Maybe those allergy symptoms aren’t just about blooming and flowering trees and grasses.
Toxins can also cause allergy symptoms such as: runny nose and nasal congestion, sore throat, coughing, wheezing, skin rashes, itching and hives, and itchy, watery eyes.
Mycotoxins, the toxins resulting from molds in our environment and on foods can cause these symptoms as well. Some people are allergic to molds, but others have a histamine response because the break down products of mycotoxins share the same detox pathway in the liver as does histamines. This may cause a “traffic jam of excess” on that pathway, and histamines cannot adequately detox and be eliminated. This leads to histamine levels becoming elevated and causing allergy-like symptoms.
Exposure to mycotoxins can happen in the air: humid, rainy environments, on farm crops and in barns and other outbuildings. Mycotoxins can also be in homes: in heating/air conditioning ducts, damp basements & bathrooms, and any other areas where there is a water leak.
Common food sources of molds include grains, peanuts, wine, and coffee.
Don’t just accept the fact that you have allergies. Let’s investigate and eradicate some root causes together.