Posted by T
on July 25, 2000 at 19:44:42:
In Reply to: Re: Joint Pain posted by Harry on January 29, 2000 at 01:13:11:
: : After experiencing facial swelling that is related to food allergy, now I am suffering from extreme joint pain. It lasts about 24 hours and then reoccurs. Does anybody else get this pain? How do you begin to determine what you are allergic to when it seems like it could be a variety of things? And what type of Benadryl is best?
: HI Susan,
: Sometime joint pain can be caused by the nightshade vegetables which are: potatoes, tomatoes, peppers and eggplant.These veggies contain solanine which some people are very sensitive to. I know a person that is so sensitive that 6to8 potato chips will make her ache for a week.
: With food allergies, I get a severe headache so I use Potassium Bicarb/Calc.Carb. 1:1, Sodium Bicarb. works just as well but I prefer Potassium because I need it.I use 1/4 teaspoon in 6oz of water.I have a reaction with Benadryl.It makes me very---very sleepy.
: You use a Rotation Diet to determine the foods that give you a reaction. It will take alot of time to find out the foods that are causing problems.I hope this helps!!
: God Bless---Harry .
I remember of taking potassium bicarb/Calc carb 1:1 years ago from a friend for food allergy reactions, but she moved.
Where can I get this ? ( I know my joints get pain from food allergy reactions as it is obvious from experience, and yes, it was from tomatoes from the nightshade family of foods. I am looking for a
much longer list of foods from this family, and so far I can add paprika and tobacco.) And are there any other varieties of this "remedy" for severe headaches and severe pain in the neck joints from food allergies
that do not include a carbonate, which bloats? T