I have an ND and he does something similar. It's basically a built in lie detector, you can do it at home and check all kind of things.
With the honey it also needs to be within a certain distance of your home, I believe 50 miles but don't take my word on that part. It's so that the honey contains the same pollens that are in your area vs whats across the country and help build your immunity against the allergens.
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Fitness Minutes: (0) Posts: 9 11/3/10 5:19 P
Honey has to be very locally produced to be of any benefit against pollen allergies. I can't remember the actual distance but I think its a matter of 10's of miles (UK).
I've had a similar allergy test which relied on the electric current changing. It threw up a few surprises but not many - but cutting out some of those helped alleviate the severe headaches / migraines I was getting.
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This is a method that supposedly helps cure you of allergies by changing your diet and finding out everything that you are really allergic to.
I went to a chiropracter who had me hold a vial with various substances, and whenever I was allergic to something, my arm was weak, but when I wasn't, my arm was strong. It sounds crazy, but it actually seemed to be true.
And is it possible to be allergic to something and never show typical symptoms? I have known since I was 4 that I am allergic to pollen, but like most people, my allergies seem to be getting worse as I get older, instead of better.
Are there any natural remedies? Someone told me to eat natural honey. There's an idea.
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