Allergies can have many manifestations, and most are noticeable in the
respiratory system or the skin. IPT has a track record of successful
treatment of a wide variety of allergic syndromes. Following are allergy
cases on IPTQ:
There is a case of angioedema or urticaria (skin allergy
with hives) reported in the 1992 patent.
Dr. Paquette's book Medicine of Hope, has
a section on diseases of the skin. A
number of the cases he presents appear to be directly or indirectly related to
allergies. There is one case of skin
allergy to sunlight and metals, for example. Dr. Paquette felt that
many allergic syndromes were related to poor diet and accumulated toxicity in
the body, which could be treated quickly with IPT.
Dr. Paquette's book also has a whole section on use of IPT for
diseases in his book Medicine
of Hope. He describes 23 respiratory cases, and 11 of them are of
allergic origin. The cases include severe respiratory allergies:
allergic bronchitis, asthma, rhinitis, and sinusitis. Many of the
cases had not responded to other treatments, many for years. But the
results with IPT were often spectacular.
He wrote: "I often had fabulous results; I was
feeling overwhelmed and had a hard time hiding my tears. I felt people so happy
expressing their joy to me. No matter how much I asked them not to talk about
it, the news was spreading from mouth to ear and the patients were flocking from
all corners of the Province, other Provinces and even from abroad."