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Naturopathic Doctor

Allergy and Immunology 202
Histamine, Mimicry, Natural Therapy


Hour 1

  • List the cells where histamine is predominantly found.
  • Describe the role of the Mast Cell.
  • Explain histamine’s function and recall what causes its release.
  • List the Histamine receptor types and where each are each found.
  • Summarize or give examples of symptoms in over activation of histamine receptors.
  • Many of our patients are on OTC Antihistamine medications.  List their effects, positive and negative.

Hour 2

  • Quote what OAS stands for.
  • Define OAS and describe what happens to those with this problem.
  • Recognize at what age(s) OAS occurs.
  • Memorize, recognize and describe 1-5 OAS examples.
  • Educate your patient on how to deal with OAS.
  • Describe NFkB as a system
  • Describe NFkB’s role in canonical and non-canonical pathways
  • Explain what IκBα is and its potential role in downregulating inflammation

Hour 3

  • Discuss how specific herbs, nutrients, and Vitamin E work to manage histamine at both a macro and microscopic level.
  • Be able to describe allergic inflammation
  • Discover how NSAIDs are being noted to reduce CNS diseases with inflammation and may help manage allergic disorder(s). 
  • Identify what particular NSAID is naturally occurring and available to us and your patients to help them manage their allergic inflammation.  Calculate its clinical dose and avoid its lethal dose.
  • List various SPMs (Specialized Proresolving Mediators)
  • Describe how SPMs can control IgE production and play a potential role in the treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease.
  • Relate histamine’s role in IBS (Irritable Bowel), name and synthesize the type of 2 known GI receptors involved.

Grant Shapiro, DC

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