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Who has food allergies

Some causes of food sensitivities tend to run in families this predisposition to allergies is known as atopy and sufferers are described as atopic. If asthma, eczema, hay fever (seasonal rhinitis), or hives (urticaria) run in your family, you are more likely to develop a food allergy, although it is not inevitable. If you have one child with an allergy, get other children in the family checked out too.

What Causes Food In tolerances

Food intolerances are implicated in scores of other health disorders. One impressive medical study was done in 1983 by five physicians at the Hospital for Sick Children in London. The researchers took eighty-eight children, all of whom had been having migraine headaches at least once a week for the previous six months, and put them on a rotation diet that strictly excluded many varieties of food for weeks at a time. To the doctors' admitted astonishment, ninty-three percent of the children became headache-free once their intolerances were discovered and the foods were taken out of their diet. One child had reacted to twenty-four foods and was symptom-free when all those foods were withdrawn. Cow's milk, eggs, wheat, chocolate and oranges were all foods to which more than twenty children responded adversely. Of equal importance was the fact that the change of diet corrected (in a number of the children) such other disorders as abdominal pains, behavioral problems, epileptic seizures,...

Functional properties and toxicity

Nigella seed and oil are known to possess several pharmacological properties such as detergent, sedative, anti-inflammatory and expectorant. From ancient times, Nigella, because of its insect repellent properties, has been used as a seed spread in woollens and silk clothes to protect them from insects and used like moth balls. The presence of the carboxyl compound nigellone and non-carboxyl fractions are reported to protect guinea pigs against histamine-induced broncho-spasm and phenolic fractions obtained from seeds have been reported to be antibacterial. In Vitilago, Nigella powder is used as vinegar and applied on spots followed by exposure to sunlight. A decoction of seeds mixed with sesame oil is used externally in various skin eruptions. They are also used against scorpion sting. Preliminary clinical trials indicate Nigella's possible therapeutic use in some conditions of cough and bronchial-asthma. Alcoholic extracts of the seeds show antibacterial activity against Micrococcus...

Functional properties

Antiseptic, antispasmodic, carminative, stimulant, expectorant and nerve tonic. It functions as cure for asthma, coughs, indigestion, rheumatism, toothache and heart conditions. According to Mabey (1988) marjoram contains tonic and astringent bitter principles, which rouse the appetite and hence it is helpful for invalids.

Coffee

Like tea, coffee elicited mixed reactions from those concerned with health. Writing in 1801 before coffee's full ascendancy, the comical New Hampshire herbalist Samuel Stearns stated that, on the plus side, ''some call it good for the head-ache, a weak stomach, and disorders arising from intemperance and hard study. It moderates internal fermentation, and does service in corpulent and phlegmatic habits. In some it assists digestion, promotes the natural secretions, prevents sleepiness, and relieves the spasmodic asthma.'' On the other hand, alas, ''in delicate constitutions, coffee sometimes produces headaches and other nervous symptoms.'' It was ''hurtful to thin habits, the bilious, melancholic, hypochondriac, and those subject to haemorrhages.'' With such large potencies for both good and ill, coffee was best handled with care. One authority had informed Stearns ''that coffee should be boiled from eight to twelve hours before it is drank , and also mixed with an equal quantity of...

Asafoetida

Asafoetida is mostly used in Indian vegetarian cooking, in which the strong onion-garlic smell enhances the flavour, especially those of the Brahmin and Jain castes where onions and garlic are prohibited. It is much used in Persian cuisine also, in spite of its offensive odour, as a spice and is thought to exercise a stimulant action on the brain. It is a local stimulant to the mucous membrane, especially to the alimentary tract, and therefore is a remedy of great value as a carminative in flatulent colic and a useful addition to laxative medicine. There is evidence that the volatile oil is eliminated through the lungs, therefore it is excellent for asthma, bronchitis, whooping cough, etc. and even hysteria (Morris and Mackley, 1999). Owing to its vile taste it is usually taken in pill form, but is often given to infants through the rectum in the form of an emulsion. The powdered gum resin is not advocated as a medicine, the volatile oil being quickly dissipated. In India the fruit is...

Tamarind

Medicinal values have been claimed for various preparations from the fruit, leaves, flowers, bark such as the antiscorbutic properties of the pulp, laxative action of the fruit juice and diuretic properties of leaf sap (Ghosh, 1987 Lakshmanan and Narayanan, 1990 Lewis et al., 1970 Mustapha et al., 1996 Rajan et al., 1989 Rao, 1995 Sano et al., 1996). An infusion of the leaves is said to be cooling and useful in bilious fever. A poultice of the fresh leaves is applied to swellings and boils, and for relieving pain, and that of the flowers in inflammatory infections of the conjunctiva. The bark is astringent and is given in diarrhoea in lotions and poultices, it is also applied to sores and boils. In some countries, the bark is reported to be prescribed in asthma, amenorrhoea, and as a tonic and febrifuge (Anon., 1976).

Lbizia

Albizia lebbeck has a long history of use in Ayurvedic medicine, where it is prescribed for allergies and inflammatory conditions, including hay fever, asthma, hives and allergic conjunctivitis. Studies suggest that albizia works by stabilising the cells that release histamine and other allergic mediators, thereby relieving allergic tendencies and helping to manage allergy symptoms. 0 DOS GI*l Look for commercial preparations providing the equivalent of 3 to 6 g per day of the dried stem bark, and take it according to the manufacturer's instructions.

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A paste of the seeds mixed with butter is helpful in treating bleeding piles. A decoction of sesame seed mixed with linseed is used as an aphrodisiac. The seeds milled and mixed with brown sugar are eaten by nursing mothers to encourage their milk production. Regular use of sesame seeds boosts the development of lustrous hair, particularly in children with poor hair development, a general problem in Western countries. Sesame seeds are also used traditionally as a medicine for causing abortion. The seeds are valuable in respiratory disorders such as chronic bronchitis, pneumonia, asthma, dry cough and other lung infections. Seeds also help in correcting irregular menstrual disorders and in reducing spasmodic pain during menstruation. Seeds are also useful in treatment of dysentery and diarrhoea. A decoction of the root is used in various traditions to treat coughs and asthma.

Hyssop

Hyssop is considered a stimulant, carminative and expectorant and is used in colds, coughs, congestion and lung complaints. A tea made from the herb is effective in nervous disorders and toothache. It is also effective in pulmonary, digestive, uterine and urinary troubles and asthma and coughs. Leaves are stimulating, stomachic, carminative and colic and leaf juice is used for the treatment of roundworms. Hyssop oil is used as a flavouring agent in bitters and tonics and also in perfumery. In small quantities it promotes expectoration in bronchial catarrh and asthma.

Coping with Asthma

Coping with Asthma

If you suffer with asthma, you will no doubt be familiar with the uncomfortable sensations as your bronchial tubes begin to narrow and your muscles around them start to tighten. A sticky mucus known as phlegm begins to produce and increase within your bronchial tubes and you begin to wheeze, cough and struggle to breathe.

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