Histamine Invasions

Histamine Invasions

Spring is here! Flowers are blooming, grass is green and Mother Nature offers her rays of warm sun as a relief for the winter’s chill. For some of us, flowers and grass can give rise to pollen sensitivity. Pollen present, high levels of histamine can surface and result in the sudden onset of sniffles, sneezing and irritability. Or can they? According to a new study it is pathogenic microbes in the gastrointestinal tract that significantly increase histamine production, thus contributing to the very same symptoms most associate with seasonal allergies. Looks like pollen is not the only cause of sniffles and sneezes -- gut bugs are too!

“To make this discovery, scientists studied the effect of two strains of pathogenic microbes on isolated mouse white blood cells tasked with killing neutrophils. Results showed that one strain killed the neutrophils, but the second strain produced substances that caused the neutrophils to increase their production of histamine significantly.”

To combat Springtime histamine invasion:

Loving Energy™ & Liver Life™ are famous for turning sneezes into laughter and sniffles into smiles so you can enjoy hugs of pollen and kisses of colors. This way, you can impress Mother Nature by planting flowers and wearing clothes that mimic her orchids, lilacs and lilies. She totally loves that!

To defend against Microbial Histamine Invasion:
CytoFlora™ improves the immune response to these pathogenic gut microbes responsible for trying to give Mother nature a bad rap. It ends unpleasant histamine communications with a simple "Gesundheit!"

What are Histamine?
Histamine are immune system mediators, or chemical messengers that act as a vehicle for communication between different parts of the immune system.  They are released from mast cells and basophils when IgE bind to an invader that enters the body. The release of histamine causes an inflammatory response, constricts smooth muscle, dilates blood vessels, makes vessel walls abnormally permeable and inhibits the production of neurotransmitters like serotonin and dopamine.  Inside the brain, histamine cause our tears to flow, determines pain sensitivity, and sexual libido. In high levels, they simply make us feel icky.

Today's predominant pollen:  Birch, Maple and Ash.
Histamine levels: High
Today’s gut imbalance: Pathogenic Microbes

Histamine levels: High


Regardless if pollen or gut imbalances are making you feel unwell, BioRay™ has solutions. And we have to mention, it would not be possible without Mother Nature. Mothers simply do know EVERYTHING!

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Written by: The BioRay Staff See other articles by The BioRay Staff
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BioRay utilizes the balance of nature and science to create safe and effective organic whole food supplements that support health, vitality and the environment. BioRay products were created in clinic and are manufactured by integrating clinically tested ingredients with proprietary methods. Committed to quality and maintaining the integrity of each formula, BioRay blends its products in small, personally attended batches and uses only the highest quality organic ingredients. BioRay products include CytoFlora™- contains beneficial bacteria that have been cell wall lysed (decimated), releasing the vital substances and nutrients from the cell wall and cytoplasm. These immune system modulators exist inside the cell of healthy bacteria and are not readily available in most probiotic formulas.

CytoFlora™ assists in balancing the gastro-intestinal tract and creating an environment for live healthy intestinal flora to colonize. This proprietary manufacturing process makes CytoFlora™ a unique and potent lysed probiotic tincture.

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