(Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Technique)

We’ve helped hundreds of people overcome their pollen, food, and chemical sensitivities with this fantastic technique. We can treat people of all ages, including babies, with NAET. It can even help with anaphylaxis.  

NAET changes how your nervous system responds to an allergen or sensitivity. In a typical allergy reaction, the nervous system overreacts to what it doesn’t like. This over-reaction weakens the body and causes stress. NAET changes that response to a more neutral one, allowing your body’s natural defenses to work better.  

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Dr. Devi Nambudripad created NAET (Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Technique). She suffered from many foods, environmental and chemical allergies and discovered that combining acupressure with exposure to a specific allergen can change your body’s reaction to that item.


Nicole trained with Dr. Devi from 2006 – 2010. She’s successfully treated hundreds of people for cedar fever, mold issues, food allergies, and chemical sensitivities with NAET.


How NAET Works


We use muscle testing to see if your body is sensitive to an item. Muscle testing involves slight resistance to pressure on your arm—we muscle test children, babies, and people with shoulder injuries through a surrogate. If the test shows a good resistance level, and upon introducing a suspected allergen, it becomes weaker, then, on some level, your body does not agree with that substance.


When we find substances that weaken our body, the NAET treatment changes how our nervous system reacts. The treatment consists of gentle palpation down your spine as you hold the vial of the allergen.


When we re-test the item, your arm should have strong resistance again. There are 24 hours when you’ll avoid the substance we treated. 


Most allergens are cleared at that point. Some items need additional treatment if you’re very allergic. 


NAET adjusts your nervous system’s reaction to the allergen. Instead of having an allergic, fight-or-flight, histamine-producing reaction, you have a neutral response.  

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