Allergies and Medications. Allergies and medications are an important issues. According to a survey from the National Center for Health Statistics, forty-six per-cent of the U.S. population used one or more prescription drugs in the past 30 days. Among those are patients with chronic conditions that require daily doses of medication, or multiple medications. All medications contain active and inactive ingredients. Inactive ingredients, called excipients, may cause an allergy to the medication in patients making the medications less effective, or even harmful. Allergen labeling is not mandated on medication! Food and medicine are regulated by the US Food and Drug Administration, however, the labeling requirements for food and for medications are not the same. Certain ingredients labeled on food products, are not have to be labeled on medications. The difference in labeling requirements is extremely important for the allergic patient and patients with hypersensitivity. In 2004, the Food Allergen Labeling…Read More
Dr. Cushing researched and developed his own noninvasive AllerCease™ technique for allergy elimination.
Over a 98% success rate.
Dr. A. I. Cushing D.C.,D.Ch.,C.N.C.,F.S.A.C.
Syndromes we specialize in using holistic medicine:
- Allergies & Hypersensitivities.
- Chronic Fatigue.
- ADD & ADHD.
- Weight loss
- Chronic Pain
- Female Hormone Imbalances
- Emotional Freedom Technique
From the Holistic Medicine Doctor’s Blog:
Dust Mite Allergies & Asthma What is a Dust Mite and where can I find them? Dust and Dust Mites are common in most households. Because of their translucent bodies and minute size, dust mites are virtually invisible to the naked eye. While dust mites appear in nearly all homes, they thrive in humid conditions. Areas where musty and mildew odors are present are more likely to have higher concentrations of dust mites. Dust mites are not airborne, instead they cling to dust and fabrics, such as upholstery and are also commonly found in places containing flakes of human skin tissue such as bedding and bathrooms. Do I have a Dust Mite allergy? Some people may confuse simply sneezing with an allergy to dust or dust mites, however the reason we sneeze is to expel irritants and cleanse our nasal cavities. So simply sneezing while in a dusty environment does…Read More