My name is Elna Cain and I’m a writer for the Allergy Kit. Dr. Ynge Ljung and Herbert Hoffman wanted me to try the Allergy Kit and journal my findings on their blog.
I suffer from allergies. It wasn’t always like this.
I grew up allergy-free with no hint of a runny nose or watery eyes. I could eat whatever I wanted – pizza, fried chicken and chocolate ice cream were the norm for me during high school.
It was during college that I suddenly started having symptoms of seasonal allergies. I had moved to a northern city where the climate was wetter than where I grew up. The flora was also different. Gone were the palm trees and sand that I grew up with – hello to the Douglas fir and dense forests wherever I looked.
Within three years of living in this rainforest-like climate, I began to show seasonal allergy symptoms. I had difficulty breathing, a runny nose, post-nasal drip and watery eyes.
I don’t take any medication for my allergies. Whatever I do is entirely natural. I typically use my Netti pot on a daily basis and this helps me throughout the day.
I also recently learned that I became sensitive to wheat in my late 20’s. I found my diet of bread, pasta and cereal was causing me to gain weight.
When I stopped eating processed carbs, I lost weight. Carbs also made me feel more irritable and upset.
Over the years I went off and on various eating plans – from the Atkins diet to the Paleo and finally the Primal diet.
But, after having my twins, I found it difficult to make homemade food and relied on processed and ready-made dishes.
Through all this, my seasonal allergies have turned into all year-round allergies. I moved closer to the Great Lakes where the winters are colder and the summers are hotter.
The Allergy Kit
When Dr. Ljung and Herbert hired me to be their content writer, I studied their website copy.
The Allergy Kit isn’t a testing kit. Dr. Ljung is claiming the kit will eliminate all or most of your allergies. The kit uses the power of energy medicine and intention to rid the body of your allergies.
To be honest, I’m not sure if this will work, but as long as it doesn’t do more harm than good, I will give it a try.
The kit comes with a box of 8 little vials filled with clear liquid, a laser pen much like what a teacher would use on a whiteboard, an instructional manual and a health survey.
Dr. Ljung advises you to fill out the health survey before you start the kit and 1 week after you finish it. This gives you a comparative view of your health and to see if the Allergy Kit is responsible for an improvement or not.
I filled out my health survey. My grand total is 130. There is no indication if that number is high or not, but I did score high on the Respiratory section of the survey.
3 Points About the Allergy Kit
• It’s suggested to place the vials away from computers, microwaves and cell phones. The vials hold “the energetic charge of the item being treated” and must be free of any electromagnetic emissions.
• The kit I received comes with seven vials and a stress vial, all targeted for food allergies and metal toxicity. The manual states if I work on eliminating my food allergies my seasonal allergies will improve, due to a stronger immune system.
• Before you do the treatments, it’s advised that you voice your intention with the product. The Allergy Kit gives you a couple of phrases to repeat before each treatment to help you voice your intention.
I’m excited to try the kit, but I do have my doubts. Since there are no needles or medicine to take, how is it suppose to work?
I understand positive thinking can help with healing your body. With my background in Psychology, I am aware of the mind-body connection. There are studies showing how people will have improvement when given a placebo.
I’m looking forward to trying the Kit and will view the instructional video on how to implement this treatment. Stay tuned for my next post on what happens when I try the Allergy Kit out.