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Allergic Herbs

Definition

An Allergic herb is a herb that causes Allergy. The immune system reacting abnormally to an otherwise harmless substance is called Allergy.
The human body produces a reaction to whatever we eat or come in contact with, physically or emotionally. The reaction may be good or bad. It may or may not be acceptable to the immune system. If the substance is likely to damage the human body or the brain, the immune system will react to protect itself. Some part of the body may swell or may develop itching, skin rash, eczema, red eyes, runny nose or an asthma attack.

Note : Herbs listed in the Repertory may trigger an Allergic response to a substance or situation. For complete information on what causes this trigger. Click on the Herb and check under Side effects.
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