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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > DIET & CARE > Angoras have wayyyy too much hair!!! Can I shave him?
Last Post by poopy at 3/12/2007 2:22 PM (22 Replies)
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User is Offline poopy
Orange County, CA
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2/28/2007 8:18 PM
What do you take? I did accupuncture for a year with no improvement. I haven't heard of anything specifically for allergies but some herbal supplements I take are supposed to help with immunity and inflammation. I also take some herbal supplements, echinicea, olive/oregano, ginko, ginseng, omega3, evening primrose, garlic, spirulina (you can tell I am a Trader Joe's herbal junky)
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User is Offline barbara elliott
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3/01/2007 3:43 AM
I love Trader Joe's too. I confess I don't have allergies myself, but I've read that sometimes they can be a sign of other "imbalances" in the body (like slow digestion, or maybe the liver needs a boost--I've read that when the liver is having a hard time clearing out "wastes" from our bodies, we can be more sensitive and "reactive" --that's when allergies can show up, or in my case, skin outbreaks). I'm at work right now, but I'll look some stuff up when I get home so I can give you detailed info. At the very least, I have a couple awesome books that are good reading for health. Also, if you have a Whole Foods around, or another high-quality health food store, you could ask them what they recommend. Trader Joe's has supplements, but doesn't really carry "remedies", such as homeopathy or specific herbal tinctures (herbal extracts in liquid form). Homeopathy, in my opinion, is a fascinating science--it's "drug-free" because they use natural substances that are *very* highly diluted, the idea is not to drug the body, but guide the body and stimulate it to do it's own healing; it's widely used in Europe and is very safe. Since we talk about poo and everything here, I'll tell you this story: I really became a believer in homeopathy when I had a urinary-tract infection (and we girls know how uncomfortable that can be) and a homeopathic remedy did the trick.

Blah blah blah--I'll stop before I write a novel. But I will post some specific resources, soon, if you're interested.

User is Offline poopy
Orange County, CA
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3/12/2007 2:22 PM
Thanks, I ordered some over the counter homeopathic stuff as well as allergy herbal mixes inclu. nettle and some other stuff. i also take several immunity suplements already that i had listed in my previous post. what i have found with herbal stuff is that for chronic conditions, herbs help, but definitely cannot be used alone.
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