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by:IKE Food Machinery     2019-06-13
Mango allergy is a reaction in people who are allergic to fruit, their juice, or do not tolerate substances present in mango skin.
Mango is a delicious summer fruit that is native to South Asia and can be eaten raw or as pulp or juice.It's big though.It's hard to get a massive consumption, an allergic reaction or a related complaint.One of the most famous allergic reactions includes instant allergies or late-onset allergies.According to research by the National Institutes of Health conducted by Richa Sareen and Ashok Shah, it is easier for people living in areas without mango cultivation to observe mango allergy.
In this case, the consumption of processed mango pulp and canned mango pulp is also not helpful.Although the pulp/nectar is subjected to an enzyme-promoted degradation process, it is clear that its allergic properties persist and still cause mango allergy, resulting in allergies.This allergy can take life if it is not discovered and properly treated in a timely mannerForm of threatThe reasons and symptoms of mango allergy are given in the article below, and what treatment options you can seek if you have Mango allergy.
Mango allergy is usually a contact dermatitis that occurs when an allergic substance is in contact with the skin.
Substances that cause mango allergy are usually present in the skin of mango.Being a self-Urshiol is a black substance (which turns black when it comes in contact with air) that can be easily found on fruit.This is black sticky deposit, usually found near the place where the fruit is cut from the tree, or near the perforation on the skin of the fruit.

The presence in the skin, bark, flesh and peel of the fruit also causes a reaction.Contact with these parts of the fruit or tree can cause an allergic reaction.These substances are deposited in the skin layer of the skin and affect the CD-4 cells.This resulted in red patches and rashes on the skin during the 4-1 time period6 hours.
Oral administration of food can lead to oral allergy syndrome.This is usually characterized by a tingling or burning sensation in the tongue or lips and surrounding areas.This happens when Mango pollen reacts with dust and mites.Similar allergic reactions occur when Mango pollen crossesReact with pollen from other fruits such as papaya, figs, grapes, etc.
A common pattern observed in individuals belonging to non-individualsmango-The planting area is that this allergic reaction is usually triggered when the mango is first contacted.After meeting the fruit, the chance of similar reaction repetition was reduced by about 20%.
There is no permanent treatment for allergies.The best way to treat allergies is to clean the area in contact with sap immediately.This effectively drained all the lacquer phenol from the affected area.Allergic reactions can be crossedReactive, which means that allergies occur for a period of time after exposure to other substances with the same allergic substance (in this case, lacquer phenol.
People who are allergic to Mango should avoid contact with the fruit or at least the skin of the fruit.Although the development of the rash is basically the tissue amine reaction of the body, the use of antiamine does not show a huge effect on the reaction.Over-the-A method of symptomatic treatment is the use of the ointment.If serious reactions occur, rapid treatment can be performed using local and oral steroids.However, a doctor needs to be consulted before any treatment is selected.In the event of a severe rash, it is critical to consult an allergic physician and get proper treatment as early as possible.
The use of honey is a recommended home remedy.Pollen allergens in honey have resistanceInflammatory drugs, thereby reducing allergic reactions.A herbal medicine called nethemp is also very effective because it is a natural antihistamine that can inhibit the production of tissue amine in the body.

Loved by millions of people, there are vast markets around the world.Most countries in the tropicsMangoes are grown in countries like India, China, Thailand, Brazil, Pakistan, the Philippines, Australia and the Caribbean islands.The annual output of mango in the world exceeds 25 million tons, and India alone accounts for 53-55% of it.This fruit is popular in the Indian subcontinent, but since its allergic reactions are both strange and rare, it is rarely thought.
If you suffer from any of the above mango allergies and do not eat fruit, it is the only way out to stay as far away from the fruit as possible.
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