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Nov. 16, 2022

Episode 53: Pursuing Health By Eliminating Allergies with Dr. Ynge Ljung

Episode 53: Pursuing Health By Eliminating Allergies with Dr. Ynge Ljung

Throughout her career, Dr. Ynge has been challenged by Western medicine’s
reliance on treating symptoms typically with drugs, ignoring other factors that seem obvious. She spent years studying ancient healing sources and Chinese truths that she then incorporated into the development of The Allergy Kit. Her extensive education in both Eastern and Western ideologies allowed her to create an easy, powerful, and affordable way to “say bye-bye to your allergies” once and for all. This approach creates a lasting effect that brings balance and harmony to the whole being and strengthens the immune system in the process.

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Hi friend. Thanks again for tuning into the pursuing uncomfortable podcast. I'm so grateful. You're here. You're going to be glad you're here too. Do you know anyone who has autism. Do you have different sensitivities to food? Or do you have pain anywhere in your body? Dr. Inga young is going to give you a completely different perspective. On how you can treat these common ailments and feel so much better.

Melissa:

Dr. Inga Young. It is such a privilege and a pleasure to have you on the podcast today. Welcome.

Dr. Ynge:

Thank you. Thank you, thank you. I'm very

Melissa:

happy to be here. Well, there's so much to cover today. You have so much expertise and so much value to share. I wanna just jump right into it, if that's all right with. Absolutely. Before we're finished, I definitely want to talk about the allergy kit, but before we jump straight away into that, let's get a little sense of what you do and what your practice is like.

Dr. Ynge:

With I, after the Covid, I don't see too many patients. I see a. I work mostly with my allergy kids. It takes a lot of time and I have people I fall or they want advice, so I do that. I also do coaching, especially with, um, very fast burnout and brave fall. Because many people don't understand that weight has to do with allergies or sensitivities. Since my kit is for the kit, I'll use the word allergies and little loosely, but it covers also the other sensitivities and uh, whatever the other name is, but So, uh, by working, With allergies also, you can get that rid of cravings because if you have horrible cravings for sugar and wheat, for example, how will you be able to lose weight? Hmm, for sure. If you can't stay away from the foods, it's, It is impossible, and also it's open as if it is a switch. If you feel hungry or if you're full, that is not working.

Melissa:

So here in the United States when we have an ailment or an injury or some kind of medical issue, or even if we wanna be proactive, we'll go and schedule a visit with our doctor. We'll talk about our symptoms, and they will lay out a treatment plan. How is your practice different?

Dr. Ynge:

First of what I want people to learn about what they are suffering from and why. And I want them to participate. So if somebody comes to me, for example, for let's say back pain or scient, I treat them with, with acupuncture. But first I do, um, allergy treatment. I have found that it's many, many years ago, over 20 years ago, I found that allergi. When I treat allergies, I have better results and faster results for A and pains too. And it really started once when I had anxiety. My, we used to come in once or twice a year only to, because his neck was, was tight, and then one day he had no appointment and he always drawed him. He had somebody who helped him in and who had. It was in the winter here in South Florida. It was probably 67 degrees, so it was cold And so we came in with this sciatica attack and I did four different tacos of treatments and nothing happened. And then it occurred to ask him if he drinks coffee. Said, funny that to say that because since it was cold with warning, my boss gave me a double Cuban coffee two hours after he turned around. Pulled down an empty box and that's how he, he just would stop. Could not move. I treated him for an allergy to coffee and like this five minutes, his pain was gone. So that, Wow, That opened my eyes about how much allergies or sensitivities or related weights and pains.

Melissa:

Well, this is just fascinating because if my leg hurts, I'm not thinking about an allergy to something No. When I come see you

Dr. Ynge:

Exactly. So that's why, especially with a acupunc, you come to see me because you have a pain. And I have had many people who say, Well, but I have pain in my back or my knee or whatever will say, Yeah, yeah, yeah. I get to that and since I muscle test, I can also show them that they are weak. Oh, so I have my system. That's the same in the other. There is a system with seven wives that you have to treat first, but it is, it is a amazing how things are related and we. We'd all think about it. No,

Melissa:

this is just so fascinating because right now I have an ankle that's a little yippy, that's a medical term I I believe, Yippy. But it's just sensitive in an awkward place. And I went to see my chiropractor yesterday and he yanked on it, and he poked on my back and it felt so much. Yes. So I understand that the body is a series of nerves and meridians and what have you that are all interconnected, and this is so fascinating to me. But an allergy is even more fascinating. So something I ate or ingested could be causing my ankle to have issues. Is that what you're saying? Yes.

Dr. Ynge:

Because for example, It depends on where on the ankle, what if it's on the outside point or the inside or the middle. It's something inside. It's on the inside. So that has to do with your bladder and kidney meridian and spleen and that, and this thing also has to do with, with the, your metabolism. So, so, um, it definitely can have to do with your. Wow,

Melissa:

this is so interesting. So if someone comes in and they do have allergies, say they have allergies to pollen or to what have you, is it here in central Illinois where I'm located, corn, pollen, tree pollen, grass, pollen, those are the big allergens in our area. How would you begin to address those?

Dr. Ynge:

I would, first of all do the. Basic, I will explain how it is. Uh, they, because it's simpler to, to show, to show the, the, the kit. This is the, the kit. And of course that is a, a full kit. Every kid doesn't have that many.

Melissa:

So those who are listening to the podcast, she's showing a box that has several vials in it. Although it doesn't look sinister like a, like a crime show with a, with an arch villain in it. It looks quite lovely and inviting. And there are, I don't

Dr. Ynge:

know, more these vis, and then there's a laser because it's an energy treatment. Okay. So we, we treat with a laser and the um, vis. Let me see where the camera is. They are filled with water that then are imprinted homeopathically. Homeopath means light cures light, so when you treat something that you've had inside yourself with even salt. So that's how you can eliminate the s and um, how it, how you do. To explain why the, I have the seven first bios, they are by number one is for egg, chicken, milk, and dairy, vitamin C or something else, and, and parasites. And there is a blood, uh, a brain body balancer also. And some people say, Well, I'm vegan. I don't eat chicken or, or any animal products. Well, we came from an egg. And we have to be able to absorb the basic protein where, where, wherever it comes from. When we are born, we get milk, and when we start to eat, we get vitamin C. So that's the reason why it is put up like that. Treatment number two is for sugar and vitamin B. We need B for the nerves and I mean, aloft stuff. And sugar isn't everything, even in breast milk. And the third treatment is for toxins. You know, babies today, they are born with up to 500, close to 500 different chemicals and, and, uh, impurities, which is vital scary. So they get that from the mother, but the mother has to breathe. Sure. So we keep detoxifying ourselves. And uh, number four is for vaccine. Most people have been vaccinated and um, most people have, it's now like the third or fourth generation that are vaccinated and, uh, especially kids on the autism. There is a change after that treatment. Number five is for sugar again, and candida, because it is so common. I really recommend that people treat the the sugar by maybe monthly because, because everything is sugar. And number six is for grains. And, um, number seven is a mixture of the first, second six vibes, plus the endocrine and organs. And then, cause they do that first. So if they have, uh, pollen allergy, for example, I recommend the, because I have the basic kit. Which is what I talked about. Then we have a food allergy kit, environmental kit, autism kit, and mental health kit, which also has the first seven bars within a lot of emotions. So with the environmental kit that contains, for example, mold and it also has mold, it also has virus and bacteria, and it's a great treatment to do with the first sign of, of a. And, uh, I mean, here we live. I live in South Florida. These, there's mold everywhere, so it's a great thing to, to do, and many people are affected by mold. I, myself was very, very sick. A few years back. I thought I was going to leave this plane. That's how sick I was. And I was, I thought the symptoms were from old, couldn't find any mold anywhere. And then I realized that my air condition was full of black mold. So it took, took a few years and I still have a squier with, with the cough. So anyway, so that's the pollen that so many people suffer from as you live there. I know in Texas they have a lot of pollen, also from some kind of cypress or mountain cedar. And then if we have. You know, kids who wake up in the, the end of the night or, or in the morning with respiratory problems in asthma, they are allergic to dust mines. Mm-hmm. which is also in the, uh, kit, that's the environmental kit. Does it have more? And it has of course, trees and grass, and it also has cats and dogs. Even if you don't have a cat or dog, they are around. Mm-hmm. and other people. If you are an allergic. Any kind of environmental, you normally aredo to all these things. And I also have a water bag in there because we, even if we drink watered, watered, filtered water, we shower, I recommend, of course, filter on the shower. But we wash our hands. We can't have, especially in an apartment, you cannot have a filter everywhere. Or you go out and you wash your hands. It's not a filter on that water. Or maybe you don't even, you drink water out in the restaurant and you assume it's filtered water and it's not. So I believe that a lot of people are sensitive to the water, so that's why I have that tube. This

Melissa:

also interesting what was in vial number four.

Dr. Ynge:

The vaccines.

Melissa:

Okay. I had mentioned something about autism and allergies. Is there a link between allergies and autism?

Dr. Ynge:

Yes. Every kid on the spectrum has allergies, everybody, every, It's just that, unfortunately, not enough people know about that. They often have Tommy aches. They're constipated, but they don't take that, they don't put allergies and those ailments together. And why they get constipated is of course they don't get the right food. And then unfortunately, two, these kids, they often want all the wrong things like wheat and sugar and yeah. And, uh, temper tantrums, for example, and meltdowns comes very, very often from wheat, and everybody consumes wheat. But wheat is one of the things that we really, really, really should try to avoid as much as possible because, One of the proteins in the wheat is, uh, called soline, and that makes holes in our I intestinal lining. It

Melissa:

makes holes in our intestine

Dr. Ynge:

in the lining. Yes. And that allows un digested food to go out in the bloodstream and that creates antibodies and allergies.

Melissa:

So you know that I'm not a doctor, but that sounds like a bad.

Dr. Ynge:

It is a bad thing and leak up. You know, like a few years back doctors said that was not possible, but it is, and it is becoming more and more common because people eat more and more wheat. They eat it like four times a day often. And, um, the only thing is to stop eating wheat. And you can, I mean, Theoric reaction that you have is not exactly the same as the the fall making. But that is a reaction. So kids who behave badly, they call it bad behavior and that, you know, often parents are looked upon as if they are, can't handle their kids and don't know what to do. No, they don't know what to do. They have an allergic reaction. So it's not their fault. So it's uh, really important for parents to, if they don't get the kids at least have. Not to eat wheat. And I know it's very, very hard because that is what they crave and that is what they want. And it's been everything. Yes. But with a kid, you can avoid when you treat yourself with a kid, for example, the sugar cravings go away and the wheats cravings go away. Another thing with the wheat is it has something called de morphine. What does that sound like? Gluten Morphine. Oh,

Melissa:

the morph. I miss that part.

Dr. Ynge:

Morphine, Gluten. Morphine. And that means that a lot of people get addicted to it. There are even some cases where they get high. Some people they can get high from eating bread, You see? They'll get rid red cheeks and they get a little out of it. But it's habit for me. Well, yeah, this is so.

Melissa:

So shocking for me to hear all of these things, and as I was speaking, I'm mentally going through all the ingredients in my cabinets and creating a grocery list that I need to replace these

Dr. Ynge:

things. Yes, I know, I know. It's scary. It's really is scary and it is not your fault. First of all, it is the U S D A recommendation of their food. Pyramid does not make any sense at all. The bottom is eat bread and grains. Bread and grains. Well that if you want to be sad. Yes. Very good. I mean, it would be make more sense to to turn it upside down, but it's not. We should not, Our main food should really. Vegetables. Mm-hmm. as much as possible. And of course, I mean, I eat anything, everything. Not anything. No. But I, I mean, I'm a, what they call it, an omnivore. I eat meat, I eat vegan, I plant, you know, everything. Sure. And, uh, some people they work to be vegan. That's their choice, but not to eat more bread or more grains. Unfortunately, there is, and there's also all these, um, ingrains and seeds, these, um, protection leptins that are, that it is so birds can eat those seeds and then fly and poop them out some other place and not be digested. So we don't adjust them either, and we may have a reaction to it.

Melissa:

Now. I've heard seeds are really healthy. Are you saying that they're maybe not as healthy

Dr. Ynge:

as maybe not? And I think you have to look up each one. I think I, There are lots of seeds. There are, but there are also many that maybe should be sued first. And that's same with, with nuts. Uh, even though I, I don't really have time to soak my nuts, but that's the best way to do it, is to soak them and then dry them.

Melissa:

And that would eliminate that outer

Dr. Ynge:

coating. Well, the nuts I don't think have that coating, which is they have a, uh, uh, to think and some seeds, I'm not really familiar with which seeds, but there are lots of seeds that are, uh, not. That are, that contain leptin, tomatoes, and uh, but um, we have to be a little careful with the seeds too. What

Melissa:

about lentils? Are lentils healthy?

Dr. Ynge:

It depends. Everything is not good for everybody. so some people cannot handle them. Event or bees. And yeah, I would probably say that's also has to do with that quot. And, um, I think when you, if you soak it first, like overnight and cook them slowly, it's less risk because there is like a skin that comes off mm-hmm. and you can skim that off. But there is a, there's a lot to think about. I'm not an expert in everything. I don't eat beans myself, even though I love them, but I, my body doesn't.

Melissa:

So it's important to know our bodies and what we tolerate well and what

Dr. Ynge:

we tell. Yes. If we could just tone in and, and, um, see, do we get bloated after eating? Do we get stomach cramps? Are we constipated? Or the other loose stool? There are lots of signs really. And uh, bloating is one of them. That's a big one.

Melissa:

So all of this brings us back to the allergy kit. So when we get the allergy kit, and they're a few different ones that

Dr. Ynge:

you mentioned? Yeah, but they all have the first seven ones in them.

Melissa:

Okay, so how do we use that? Do we, You mentioned there's laser there. Yes, There

Dr. Ynge:

is the laser and you take the vi every, um, heat also has a stress valve, which can be used separately too if you have stress and um, and you use, um, Q-tip, you just lightly leak on the qip because you don't want to contaminate the vis mm-hmm. And you put them in your belly button. The Q-tip. The Q-tip and the, And the vis. Yes. And the reason is that whatever goes on in our body is in our, the liva. It's like an laboratory. Mm-hmm. Checking everything going on, what's going on. And the better button is the center of the digestive system. So it's like a snapshot. It's like helping the body know what to do with this information. And then you take the laser, I take this has, I did. Yes it does. So you take the laser and you shine them through, uh, you put them over the, the belly button. I'm not going to show you mine And you shine it through for 30 seconds. Then you go over your. Seven times. So you start at the third eye and go just over the neck and the neck, the, the head and the neck. Seven times you go over the ears for seven seconds. The other ear for second seconds because the ear in Chinese medicine is like an upside down fetus. So this is the hand, this is the lab. So you can figure out everyth. Every organ, every lame, everything that's on the ear. So by treating the ear, you treat the whole body and then you go back to the, to the belly button again for 30 seconds and you repeat it. So you do the belly button three times, the head and the ears two times, and then we do something called the four gates afterwards. Which is hetero knows you're familiar with the, uh, points. This is the vaginal testing for,

Melissa:

so the point between the, is the between your thumb and your hand.

Dr. Ynge:

If you press that, it will probably be sore. And then you go to the corresponding on the left foot between the big toe and the second toe. That's called liver three. Mm-hmm. you do the left. The right side and you end up on the left side, so you kind of close the circuit. This is to avoid, it's just to these points. They, they balance the upper, the lower, the inner and the outer in Chinese medicine. So it is also to avoid having any kind of reaction if you're very sensitive. I, I, I always recommend that you do it with a surrogate and you, so you do the whole treatment on your. You have the sali on the person who is being treated, and you are just a physical contact that the, the person being treated holds a hand on you, for example. And you have the intention this treatment is intending for mm-hmm. whatever his name is. And then you treat yourself

Melissa:

when we are able to suspend what we know and what we have. Taught our whole lives and to try something new. Amazing things can happen. We are embodied spirits and we are energy. If we go back to our earliest science classes, matter and energy are the same things, just in a different form. They're not created or destroyed. They're just merely transmitted. If you're energy, you can convert it to matter and vice versa. So it does make a lot of sense to me that energy treatments would have a lot of power and effect on the matter. The mass that is our bodies

Dr. Ynge:

and our innate knows everything really. It's just we live in this world of, of information that is bombard, bombarding us and, and it's all outside. It's, we forget to go. We'll forget to ask our bodies what it needs and, and talk to our body. Some, some tradition. I don't know what to call it, but some people, and I do that also. I go to bed and I thank my organs for doing what they're doing. We are very ungrateful, really

Melissa:

you know, you're right. Gratitude is a life-changing mindset.

Dr. Ynge:

It. Yes it is.

Melissa:

Well, my mind is reeling and I have at the same time no questions and a thousand questions if that makes any sense. I don't have one that I can articulate in the moment, but I do have several that are brewing under the surface, and I would love to have you back again sometime and explore some of these topics a little

further.

Dr. Ynge:

I would love to come back,

Melissa:

So to get the allergy kit, the link is in the show notes. So make sure whether you're watching on YouTube or you're listening on your favorite podcast app, check out the description in the show notes, click the link and check out the allergy kit.

Dr. Ynge:

I also have, I also have a masterclass coming up and it should be, I don't know if it's quite there yet, but it should be under dr inga.com. It's d R Y N G e.com. It is $17 because if you don't pay, you don't sign up. You sign up, but you don't show up, right?

Melissa:

So have and skin in the game to get.

Dr. Ynge:

Exactly, but you can also download a freegift there and, um, well look around there too. Dr inga.com. D r y n g.com.

Melissa:

And again, this link is also in the show notes, so make sure you check these out. And send me your questions. Let us know what thoughts came up for you today, and we will have another, another visit from Dr. Inga Young. Thank you so much for showing us a whole new world that was right with us this whole time that we didn't have the eyes to see. Thank

Dr. Ynge:

you.

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