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Mild chemical sensitivity - what to do?

Discussion in 'Addressing Biotoxin, Chemical & Food Sensitivities' started by Fogbuster, Jan 2, 2014.

  1. Fogbuster

    Fogbuster Senior Member

    I think I have sensitivities to mold or dust as always have one or both nostrils clogged whilst in bed. Get asthma symptoms when I smoke a cigarette and got pretty intense brain fog when my niece sat next to me with her peroxide coloured hair within about 3 mins. So no severe symptoms but enough to be irritating and stop healing progress.

    I have been trying to treat leaky gut, SIBO and yeast issues with absolutely no results and I think I need to address toxicity issues first before I can make any progress.

    What are the first steps to take?

    I'm going to buy a far infrared sauna. Not going to do colonic irrigation which is unbelievably dangerous, don't want to spend loads on "colon cleanser" rubbish, although might try a coffee yeah if anyone has any experience and previous success doing certain things I'd love to know!!

  2. minkeygirl

    minkeygirl But I Look So Good.

    Left Coast
    This is not a cure but I was told by an Environmental doctor to drink 1/4 tsp baking soda in 4 oz of water after an exposure. It really helps a lot. You can also use Alka Seltzer Gold.

    I kept a bottle with me if I knew I was
    Going to be someplace where I had a problem
  3. Plum

    Plum Senior Member

    Improve liver detox with herbs - I like NOW Liver Detoxifier and Regenerator

    Colon - try magnesium supplements, slippery elm and psyllium to help clean out the pipes.

    Bentonite clay was recommended to me but it doesn't work for me!

    Juicing - organic veges.

    Activated charcoal does me a few favours!

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