Peanuts Allergy Symptoms and Cure: Boiled and Roasted Peanut Allergies

Peanut Allergic Reaction Cure

Peanut allergy is very common in children and adults. The symptoms of peanut allergy can be mild to moderate, but many times these symptoms turn to be life threatening.

Peanut is very rich source of protein. It is this protein which gives rise to peanut allergy. When your immune system recognizes the peanut protein as harmful to your body, (which is not in normal individual) it releases histamine to defend your body. This histamine gives rise to peanut allergy symptoms.

Boiled, Roasted Peanuts Allergies Signs

Following are the symptoms of boiled and roasted peanut allergy in children and adults

  • Skin rash and hives.
  • Itching
  • Swelling in throat.
  • Hoarseness of voice
  • Tingling in mouth and tongue.
  • Angioedema of face, lips and eyes.
  • Breathing difficulty
  • Asthma attack.
  • Running nose
  • Diarrhea
  • Vomiting.
  • Pain in stomach
  • Anaphylaxis reaction: this is a life threatening reaction after eating peanut. Pulse is rapid, low blood pressure, perspiration, dyspnea, wheezing, vomiting and losing consciousness.

Few allergists are of opinion that when peanuts are roasted, it alters the protein structure which gives rise to peanut allergies symptoms. Whereas it is not so if peanuts are boiled.

Treatment for Peanuts Allergy

  • Children overcome peanut allergy as they grow.
  • The best way to prevent peanut allergy is to avoid eating peanuts and peanut products when you know that you are allergic to peanut.
  • If there is mild to moderate peanut allergy symptoms, your doctor may prescribe antihistamine and other life saving drugs in case of anaphylaxis reaction.