The Allergy Kit’s Cat Allergy Treatment is a natural allergy treatment based loosely on NAET.
It addresses the real problem: an overactive immune system.
Pet allergies are on the rise and allergies to cats seem to be the most common. Mostly we have the idea that we are allergic to the hairs and/or the dander coming from the fur, but that is not the real problem. The allergens are in the cat’s saliva, urine and dander and that’s where the problem resides.
It is the immune system’s job to find foreign substances and eliminate them. This is to protect us from diseases. But if the immune system is weak, it produces antibodies that in turn create an allergic reaction.
The person may come in contact with or inhale particles from the cat which, by combining with the antibodies, cause the allergic reaction.
Most sufferers have an allergic response within 10 to 30 minutes, with coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath and/or sometimes also rash on the face, neck and upper chest.
Most common symptoms of cat allergy:
- Chronic, itchy throat
- Hay Fever
- Inflamed eyes
- Itchy Nose
- Nasal congestion
- Stuffy nose
- Swelling and itching of the membranes
- Rash where scratched or licked
We have about 4 pets for every 10 people and cat allergies seem to be twice as common as allergies to dogs.
Most often, the person who has the animal allergy is advised to get rid of the pet. This can be very traumatic especially for kids to have their pet taken away.
With The Allergy Kit, it is possible to treat the allergy instead of the pet!
When you have treated the affected person with the first 7 vials in the kit (The Premium Kit), you can treat them for the animal allergy.
It is also a good idea not to sleep with your pet. Brush your pet often to get rid of loose dander and don’t forget to put a mask on.
Get rid of carpets! Tile or hardwood floors are much easier to keep clean. Cat allergens are 1/5 the size of pollen and they can hide easily in carpets and upholstered furniture.
Clean the litter box often and use dust free litter. Covering the litter box is a good idea as it minimizes the spread of dust, and the cats love it. They seem to enjoy their privacy when they go to the bathroom!