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Pumpkin Seed Allergy Symptoms
Hives or worse: Pumpkin seed allergy is very unusual. The symptoms can be mild itching to severe anaphylaxis. See my blog I just published at http://www. Familyallergyasthmacare. Com/2013/10/pumpkin-allergy/. ...Read more
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
Allergy to organic trail mix. Throat closed. Which ingred likely? Raisin, sunflower seed, pumpkin seed, cashew, apples, almonds, cranberries, cane syrup
Food allergy: An allergist can help diagnose and treating this particular problem. Allergy testing either by blood or skin test can give us information of which food is likely the one that cause such symptom. Throat closing is dangerous. I would advise you seek specialist medical advice soon. ...Read more
Not yet: The most effective way to treat an allergy is to avoid it. Currently, the only recommended method to treat food allergies including pumpkin is to avoid eating it. Research is being conducted on other ways to treat through desensitization food allergies, but this is still research. ...Read more
Pumpkin seeds: Though not as well studied as I would like there are benefits to these seeds based on their composition. Go to http://www. Whfoods. Com/genpage. Php? Tname=foodspice&dbid=82 for a good overview. ...Read more
Pumpkin seeds: It is my understanding, that pumpkin seeds may help get rid of parasites. One needs to consume a lot however, and according to what I have read, that means 200-400 grams of pumpkin seeds (one half to one whole pound!). So, you could grind them up and make like a thick soup and drink it. If it were me, I would go to the dr. And take an anti-parasitic medication. Good luck. ...Read more
Yes It Is True:
Pumpkin seeds contain compound called phytosterols which may help shrink enlarged prostate
they also contain chemical that may prevent some conversion of testosterone into dht (dihydrotestosterone).High level of Dht are associated with enlarged prostate
you need to consume 1oz of shelled pumpkin seeds three times a day. ...Read more
Rice: Though uncommon, pumpkin and its derivatives can cause an allergy as can various types of rice. There is no reason to expect that the more aromatic wehani rice would be an exception. Rice allergy as a whole is rare. ...Read more
I'm 78 I frequently urinate often at night, what to do? Trying pumpkin seed extract to solve problem?
Nighttime urine: Causes of nocturia are: high fluid intake, untreated diabetes, congestive heart failure, edema of the legs, obstructive sleep apnea, diuretics, drugs such as digoxin, bladder obstruction or bladder overactivity. See a physician to get your diagnosis found and a treatment plan put into place. Lay off the extracted pumpkin seeds, as it does not seem to provide a cure for your problem. ...Read more
I bit inside of my cheek and its not healing, its a chunck as big as a pumpkin seed, what should do to relieve the pain?
Cheek bite: If it s the size of a pumpkin seed and is not healing you should see your doctor. At home remedies for mild bites are applying a past of baking soda an mylanta ove rthe ulcerated area three to four times a day. Your docotr could also give you a local anestehetic to apply voer it. Buccal lesions usulaly heal fast but if it is not it is concerning, so see md asap. ...Read more
Kind of pumpkin?: There are hundreds of "pumpkins" out there. Most are edible. If this is an edible type of pumpkin then you will be fine. Roasted pumpkin seeds, pepitas, are delicious and a good source of protein without cholesterol! The shell around them won't hurt you, and actually has fiber in it. Enjoy! Too much of any food can be bad, of course. ...Read more
L-tryptophan: The speculative reason to take pumpkin seed oil for depression is that it contains l-tryptophan, an amino acid. Pumpkin seed oil has not been studied in depression, to my knowledge but l-tryptophan has been studied at 300-4000mg per day. Since only a very small amount of l-tryptophan is available per gram of oil, it is not worth it to take the oil. Better to just take l-tryptophan directly. ...Read more
Not at all: This is totally safe, a bit like having pumpkin pie after eating fish. While both fish oil and pumpkin seed oil are good sources of omega 3 fatty acids, pumpkin seed oil contains omega 6 and other fatty acids not found in fish oil, so taking them together would give you a better balance of fatty acids. ...Read more
I have read that pumpkin seed oil stop the formation of DHT so I was wondering if your apply it directly to your hair or do you eat it in capsule form?
No: Folks online make this stuff up as pranks. If this actually worked, it would be dispensed to the balding scientists at the NIH. If you want to slow male pattern baldness, a scientific physician can offer you some meds. Or you can embrace your masculinity, exercise hard, shave your head, and look better and be healthier than any of the other men. ...Read more
Would taking 2000mg taking of pumpkin seed oil and multivitamins containing zinc oxide daily give way to an overdose in zinc?
A lot of white seed like thing in stool what could it be? Small, big but smaller than a pumpkin seed. I eat healthy (lot of seeds, chicken, rice)
Mucus with stool??: Could you be describing a coating of white mucus? Patients often report to me seeing mucus as white stringy or seed-like material on and/or in stool. Mucus is a colon lubricant, but when present in large volume it may signal problems with colon spasm (ie. Irritable bowel syndrome), partial obstruction, infection, & even sloughed colon lining due to variety of diseases. Testing is easy--see doc. ...Read more
Was on flomax (tamsulosin) for bph. Is a mix of saw palmetto. 320mg and bets-sitosterol 100mg, pumpkin seed, corn silk, pygeum a good mix for enlarged prostate?
See below: There is conflicting and contradictory research about the benefits of supplements for prostate symptoms. Saw palmetto most studied. Despite much anecdotal evidence suggesting benefit (s) from the supplements you mention, high quality and more reliable research seem to indicate that these supplements have little or no benefit for reducing bph-related symptoms. Very high placebo response. ...Read more
I'm taking herbal pills is it safe to take these each other? Fish oil, pumpkin seed oil, hyaluronic acid, estrogen, multivitamin
It's safe: This is a safe combinaion.Get a more detailed answer ›
I am taking herbal supplements fish oil, estrogen, multiple vitamin, hyaluronic acid, pumpkin seed oil. Are these safe to take with each other?
Not really, but why?: Who knows? They may not even be safe by themselves, as you never really know what's in them to begin with. Why are you taking them in the first place. What are you attempting to fix, and how are you going to tell if any of them help -- what criteria are you going to use. They will commonly interact adversely with other supplements and also with prescription meds. Avoid at all costs. ...Read more
Does saw palmetto, pumpkin seed oil, spearmint tea, primerose oil, or stinging nettle effect birth control pill apri 28?
Person with gallstones, can she eat grapefruit, tea, pumpkin seed, walnut, almond, Brazilian nuts, cashew, avocado, olive oil, grapeseed oil?
Sure: Eat anything you want as long as it doesn't cause symptoms. If some foods disagree with you (ex. Fatty foods can sometimes cause pain in patients with gallstones) then avoid them. ...Read more
Sneezing, runny nose: Itchy eyes, trouble breathing, or even an itrchy rash. If you are very allergic to cats, you can even just enter a room where a cat had been (ie. No longer present) and still feel symptoms. ...Read more
Runny Nose, Made Worse By Exposure To Allergen Or Irritants (Definition)
Runny nose, made worse by exposure to allergen or irritants ...Read more