Pet Allergies – Allergy Elimination

by Deserving Pets on July 15, 2010

If we look at our immune system and compare it to a computer, we can see how it remembers and reruns a program, recognizing an invading ‘bug’ many years after the original infection to gear up against it, knowing just what to do. But what if the item the immune system is reacting to is a simple food or a tree pollen? Where did it learn to react so ferociously against these ‘allergens’? If the entirety of a body’s construction is geared toward survival, then where is the sense in a child dying from eating one piece of a peanut or from one bee sting? Allergies in their mildest forms are merely nuisances. But for some, contact with an allergen could result in death.

Dr. Devi Nambudripad

An allergy is an inappropriate and exaggerated response by the immune system to a substance it has logged into its ‘computer’ as an enemy. Allergies may present as digestive problems and of course as the ‘itchy’ dog. A remarkable technique for eliminating allergies was discovered several years ago by Dr. Devi Nambudripad.

Afflicted all her life with extremely severe allergies, Dr. Nambudripad became both a chiropractor and an acupuncturist in the course of searching for solutions to her problem, all the while surviving on white rice and broccoli…two of the only foods she could tolerate. One day, however, she made the mistake of biting into a carrot, and began to develop an immediate severe allergic reaction. Quickly placing needles in some of her own acupuncture points, she passed out while still holding on to the offending carrot. Upon awakening, as she later recounted, she had a great feeling of peace, and discovered she was no longer allergic to carrots.

From this serendipitous discovery, she subsequently developed and refined a therapy for allergy sufferers she dubbed the Nambudripad Allergy Elimination Technique abbreviated as N.A.E.T. This non-invasive method uses a special combination of chiropractic treatment, muscle response testing and acupuncture to reprogram the brain and nervous system. The technique is one that might be compared to using a virus search program in to correct a malfunctioning computer.

After first identifying an allergy trigger through muscle response testing, the practitioner goes about correcting the source of a blockage or imbalance in the body causing that allergy. This is done by a technique that corrects the misperception of the immune system. This, in effect, enables the body to heal itself by restoring the unrestricted flow of such energy – a sort of correcting reprogramming that harmonizes and therefore normalizes the reaction to the allergen. Each treatment teaches your dog’s body to that an allergen, whether it be as beef or a pollen, is a friend rather than an enemy. The allergens are identified using test vials of allergens, which are evaluated using Applied Kinesiology. The technique is one that involves using your muscles to ascertain how your body responds to something or, to put it another way, using your muscle strength to measure bio-energy. It’s a method widely used by holistic veterinarians, chiropractors and naturopathic doctors. But you needn’t be a professional to learn and practice it, as many lay people have learned to do. It’s a practical, reliable and effective diagnostic tool that has become increasingly popular over the past three decades or so.

The inventor of Applied Kinesiology is Dr. George Goodhart, a Detroit chiropractor. After his first seminar in 1974, many other practitioners began using it with great success to determine the causes of problems that had previously seemed to defy diagnosis by every other technique at their disposal. Over the ensuing years, this method of testing for triggers of various conditions has blossomed into a major diagnostic art, with many more medical professionals, including veterinarians, adopting it in their practices. (The book Your Body Doesn’t Lie by Dr. John Diamond is an excellent source of information on the subject.)

A few visits are usually sufficient to eliminate food allergies, while follow-ups are generally needed to successfully rid patients of allergies to grass, pollen, weeds, trees and flowers; dust and fabrics; mold; vaccines, and anything else that triggers a response. Various other treatments have since been formulated that are based on this one.

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