Creating Waves of Awareness
Dear members of the Allergy-discussion
I refer to Gina Tyler's posting on the wallpaper-sub-group.
She is pointing out that allergy is a reaction of the body after many surpressions.
I agree and think it will be helpful to have some reflections on the character of this illness.
It is a chronic illness, often longstanding.
I see it as a "general breakdown syndrome," it is like the body says, "its all too much, I can't take it anymore" and with great strength overreacts on stimulus that are not toxic.
I find it important to remember that the reactions come with great strength. The immune system is changing its precisions rifle with a machine gun, shooting without aiming, just shooting all the antihistamine it can mobilize.
The ability to distinguish what is the enemy and what is dangerous is partly lost. The reason for that may be vaccinations which confuse the immune system (very interesting topic too) or/and an overload of toxic substances.
So, which treatment strategy will be the best to take, either the constitution or acute, with isopathics or going deep or a mixture?