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TAGULABAY or URTICARIA

Evening of June 4, 2012 my daughter Chelsea collapsed in front of me.  I was in great shock and I carried her to her bed.  I noticed a skin bump all over her body and she said to me she feel dizzy and I touched her palm it was hot, she had a fever. I massage her and give her paracetamol as my first remedy, as I keep on massaging her body I asked my mother about it and she told me it was a "TAGULABAY".  


TAGULABAY or URTICARIA is , also known as hives, is an outbreak of swollen, pale red bumps or plaques (wheals) on the skin that appear suddenly -- either as a result of the body's adverse reaction to certain allergens, or for unknown reasons.  Hives usually cause itching, but may also burn or sting. They can appear anywhere on the body, including the face, lips, tongue, throat, or ears. Hives vary in size (from a pencil eraser to a dinner plate), and may join together to form larger areas known as plaques. They can last for hours, or up to one day before fading.





The next day, June 5.  I asked her to take a rest maybe she got stress going to school.  While inside her room watching TV and playing with her dolls I noticed that her skin bumps are getting worse and more itchy.  So I asked her if she still dizzy, she replied, little dizzy.  

I searched on the internet to look for a cure.  Upon reading from different link about URTICARIA I found out that when they take antibiotics it trigger them more.

Thanks God I found the right answer from the blog of brokenstring20 - it's CARROT!   Natural medicine and we didn't have to buy expensive medicine. Natural food is the best way to prevent body from virus, disease or any kind.




Top 10 Benefits of Carrot Juice

  • Benefit #1 :-

    Carrot juice contains less calories and is very beneficial for weight loss.

  • Benefit #2 :-

    The functioning and health of liver and digestive tract improves by the intake of carrot juice.
  • Benefit #3 :-

    Carrot juice contains Vitamin E which helps in preventing cancer.
  • Benefit #4 :-

    Aches and pains associated with aging lessen with the intake of carrot juice.
  • Benefit #5 :-

    Vitamin A present in carrot juice improves eye-sight and helps in bone disorders, osteoporosis etc.
  • Benefit #6 :-

    It contains potassium which helps against cholesterol.
  • Benefit #7 :-

    Carrot juice is extremely beneficial for the liver as it reduces fat and bile in the liver.
  • Benefit #8 :-

    The juice revitalizes and tones the skin.
  • Benefit #9 :-

    Carrot juice is very rich in beta-carotene which is an antioxidant and it prevents cell degeneration. The aging process is also slowed down.
  • Benefit #10 :-

    Carrots contain beta-carotene which is converted into Vitamin A by our body. This natural vitamin A is very good for our body.


"Good combination you would drink everyday is carrots-juice-sayote-bell 

pepper. You could mix it up and try different combination but don't 

remove carrots from your diet." 
   




My daughter will try to drink this juice and I hope she will be better with this medicine.


WHAT TO EAT WHEN YOU HAVE TAGULABAY?



VITAMIN B-5-RICH FOODS.  Vitamin B-5, or pantothenic acid, is a B-complex vitamin known for its role in alleviating stress. This vitamin aids in the production of serotonin, a neurotransmitter chemical that regulates mood and helps manage anxiety and stress, according to Phyllis Balch, C.N.C., author of "Prescription for Nutritional Healing." Adding foods rich in vitamin B-5 may help reduce your body's stress response, which may decrease the frequency of stress-related hives outbreaks. Whole wheat pastas and breads, hazelnuts, chickpeas, eggs, mushrooms and rye are rich sources of vitamin B-5.


Parsley is most commonly used in the United States as a garnish for soups, stews and meat dishes. It is also an ingredient in some breath fresheners -- the chlorophyll in parsley may help decrease bad breath. Parsley may also help reduce hives outbreaks. It inhibits the production of histamines, which are chemicals that trigger allergic reactions to medicines and foods, according to Michael Castleman, author of "The New Healing Herbs." Add fresh parsley sprigs to soups, casseroles, pasta sauces and marinades. Talk to your doctor before consuming parsley to combat hives -- it may occasionally cause stomach upset.


Vitamin C-Rich Foods.  Adding vitamin C-rich foods to your diet may help improve immune system function by stimulating the production of white blood cells in your body. This may help your body destroy virus cells and bacteria, such as Candida albicans and hepatitis B, that can contribute to hives, according to Balch. Vitamin C may speed recovery and help prevent future outbreaks. Add foods to your diet such as blackberries, cherries, asparagus, cantaloupe, avocado, grapefruit, papayas and oranges to boost your vitamin C intake.


Vitamin E-rich Foods.  Like vitamin C, vitamin E may stimulate immune system function, helping your body fight off bacteria and viruses that can cause hives. Vitamin E may also improve blood circulation to your skin, according to Balch. The circulation-enhancing benefits of vitamin E may increase the availability of vitamins, minerals, oxygen and fats your skin needs for health and cellular repair. Cold-pressed olive oil, kelp, eggs, kale, spinach, pumpkin seeds and almonds are abundant sources of vitamin E.



link from: livestrong

3 comments:

hives

The triggers that are frequently associated with hives includes pregnancy, pressure from belts, straps, and elastic causing pressure urticaria, exercise, stress, and hot showers that are a cause of hives which are called cholinergic urticaria, swimming which can cause severe reactions and probably even more due to cold rather than the water, and friction. In pregnancy hives usually appears in late in pregnancy.

Pal Raine

How about for the kids?

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