00 Allergy

00 00 Bee and Wasp Sting

00 01 Churg-Strauss Syndrome

00 02 Eye Allergy

00 03 Hay Fever

00 04 Latex Allergy

00 05 Makeup Allergy

00 06 Nasal Congestion

00 10 Peanut Allergy

00 11 Poison Ivy, Oak, and Sumac

Allergies occur when your immune system reacts to a foreign substance – such as pollen, bee venom, or pet dander – or a food that doesn´t cause a reaction in most people.

When you have found your disease or condition, you look for the treatment color. The treatment colors are magenta (red-blue), blue, cyan (blue-green), green, yellow (red-green), and red. I give the treatment colors a number. Magenta = 0, blue = 1, cyan = 2, green = 3, yellow = 4, and red = 5. Bee and Wasp Sting would then be categorized as 00-00-0. Here, the last digit, the treatment color, is magenta. The first two digits are the disease/condition group (Allergies are 00). The next two digits (Bee and Wasp Sting is 00) are the illness within the group, and the last digit (magenta is 0) is the treatment color. 

When you use the projector, click on your treatment color, and a large image of it will appear. Make the color cover the whole page and project it onto yourself. When you use the LED light bulb, you choose your color manually.

Bees (Apidae) and wasps (Vespidae) are venomous, stinging insects (class Hymenoptera). A honeybee mostly only attacks when it feels threatened, inflicting a single painful toxic sting. However, the Africanized ‘killer’ bee is highly aggressive, resulting in massive bee attacks throughout most of the Americas, where it has become endemic. Wasps also are aggressive, sting to attack, and can sting multiple times.

Churg-Strauss syndrome is a disorder marked by blood vessel inflammation. This inflammation can restrict blood flow to organs and tissues, sometimes permanently damaging them. This condition is also known as eosinophilic granulomatosis with polyangiitis (EGPA). Asthma is the most common sign of Churg-Strauss syndrome. Signs and symptoms of Churg-Strauss syndrome include fatigue, fever, weight loss, nasal passage inflammation, cough, shortness of breath, and chest pain.

Eye allergies are allergic reactions that involve the eyes. Allergic eye symptoms are common and affect around 10% of all people.

Signs and symptoms of allergic reactions involving the eyes can include red (bloodshot), irritated eyes, itchy eyes, tearing or runny eyes, swollen eyelids, soreness, burning eyes, eye pain, or sensitivity to light.

Hay fever is a term that describes a seasonal allergic reaction to airborne particles such as pollen. The medical term for hay fever is allergic rhinitis. Hay fever is a common condition that affects up to 30% of the population. 

Signs and symptoms of hay fever include a runny nose with clear mucus, nasal congestion, itchy eyes, watery eyes, and sneezing.

A latex allergy is an allergic reaction to products containing latex. Latex is derived from the fluid extracted from a rubber tree. It has been used in several household products, as well as medical products.

Signs and symptoms of a latex allergy include an itchy, red skin rash at the contact site, resembling a poison ivy rash. Another type of reaction to latex is the more severe anaphylactic reaction, which can involve the skin, respiratory, gastrointestinal, and circulatory systems.

A makeup allergy is an allergic reaction to any component in cosmetic products. Cosmetics are substances applied to the surface of the skin, hair, or nails. Cosmetics often contain a complex mixture of perfumes, emulsifiers, sunscreens, pigments, metals, resins, preservatives, and various inert materials and botanical products.

The face is most commonly involved in makeup allergy. Symptoms and signs of makeup allergy include a rash often appearing as a scaling, flaking, dry, swollen red area that may itch.

Nasal congestion, or “stuffy nose,” refers to obstruction to airflow in and out of the nose. It most commonly results from inflammation and swelling of the lining tissues of the nasal passages and sinuses. Less commonly, anatomical obstructions, such as a deviated nasal septum or foreign bodies, may lead to nasal congestion.

Rarely, tumors of the nasal passages or chronic medical conditions may cause nasal congestion.

Peanut allergy refers to an allergic reaction to peanuts or products containing peanuts. It is a relatively common type of food allergy in developed countries, and most of those affected are children under the age of 3. Peanut allergy is most likely to occur in people with other allergies or a family history of allergies.

About 90% of reactions to peanuts occur within 20 minutes of exposure. Signs and symptoms can include skin redness, hives, and itching.

Sensitivity to poison ivy, oak, or sumac is widespread. Many people have a characteristic rash reaction when contacting the resin from poison ivy, oak, or sumac. The medical name for the condition is allergic contact dermatitis.

Signs and symptoms of poison ivy, oak, or sumac rash include a mild, red, bumpy skin rash that typically goes away within 5 to 12 days. Other associated symptoms and signs include itching that may be intense, blistering, and swelling. The rash usually arises on areas of skin that have come in contact with the plants, but it can sometimes develop in other areas.