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histamine intolerance & artichoke extract

Discussion in 'Hypersensitivity and Intolerance' started by ebethc, May 25, 2015.

  1. ebethc

    ebethc Senior Member

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    If you have a histamine problem, does artichoke extract help?? Which histamine receptor does artichoke affect?

    I just took some artichoke extract and it REALLY helped make me feel better - not 100%, but enough that I may be on to something... I have problems w inflammation, and I understand that H4 is linked to inflammation, so I'm wondering of artichoke interacts w that receptor.... Also, if anyone knows which OTC remedies help which receptors, that would be great; I'd love to experiment. btw - I don't get much relief from Benadryl or Zantac, but I believe those only affect H1 & H2
     
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  2. Its the liver. Phase 1 liver processes them. Do you also have CYP450 mutations (with drug intolerances)?
     
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    ebethc Senior Member

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    Not sure... I've had every test that i could think of, so where do I look?

    I couldn't find it in 23 and me, nutrahacker, livewello, sterlings app or promethease, but I was querying CYP450... is there another way to look? thanks.
     
  4. 23and me tests for it and you will have it in most reports under Detox. It is a whole range of enzymes that run phase 1 of the liver and start with CYP....
     
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    ebethc Senior Member

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    sorry - I still can't find it... I usually just "BROWSE RAW DATA" and query a specific gene or snp. How do I navigate to this report? are you sure it's still available? I know a couple of years ago they removed alot of functionality... if you can help, I would really appreciate it - thanks!
     
  6. there are a long list of snps that run through the liver (about 78 from memory) so you will not be able to easily browse raw data. What report readers have you used. These are KEY snps so they should be on there. They were on all the report readers I used. MTHFR Support, Genetic Genie, etc
     
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    ebethc Senior Member

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    These are the "cyp's" from genetic genie...No cyp450, but other ones.
     

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