Allergies and Sensitivities Amongst Us

Finding the difference between allergies and sensitivities proved to be more difficult than expected. The symptoms are often quite similar and the two categories frequently overlap. This causes a lot of confusion. On top of that, the terms are often used interchangeably. Basically, an allergy is a type of sensitivity, but a sensitivity is not necessarily an allergy.  It depends on how the body responds to a trigger as to whether or not it is classified as an allergy.

An allergy is an overreaction of a person's immune system to a substance that is normally harmless. A true allergy involves antibodies that cause tissue mast cells to release histamines. The most common allergy symptoms include vomiting, diarrhea, blood in stools, eczema, hives, skin rashes, wheezing and a runny nose.

A sensitivity is a person's abnormal response to a substance. It has a broader scope than the category of "allergies." It includes allergies, but also includes the additional categories of food sensitivities and chemical sensitivities

The following list links are meant to provide a resource to turn to for identifying possible allergies or sensitivities through muscle testing. Once an allergy or sensitivity is identified then it is easy to apply The Emotion Code to release trapped emotions associated with the allergy or sensitivity. Please do not take this to be a substitute for proper medical care. All serious conditions should refer to their personal licensed physician.




A sensitivity is a person's abnormal response to a substance. It has a broader scope than the category of "allergies." It includes allergies, but also includes the additional categories of food sensitivities and chemical sensitivities.

The following list links are meant to provide a resource to turn to for identifying possible allergies or sensitivities through muscle testing. Once an allergy or sensitivity is identified then it is easy to apply The Emotion Code to release trapped emotions associated with the allergy or sensitivity. Please do not take this to be a substitute for proper medical care. All serious conditions should refer to their personal licensed physician.


List of Common Allergies        List of Common Food Sensitivities        

List of Common Chemical Sensitivities


Possible Emotional Connections

Rejection of anything new. An oversensitivity to something or someone. Suppressed weeping, Feeling stifled, Denying your own power 

Who might you be allergic to? What happened in the past that could be associated with the particular allergy or sensitivity trigger? 

Hay fever in particular may be associated with guilt, feeling persecuted, emotional congestion, or unresolved rage, unresolved fear, repressed tears or a repressed desire for revenge.




Possible Emotional Connections

Rejection of anything new. An oversensitivity to something or someone. Suppressed weeping, Feeling stifled, Denying your own power

Who might you be allergic to? What happened in the past that could be associated with the particular allergy or sensitivity trigger?

Hay fever in particular may be associated with guilt, feeling persecuted, emotional congestion, or unresolved rage, unresolved fear, repressed tears or a repressed desire for revenge.


The Emotion Code and Allergies

What is "The Emotion Code"? 

Personal Story: We eliminated my friend's grass allergy using The Emotion Code

Possible questions to ask: "Do I have a trapped emotion in my body causing this allergy/sensitivity to (name the allergen or substance) that I can release now?" 

"Do I have a trapped emotion in my body having anything to do with this (name the allergy/sensitivity) that I can release now?"


EFT/Tapping

Actual EFT Allergy Cases 

The Body Code and Allergies

The Body Code is by far my most recommended way of tackling allergies.  There can be many contributing factors to allergies and the Body Code cuts to the chase.

Need Help?  I would be glad to assist you!

Schedule a Session


The Emotion Code and Allergies

What is "The Emotion Code"?

Personal Story: We eliminated my friend's grass allergy using The Emotion Code

Possible questions to ask: "Do I have a trapped emotion in my body causing this allergy/sensitivity to (name the allergen or substance) that I can release now?"

"Do I have a trapped emotion in my body having anything to do with this (name the allergy/sensitivity) that I can release now?"


EFT/Tapping

Actual EFT Allergy Cases


The Body Code and Allergies

The Body Code is by far my most recommended way of tackling allergies.  There can be many contributing factors to allergies and the Body Code cuts to the chase. 

Need Help?  I would be glad to assist you!

Certified Body Code Practitioner

Schedule a Session

Allergies and Essential Oils

Stories of those who have used essential oils for allergies

Possibilities for use with allergies are: German chamomile, Wintergreen, Lavender, Roman Chamomile

Blends: Harmony, Valor, Juva Cleanse

Therapeutic-Grade Essential Oils

I have a friend who, years ago when she lived here, had severe allergies and she was only able to tolerate one drop of Lavender on the bottom of one foot to start with. It helped her quite a bit so she increased to one drop on each foot. She was gradually able to tolerate more over time.





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Common Food Sensitivities

Common Chemical Sensitivities

Muscle Testing Magic



Disclaimer:  The information provided here is for educational purposes only, and is not intended as diagnosis, treatment or prescription for any disease.  The decision to use, or not to use, any of this information is the sole responsibility of the reader. Please consult with a licensed health care practitioner if you are dealing with a serious disease or illness.



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