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Doctor insights on: Histaminum Hydrochloricum

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How does histamine affect you health?

How does histamine affect you health?

Excesss causes sympt: Histamine is a normal chemical in your body and is involved in normal processes that regulate blood vessel, stomach acid and nervous system processes. Excessive amounts of histamine can cause symptoms similar to allergies. ...Read more

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How do you get high histamine levels?

High histamine: Typically you get this when you have an allergic reaction. It is a substance released by mast cells in your body, causing all the symptoms of an allergy. ...Read more

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What are the effects of histamine usually?

Lots of effects: Histamine is a chemical that is ordinarily present in different types of cells in the body. It has multiple effects on blood vessels, glands and nerves and the symptoms depend on whether the histamine is released locally or throughout the body. In the nose, causes sneezing, itching and runny nose. In the skin causes swelling and itching and redness. ...Read more

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How do you get handle high histamine levels?

Block and Lower: Besides the conventional approach to block histamine receptors with agents like benadryl, (diphenhydramine) i also like to use agents that naturally lower the white cells production of histamine. These include: quercetin, stinging nettles leaf, bromelain, and n-acetyl cysteine (nac) a natural substance use in emergency rooms for asthmatics. ...Read more

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How can I find out if I am histamine intolerant?

Food trials.: Try trial of foods low in histamine. Keep food log and monitor symptoms. Then trial foods high in histamine and continue log. If you find there is an association you may have histamine intolerance. I am not sure the medical community agrees on the existence of histamine intolerance. http://www.allergyuk.org/common-food-intolerances/histamine-intolerance. ...Read more

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Are there any risks of using histaminse with milk?

Are there any risks of using histaminse with milk?

No problem: There are no contraindications for using antihistamines with milk. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: histamine?

See below: Histamine is an organic nitrogen compound involved in local immune responses as well as regulating physiological function in the gut and acting as a neurotransmitter. Histamine triggers the inflammatory response. As part of an immune response to foreign pathogens, histamine is produced by basophils and by mast cells found in nearby connective tissues. ...Read more

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Why does medicine often have hydrochloric acid in it?

Why does medicine often have hydrochloric acid in it?

Salt: It is not hydrochloric acid per se but a salt of the medication, adding hcl makes the medication soluble in water which it may not be otherwise. ...Read more

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How exactly does histamine work or affect your health?

Histamine: Is natural chemical responsible for allergic reactions in the body. When exposed to allergens, histamine is producd, hence antihistamines are used to defend against complications. ...Read more

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Got a little hydrochloric acid on my skin, is that bad?

How concentrated?: Concentrated hcl will cause a chemical burn. If you washed it immediately and it has not caused a burn, there is no need to worry. If it did cause a burn, it would depend on how deep the burn is, and how much of the skin is involved. If you have any concerns it would be prudent to see your doctor. ...Read more

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