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I have done years of acupressure and acupuncture with practitioners that were excellent but I did not see results. I also saw allergists for years. As you said, if you have HIT or MCAS, it’s not an allergy. You’re better off working on your gut health, and other mast cell triggers.
if your doctor knows about the condition, just explaining your symptoms will give him or her an idea. My doctor knew right away. He said blood tests aren’t very helpful.
I have tried acupuncture and it temporarily helps me. Usually helps for the runny nose etc but not other issues such as food reactions or skil problems. What are you interested in specifically?
Interested in hearing what other’s have to say about this because I would like to try it. But it’s expensive and want to make sure it’s worth it.
I’ve never used one because I haven’t been able to find one that understands HIT better than me.
Himalayan sea salt through a netty pot. Most useful tool to help my rhinitis.
Low histamine diet several months before allergy season.