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Why is the cat’s pruritus even relevant to this blog?

You might be questioning why I’m all of a sudden writing about my cat. After all, this is a blog about the menopause histamine connection. My male cat is certainly not menopausal. And other than being on my mind because

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This time last year…

There was an itch. It was just a little itch on my back under my left shoulder blade. I’d strain to get at it but never thought much of it. But it was a strange little itch. No matter how

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Posted in histamine intolerance, menopause, peri-menopause, Women's health

Can water make you itch?

Someone mentioned in a reply to a post that even water makes her itch. And in my blog stats, I noticed someone had searched: can water make me itch? I wanted to do a quick post on this because there

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Olive oil, polyphenols, and healing

I am excited today because I feel like I might have stumbled on something. I’ve started using olive oil for my dry skin and have had great results with it. The skin on my legs is healing and substantially less

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The evils of Tartrazine

One afternoon, when we were working late at my school, my friend grabbed a little bag of Reese’s Pieces to snack on. She hardly ever eats those kinds of things, but we were getting punchy from the work. I put

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