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What about Hey Fever,

by Dr Christina Rahm

Hay fever, also known as seasonal allergy, is common today and can be attributed to environmental factors. You come into contact with a harmless substance such as pollen, and your immune system is

activated because the pollen feels like danger.

From here, it alerts immune cells called mast cells to act against this "invader," and they release a chemical called histamine. Histamine then causes inflammation in the affected area and triggers the production of mucus.

For example, if you inhale pollen, you may experience a scraping throat accompanied by mucus that makes you cough. One cause of seasonal allergies that is overlooked is an overloaded and overworked liver.

Although our liver is not directly responsible for seasonal allergies, its connection to our immune system makes it very important in creating a healthy immune response. One of the functions of the liver is to rid our bodies of heavy metals, drugs and other dangerous substances. If you have noticed an increase in seasonal allergies, supporting your liver is a crucial piece of the puzzle. There are many ways to support the liver, one of which is avoiding toxins, as the liver is the main detoxification site.

Avoid toxins in food, including chemical additives such as preservatives, artificial flavors and artificial sweeteners. Too much sugar or trans fats can also have a toxic impact on your health. In the environment, toxins can come in the form of heavy metals, pesticides, or chemical compounds in your personal care products. Lifestyle toxins include drugs, cigarettes, and alcohol.

Cleanslate is an effective QUANTUMCEUTICAL to help support the liver. It works by attracting and holding heavy metals as it passes through the body. It works like a magnet, with each negatively charged zeolite particle removing positively charged toxins from the body.

Dr. Christina Rahm

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