Seeking Health | Histamine Block | DAO Supplement Enzyme | Food Intolerance | Histamine Intolerance | GI Tract Supplements | Dhist 30 Capsules
|Ingredients||Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 20 mg, Diamine Oxidase (from porcine kidney protein concentrate) 20,000 HDU. Microcrystalline cellulose, HPMC (capsule), sucrose, rice starch, shellac, hydroxypropylcellulose, polyvinylpolypyrrolidone, hydrated magnesium silicate, acetylated corn starch, sodium carboxymethylcellulose and glycerol. See more|
|Product Dimensions||5.08 x 5.08 x 9.53 cm; 28.35 Grams|
About this item
- ONE BOTTLE CONTAINS 30 capsules of DAO supports relief for abdominal swelling, intestinal cramps, and gas/bloating*
- EFFECTIVE FOR BOTH histamine intolerance and food intolerance*
- POWERFUL GI tract supplements for aiding digestive tract function *
- POTENT DAO HISTAMINE block and DAO supplement enzyme for food intolerance due to histamine overload*
- ALLERGEN/PATHOGEN FREE PRODUCT. Does not contain FOS, Streptococcus, Casein, Dairy, Egg, Fish, Gluten, Peanuts, Shellfish, Soy, Tree Nuts
Product detailsSize Name:30 Count (Pack of 1)
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 5.08 x 5.08 x 9.53 cm; 28.35 Grams
- Date First Available : 20 August 2013
- Manufacturer : Seeking Health
- ASIN : B00EOBH8KG
- Manufacturer reference : 023-05-003-06
- Best Sellers Rank: 3,291 in Health, Household & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health, Household & Personal Care)
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Seeking Health's Histamine Block contains potent DAO (diamine oxidase) supplements to support the breakdown of histamine in the digestive tract.* The patented enzyme formula is packed with a strong DAO supplement enzyme, effective against histamine intolerance and food intolerance from ingested histamine.* One bottle of Seeking Health Histamine Block contains 60 capsules of DAO to combat food-derived histamine in food tract.* Our DAO supplement increases GI tract functionality by alleviating abdominal pains, intestinal cramps, gas/bloating, and abdominal swelling*. This DAO supplement enzyme may help with food intolerance, respiratory stress, and gastrointestinal health.* Not intended for antibody-related or IgE-related food allergies.*
Consult your healthcare practitioner before use, especially if you are pregnant or nursing. Avoid if allergic to pork. Histamine Block is NOT EFFECTIVE for symptoms of immune-related food allergies; such as peanuts, shellfish, etc., or for gluten intolerance due to sensitivity or celiac disease. Store in a cool, dry place (59-85 degrees) away from direct sunlight. Keep out of reach of children. *These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 20 mg, Diamine Oxidase (from porcine kidney protein concentrate) 20,000 HDU. Microcrystalline cellulose, HPMC (capsule), sucrose, rice starch, shellac, hydroxypropylcellulose, polyvinylpolypyrrolidone, hydrated magnesium silicate, acetylated corn starch, sodium carboxymethylcellulose and glycerol.
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I have been getting terrible symptoms from excess histamine build up in the body, such as - itching, excessive heartburn, high anxiety and constipation and diarrhoea in rotation.
My issues are triggered by foods such as chocolate, alcohol, coffee, broccoli and fermented foods. And once the histamine levels exceed a certain threshold it’s extremely hard and takes weeks to bring my symptoms down with just diet control.
This is when this DAO histamine supplement comes in and saves the day for me. Highly effective quality product that’s almost as good as a life saving drug.
Request to the manufacturer - please keep the formula as simple and pure as it is right now without unnecessary fillers. This is because people with histamine intolerance are very sensitive to artificial adders and even some vitamins.
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Bottom Line: I used 1 bottle of this DAO supplement and while doing all of the things mentioned above in combination I didn't notice much difference with or without it so I didn't think the price was worth continuing it.
I've found that acerola powder is a great source of vitamin C that doesn't cause loose stools at a high dosage. I buy the Mr. Ros brand and take from 2000 mg-4000 mg (4-8 tsp.) a day. I put the powder in water, add unrefined sugar, and it's a tasty juice. It's pricey at that dosage, so make the decision based on your own situation. I've also added white tea and holy basil tea to my weaponry against histamine intolerance. White tea is unfermented and has EGCG, which has been shown to block histamine. Holy basil is also good as a mast cell stabilizer. I drink two servings of the combo a day (1 tea bag of white tea w/2 tsp. of dried holy basil leaf per serving) in 8 oz. of hot water, steeped for 4 minutes. So far, so good.
When I received the new seeking health histamine block I noticed the capsules looked completely different. Instead of tiny capsules filled with little beige beads these were larger and had white powder inside of them - in fact they resembled the Umbrellux DAO2.
I thought my adverse reaction to the Umbrellux DAO2 was due to the catalase enzyme they added...however, I had the exact same reaction to this new formula of Histamine Block and it contains no catalase.
After looking into the matter further I discovered the old formula of Seeking Health Histamine Block contained vitamin C as ascorbic acid - But the new formula contains ascorbyl palmitate. That seems to be the common denominator between the two because the Unbrellux DAO2 also contains ascorbyl palmitate.
I happened to run across a one star Amazon review for another seeking health supplement called adeno B12 where a consumer wrote:
“Contains ascorbyl palmitate which causes upper body gas, chest pain and bloating. Very disappointed!!”
So Apparently I’m not the only one who has trouble with this ingredient. In addition, After I had had the adverse reaction I had called the manufacturer of umbrellux DAO2 (Diem), They refunded my money and they told me that a lot of people were having trouble with their new formula so they were going to come out with a cleaner version that only had DAO in it and nothing else and it should be available in December and they will send me samples to see if I can tolerate it.
Apparently the mother company that makes this is in Austria and they all get it from the same place. The US companies convinced them to change the formula because clients screamed for a cleaner formula. This is what I was told when I called seeking health.
Maybe they should’ve kept the previous form of vitamin C? Why did they change that? No one can ever leave anything alone nowadays they have to change everything continuously. It’s so frustrating.
My symptoms come on after meals and include colicky abdominal pain, brain fog, and dizziness. I am hoping against all hope that other people will complain and they will be forced to bring back the old formula.
I have always thought and still do think Seeking Health is very good and reputable company. I called and explained the situation and they did give me a partial refund for my order and did not request that I send the bottle back. I did not make the connection to ascorbyl palmitate until after I spoke with the representative. I have tried taking ProBiota Histaminx but that gave me a rash so now it seems I am now completely out of options. :(