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just doing a bit of research on that and came across something about some children may have an allergy to certain food dyes that are common in candies and processed foods, such as gummy bears, gummy vitamins, etc. There needs to be more scientific studies done on this.
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I don't know about you all, but I know for a fact that I am a gummy bear. (You are what you eat) GET SOME!
gummy bears are kinda like fruit snacks but in the shape of bears try googling them this was the original answer but the guy who did it before misspelled googled so i fixed …it:P
If one was treating ringworm with butenafine hydrochloride but had an severe itching rash allergic reaction to that what other medications can one try?
The next most powerful OTC anti-fungal is terbinafine; brand name in the US is Lamisil.
Yes. Or you can get Hives, which is like a rash but instead it is red bumps. They itch a lot and can be anywhere on your body. They usually are anywhere the grass touche…d you, depending on how allergic you are.
Give them a bad grade on on time on their report card and the parents will be much more responible on taking there child to school
I've seen a few via internet searches, and I personally have had reactions to Polypropylene, so I know firsthand that it can happen. I haven't had a formal allergy test yet th…ough.
I recently had a breakout of hives or similar bumps on my body. I switched over to menthol cigarettes a week or so beforehand. Not sure if the two are connected but thought I'…d offer my two cents.
You can easily be allergic to synthetic vitamins (the type you will find in average grocery stores), as they are made in labs with chemical concoctions. It is very unlik…ely that you will have an allergic reaction to a natural food-based vitamin that you would find in a health food store. These vitamins are made from natural concentrations of spinach, fo ti, and other plants and herbs. The synthetic vitamins are also very difficult for your body to absorb.
You turn to a super gummy
If you look at the ingredients on a package of gummy bears - even organic ones - you'll see expected things like corn orbrown rice syrup and sugar. But you'll also see someth…ing calledgelatin. Seems innocent enough, but its source might surprise you.Gelatin is a yellowish, odorless, and nearly tasteless substancethat is made by prolonged boiling of skin, cartilage, and bonesfrom animals. It's made primarily from the stuff meat industrieshave left over - we're talking about pork skins, horns, and cattlebones. Ugh. I guess if you're into the philosophy of using the whole animal,you'll be psyched about this. Plus gelatin contains 18 amino acids,so it does offer some nutritional benefits. But if you're vegan,you'll definitely want to skip the chewy candies and yourgreat-aunt's Jell-O mold - it's made with gelatin, too. Thisanimal-derived ingredient can also be found in some vitamins andmedications, marshmallows (not Trader Joe's - they're vegan!),cheeses, yogurts, soups, salad dressings, jams and jellies, fruitsnacks, and canned hams. If this tidbit of info grosses you out,you'll want to pay closer attention to these products' foodlabels.
One of the most common symptoms of an allergic reaction is an itchy rash
Gelatin, mostly. Also, some brands may contain starch, edible wax and glycerin.
You get a brain lesion.
if you get it after exposure to something you are allergic to. Like avocados or an animal.