|A patient presented with random anaphylactic reactions alongside skin rashes.
The patient had not tried any other products and was very hesitant to take anything in case she had an anaphylactic reaction.
The patient was prescribed a small amount of Enterosgel over a few days. The initial dose consisted of 1 teaspoon of Enterosgel mixed in 200ml of water with the dose increasing to 1 tablespoon per day over a period of one week.
Within a few days of Enterosgel usage, the patient’s skin rash had disappeared.
The patient has increased her dose to 1 tablespoon twice a day, which she has been taking now for 2 months and there has been no return of the rash or the anaphylactic reactions.
The practitioner stated that what she liked most about Enterogel was
That I felt completely sure she would not react to this product and would help reduce her obvious histamine overload. Plus it is easy to start on a low dose and increase.
The practitioner further recommended Enterosgel for similar cases and said that this was the second time she had seen success with Enterosgel for a case of skin conditions combined with histamine reactivity.