Want to Permanently Cure Your Allergies? Here’s How


Allergies are one of those conditions most people learn to live with and tolerate, commonly with a combination of allergy shots and pharmaceutical drugs.  Proper nutritional intake can help, and homeopathic remedies can sometimes alleviate symptoms, but there tends to be a sense of resignation that that is all one can do.

On the contrary though, there is in fact a cure for allergies—any allergy.  It’s a permanent, non-drug, non-invasive cure that’s inexpensive, effective and available in almost any country.  It’s called NAET, or Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Technique.

It’s based on a blend of kinesiology and acupuncture-based principles—that allergies form due to energetic blockages in the body’s energy pathways, or meridians.  By clearing the allergen-induced blockages (no needles involved), the body no longer reacts negatively to the substance, permanently.

I myself have done at least a couple thousand treatments.  Several years ago, I developed allergies to almost everything, thousands of them, from basic vitamins to wood and plastic, and my life became a nightmare.  I tried every option I could find, exhausting the resources of Western medicine before turning to alternative healthcare, and finding NAET.  I can tell you it works, and I haven’t found anything that comes close to its effectiveness.

Initially, NAET might seem a bit like New Age “woo-woo” science, as it’s a form of energetic medicine, and if you’re skeptical, try this.  If you have an allergy, take that substance and hold it in your hand, or put it in a small glass (not plastic) jar, and hold it.  Take your other arm and hold it straight, perpendicular to your body, thumb pointed down, and ask someone you know to take two fingers and try to force that straight arm, from the wrist, down to your body.  Normally, with two fingers, the person shouldn’t be able to force your arm down, but if you have an allergy to the substance in your hand, you won’t be able to hold your arm up.  You can even write down the name of the allergen on a small piece of paper, fold it up, and hold that in place of the actual allergen—as crazy as it sounds, it works.  This is a basic kinesiology test that can at least show you there is something more to energetic medicine than a placebo effect.

The actual NAET treatment is as follows: the practitioner will have you hold a vial that carries the energetic imprint of the allergen you have, say peanuts.  He or she will then typically run a two-headed back massager, or similar device, down your back multiple times as you breathe in and out in different ways, until your arm is able to hold up to two finger pressure, though the practitioner will also check in more specific ways to ensure the allergen is cleared.  He will then apply light pressure on each of your major meridian points in sequence, before then having you hold the substance undisturbed for 15 to 20 minutes, at which point you let go of the vial, and avoid the allergen for the next 25 hours.  Once you do so, the allergy should be completely cured.

Any allergen can be treated, from nuts, eggs, gluten, and grains, to pollen, chemicals, and radiation.  It has a now scientifically proven ability to treat Autism, and can help in the treatment of all major diseases—a person can commonly be allergic to some of their own organs, or aspects of their immune system, and all these can be treated with very noticeably positive effects.  For those without physical allergies, NAET can also treat emotional blockage, from fears and insecurities to depression and anxiety.  There are thousands of vials related to different emotional blockages that can make significant, immediate, and long-term differences to anyone open to trying it.

Because of the relatively low cost of an appointment—they tend to cost anywhere from $50 to $100 for an hour to an hour and a half session for various testing and treatment—it’s well worth taking a look at.  You can find nearby practitioners at www.naet.com.  Like anything else, some practitioners are better and more experienced than others, so I’d suggest seeing at least two before deciding on one, depending on the number of allergens you might need to be treated.  I myself am not a practitioner, nor do I work in that field, but I hope some of you who deal with allergies can enjoy the same benefits I have had by curing your allergies once and for all.

Jonathan Cho