Can Systemic Enzymes Help With Allergies?


Allergies are one of the most unpleasant conditions that people can suffer from. Unfortunately, they tend to be all too common in Canada. But here’s the thing: Just because they are common doesn’t make them any less painful or bothersome.

If you are among the thousands of unlucky Canadians who suffer from seasonal allergies or food allergies, then we have a good news for you: Systemic enzymes can help alleviate their symptoms.

But before going any further, we would like to state that people with severe and/or life-threatening allergies should always avoid food to which they know they are allergic. (Of course, this doesn’t mean that they shouldn’t include systemic enzymes in their diet, only that they should steer clear of allergy-inducing food(s) without the approval of their doctor.)

With that being said, how exactly can systemic enzymes help alleviate allergies?

Well, the same way they help alleviate a myriad of other conditions: By “munching” on mucus, fibrin, scar tissue and effectively cleaning and improving blood circulation. But that’s not all — they also break down protein chains that cause inflammation as well as protein allergens that are behind allergic reactions and allergic diseases. Systemic enzymes have been known to reduce secretions and causing them to become less viscous. The symptoms of hay fever, as an example, have been shown to be greatly diminished with the help of systemic enzyme therapy.

If you needed one more incentive to try out systemic enzyme therapy, then you have one! But before you dive headfirst into systemic enzyme therapy and go run to the nearest natural supplements store, we urge you to spend some time carefully examining the product options available to you. If possible, make sure that you buy “blends” that include papain and/or other proteolytic enzyme(s) as low levels of these have been linked to allergies in the past. :-)

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