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Does natural d-hist work for rashes from food allergies?
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Dr. Paul Carter
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
3 doctors agree
In brief: No
No reason to believe that it would help with food allergy.
The reason it is labeled as a food product is that no studies have been done to prove any health benefit of the product. However, there may be some health benefits of individual components of the product, though not necessarily in the amount provided.

In brief: No
No reason to believe that it would help with food allergy.
The reason it is labeled as a food product is that no studies have been done to prove any health benefit of the product. However, there may be some health benefits of individual components of the product, though not necessarily in the amount provided.
Dr. Paul Carter
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Dr. Steven Machtinger
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: No scientific data
Natural d-hist is a combination of several herbs & plant materials that are used in a variety of nutriceutical products.
On websites promoting its efficacy and use no scientific evidence (as opposed to claims) is presented for the various ingredients or the combination of ingredients. This leaves physicians in a quandary about how to judge its real value. Caveat emptor.

In brief: No scientific data
Natural d-hist is a combination of several herbs & plant materials that are used in a variety of nutriceutical products.
On websites promoting its efficacy and use no scientific evidence (as opposed to claims) is presented for the various ingredients or the combination of ingredients. This leaves physicians in a quandary about how to judge its real value. Caveat emptor.
Dr. Steven Machtinger
Dr. Steven Machtinger
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