Typo... Relieve not releave. :(
Acupuncture and/or accupressure has been around for thousands of years. I've had nothing but positive experiences from acupuncture treatments. I would suppose that the acupuncturist would treat your immune system to help you with your allergy systems. Be sure to make sure you go to a licensed acupuncturist and follow their advice... they may recommend that you need treatments every week.
How are you? Many people with allergies seek out alternative medicine when they find that medical treatment do not help, or that the side-effects are not worth it. Allergy relief systems (ARS) is a systematic, energy-medicine approach to allergies. This approach is geared towards practitioners who already know and practice traditional Chinese medicine. It is important to stress that acupunturists should have completed a full course of study at a traditional chinese medicine school. And make sure that the acupuncturist uses single-use sterile packaged needles.
Chi or the life force is believed to flow through pathways in the body. Illness results from an imbalance of the forces. The pathways and the energy flow are accessible through more than 350 acupuncture points. By inserting needles into these points in various combinations, acupuncture practitioners believe that the energy flow will rebalance and the patient gets well.
I hope this helps. Take care and regards.
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i have a lot of experience, i kno you posted this years ago, but lemm kno if you have any questions
My opinion is that for temporary relief of symptoms, it might help. Immunotherapy is more effective in the long term. I would see an allergist and do shots as soon as your allergy season ends.