Zinc Acetate Lozenges Provide Natural Allergy Relief
Wouldn't it be wonderful to have natural allergy relief? Such is now possible using ColdCure zinc acetate lozenges several times a day. Is that all there is to treating allergy? Yes! How can that be? It is not so difficult. Let me explain.
There are tissue, or mucosal, cells called mast cells, which are proliferate in the lining of the nose, throat, airway and lungs. These cells are well known in the medical literature to be mediators of Type I allergy, the type of allergy most often found in nasal and upper respiratory tract allergy. When these cells are triggered into action they cause inflammation, nasal congestion, nasal drainage, nose and throat pain, tickling, itchiness, coughing and sneezing - all of the symptoms commonly called "allergy". Once triggered into action by allergens, mast cells release histamine, leukotrienes, heparin, prostaglandins, SRS-A, and various powerful vasoactive amines from granules on the surface of mast cells causing allergy symptoms.
The typical antihistamine blocks the allergen by binding with it to make it a "non-allergen". Zinc works differently, it prevents release of all those agents. PERIOD.
In the healthy (non allergic) mast cell, Zn2+ ions are also bound in other surface granules which counter those allergy symptom reactions. In mast cells that don't have sufficient zinc, as is usually found in the allergy patient, the allergy symptom reactions prevail over the inhibitory action of the native mast cell granule zinc ions causing those dreaded allergy symptoms.
Replacing missing native Zn2+ ions with Zn2+ ions from zinc acetate lozenges prevents further histamine and leukotrienes release from mast cell granules as well as release of all mast cell granule contents because Zn2+ ions very strongly stabilize mast cell plasma membranes, shutting of the flow of these allergy symptom provoking biochemicals. Consequently, by adding more zinc ions from an exogenous source, such as zinc acetate lozenges, allergy symptoms are terminated, and may remain terminated for up to twelve hours. Over a few weeks time, allergy symptoms often seem to subside perhaps because Zn2+ ions from zinc acetate lozenges are absorbed into the mast cell granules where they function in the way nature intended.
Topical, oral use, of zinc lozenges allows reasonably small doses to have a local allergy fighting effect, not a whole body effect.
Some people swallow zinc dietary supplements in an effort to replace the zinc in the mast cells. However, it appears that these large dietary doses would need to be taken for at least a year for results to be permanent, and such large doses could cause toxic effects such as immunosuppression within a month.
Remember that the cure for allergy and the cure for asthma is often as simple as eliminating dust mites from your bedding and from under and behind your bed. As much as 80% of all cases of asthma are caused by dust mite infestation of bedding and mattresses. Is this an asthma cure? Yes, and it is essentially a free cure for asthma and allergy. This high incidence rate is particularly true for children. Simply remove all bedding from the mattress, wash the bedding in hot water several times and replace it. Before you replace the bedding, vacuum the mattress at least twice. Get a dustmite cover for your mattress and put the mattress inside the cover. Dust mite covers that totally encase the mattress are the type you want. They come in both plastic and fabric and they should seal the mattress from the air and future dust mite contamination. The weave of fabric coverings should prevent, or nearly prevent, you from blowing your breath through the covering. Also cover the box spring and pillows. What you are trying to do is seal all bedding from future contamination from dust mites. Any dust on the bedding is very likely to be dust mite droppings and carcasses. Do not breath the dust! Read some of these google articles for more information.
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