Allergy Care


Allergy Care

Itchy Eyes…Sneezing?

The leading all-natural specialist in King, Kitsap and Snohomish Counties for environmental allergens!

Are you tired of having allergies?

A detox program that focuses on creating healthy eating patterns. Accelerated Allergy Clearing Technique (AACT) is an all-natural, pain-free method for helping support your allergies and sensitivities.
Allergens can be supported and cleared even when the allergen is not in season. In fact, it is best to have the allergens cleared before the symptoms start. Clients have said that this style of allergy clearing has diminished the effects and even removed symptoms.

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$110 - 50 MINUTES
  • FAST START ALLERGY APPOINTMENT: All-Natural support for seasonal plants, flowers, trees, grass, pollen, animal, dust or mold allergies.

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  • All-Natural Allergy Clearing for seasonal, animal, dust, mold or food allergies.
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The technique involves a systematic approach in which communication with the central nervous system and specific acupressure points are reprogrammed with the brain and body to suggest the substances are harmless. This technique should be tried for everyone experiencing reactions to environmental factors: plants, flowers, tress, pollen, mold and animal sensitivities. As a follow-up, a nutritional program is recommended to assist the body in healing the underlying causes of why you developed the allergies.

We have an extensive list of mold, yeast and fungus to test. You can also bring in any item that you think is causing an allergy or sensitivity. Examples of random items people have been sensitive to, so bring in anything to clear! Some examples are: eye glasses, sun glasses, jewelry, lotions, soaps, makeup, relationship partner, atmospheric pressure, motion sickness, emotions, stress, physical strain, vitamins, latex gloves, artificial lights and more!


Here in the Pacific Northwest, we deal with a special environmental issue -- mold. Nourish and Revive has the most common mold allergens available to for testing and clearing. Molds are a natural part of the life cycle of all decaying plant and food materials. Mold spores are prevalent in the air, indoors and outside. Most common foods, fresh and prepared, contain a variety of molds.
  • Acremonium: Formerly known as Cephalosporium. Found in soil, damp paper, fabric dust and wood by- products. This commonly attributes to the ‘cork taint’, a musty or moldy off-odor, in wine.
  • Alternaria, Epicoccum, Sporobolomyces: As a result of decomposing plants, molding vegetables and fruits.
  • Aspergillus: A soil fungus found in composts, hay, damp vegetation, damp fabrics, grains, fruits, soy sauce, cheeses, corn and peanuts.
  • Aureobasidium Mix: Found in in soil, forest soils, fresh water, plants, fruit, marine estuary sediments, wood and indoors. Widespread, where moisture accumulates, especially in bathrooms and kitchens, shower curtains, tile grout and window sills.
  • Cladosporium Mix: Found on living and dead plant material. Cladosporium spores are wind-dispersed and they are often extremely abundant in outdoor air.
  • Pullularia: As a result of decaying plants and soil.
  • Botrytis: Resulting in moldy fruits, grapes and some flowers.
  • Fusarium: Found on vegetables, beans, whole grains, flours, decaying plants and houseplants.
  • Hormodendrum: Found on leaves, rotting plants, decaying trees, rotting wood and leftover foods. It appears as black specks on windows, damp walls and corners & damp, stored clothing.
  • Penicillium: Grows on fruits, breads, cheese, the surface of jams and condiments, damp shoes and clothing.
  • Stachybotrys: Dark, black mold, living in: wall board, paper, fabrics and carpet backing, resulting from water damage.