Before today, I’m not sure what this answer would be. Some doctors might say “no, it cannot be cured.” After chatting with my acupuncturist however, and having him explain and then put in a semi-permanent acupuncture needle in my ear, I am thinking that my gluten sensitivity is already improving. Why?
Michael Jabalee is a wizard by the way. I just wanted to put that out there. He is a superb healer and his knowledge and skills far outweigh any acupuncturist I have seen previously, with maybe one or two exceptions – but I have been very fortunate to meet some incredible practitioners in my time.
He explained how having a tiny needle in my ear for 3 weeks can possibly cure allergies. He has had success with treating the red meat allergy which arises after being bitten by the Lone Star tick. He has had success treating people with gluten allergies. He even mentioned that using his bio-energetic testing machine, he successfully determined which (out of 18 colors) Sharpee markers an artist was allergic to and treated her for that! It turns out it was the pink and light purple colors that were getting to her. I’m not making this up. And the tiny little throb in my ear is reminding me (although it is covered in flesh colored surgical tape so no one will notice) that there is in fact a needle still in my ear cartilage!
The semi-permanent 3 mm needle allows for the acupuncture to continue 24-7 for 3 weeks at home! I am pretty much amazed.
Of course I will report how I am doing and at the end of that time I will report how I feel the next day after eating gluten.
I had him test me for gluten and alcohol sensitivities (allergies) because over the past few weeks I have been noticing feeling achy the next day or two after I drink a couple of beers. And sure enough gluten came up.
There is even a positive (statistically significant results) study done by the NIH about the efficacy of semi-permanent acupuncture needles. And hopefully I will also be reporting something similar (although for me it is not strictly scientific and objective).
Here is a link to his website:
So now I have to say that he specializes in treating nerve pain, neuropathy, Lyme’s disease AND allergies. I cannot recommend him more – and I am not getting anything for saying this. Simply that he is a fantastic healer – I am feeling better after my bout with chronic (unidentified for 2 years) Lyme’s disease and hopefully I will be making my way toward 100% health after this mini treatment (which is on-going for 3 weeks).
Thanks for reading!!