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Seeking Osteopathic Doctor to See for My Son's Allergies

Hello mama's! Can anyone recomment a good osteopathic doctor they see? My son's allergies and eczema are out of control and I'm looking for alternative ways to hlep him.

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Dr. Block at the Block Center in Hurst. Check her out athttp://www.blockcenter.com/

I highly recommend her for alternative. Read her story about her daughter.

Best to you!

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Dr. Cordas in Bedford is a wonderful doctor, and he uses homeopathic treatment.

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Dr. M. Ann Block, DO: www.blockcenter.com

She is a world renowned expert on uncovering allergies.

Also, you might consider gluten or dairy as the source of his allergies. You can figure out if gluten is the problem on your own: www.enterolab.com
This test is far more accurate than what either Dr. Block would test or the blood test that any doc will run, as it's looking for antibodies at the source - in the stool.

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Hi A.,

The best alternative way to help your son is adaptogens! I highly recommend an incredible book titled Adaptogens: Herbs for Strength, Stamina, and Stress Relief by Winston and Maimes. It is fascinating. From the book "There is a category of herbs called adaptogens that help the human body adapt to stress, support normal metabolic processes, and restore balance. They increase the body's resistance to physical, biological, emotional, and environmental stressors and promote normal physiologic function".

The 10 most potent adaptogens on the earth, with the highest therapeutic properties available, are now delievered in a fast acting oral spray, called Tunguska Mist. Go to www.VitalHealth.TunguskaMist.com to learn more.

Tunguska Mist Pure will help reduce the negative effects of stress on your son's body (including weakened immune system), and help restore balance, or homeostasis. Tunguska Mist tastes great and with the intra-oral spray you get over 90% of the nutrients absorbed immediately, which go to work within seconds. A serving size is 6 sprays for adults (1/2 that for kids under 100 lbs) inside the lining of the cheeks. So, I would start with 1 or 2 sprays for your son, as needed, and go from there.

My husband used to be on allergy medications and used Affrin all the time. Since he's been taking adaptogens, my husband doesn't deal with any allergies, and no longer takes any medications. Adaptogens have made a world of difference for my husband, and it is proven. We are passionate about helping people reduce the damaging effects of stress on the body and restoring balance naturally, without medications. Good luck and God Bless:)

Best regards,
N.

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I am into natural remedies starting with getting all toxic cleaners out of your house. Reply if you would like me to send you more info.

Mary B is right on target with her recommendation. I experienced the same symptoms and after being treated for food allergies: cow milk, cane sugar, wheat, and staying away from those foods, I now am completely free of eczema. If I eat a food product prepared with cow milk, cane sugar or high fructose corn syrup, the eczema breaks out on my hands within 24 hours. The intestinal tract plays a huge part in our allergy issues. I now use only goat milk dairy products and Xylitol or pure maple syrup for sweetner and my symptoms are gone. Do some internet research, you will find lots of info about the close link between cow dairy, cane sugar and allergies. Keep looking until you find a doctor that will administer the correct stool test and treat the cause, not just mask the symptoms, which is only temporary and allows your body to continue to make itself sicker. Good luck.

check out www.discoverlimu.com/jcarden
Original Limu works great at helping your body heal itself.
Let me know if I can help after seeing the website.
J.

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