The Zyrtec Rebellion

Everybody underestimates Spain. The last letter in “PIGS” is far less of an insult than an error.

Years ago, when I was at a conference, and Japanese industrial spies were getting me drunk (it was a great red wine), I decided that I had to give them SOMETHING for their time and effort, if only to keep them distracted, so instead of giving them any of our actual concerns, I gave them my personal assessment of “somebody else’s industry in Spain”. It was great information, and it was true – and as I always say, the TRUTH is the best cover of all. The Japanese were as surprised as I had been, when I realized how far and how fast Spain had come after it emerged from Franco – at that time almost as backwards as Cuba.

Whether I was ratting out Spain or bragging up Spain, DO NOT underestimate Spain. When Spain is FREE and prosperous, the WORLD prospers.

So when it came to my attention recently that “Spanish medical deplorables” had found the key to ending America’s COVID communism problem, I “trusted the science” immediately.

Reading the paper convinced me even more.

I don’t remember WHO on this site posted the first link to the “Spanish nursing home antihistamine paper“, or on what site that link was found (H/T to whoever!) [LATER – RAC found it – it was Deplorable Patriot, HERE], but the results described therein were every bit as impressive as the story of the American nursing home that saved all its residents by immediate administration of prophylactic hydroxychloroquine.

To briefly describe what happened, Spanish nursing homes were horribly impacted by the COVID pandemic, but TWO of them stood out by having almost no deaths at all.

The story there is a beautiful example of SCIENCE IN ACTION. It was a simple empirical observation, but the best science happens that way. And I quote…..

“We included antihistamines for the treatment of all patients after observing that when added to the initial treatment, our patients had a notable improvement in 24–48 h.”

After they did this – NOBODY DIED.

The Spanish crisis was between March and May of 2020. From May to August 2020, applying the therapy, there were no new cases or deaths. The results were researched and submitted for publication (received) on September 16, 2020. The paper was published online 4 months later, on January 16, 2021, and appeared in the April, 2021 issue of the journal.


LINK: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1094553921000018

Elsevier

Pulmonary Pharmacology & Therapeutics

Volume 67, April 2021, 101989

Pulmonary Pharmacology & Therapeutics

Antihistamines and azithromycin as a treatment for COVID-19 on primary health care – A retrospective observational study in elderly patients

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Juan IgnacioMorán BlancoabJudith A.Alvarenga BonillaabSakaeHommacKazuoSuzukidPhilipFremont-SmitheKarinaVillar Gómez de las Herasf

aServicio de Salud de Castilla-La Mancha (SESCAM), Toledo, Spain

bCentro de Salud de Yepes, Av. Santa Reliquia, 26, 45313, Yepes, Toledo, Spain

cDepartment of Advanced and Integrated Interstitial Lung Diseases Research, School of Medicine, Toho University, Ota-ku, Tokyo, 143-8540, Japan

dAsia International Institute of Infectious Disease Control, and Department of Health Protection, Graduate School of Medicine, Teikyo University, Itabashi-ku, Tokyo, 173-8605, Japan

eMassachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Laboratory, Lexington, MA, USA

fDelegación Provincial de la Consejería de Sanidad. Servicio de Salud Pública, C/ Río Guadalmena, 2, 45007, Toledo, Spain

Received 16 September 2020, Revised 29 December 2020, Accepted 11 January 2021, Available online 16 January 2021.

Abstract

Background

Between March and April 2020, 84 elderly patients with suspected COVID-19 living in two nursing homes of Yepes, Toledo (Spain) were treated early with antihistamines (dexchlorpheniramine, cetirizine or loratadine), adding azithromycin in the 25 symptomatic cases. The outcomes are retrospectively reported. The primary endpoint is the fatality rate of COVID-19. The secondary endpoints are the hospital and ICU admission rates. Endpoints were compared with the official Spanish rates for the elderly. The mean age of our population was 85 and 48% were over 80 years old. No hospital admissions, deaths, nor adverse drug effects were reported in our patient population. By the end of June, 100% of the residents had positive serology for COVID-19. Although clinical trials are needed to determine the efficacy of both drugs in the treatment of COVID-19, this analysis suggests that primary care diagnosis and treatment with antihistamines, plus azithromycin in selected cases, may treat COVID-19 and prevent progression to severe disease in elderly patients.

MORE


Now, I actually saw this first in a different source, here:

LINK: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7833340/

The latter source is the FULL PAPER, including references and graphics.



One of the first people to publicize the work was the news-bot “COVID-19 Crusher” on Twitter:

LINK: https://www.latribunadetoledo.es/Noticia/Z46D27633-9AB2-F0DF-941FA42132A3A3A9/medicos-de-yepes-concluyen-que-el-tratamiento-es-curativo

This was then rapidly picked up by some sharp commenters on “Peak Prosperity” – it’s worth reading their insights.

LINK: https://www.peakprosperity.com/forum-topic/antihistamines-again-spanish-nursing-home-study/

Now – here is where it gets interesting.

BIG hat tip to barkerjim for bringing this BACK to my attention.

It really took Karl Denninger seeing this, to put a fine point on it.

LINK: https://market-ticker.org/akcs-www?post=243683

ARCHIVE: https://archive.fo/2HZzC

Here is Denninger:


Once Upon A Time…

… in a not-so-tiny nation called Spain, a nursing home had a nasty virus get into it.

It was March of 2020.  The nasty virus was called Covid-19.  And this nursing home, like so many others all over the world, was full of elderly, morbid people.  The mean age of residents was 85 and 48% were over 80 years old.  It was a killing field, like so many others…..

Within three months 100% of the residents had caught the virus.  Not presumed to have — proved to have.

How do we know this?  Because almost every one of them seroconverted.  All but three out of 84 of them, to be precise.

Think about that last sentence for a second.

Almost every one of them seroconverted.

How’s that possible?  Many of them died, right?  You can’t seroconvert if you’re dead.

No.  Not only did nearly none die none went to the hospital either because they rapidly figured out how to stop the virus from killing people — and did exactly that.

You would have thought this would have been all over the news.  In point of fact not one mention of it was made.  Further, not one write-up was made in medical journals either until January of 2021, which I missed.  My bad — out of the several hundred medical journal pieces, I missed this one.  It was brought to my attention on my forum and my jaw immediately hit the floor.

The jab train must continue, you see.  So must the ventilator train.  So must the money train, the mask train and the rest of the BS we have endured for the last 18+ months.

So must the slaughter for money, the fear, and the lies.


MORE (and it’s really worth reading the rest of Karl’s thoughts).


The answer isn’t vaccines. It isn’t remdesivir. It isn’t even blowdarts.

The answer was simply “use more OTC antihistamines”, plus Z-Pack, if you want to be extra certain, this flu season.

But you see, there would have been no crisis that way.

https://qalerts.app/?q=covid


SO – here are MY thoughts.

There are lots of ways to skin the COVID cat. The point is to do two things.

(1) Don’t die or suffer serious and lasting damage

(2) Gain as much immunity as you can, with NATURAL being almost certainly THE BEST.

I have always been a fan of hydroxychloroquine.

I have since then ALSO become a fan of ivermectin.

But I am now going to add an entire CLASS of drugs which can help guarantee survival of COVID-19.

And if colorful boxes don’t “impress” you enough….. try molecules!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cetirizine

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dexchlorpheniramine

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loratadine

Seriously, I think that one of the most FAILSAFE WAYS to deal with likely or confirmed COVID (antigen tests are basically $13) is to treat with antihistamines immediately, and ask the doctor for Z-Pack (azithromycin).

If you HAVE hydroxychloroquine or ivermectin, great – but if not, then antihistamines are the stuff.

The HORRIBLE CDC, FDA, NIH, and BIG PHARMA cannot – at this moment – restrict you from getting antihistamines. And I know for a FACT that these drugs last a LONG time. They remain effective LONG after their expiration dates.

So buy some now, and by the time you need more, you will be immune, and JOE BIDEN and KAMALA HARRIS will be LONG GONE.

Cheers!

W

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Grandmaintexas

THANK YOU, Wolf!

Will stock up today!

RAC

This was mentioned by DP on September 20, 2021 07:42 and I straight away I bought some Benadryl just in case.
The person mentioned in that post said take two a day but didn’t say what strength of tablets.
The ones I got were 10 mg, and instructions say only one a day, but that would be for their intended purpose.
Any advice on safe dosage for chicom flu ?

RAC

Thanks for the advice. I had to get the magnifying glass out to read the leaflet, it says…
Active ingredient is 10mg Citirizine dihydrochloride per tablet.

piper567
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wheatietoo

The newer second-gen antihistamines have fewer side effects…

Not for me.
Those all gave me side effects when I tried them.

My doctor is like me.
He jokes about the “mucus factory” that we both have to contend with.

He has used me as a guinea pig over the years, giving me early samples of these when they came out…before they were on the market.

Allegra — nosebleeds & dry eyes.

Zyrtec — nosebleeds, dry eyes & gravelly, creaky joints.

Allegra — fewer nosebleeds, but dry, gravelly joints.

Claritin — not as bad, but makes me wide awake and unable to sleep.

He would give me a whole sack full of early samples of these, before they were on the market.
I would give him the full college try on each one, then report back.

He admitted that he experienced much the same side effects.

Benadryl does give me a little drowsiness…which I like because it helps me sleep.

Gail Combs

I use benadryl as a sleep aid and as a muscle relaxer.

Otherwise I use the others in rotation.
…..

DO NOT FORGET THE NATURAL & HERBALS!
Stinging Nettles — Lipophilic stinging nettle extracts possess potent anti-inflammatory activity, are not cytotoxic and may be superior to traditional tinctures for treating inflammatory disorders
Licorice Root — Anti-virus research of triterpenoids in licorice & The Anti-inflammatory, Anticancer and Antibacterial Properties of Four Kinds of Licorice Flavonoids Isolated from Licorice
Vitamin B12 under the tongue (Immediate relief for me.)
Vitamin C

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

The combination of the four have gotten me off anti-histimines. AND it is now ragweed season here.

kalbokalbs

Otherwise I use the others in rotation.

“Rotation”.

Now there, is another, stand out, take away nugget.

SteveInCO

I find if I take antihistamines, after a while they lose effectiveness.

So switching to another one after a month means I get something my body hasn’t got used to. After three months I can go back to the first one.

SteveInCO

I know of parents who give their kids benadryl deliberately to get them to zonk out.

Which I find quite Hitlerian.

singingsoul1

Yes it is damming. I gave my kids fennel tea against colic when they were babies. Never had problems but would not give them Benadryl.

Valerie Curren

It was a known psych med when I worked in the psych hospital back in the ’80’s!

Valerie Curren

very interesting. Isn’t there some connection etymologically (or is it entomologically, or both?) w/ drugs & sorcery, aka opening doors into the spiritual world that perhaps shouldn’t be opened apart from Holy Spirit directed?

Valerie Curren

fascinating…I wish I had your base of knowledge to Fully Understand what you are saying here 🙂

singingsoul1

Licorice one needs to be careful if one has hypertension. I have tea and it says to be careful. I do not have hypertension and I still am careful not to take to much. I switch between Nettle , Licorice and Green Tea. It is just my own idiosyncrasy  😎 

Deplorable Patriot

Do you ever use sinus masks? I’ve been looking for a good one.

wheatietoo

Nope.
I don’t even know what that is…sorry.

SteveInCO

You mentioned allegra twice in your list. Did you mean something else one of those two times?

I admit I’m slightly prone to nosebleeds and dry eyes, but not enough to discourage me. It never occurred to me until this moment those could be getting caused by the antihistamines.

wheatietoo

You mentioned allegra twice in your list. Did you mean something else one of those two times?

Ooops. Yeah, that should be Xyzal.
Thanks.

SteveInCO

I didn’t even know it existed until it got mentioned here.

SteveInCO

When I showed up to my dermatologist covered in hives, he had me take FOUR times the dose (two in the morning and two at night) and assured me it was totally harmless.

Once that went away (it was so bad he also had me do prednisone for a while), I scaled back and am at 2X (one in the morning one at night) and as I mentioned I switch from zyrtec to claritin to allegra then back to zyrtec, making one transition every thirty days.

So I’ve already been doing this as prophylaxis….

RAC

The particular tablets that you were taking four times the dose of.
Please would it be at all possible for you to have a look at the instructions and see if they contained “Citirizine dihydrochloride”
And if so how much of it was in a single tablet.

Linda

I think citrizine is zyrtec.

bflyjesusgrl

Generic zyrtec is  “Citirizine dihydrochloride”.

My bottle says…
1 tablet, 10mg daily, do not exceed more than that in 24hrs.

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RAC

Thank you, I was trying to establish some kind of idea as to what a safe amount of that chemical would be, over and above the dose printed on the label, which to be fair was not calculated to combat chicom flu.

RAC

🙂 👍

gil00

So I have a lot of issues staying in rem sleep. I used to take benadryl routine. They started melatonin. A few years ago i had some bad days while being sick and took benadryl with melatonin. Bad idea. I had a narcotic abuse response. Itching, spasms, UNABLE to sleep.
Everyone should be VERY VERY careful about mixing so many meds.

singingsoul1

I take so little on drugs that when I have to take meds I need low dose because my body is not used to it. Maybe 30 years ago I needed something to get rid of sinus infection. I rather take care with a tea or an herbal liqueur, lemon and honey a tad of ginger. Yes sleep I have to have my sleep otherwise I am not nice and have no patience.

gil00

I wish tea was enough. Good for you!

Ozzytrumpster

Caution if you are on antihypertensives ( blood pressure) tablets

Happy go lucky

Woot!! Incredible news! Y’all are the smartest people I know. It’s curiosity and observation that make the best scientists (and doctors too IMO). Blessings to you BakerJim and Wolf and all who freely share your research and information 🙏

Vitamin D prevents release of histamine from mast cells, which may be why it was in the Zelenoko and EMCV protocols?

bflyjesusgrl

Recently read that since Vitamin D is FAT soluble it is best to be taken with meals.

Others too….

Fat soluble vitamins (A, D, E, and K) will absorb better when fat is consumed with them. For example, the vitamins, minerals and antioxidants in kale absorb better when dietary fat is available.

For maximum absorption, the best time to take vitamin D and other fat-soluble vitamins is after you’ve eaten foods that contain fat. And you don’t need much: Dr. Perez-Gallardo says even small amounts of low- or whole-fat milk or yogurt will do the trick. So will eating food cooked with oil.

Zorrorides

Mmm bacon

bflyjesusgrl

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Deplorable Patriot

I’ve read over the years that all vitamins need to be taken either before or with a meal. Pre-natals, specifically, women are told to take them before a meal. Better absorption.

Valerie Curren

AND logic, again, for the win! 😉

Deplorable Patriot

That would explain why antihistamines work.

And why would anyone take Sudafed (whatever the active ingredient is there) when it spikes blood pressure.

SteveInCO

A lot of people here would love to sudafed.

But that’s a central banker issue, not a medical thing.

Deplorable Patriot

Stop. Just stop. You’re worse than the Couch Commando.

SteveInCO

Come on, I’ve been waiting for YEARS for the perfect opportunity to pull that one out.

Deplorable Patriot

I’m not a punster.

Cuppa Covfefe

My Anti-histamine threat because she wanted to sudafed too…

Cop said, “Allerest her if she doesn’t cut that out”…

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bflyjesusgrl

My sinuses are SOOOO bad.

That’s why I MUST take zyrtec daily. AND when uncontrollable sniffles and eye watering start I add Sudafed until it stops. I buy the 30mg generic tabs instead of the 120mg time released. I take 30, then another, and another until it stops. Some days I need NONE, other days it’s 2-5 doses. Unpredictable.

I have added Serrapeptase. It has worked wonders. Gets rid of mucous, reduces need for Sudafed.

Serrapeptase & Nattokinase: What You Need to Know | PulmonaryFibrosisNow.org

OMG, it protects me from WuFlu!!!!!
Frontiers | Serratiopeptidase, A Serine Protease Anti-Inflammatory, Fibrinolytic, and Mucolytic Drug, Can Be a Useful Adjuvant for Management in COVID-19 | Pharmacology (frontiersin.org)

ConclusionSEPD may be a promising therapeutic candidate for repurposing due to its immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory, mucolytic, antifibrotic, antithrombotic, antiviral, and fibrinolytic properties. SEPD, being an age-old, inexpensive, natural, and tolerated drug, may be a better alternative over other mucolytics or adjuvant with other drugs particularly in individuals with symptoms of sputum or mucus or productive cough. Recently, the animal models of COVID-19 become available that may facilitate preclinical evaluations to distinguish whether these candidate compounds are likely to become effective drugs. Though, the suggestion on the use in COVID-19 remains inconclusive until the proof of concept preclinical and clinical studies undertaken. But the potential of SEPD can’t be overlooked ascribed to its promising possible benefits in COVID-19. It may be able to limit fatal complications, including pulmonary and cardiovascular diseases, and improve the prognosis of COVID-19. However, it is important to highlight that, to date, no studies have demonstrated the experimental or clinical effects of SEPD in COVID-19.

Cuppa Covfefe

Pseudoephedrine Hydrochloride…. can cause palpitations or tachyardia, and is apparently a popular precursor to manufactured illicit drugs, e.g. amphetamines…

Deplorable Patriot

In this state, you have to show an ID, and sign something that states you’re not going to make meth before you can get it from a pharmacist.

TradeBait2

Same in TN because of the meth labs. You can patiently inventory it during periods when you do not need to use it while considering shelf life.

Valerie Curren

Scuba divers were told to use Sudafed because it wouldn’t cause problems with pressure changes, like going from a dive to a plane in the same day (at least in the ’80’s…)

wheatietoo

Thanks, Wolf!
 😊  👍 

I will stock up on more Benadryl.
Already use it quite a bit…for my allergies.

Benadryl is the only antihistamine that doesn’t give me nosebleeds.
I dunno why.
It doesn’t make my joints feel all dried out and creaky either.

That’s something to keep in mind, when taking antihistamines…
They have a drying effect on the whole body.

wheatietoo

I take the 25mg — two at a time.

They do the job of drying up my runny nose, and stop the sneezing.
Even helps a lot with itchy, watery eyes.

wheatietoo

Yeah, I’ve never taken more than 2 tabs at a time.

But I have taken them back to back…and after only 4 hours, when the others seem to have worn off.

Deplorable Patriot

Benadryl is not as drying. I used to take Allegra, and had extreme dry mouth.

Now, I have Benadryl around for bee stings and when the Couch Commando pulls a weed at work that just happens to be poison ivy.

scott467

Now watch these criminals try to ban antihistamines…

Go ahead criminals in lab coats, make my day…

Please… 😂

JasonD

If I may say so, you Sir have clearly found your calling! IMO of course, since I don’t know what else you may have done to top this.

You have previously indicated your intent to hold the feet of the perpetrators to the fire, so that is what would seem to be next, once this crisis has been doused.

Remember how the 3 letters crims weaseled out of 911 accountability for failing to detect the “plot”? They were REWARDED by your “lawmakers” with more money and power …

This is the same pattern that I pointed to yesterday between the climate and medical PROTECTION RACKET. They are ALL doing it, apparently.

Let this site become REKNOWN for shining a light on the “wolves in sheep’s clothing”. What better source of lighting for such that an endeavor than from the pre-eminent Wolfmoon!!!!!

Deplorable Patriot

I saw that study and immediately went out and bought a box of Benedryl. There’s no reason not to have it around.

Deplorable Patriot

BTW, from personal experience, Allegra is amazingly drying. I mean worse than Benadryl on a geometric scale. So, if you go that route, be sure to drink plenty of liquids. The dry mouth was a good part of the reason I refuse to take some of this stuff on a regular basis despite allergies out the wazoo. Not good on a number of levels to have dry mouth, not the least of which is my singing voice.

piper567

D, bad for the teeth also.

TradeBait2

Thanks for this confirmation, Wolf. Good info.

Have taken Xyzal every day for years for allergies. Before that is was Zyrtec, Claritin and Allegra. When I get a sinus infection, I have taken a Z-pac prescribed by my doc for decades. Who knew that is why I recovered so quickly along with a prescription of prednisone to open my nasal passaged and ear canals from that nasty cold/sinus infection (COVID) in March of 2020?

Well… I did.

Now I have added the supplements and Ivermectin I need to potentially avoid it happening at all going forward.

Done.

No panic. No anxiety. No fear. No mask. No lockdown. No social distancing. But a lot of disgust with medical professionals and leaders of our country. Turns out Satan lurks and uses people to murder and maim other people.

Deplorable Patriot

My Neti-Pot has been my sinus saving device.

TradeBait2

I forgot to mention that. I do the Navage and love it. My wife does the Neti.

trumpismine

enuff said
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SteveInCO

Big money.

And I mean literally BIG. OR, the man is four foot two.

Concerned Virginian

Wolf Moon
Thanks so much for an outstanding article!
Might be a good idea to stock up on one’s antihistamine of choice before it becomes “scarce”. Once this information gets out into the general public, the FDA / CDC will likely issue a “letter” about using antihistamines as “an unproven treatment for COVID-19” — and Amazon, the local pharmacy, etc., will stop selling it OTC. The goal of the FDA / CDC would be to bring back the “bad old days” when one had to have an Rx from a doctor to get an antihistamine.

By the way, many antihistamines are contraindicated for people with certain heart conditions, like Mitral Valve Prolapse. It may be possible to use a “non-drowsy” or “children’s version” of an antihistamine.

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kalbokalbs

Superb article.

Bookmarked.

While I have HCQ and IVM, picking up some antihistamines today.

So many affordable options to prevent AND treat Covid. Affordable, effective and NOT supporting the Big Pharma skeery narrative.

—-

For grins AND I want some more, plan to ask the local quack for a ZPack script when I see her in a couple weeks.

  • IF, and I expect she’ll ask why. I’ll cite the Spain old folks home report that treated 84 Covid cases with antihistamines. AND I want ZPack to treat any infection that might be setting in.
  • Thus far she is a wimp in CDCs corner. Refused to write an IVM script before. We’ll see if she’ll write the ZPack script so my better half and I are READY, if and when Covid arrives in-person, in our lives.

—-

Quite fortunate to have both HCQ and IVM. Preference which one to take for Covid, along with ZPack? Or not a significant difference?

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kalbokalbs

Thanks.

SteveInCO

I already double-dose on them, one type for a month then switching to another (since I build up a tolerance to them), with three in the rotation, just because I’ve had horrific allergic reactions to something I can’t definitively identify, from time to time.

So I should be good to go.

SteveInCO

How so? The allergic reaction? Years ago, and the meds plus prednisone knocked it out.

SteveInCO

Without running a battery of tests, you really don’t know.

I thought it might be my reptile food, but it hasn’t bothered me since.

bflyjesusgrl

PRAISE GOD!!!❤❤❤🙏🙏🙏❤❤❤
I take zyrtec daily.
Been doing it for almost 10 years.
I go to Sam’s and get their version, 2 bottles for super cheap, lasts me forever.
🤸‍♀️ 🤸‍♀️ 🤸‍♀️ 🤸‍♀️ 🤸‍♀️ 🤸‍♀️ 🤸‍♀️ 🤸‍♀️ 🤸‍♀️ 🤸‍♀️

Linda

I’ve been taking zyrtec daily since last spring when the pollen count went crazy here. I was having breathing difficulties, thinking some of it could be attributed to long COVID. It has worked great for me. But I notice that every time I stop taking them, the breathing difficulties come back.

bflyjesusgrl

See my comment on Serrapeptase. Read about serra and natto to clear lungs. May help for long WuFlu.🤗🤗🤗

Linda

Interesting. Thanks!

GrammyInD

VERY interesting! And since I have quite a history managing over-reactions to histamine in the diet for myself and several of my children, let me tell you how I deal with it.
I take a high dosage B complex, extra B6 (100mg), C and zinc daily as the last 3 are needed to process histamine. When I keep to this, I can eat almost anything with no problems, although there are a few things I react severely to (once collapsed in a store and was hospitalized, once the doctor had to hang an IV drip from the living room curtain rod before I got this all figured out)
When my sinuses swell shut and ache, it is always an indication I have had too much of one or more high histamine foods. If that happens, I take additional B6–usually 200 mg–and repeat that in 1-2 hours if necessary. Have had to take up to 600 or maybe 800 mg over a course of several hours to deal with certain things, but then my sinuses are cleared and I don’t pass out, get diarrhea or any of the other fun stuff that used to happen.
The specialist doctor for nutrition we used to go to assured us that we can take as much B6 as we want, so that’s what I do. And it works!
I have been wondering why doctors have started adding B complex to covid protocols and I’m thinking this might be the connection.

Please

Just picked up generic allergy relief with Loratadine 10mg tabs.

~$8 for box of 70 tabs, got two boxes.

Name brands Zyrtec, Allegra and Claritin were available for more

singingsoul1

That is a good deal good for you 🙂

Please

Mnay thanks for this article Wolfie as well as everything else you do for this place and the world. God Bless!