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    Quote Originally Posted by Gadawg View Post
    Southeastern Lone Star tick and due to climate change, that species has spread all the way up into PA so wear permanone. There are thousands upon thousands of new cases of this every year.
    One of those little bastards got me and I ended up with lyme. Got it early due to the sunburn type of rash; no bulls-eye. Heavy antibiotics for 4 weeks and done. My GP was a no- fuuk-around kinda guy and got me into a Infectious Disease Specialist within 2 days. I got all the BW done for evidence of all those nasty little fuukers.

    I hope this does the job buddy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by snake View Post
    One of those little bastards got me and I ended up with lyme. Got it early due to the sunburn type of rash; no bulls-eye. Heavy antibiotics for 4 weeks and done. My GP was a no- fuuk-around kinda guy and got me into a Infectious Disease Specialist within 2 days. I got all the BW done for evidence of all those nasty little fuukers.

    I hope this does the job buddy!

    Lyme is really bad too. You got lucky.

    My family camp in Perry County, PA has the most ticks of anywhere Ive ever seen in that scrub blueberry type stuff that grows in the mountains. I can remember pulling hundreds of them off my clothes opening of rifle one year.

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    I have to admit that I am skeptical but I am definitely interested in how this turns out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSwolePump View Post
    I have to admit that I am skeptical but I am definitely interested in how this turns out.
    I was too but this isnt some new thing. I found a peer reviewed medical journal study on its effectiveness from the year 2000

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    I had a bite of steak on wednesday the size of a pea. No reaction.

    Last night for the first time in 16 years I had a normal sized bite from a steak. No reaction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gadawg View Post
    I had a bite of steak on wednesday the size of a pea. No reaction.

    Last night for the first time in 16 years I had a normal sized bite from a steak. No reaction.
    Tonight: 16oz porterhouse challenge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jin View Post
    Tonight: 16oz porterhouse challenge.
    lol. No, Im supposed to ease back into it. I think it’s a lesson about life in general though. Open your mind to different things. The rules we have been brainwashed to live by are often not correct. The medical profession HATES talk of this treatment but it’s curing thousands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gadawg View Post
    This stands for Solimanís Auricular Allergy Treatment. It is a treatment invented by Dr. Soliman to decrease or totally remove an allergy from an individual. It is based on accupuncture and basically uses tiny needles placed in specific spots in the inner ear that the patient wears for 21 days straight. After 21 days the patient very slowly integrates the allergen back into their life.

    Ive had the alpha gal (mammalian meat) allergy for 16 years. I had never heard of this treatment until recently and I initially laughed at it. That is, until I started looking into it. The results are pretty staggering. Basically, this can be used to treat an allergy to anything. It only uses one doctor visit and typically costs less than $200. I had my needles placed today so Ill report back but Ive read hundreds of reports from people who had this done and lost their deadly food allergies entirely. Might want to look into it if you or a loved one have allergies. Children with asthma cam be treated also

    how does this help children with asthma? as its a respitor issue.... or is asthma caused by allergies as well?

    how big are the needles and how do the stay in durring sleep and rubbing ur ears around on pillows etc...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkbear View Post
    What about allergie injections? Where they test you for what your allergic too and give you injections of it to build your immune system up. I did it when I was younger

    what do they do injections with? histamine reducer, or the allergen so ur body build a tolerance? id be interested in this as i have allergies and just got another shot for my allergies i usually just get kenalog shots and it lasts me about 6 months
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gadawg View Post
    Southeastern Lone Star tick and due to climate change, that species has spread all the way up into PA so wear permanone. There are thousands upon thousands of new cases of this every year.

    so is it lyme based then since it was tick related? there is a great guy who has been on the boards for years who opened his own medical practice to aide in lyme and things which u name as being allergic to...
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    It’s not lyme based. Im assuming asthma is an allergic condition so this probably helps treat it. Not sure why it matters but the needles are so tiny you cannot feel them at all and theyre covered with a bandage.

    Dr Soliman is the leading authority on this

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