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LGS and inhalent allergies

Posted by Dawn G. on October 13, 1998 at 16:36:33:

First I want to say how glad I am that I've found this site. I have run into a lot of pages run by quacks. What a joy to find a knowledgeable community like this. I'm waiting for your book to come in now. I'm being treated (unsucessfully) by a DO/Allergist for Candida. Will curing LGS/Candida have any effect on inhalent allegies? I find my symptoms are mostly caused by food, but the DO's tests showed I had severe allegies to dust mites and ragweed. He uses the Maximum Intradermally Tolerated Dose method developed by Dr. Miller. The shots I'm receiving for inhalents make my sinus problems worse, not better. Do you think that the LGS/Candida problem can cause inhalent allegies as well as food allegies? I developed Candida problems two years ago as a result of taking antibiotics.


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Re: LGS and inhalent allergies

Posted by Peter Wray on October 13, 1998 at 20:20:44:

In Reply to: LGS and inhalent allergies posted by Dawn G. on October 13, 1998 at 16:36:33:

Just my two cents (or less given the current state of the Canadian dollar) Dawn. I believe the LGS/candida are part of the total load on your system. By dealing with one problem, you'll give your body a chance to focus on the other problems.

On another note - I'd like other opinions on this - I have yet to meet anyone who has been tested for dust mites and not been allergic.

Peter




Re: LGS and inhalant allergies

Posted by Mary Jackson on October 13, 1998 at 21:21:01:

In Reply to: LGS and inhalent allergies posted by Dawn G. on October 13, 1998 at 16:36:33:

I read an article on Medscape that showed a high incidence of women with yeast infections as also having inhalant allergies. They were described as "atopic". I read an opinion on http://www.risingstarlc.com that candida begins in the mouth and seeds out elsewhere from there. A person that I e-mailed recommended cleansing the intestines to promote alkalinity and then using a product called Agrisept.
I haven't looked up the ingredients. There seem to be many things that kill candida--aniseseed, garlic, colloidal silver, diatomaceous earth, grapefruit seed extract, etc. etc. Mary J.



Re: LGS and inhalent allergies

Posted by Walt Stoll on October 14, 1998 at 08:18:18:

In Reply to: LGS and inhalent allergies posted by Dawn G. on October 13, 1998 at 16:36:33:

Hi, Dawn.

I think the information in my book (taken as a whole) will fully answer your questions as well as some you did NOT ask.

Listen to Mary & Peter.

The answers are yes.

Write with more questions after you have digested the book.

Walt




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