N.A.E.T.

Has anyone tried the N.A.E.T. "cure". Does it really work?? What has been your experience with it?

By raye on Tue, 09-17-13, 18:37

This is so interesting that your little girl is in the program and that you feel it is helpful thus far. I would be so glad to hear positive results in the nut area, as well! Our baby is allergic to peanuts and I (his Grandmom) had to give him his first EpiPen recently--on his 3rd birthday. So, good luck to you and let us know how the program goes for your daughter.

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By JPond on Mon, 09-16-13, 17:36

My daughter, age almost 4, has severe peanut and tree nut allergies. We've been doing NAET all summer, and haven't even started on the nuts yet! She is allergic to almost everything, and of the 10 or so treatments she's had, the biggest improvements I've seen is that she no longer gets hives when she goes in the grass, and her extreme gas and pot-belly have almost gone away. I used to have to put steroid cream on her almost every night from various things that gave her rashes or hives, and a dose of Benadryl. She also complained of a tummy ache all the time.
We're starting on the nuts in a week or 2, and I can't wait to see what happens! I'll keep you posted!
Jill

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