Inhibition of Release of Vasoactive and Inflammatory Mediators in Airway and Vascular Tissues


Inhibition of Release of Vasoactive and Inflammatory Mediators in Airway and Vascular Tissues and Macrophages By a Chinese Herbal Medicine Formula for Allergic Rhinitis

Herbal therapies are being used increasingly for the treatment of allergic rhinitis. The aim of this study was to investigate the possible pharmacological active and cellular targets of a Chinese...

Inhibitory Effects of Selaginella tamariscina on Immediate Allergic Reactions


The anti-allergic effects of a 70% ethanol extract from Selaginella tamariscina herb (EST) were evaluated in this study. EST given at the doses of 500 and 1000 mg/kg can inhibit mouse systemic an...

Histamine Injections and Sublingual Drops


Editor: We know that for many people an immune response plays a significant role in their symptoms of Tourette syndrome, obsessive compulsive disorder, depression, and/or autism. This valuable article addresses histamine, a key player in allergic responses.

Neutralization of histamine is often offered by environmental physicians (aaem.com). Dr. Robbins explains how histamine neutralization is approached in his office:

Modulation of Antigen-Induced Anaphylaxis in Mice by a Traditional Chinese Medicine Formula, Guo Min Kang


A traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) formula, Guo Min Kang (GMK), has been used in clinics in China for allergic diseases, including type I immediate hypersensitivity, a potentially fatal disease...

Herbal Medicines to Reduce the Excitatory Effect of Histamine and Treat Allergic Conditions


Histamine: What is it and What Effects Does it Have? What is Histamine?

Histamine is an excitatory neuro-transmitter which is made from the amino acid histidine.[ 1] Extensive research has shown that "histamine is a major mediator of allergic inflammation" and plays a key role in inflammatory diseases.[ 2]
The Presence of Histamine

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