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Allergies can arise at all organs, which own a mucous coat.

It is correct how the classical medicine describes the immunologic symptoms and causes for allergies. It is only the question, why f.e. one person shows an allergetic reaction of the lungs (bronchial asthma)) or of the skin (neurodermatosis) and not an other person.

The causes and backgrounds of allergetic reactions are damages at the spine.

How can allergies develop anyway?

Due to a damage at pelvis and spine, with the tenseness of the back muscles and the following scoliosis, incarcerations of nerves of the vegetative nervous system happen (depending on the constellation of the spinal damages of defined organs), which cause irritations and inflammations of organs, and in case of allergies of the mucous coat, mainly the corresponding organs.

Irritated mucous coats react immunologically much more intensive on striking stimulants than not irritated mucous coats. The violent reaction is called allergy.

Which vertebrae, segments and meridians are responsible for allergies?

Primarily these are the vertebrae, segments and meridians of the functional circuit lung (Th3 SMT®), large intestine (L1 SMT® and L2 SMT®), nose and mouth (C4), because they have an influence on the functionality of the skin. Via the 4th cervical vertebra the functional circuit lung/large intestine/nose and mouth is connected to the functional circuit stomach (Th6 SMT®)/ spleen-pancreas (Th8 SMT® and Th7 SMT®)/ mouth and nose (C4).

As a second aspect the vertebrae, segments and meridians of the by allergies sickened organs is added.

Allergies are curable, when you early enough influence the sick occurrence by means of the SMT®.