Skip to comments.New Botanical Drug May Silence Peanut Allergies, Animal Study Suggests
Posted on 02/17/2009 6:28:07 AM PST by TornadoAlley3
A new study finds that a botanical drug could provide the key to new treatments for peanut allergies. The findings are published online in The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. Lead author Xiu-Min Li, MD, Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Director of Center for Chinese Herbal Therapy for Allergy and Asthma at Mount Sinai School of Medicine and colleagues found Food Allergy Herbal Formula (FAHF-2) produced long-term protection following treatment against peanut-induced anaphylaxis in mice. FAHF-2 treatment protected peanut allergic mice from anaphylaxis for more than 36 weeks after treatment was discontinued.
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If its from China the side effects might be,anal leakage,blindness,heart murmur,scabbing,hair loss to name a few.
This would be fantastic, if it works! Thanks for the post.
FAHF-2 has received investigational new drug approval of the Food and Drug Administration and currently human clinical trials are being conducted at Mount Sinai to evaluate the safety and early efficacy of FAHF-2 on multiple food allergies including peanut, tree nut, fish and shellfish.
Mount Sinai School of MedicineThanks neverdem. I'll not even check for salmonella jokes in the thread, and not make any of course, because of my exquisite good taste.