Antihistamine medications can provide temporary relief, but in the long term, they may do more harm than good.
Consuming large amounts of histamine can cause ‘scombroid’ poisoning, a painful and acutely distressing condition that can sometimes be fatal.
Excessive levels of histamine can also cause anaphylaxis, the most serious and immediately life-threatening form of response.
Histamine intolerance symptoms can include:
bloating and other digestive problems
painful periods (women)
sudden drops in blood pressure
faintness or flushing