Report: Pepper allergie
The client had a pepper allergy since childhood, more than 40 years ago. Whenever black pepper was in the meal, she had to run to the toilet because of diarrhea.
We accidentally discovered a hint of the cause of the allergy while talking about the 5BN. The client told the following anecdote:
In her childhood, her mother always picked salad from her own garden. Since the heads were full of aphids, her mother liberally sprinkled them with black pepper, so as to mask the fact that bugs were on the menu. At some point during the meal the client became aware of what she was eating (DHS), and reacted with a morsel conflict, specifically: “have to purge the harmful morsels” because she found the idea of eating aphids disgusting.
The peristaltic function of the intestine reacts with over-function and thus diarrhea in CA phase (and EC), in order to remove the offending morsels as quickly as possible. At that moment, black pepper was stored as a track, so that future exposure to black pepper in food restarts the SBS in expectation of the harmful morsels.
In order to test whether this was actually the reason for the allergy, I proposed the following experiment for her next meal: She should thoroughly wash the salad by herself and make sure that there is not a single aphid. Then she should, before she eats the salad, spice it up vigorously with black pepper. And then, while eating the salad, consciously understand that the black dots are not aphids, only harmless, delicious pepper.
=> She did as I suggested and did not react with diarrhea. She had successfully eliminated her more than 40-year-old pepper allergy.