Allergy to food and medications
Discovered the connection to many health problems today, the S2
Table containing Summary of 2S Allergens
... from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2570561/ -
[table pdf saved in G3200] Echo at:
Listed are items (oils) that have 2S protein and affect me:
Cottonseed oil – in Testosterone Cypionate - Major
allergy, picture link below, took months to identify cause.
Sesame seed - - in Testosterone Enanthate -
Allergy, showed up in about a month?
Walnuts - not feeling well after eating noted about a year
ago, may test again, after skin clears up.
Allergen name of Ber e 1 , includes walnut, cottonseed,
sunflower, castor bean.
Will avoid ingesting items from same table: (Sunflower seed)
(Sesame) (Yellow mustard)
Maybe avoid (Cashew nut) (peanuts) (Buckwheat) (Sunflower
seed) (Soya , listed as minor)
Allergy pictures at: https://www.flickr.com/gp/edhiker/11S555
Thursday, December 08, 2016
Link to private album is: https://www.flickr.com/gp/edhiker/11S555
Atopic dermatitis (eczema) most often occurs where your skin flexes — inside the elbows, behind the knees.
Oils are: Cottonseed oil in Testosterone Cypronate. Sesame seed oil in Testosterone Enanthate
Cottonseed oil's allergen is the 2S protein. As a water-soluble protein, the 2S albumin storage protein contains structural, functional and biochemical properties responsible for determining its allergenicity.... provokes an allergic reaction in certain individuals.
Allergic reactions caused by the 2S proteins include atopic dermatitis and, in severe cases, minor swelling or hives. Individuals suffering from atopic dermatitis caused by cottonseed oil will experience patches of red, itchy, flaky skin, with the insides of knees and elbows prone to this type of allergic reaction.
Sesame seed allergy is not new (it was first reported in the 1950s), but it has become increasingly common and now is one of the top 10 causes of food allergies.
Sesame oil is made by cold-pressing sesame seeds and is not refined, so retains most of its allergenicity. It is used ‘unrefined’ in food products and as a result it contains sesame allergens which can cause reactions to those allergic to sesame seed.
Sesame oil (sesamum indicum) is also used in pharmaceutical products