Effective treatment for a range of allergies

Whilst I no longer take new clients for NAET treatment, I have wide-spread experience of treating allergies and can advise on nutritional supplements, nutrition and homeopathic remedies to alleviate the symptoms. Emotional Freedom Technique can be a highly effective addition to this package as well.

If you suffer from hay-fever, food intolerances and environmental allergy such as animal fur/saliva, dust mould and pollen, I would be delighted to help you. However, where there is a history of severe allergic reaction, and where the patient carries an epi-pen, I am no longer taking such cases.


* References for use of homeopathy in treatment of allergy:

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