Treat histamine intolerance causally
08 July 2020
Dr. Dorothee Bös et al.
Histamine is found almost everywhere in the body. Histamine intolerance can therefore manifest itself in many different ways. Vital mushrooms offer a good alternative to conventional medicine.
Symptoms, causes and diagnosis
Histamine intolerance can manifest itself in the digestive tract, skin, respiratory tract, mucous membranes, cardiovascular system, nervous system and endocrine system.
Due to the wide range of possible symptoms, there is a high risk of confusion with other diseases that cause similar symptoms. Responsible for the intolerance is a “too much” of histamine, with which the body can not handle. There are many causes for this, for example genetic defects, intestinal diseases, pancreatic weakness, long-term use of acid blockers, alcohol consumption, hormonal disorders, lack of vital substances or coeliac disease.
There are various possibilities for diagnosis, but they also have their pitfalls.
Conventional medicine offers the possibility of treating the symptoms of histamine intolerance with medication. In the long term, causal therapy with medicinal mushrooms, intestinal rehabilitation and stress reduction are recommended (in addition). Initially, a low-histamine diet is also useful to bring calm to the body.
The correct intake of medicinal mushrooms can have a histamine-reducing effect. They regulate our immune system and the activity of our organs. Vital mushrooms also help in the regeneration of the gastrointestinal mucosa. Taken as mushroom powder capsules, they can address the causes of histamine intolerance.