Mast Cell 360 Gift Buying Guide: What to get someone with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome or Histamine Intolerance
People with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome and Histamine Intolerance can be hard to shop for. Most food treats are out. Scented candles are a no. And you can forget perfume.
One time my husband came home from a long trip with a few gifts for me. One was a lovely vanilla body butter from Bath and Body Works. But fragrance products are a big mast cell trigger. Sadly, I couldn’t use it because of the fragrance in it.
I hid it away in the closet. But later he realized I hadn’t used it.
He was at a loss for what to get me after that. But he really likes getting me gifts. So he asked me to make a list of things that would work for me. This made a big difference for holidays, birthdays, and just-because gifts.
So I thought I’d share my top gift ideas with you too! I’ve put items for each gift price level. And you can share this webpage with family and friends who might be at a loss for what to get you. Just forward this page link to them.
I hope you enjoy this list and that it’s helpful for you and yours!
Prices below were pulled from the respective websites when writing this post. They are subject to change.
Gifts $10 to $50 for people with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome and Histamine Intolerance
Walkabout Emu Oil Emu Oil is my new favorite moisturizer. The one I like is from Walkabout. When I first started using it, I noticed softer, smoother skin after just a couple days!
Primal Life Organics: Unscented Body Butter Primal Life has a body butter that is rich in Vitamin E, which is great for moisturizing. This body butter is chemical and alcohol free and certified organic.
Primal Life Organics Bare Face Package is a nice combo for cleansing and moisturizing. The face wash has calendula. That’s good for calming the skin. It has anti-aging properties as well. And exfoliating kaolin clay helps you shed dead skin cells.
Primal Life Organics Carrot Seed Elixir is good for balancing skin and boosting your complexion. Carrot seed oil is known to have skin-mending, collagen-boosting and moisturizing properties. It contains vitamins A, C and E which help to increase cell turnover, brighten skin, and reduce inflammation.
Organic Rose Hip Oil – $14.95. This is a light moisturizer that is 100% Rose Hip Oil. It is a great pampering gift for people sensitive to everything. Contains retinoids (form of Vitamin A) that may help stabilize mast cells.
DNA Energetics Mast Cell Stabilizing Essential Oil Roll On – $24 Use code MastCell360 for 10% off!
This blend contains Lavender, Peppermint, Turmeric and Geranium essential oils – all of which are known to promote stability of mast cells and reduce histamine release. Great for those who tolerate essential oils.
T-fal Ceramic Nonstick– Starting at $12.82. Many types of non-stick skillets and pans produce toxic gases that can worsen Mast Cell Activation Syndrome and Histamine Intolerance. Ceramic Non-stick is safe and non-toxic.
Casaware Ceramic Non-stick Bakeware – starting at $13.99. Many types of non-stick bakeware produce toxic gases that can worsen Mast Cell Activation Syndrome and Histamine Intolerance. Ceramic Non-stick is safe and non-toxic.
VogMask with Filter – $29.70 to $39.60. Vogmasks filter chemicals and perfumes that can cause mast cell reactions. This is great for travel for people who are very chemically sensitive. Comes in several fun patterns. Check sizing – comes in small, medium, and large.
Shield Your Body Phone Case – $30. Research has shown EMFs cause mast cell degranulation. Cell phones are a major producer of EMFs. This case covers a very wide frequency range with good sensitivity. Carrying a cell phone on your body can increase mast cell issues. This shielding case reduces that risk.
Shield Your Body Air Ear Buds – $45. Regular ear buds and headphones increase electromagnetic radiation (EMFs) to the brain. Research has shown EMFs cause mast cell degranulation. You can use these Air Ear Buds when listen to music or talking on a phone to protect your brain. Great for teens too!
Gifts $25 to $500 for people with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome and Histamine Intolerance
Northstar BisonGift Certificate from$25-$500
For the foodies — check out the low-histamine, pasture-raised and wild-caught meats and seafood from Northstar Bison. They have subscriptions and sampler packs, but I really like the gift certificate option. It allows the recipient to choose exactly what they want, and it gives them something to look forward to once the holiday excitement winds down. So, long after the decorations have been put away, they can enjoy a delightful meal as a mid-winter boost.
Gifts $50 to $200 for people with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome and Histamine Intolerance
DNA Energetics Mast Cell Stabilizing Diffusing Essential Oil 5ml – $60 Use code MastCell360 for 10% off! This blend contains Lavender, Peppermint, Turmeric and Geranium essential oils – all of which are known to promote stability of mast cells and reduce histamine release. Great for those who tolerate essential oils.
True Dark Twilight Classic – $62.30. Excellent blue light blocking glasses. Blue light disrupts sleep/wake cycles. Great option for people with sleep trouble. These glasses wrap around to prevent light from leaking in from the sides.
The Mast Cell 360 Master Class: The Top 8 Mast Cell Supporting Supplements – $79 — Give the gift of health with this Master Class! People frequently ask me, “If I have Mast Cell Activation Syndrome or Histamine Intolerance, what are some good supplements to get started with?” So, I developed a class of some of my top favorites. These are generally well-tolerated supplements that I recommend for my private clients. I go over the benefits of each supplement as well as how to onboard them.
Not tolerating supplements? The Mast Cell 360 Master Class: Mast Cell Nervous System Reboot may be a better place to start.
The Mast Cell 360 Master Class: Mast Cell Nervous System Reboot — $99 – Do you have sensitivities to foods, supplements, scents, or chemicals? Do you have gut issues, immune disorders, or sleep issues? What about anxiety or depression? All of these can be related to Mast Cell Activation Syndrome. And if you are dealing with any of these, supporting your nervous system might be a good place to start with getting your health back.
Working with nervous system supports can help start calming the mast cells. And getting out of sympathetic mode (fight, flight, freeze) and into parasympathetic mode (rest, heal, digest) has been a game changer for me and many of my clients.
This course helps you determine what areas of work you may need – vagal or limbic or both. I go over the recommendations I share with my clients for each area of work. And I include some exercises you can get started with right away.
Dry Farm Wines: For those who are a further along in their health journey and can tolerate a little bit of alcohol, Dry Farm Wines offers lower histamine wines. What a fun way to celebrate the holidays! They have red, white, rosé, and sparkling.
You might choose a gift box of 3 bottles for $101. You can also choose a 6 or 12 bottle gift box. They even have subscriptions if you want to give a gift that keeps on giving all year round. Dry Farm Wines is unique in that they offer organically grown, lower histamine wine that is also vegan, sugar free, free of toxic additives, and lower sulfites. Cheers to that!
Gifts $200 to $500 for people with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome and Histamine Intolerance
TriMode EMF Meter – $199.95+shipping. Research has shown EMFs cause mast cell degranulation. This device helps you find the source of EMFs and see if mitigation is working. It measures both types of low frequency EMF (electric and magnetic fields). Also measures high frequency radio waves (microwaves). Covers a very wide frequency range with good sensitivity.
BlocBag 395.95. This is a shielded sleeping bag that protects you from EMF radiation at night. This helps your body get a break from EMF radiation making your sleep more restful and healing.
AquaTru Water Filter $449. Excellent filtration. Countertop unit. No installation needed. This is a great water filter that removes Glyphosate and many chemical toxins.
AirDoctor Air Filters The AirDoctor filters are my favorite. I have one in my bedroom, my office, the living room, and the basement. In all my research AirDoctor been not only the best option for those of us that are sensitive, but it is also the most economical for the price. Save up to $300 with our link!
The Mast Cell 360 Precision Mold Master Class: Basic — $249 – Over 90% of my clients have mold toxicity as a root cause of their Mast Cell Activation Syndrome. Mold can wreak havoc on the body. It can lead to increased histamine levels and increased mast cell activation. It can also lead to poor gut health and nervous system dysregulation.
These are just a few issues related to mold toxicity. This course goes over testing and detox steps designed for even the most sensitive people. Reclaiming good health is the ultimate self-care gift to give yourself or someone you care about.
Gifts over $500 for people with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome and Histamine Intolerance
EMF Shielding Bed Canopy – $1400-$1600. This box shaped canopy offers very good shielding from wireless radiation such as cell phone towers, WIFI, and cordless phones. Use the TriMode Meter to measure the difference. If bedroom is on the 2nd floor, you want to be sure to get the Floor Mat to go under the bed. This protects you from radiation coming up from beneath your bed.
Whatever occasion you are shopping for… I hope this gift list gives you some good ideas for those with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome or Histamine Intolerance! And most of all, I’m sending my best for you and your health.
The Mast Cell 360 Precision Mold Master Class: Advanced — $699 – If you or someone you know has mold toxicity and Mast Cell Activation Syndrome, mold toxins are likely the #1 culprit keeping the mast cells and nervous system on high alert. This course has all the material the basic course has PLUS an additional five hours of content. It would be great for anyone who is dealing with mold toxicity and wants to understand it an even more in-depth level. It would also be a great gift for a healthcare practitioner or health coach.
Want to learn more about Mast Cell Activation Syndrome? Read What Is MCAS?
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