Resources and Recommended Products for People with MCAS and Histamine Intolerance
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Aqua Tru Water Filter
Excellent Blue Light Blocking Glasses
True Dark Twilight Classic
Low Cost Blue Light Blocking Glasses
Orange Safety Glasses
Low Histamine, Low Lectin, Low Oxalate Foods
Pesticide Free Pecans
Tiger Nut Flour
Aroy-D Coconut Milk
Pure Monk Fruit Extract
Organic Better Stevia (contains alcohol)
Organic Better Stevia Glycerin (alcohol free)
Vitamin C Sources (low histamine):
Camu Camu Powder (also low oxalate) – Navitus is most reliable brand in terms of testing for purity
Camu Capsules (also low oxalate) – Amazon Andes is Organic
Metabolic Maintenance Sodium Ascorbate (the ascorbic acid is not from corn fermentation) – Get 15% off all your FullScript orders when you create an account with this link
Probiotic Options for Mast Cell Activation Syndrome/Histamine Intolerance
These probiotics are all histamine lowering or histamine neutral strains. They do not contain the histamine raising strains. Probiotics are contraindicated in SIBO, except soil based probiotics.
Soil based probiotics do not need to be in a delayed-release capsule. Regular probiotics do need to be in a delayed release capsule. Otherwise the probiotics die when exposed to stomach acid.
Overnight shipping is usually not necessary, per the manufacturer. Place the probiotic in the fridge when it arrives and allow it to cool down before opening to bottle to protect the live organisms.
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Biospora – spore based probiotic (B. coagulans and B. subtilis). Often this is better tolerated in SIBO
HMF – Lacto and Bifido strains. 2.5b organisms.
Therbiotic Factor 4 – Bifido strains. 10b organisms. Contains inulin. Contraindicated in SIBO.
Therbiotic Metabolic Formula – Lacto and Bifido strains. 25b organisms. Contraindicated in SIBO.
Therbiotic Factor 6 – Lacto and Bifido strains. 100b organisms. Contraindicated in SIBO.
Makeup, Personal Care Products:
100%Pure– this is hands down my favorite makeup and personal care product company. I love their makeup, shampoo, soap, and skin care. They do use essential oils. Their products are amazing, and they have a very easy, no questions return policy if you react to anything or just don’t like it for any reason.
Magnesium Sulfate Cream – for those who can tolerate epsom salts; made without parabens
Organic Rose Hip Oil – Contains retinoids (form of Vitamin A) that may help stabilize mast cells. Very light.
Organic, unrefined, Grade A Shea Butter – option for those who aren’t allergic to latex (shea is in latex family). Very thick.
Organic cold pressed Mango butter – can occassionally cause challenges with latex allergy. Thick.
I’ve tried a number of aluminum free deodorants. Most of them didn’t work at all.
Crystal Mineral Deodorants have worked really well for me. I’m not a heavy sweater though. And I don’t spend a ton of time in the heat.
I love this deodorant for active days when I’m going to sweat more:
Primal Pit Paste – it comes in unscented and essential oil varieties. This does contain shea butter which can be a problem with latex allergies. It is a bit hard to apply with the applicator. I find the easiest way is to put the amount I’m going to use in my hand and let it warm up a little to soften it, then apply directly with fingers.
Organic Broccoli Seed Oil: This is a lightweight oil that is perfect for smoothing those fly-aways for frizzy hair days. Even better, it is mast cell stabilizing! Just use a tiny amount and smooth on the top layer of hair. No, it doesn’t smell like broccoli. 🙂 It just has a slightly nutty smell. I store mine in the fridge to keep it from going rancid.
Bath Soaks/Home Spa Products:
Ancient Minerals Magnesium Bath Flakes – These are magnesium chloride bath flakes. Great for relaxing muscles and calming down before bed.
Aztec Secrets Indian Healing Clay – This is a really pure bentonite clay for detoxing the skin and tightening pores
Toothpaste has been the hardest product to find without toxic and mast cell activating ingredients. The non-toxic ones often have guar gum, xanthan gum, carrageenan, clove cinnamon, or sodium benzoate. Here are the options I know of:
Weleda Children’s Tooth Gel – This is one of the few non-toxic toothpastes that doesn’t have the mast cell activating ingredients.
With My Toothpaste – This is verified by Environmental Working Group. The menthol may bother some people.
Redmond Earth Paste – again, has a little menthol. Avoid the cinnamon flavor.
I only use essential oils for fragrance. Not everyone tolerates essential oils. But if you do, Rocky Mountain Oils is a wonderful company. There are major issues with essential oils being diluted with toxic, synthetic fragrance and other additives. Rocky Mountain Oils is certified and third-party tested. Their essential oils are therapeutic grade. And I really appreciate that they aren’t a MLM – Multi-Level Marketing company. I don’t have time for all that complication. I like to just buy my products and be done. I really trust this company. My favorites to dab on for a little fragrance are:
Balance – a floral, citrus, woody blend that is grounding
Citrus Passion – a bright and light, refreshing scent that is uplifting
Calming – a fruity, floral smell that is relaxing
Fragrance Free Non-toxic Cleaners and Dishwashing Detergent
Seventh Generation Fragrance Free Dishwasher Detergent Packs – enzymatic based that actually cleans the dishes; I use white vinegar diluted 50% with water in a glass container on top rack instead of glass rinse aid
Seventh Generation Glass and Surface Cleaner
Baking Soda – for cleaning sinks and tubs; mix with a little white vinegar for cleaning chrome
Seventh Generation Fabric Softener Sheets, Free & Clear
Fragrance Free Tide – this is what I’m currently using because none of the all natural products are cleaning well. Let me know if you find a good alternative!
Non Toxic Cleaners (with natural essential oils)
Seventh Generation Disinfecting Multi-Surface Cleaner – I use the spray to disinfection the kitchen. I take the wipes when I fly to wipe down my area on plane. I take the spray to hotels to disinfect the room.
Seventh Generation Toilet Bowel Cleaner*
Shower Filters – affordable shower filters to reduce chlorine in shower that can trigger mast cell degranulation
Bath Filter – no installation bath filter to reduce chlorine in bath that can trigger mast cell degranulation
Masks for Perfume Exposure /Travel
Vogmask with Filter
Products reduce mold potential in house
Room Dehumidifier – highly ranked by Consumer Reports; keep humidity in house below 40% to reduce mold growth potential. MUST keep the bucket emptied and clean the bucket weekly with hydrogen peroxide.
Therapeutica Orthopedic Sleeping Pillow – measure according to directions for proper size
Living Life to the Fullest with EDS PT Strengthening Program by Kevin Muldowny
Kinesiotape – Therapist’s Choice is a more affordable brand that works well
Thoracic/Rib Cage brace
Activator – Chiropractic Adjustment Tool – the 6 level type works better than the J-Tech (spring wears out quick on this one)
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