Definition of Chemical Allergy
A chemical allergy can be defined when a person has a reaction to any of the following: synthetic fabrics, city water, hair products, cosmetics, pesticides, fungicides, herbicides, food grown with artificial fertilizers, food additives, prescription drugs, vitamins, paint, glue, cleansing agents, hospital supplies, inks, perfumes, exhausts, smoke. Whenever a person who has a chemical sensitivity comes into contact with the allergen they suffer from a varying number of unusual or unpleasant physical, physiological, or emotional symptoms.
Case Study: Asthma from Cleaning Agents
"Marina 28, cleaned houses for a living. She had suffered from severe asthma ever since she began working. She was on three different medications to keep her asthma under control. Often she had to go to the ER when her asthma got severe. One of her friends gave her a copy of the Spanish edition of the book Say Good-bye to Illness. She immediately decided to try NAET. After she was treated for the NAET basics, she was treated for chemical mix and two other combinations: chemicals with D.N.A, and chemical mix with heat. Soon after those treatments, she was free from her asthma. Her asthma hasn't returned in four years."
- Dr. Devi Nambudripad
- text taken from NAET: Say Good-be to Your Allergies and Say Good-bye to Illness both by Dr. Devi Nambudripad