What is Histamine?

Histamines are simple chemical substances your immune system cells produce when reacting to an antigen, produced in response to foreign invaders like germs and bacteria. They are only produced in localized places (like wounds) and cause inflammation and a couple of other reactions.

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How does Dazit 5 tablets effect skin eczema?

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Brief Answer:
It counteracts the histamine released during eczema.

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Dazit contains...

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I have BPH and want to take Saw Palmetto. I also have Mastocytosis in my skin only. Will the Saw Palmetto drive up my histamine and...

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There is no known effect of saw palmetto on histamine levels!

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I have reviewed the drug information on saw...

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If loratadine was taken last night around 8 pm can dime tap be used this am to relieve stuffiness in a 5 yr...

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You may give dimetapp if needed

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Loratadine is an anti allergic,anti...

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