Thanks for helping me deal with an allergic reaction to a wasp sting.

In the past two years, I have been stung twice by a wasp on my hand; each time my entire hand swelled up, and became very red, sore and hot-- taking Benadryl did not seem to help. I couldn't use my fingers because they were so swollen. And it took at least a week for the swelling and intense pain to go away.​

When I stepped on a wasp, I expected the same reaction. In fact within a few hours my entire foot was swollen, red, hot and painful.

Anaphylactic Shock

How to Save a Life with Energy Medicine

I had an emergency call from the mother of an 18-month old who was having an urgently severe reaction to something she ate. She had developed a rash and started coughing with difficulty breathing. As the mother got ready to rush to the ER, she decided to call me, because she didn't think she would make it to the hospital in time. In 90 seconds, the severe reactions were completely cleared by giving a silent QT code for the infant. Obviously the mother was also hugely relieved.

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