering the actions of various cells of the immune system. Nowadays, this hormone is the most common medication that the medical doctor will prescribe to the patient who suffers critical nasal allergy. However, utilizing this hormone too frequent could cause some side effects such as burning sensation in the nose, unpleasant aftertaste and nosebleeds.

Nasal allergy could be cured by practicing yoga. Yoga is a stretching exercise combing with deep breathing. Many people are turning to yoga to cure various types of illness such as insomnia, anxiety disorders, back pain, chronic fatigue syndrome, depression, diabetes, fibromyalgia , infertility, menopause, shingles, stress and varicose veins. Practicing yoga is more natural than taking medicine and it does not have any side effect as long as you learn it from a qualify instructor. Once you have mastered the technique, you can practice it anytime when you are free.

Nasal allergy also could be cured using natural crystal. The main compound in the crystal is silicon dioxide. The variety of the crystal color is due to the existence of trace amount of transition elements. Different color crystal has different energy. We can see this energy using aura spectrophotometer. Nasal allergy is due to the insufficiency of certain energy in the patient body. By using crystal, nasal allergy patients can increase this energy in their body by absorbing from the crystal. Crystal is a tool that is used to transfer energy from the earth to our body. Our earth is a living planet and there are a lot of creatures living on its surface. Once the crystal energy has been completely consumed, we usually bury this crystal under the soil and let it absorbs the earth energy. Using crystal to cure nasal allergy is the most economic way and easiest method because it can be wore in our body as a wristlet or necklace whenever we want.

About The Author

Alexander Chong

Author of “How to cure your incurable nasal allergy without using any synthetic drugs, herbs and expensive devices”.


bruhildha 24.06.2010. 00:58

What is the best home cure ( medicine ) for Coughing? Honey with Onions Slice or Honey with Lemon ? what is the best for kids coughing honey with onions slice or honey with lemon ? can you please help me ! my son is 3 years old and he is suffering for almost 2 months coughing in the middle of the night I always take him to his doctor but the answer is always No problems about your son the lungs is clear !


Admin 24.06.2010. 00:58

Often one does not want to suppress a cough for a cough is the body's way of getting the bad things out.

Sometimes when coughing is suppressed, it drives infection deeper.

You might want to try an expectorant herb instead..this is what Dr Schulze says

you want to cough more as this might get the bad stuff out better

Often expectorants herbs are mixed with demulcent herbs

this site lists both

(I personally would not use chaparral or ephedra for a child nor lobelia unless it is just a very few drops personally) chose something else.

Be sure the herbs are in the form of organic tinctures or teas not capsules.

Use a child sized dose which is arrived at by the child's weight..see Clark's rule here on dosing children

Also may find lots of help here from master herbalist Dr Christopher who was schuze;s teacher (they both cured the incurables)

(if you want that antispasmodic formula he recommends, email me and I will look it up and see if it is in his bok which many are and you can make it using bulk organic herbs in the right proportions).

on this link look at the reasons...see that one on the stomach. I had 17 years plus of extreme coughing and thought it was a lung problem and found out a month ago, It was was caused by a stomach problem

Laryngopharyngeal Reflux (LPR) also called silent reflex

this is apparently very common in infants and maybe children. For this so far I found that Deglycyrrhizinated licorice, aloe vera juice and slippery elm tea/tincture may help as well as elevating the top of the bed with bricks or board (I use 6 inches high) generally with this coughing is worst at night and this help the reflux by the gravity. also do not have him eat within 6 hours of sleep and no caffeine if you suspect he might have this.

He also mentions coughing can be caused by worms. Use an herb which destroys parasites for this (in a child size dose) for instance if he weighed 25 pounds this would be 1/6th of the adult dose (150 lb person) so if they took one cup of herb tea, your son would take 1/6 cup..if they took 60 drops of tincture your son would if he weighed 25 pounds take 1/6 of 60 or 10 drops.

See the cause at the link below (herballegacy) and correct the things at the bottom and see if you can rule out the worms. stomach problems etc

He also lists many aids. A child can take nearly all the herbs an adult can as long as they are taking a child sized dose as figured using Clark's rule. Add it to honey if they will not take it or real maple syrup or agave nectar or some natural sweetener like that.

I would take him to another doctor and get his opinion and ask about him being checked for these others things besides his lungs. all the doctors said I must have a lung problem..I would have coughing spells especially at night where I coughed for hard I could scarcely breath continuously for 5-6 hours. Coughed so hard I threw my back out. I thought I had chronic bronchitis for over a decade was told by doctor it was probably allergy then rhinitis then post nasal drip never dreamed it was a stomach problem and may be the cause of my sleep apnea or exacerbating it as 35% of sleep apnea patient have silent reflux and it is correlated, so it seems Dr Christopher is on the right track when he talks about causes. No doctor ever suggested it might be a stomach problem and since I had no heartburn I never dreamed I had a (severe they said) stomach problem.

Sometimes the body is trying to tell us something but we suppress the ways it is trying to get that message to us or help our body (example-stopping a fever when a fever is actually good as if one has a 103.6 degree temperature the immune system is going 16 times harder than normal with that many more immune cells like t cells, macrophages etc in order to help us heal an infection by suppressing the fever we actually stop the bodies self healing mechanism.

I know as a parent this must be very heart wrenching and frustrating but think about what I said before just trying to stop it as to what might be causing it, try the expectorants, another doctor or the things at the link..also go through the hits at the 2nd link (herballegacy) I gave to see if you get any clues.

If you look on here for the term silent reflux you will see many parent with kids with it. They may know more in that section as far as what age and symptoms he might have if he has it or treatments but be careful about putting your little one on drugs. If it turns out he has it remember the bed elevation or even try that. My coughing got better at night when I did that. and those herbs like the licorice/aloe etc. and go to curezone an see if you can get more suggestions.'

since this is occurring at night, it could be worms or it could be the silent reflux..I am not sure what kind of worms Christopher was referring to but if it is pinworms check your son;s anus at night with a flashlight and put tape near the anus and see if any worm are there. they are small white worms. If it is that be sure to treat everyone in the house, wash all bedding and dry at high temperature and vacuum very thoroughly as the eggs make it difficult to get rid of also disinfect toilet seat.

Also try putting a 4-6 inch board under the bed legs of the bed at the head of the bed (not at the bottom but at the top) so it is raised up like a hospital bed does....see if his coughing lessens if it does, it may be a sign that he has the reflux thing...heartburn is not a symptom of this. It is called silent cause it damages the esophagus without people knowing it..I cough up a lot of clear phlegm with it..are his coughs productive? Apparently lpr is hard to diagnose or find out you have it. I had it probably 2 decades before I knew it as my coughing and sleep apnea goes back about that far. Raising the bed also helps sleep apnea (the phlegm I feel in my case is what is choking off my airwaves as I cannot cough in my sleep with the mask covering nose and mouth and pushing VERY high pressure air down my throat the higher pressure they have actually).

It could be left over form a cold though..that is why an expectorant herb might help as it might get a deeper infection coughed up. Sooth the throat with demulcent teas. also maybe have him take slippery elm tea or lozenges (thayers)

Best of luck


Stu B 19.04.2007. 12:56

Rhinitis: Can any UK people please suggest cures/treatment? I've suffered pretty badly from perennial rhinitis for about the last 5-6 years and within the past week or so it's really gotten worse, i think a hint of hayfever has taken over also.

When I first went to my doctor, he put me onto the steroid based sprays and they did absolutely nothing. It was like putting water up my nose, there was literally no relief whatsoever and then one time, on a whim, I just bought a bog-standard decongestant nasal spray (from Asda of all places) and I've used them ever since basically. It works, for a few hours, and then I'm stuffed again.

Is a trip to the ENT specialist worth it?

How do I go about getting an allergy test to see what exactly is causing this?

Can anyone recommend any other sprays or tablets - prescription or not - that really work.

I always hear about the old saline nasal cleaning and that just sounds weird and uncomfortable... does it even work? DAMN THIS! :(

Many thanks in advance.
FAO: taz c

Care to explain about the eat better/sleep better stuff? I never imaged that sort of thing would have an impact!
What about air purifiers?

Stu B

Admin 19.04.2007. 12:56

Homoeopathy every time! I've cured many, many cases over the years using homoeopathy. There's no magic remedy - just the remedy that is correct for the person suffering from rhinitis. I expect a lot of thumbs down from those ignorant of the real powers of homoeopathy - but they should ask my patients!
Certainly no placebo effect when the patient returns 1 month later great improvements in their condition. What is it with some people - particularly those with an axe to grind, who insist on saying that homoeopathy doesn't work. General medicine HATES anything that successfully treats complaints that they say are incurable! I spent 21 years in general medicine & left because I knew that there were better ways of treating people - and that way is homoeopathy
You've tried conventional medicine - please go to where you will find a practitioner local to you who will be able to help you.


lotus^_^ 25.06.2009. 16:45

Why does my cat have a permanently runny nose? My kitty has had minor discharge from his nose for a few weeks now, I was just wondering if it's more serious than I originally thought as I figured it would go away on its own. I didn't want to waste the vets time though with just some snots. He is around 11 months old, and is kept indoors only. It's just minor clear discharge during the day mainly (which he wipes on our bedcovers etc -_-), no problems with his eyes and his nose isn't actually blocked. He is eating and drinking just fine, and seems to have no other problems. Has anyone else had a similar problem, or knows what this could be?

Any info you offer will be greatly appreciated :).


Admin 25.06.2009. 16:45

Chronic Nasal Discharge

When a cat has a discharge from its nose that lasts more than two months, it is considered chronic. The discharge may be thin and clear like water (serous), thick and yellow or green like pus (purulent), bloody (sanguineous or hemorrhagic), or a combination.

What are the causes?

Chronic nasal discharge is not a diagnosis; rather, it is a term that describes the signs of disease in the nose and frontal sinuses. Almost all disease conditions that occur in the nose will cause irritation and inflammation to the lacy bones in the nose, called turbinates. The presence of disease in the nose is called rhinitis. The turbinate bones are easily distorted and destroyed. When that happens, bacteria that normally live in the nose grow rapidly, causing a secondary bacterial infection.

The frontal sinuses are hollow cavities in the skull and are located just above the eyes. They are connected to the nasal cavity by a small canal. Most diseases that occur in the nasal cavity have the ability to move through these canals into the frontal sinuses. When the sinuses become involved and develop inflammation, this is called sinusitis.

Chronic nasal discharge may result from several disorders involving the sinuses and nasal cavity. These include:

Chronic viral infection

Chronic bacterial infection

Chronic fungal infection

Nasal tumor, usually malignant

Inflammatory polyp

Nasal foreign body

Food allergy
How is the cause diagnosed?

There are several diagnostic tests that should be done for a cat with a chronic nasal discharge. A blood profile will often detect underlying diseases that can contribute to a nasal disease. Testing for the feline leukemia virus and the feline immunodeficiency virus (Feline AIDS Virus) is important because these viruses have the ability to suppress the cat's immune system, making recovery from normally mild infections difficult (or even impossible).

It is very important to make radiographs (x-rays) of the skull. Special positions are necessary to view the nasal cavity and frontal sinuses. These require sedation or a short-acting anesthetic. Nasal flush and biopsy are diagnostic procedures used to collect material from deep within the nasal cavity. This material can be studied under the microscope (cytology) and can also be cultured. Although these procedures are not particularly traumatic to the cat, anesthesia is required, so they are usually done in conjunction with radiographs. This allows more than one procedure to be done while the cat is under anesthesia.

Foreign objects within the nasal passage can sometimes be detected with radiographs. If a foreign body is suspected but not visualized, endoscopy may be helpful, depending on where the foreign body is located. For some cases, exploratory surgery of the nasal cavity is needed.

Allergic conditions (such as food allergy) are not detected by any of the above tests. This cause of chronic nasal discharge is diagnosed with a food trial. A food trial consists of feeding a special, hypoallergenic diet for 4-8 weeks and evaluating the cat's response.

As you can see, it may require several days or weeks of testing to determine the cause of a chronic nasal discharge. When the diagnosis remains elusive, more sophisticated tests may be required.

How are the various conditions treated?

Chronic viral infections: Two viruses which can infect the nose may persist and lead to long term viral rhinitis/sinusitis. No drugs are available to kill them so this type of infection is often incurable. Some cats respond very well to Interferon, a drug that stimulates the immune system and reduces viral replication.

Chronic bacterial infections: Administration of antibiotics alone is usually unsuccessful in curing bacterial infections of the nose and sinuses because the bacteria have become entrapped within the turbinates. Although many cats improve while taking antibiotics, cortisone, or antihistamines, they will relapse when these drugs are discontinued. The combination of Interferon and antibiotics has been successful in many cats.

Chronic fungal infections: The most common fungal infection in the nose is caused by Cryptococcus neoformans. Because some of the drugs used to treat this organism are quite expensive and will occasionally cause adverse effects, they are not used unless a firm diagnosis is made. Fortunately, the newer antifungal drugs have fewer significant side-effects and many cats with fungal diseases can be successfully treated. If the cat is infected with the feline leukemia virus or feline immunodeficiency virus, the outcome will usually be less favorable.

Tumors: Most nasal tumors are malignant. Complete surgical removal is very unlikely, so chemotherapy or radiation therapy must be considered. Unfortunately, many nasal tumors do not respond to either treatment, so the prognosis is poor. However, when surgery is performed to collect tissue for biopsy, most surgeon


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