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Tree Nut Allergy

Our Tree nut allergy treatment is important because tree nut allergies are one of the most common food allergies in children and adults, being one of the “big eight” foods people have an adverse reaction to, sometimes even fatal.

The Allergy Kit's natural allergy treatment stops tree nut symptoms by reprogramming the immune system to accept rather than fight tree nuts.

The Allergy Kit can be a great tool when it comes to eliminating tree nut allergy, but there is a warning!

If you know you can have an anaphylactic reaction, you have to do the treatment with a surrogate, which means you don’t touch the vial yourself; instead you have someone else help you and hold the vial. After treatment(s), you must get tested to be absolutely sure that you no longer are allergic before you consume tree nuts. You do this treatment at your own risk!

Tree nuts can cause the same severe reactions as peanuts, even if the amount to which the person is exposed is extremely small.

People can react to tree nuts even though they ate them once before without any reaction, but that’s when the body started to make antibodies and thus reacts the next time the nuts are consumed.

There are many hidden sources of Tree Nuts, despite labeling guidelines from the FDA. In restaurants, they may use nuts without thinking of people with allergies, so it’s always good to ask!

Tree Nut proteins can be found in cookies, cereals, crackers, energy and protein bars, in desserts and beverages just to mention a few.

They are also hidden in personal hygiene products like lotions, shampoos, perfumes and soaps, and – who would look there?

So, even if you never would eat a tree nut it is important to treat with The Allergy Kit! With so many hidden sources where you can have a negative reaction, it should be a no-brainer!

People seldom are allergic to just one type of tree nut, so allergists usually will tell patients to avoid all tree nuts. Among the most common are: Almond, Cashew, Coconut, Chestnut, Hazelnut, Macadamia, Pecan ad Pistachio

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