The expulsion of odiferous gas is usually a problem of maldigestion of food. Ammonia and hydrogen sulfide gasses are produced when undigested food is fermented in the colon. Another cause of flatulence may be the presence of bad bacteria in the colon. Giving your dog digestive enzymes and probiotics (good bacteria) in the diet often eliminates flatulence.
For those who suffer from reactions to dust, mold, pollen, environmental pollutants, animal dander, etc.
Remember the game Space Invaders? Just like the game hero, our bodies are attacked by various invaders on a daily basis. And while some people are prepared for the attack, others are not. Our immune system is designed to protect the body from invaders of all kinds. It recognizes, responds to, and clears out foreign substances which penetrate the protective barriers of skin and mucosal surfaces.
Irritants such as dust, mold, pollen, environmental pollutants and dander cause the body to react by releasing mediators of inflammation (histamine, serotonin, prostaglandins, and bradykinin). This is the body"s natural way of defending itself.
Each mediator has a specific function. For example: Histamine and serotonin are designed to constrict smooth muscle cells.(1) Prostaglandins can regulate the release of histamine.(2) Serotonin increases vascular permeability, allowing for fluid to accumulate in the affected parts of the body.(3) Let's not forget the bradykinin which is a potent vasodilator that increases the permeability of the blood vessels.(4)
Unfortunately, the release of all these compounds can be uncomfortable for the host (you).
There is a silver lining: Quercetin - an extremely active bioflavonoid which inhibits the manufacture and release of histamine.(5) It also acts as an antioxidant, sparing vitamin C for other actions.
Vitamin C - a noted antioxidant and immunostimulant (big word for "it supports your immune system"). Vitamin C inhibits histamine release and helps break it down if it is released.(6)
Pantothenic Acid - is important for the production of various immune system cells.(7)
Stinging Nettle Leaf - contains a large amount of Vitamins A, C, and E.(8) These vitamins are associated with both antioxidant and immune system modulating activities.(9)
Bromelain - is found in the stem of the pineapple. A proteolytic enzyme, bromelain breaks up large, negatively charged proteins which attract fluid such as histamine and bradykinin.
Magnesium - is involved in over 300 enzymatic reactions relating to every system in the body including relaxation of smooth muscle cells.(10)
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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