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Latex Allergy Herbal Treatment, Prevention, Symptoms, Causes, Cured By

Repertory
General Name
Latex Allergy
Medical Name
Latex Allergy
Latex Allergy Symptoms
Allergy
Rashes on the Skin
Inflammation of the Skin
Hives
Inflammation in the Nose
Vomiting
Rhinitis
Discomfort in the Digestive Tract
Nausea
Abdominal Cramps
Bloating
Flatulence
Red Skin
Chest Congestion
Swelling in the Throat
Difficulty in Breathing
Palpitation
Dizziness
Loss of Consciousness
Low Blood Pressure
Wheezing
Coughing
Hoarseness
Stomachache
Diarrhea
Itchy Eyes
Watery Eyes
Swelling in the Eyes
 

Latex Allergy Cured By

 
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Description

Latex Allergy is a disease of the Whole Body.
The allergic reaction to a certain protein found in natural rubber latex is known as Latex Allergy.
Latex is a milky substance that comes out from a tree on being cut. Latex from the rubber tree is a natural rubber and coagulates when exposed to air.
In Latex Allergy the Immune System of your body finds Latex as a harmful substance. It releases antibodies. The antibodies release chemicals that cause allergic reaction. It causes Hives, Itching and Hay Fever.
The Latex may be present in as follows
Rugs
Toys
Shoes
Carpets
Erasers
Condoms
Balloons
Syringes
Helmets
Bathmats
Diaphragms
Respirators
Stethoscopes
Watch Bands
Rubber Bands
Sanitary Pads
Rubber Gloves
Electrode Pads
Surgical Masks
Teething Toys
Hot water Bottles
Nipples of Babies
Blood pressure Cuffs
Intravenous Tubing
Handgrips of Two Wheelers like Scooter and Bikes

Causes of Latex allergy
Inhaling Latex
Malfunctioning of the Immune System
Direct Contact with Latex containing products

If not treated properly, Latex Allergy may cause
Anaphylaxis

Body Part(s)

Whole Body

Whole Body Diseases

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Materia Medica for Latex Allergy

Single Herb

Aloe Vera for Latex Allergy

Apply a thin layer of Aloe Vera oil over your skin.

Sandalwood for Latex Allergy

Take 1 teaspoon of Sandalwood powder. Add half teaspoon of Lemon juice and water in it to make a paste. Apply it on the allergic areas.
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