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Symptoms of salicylate sensitivity...

Itchy skin, hives or Rashes 8
Stomach pain/upset stomach 7
Asthma 7
Headaches 6
Swelling of hands and feet 5
Breathing difficulties 5
Bed Wetting 5
Mouth Ulcers or raw hot red rash around mouth 5
Persistent cough 5
Frequent need to urinate/urgency to pass water 5
Wheezing 4
Changes in skin color/skin discoloration 4
Swelling of eyelids, face and lips 4
Fatigue 4
Sore, itchy, puffy or burning eyes 4
Watering eyes 4
Anaphylaxis (this is very rare, but deadly) 3
Sinusitis 3
Diarrhea 2
Nausea 2
Chronic sweating or no sweating 2
Aching Muscles and joints 2
Congestion 2
Nasal polyps 2
Chest pains
Ringing in the ears
Low platelet count
Acne
Addictions
Arthritis
Athlete’s foot
Bad Breath
Blackouts
Bloating
Blood sugar problems
Blurred vision
Breast pain
Catarrh
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Coated tongue
Colitis
Constant Hunger
Constipation
Crawling sensation on skin
Difficulty in Swallowing
Dizziness
Eczema
Excessive thirst
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Itching
Itchy and red ears
Joint Pain, stiffness and swelling
Lethargy
Menstrual problems
Metallic taste
Migraine
Cramps
Muscle tremors
Muscle weakness
Nasal Congestion
Palpitations
Poor balance
Post-nasal drip
Pre-menstrual problems
Racing pulse
Recurring ear infections
Restless legs syndrome
Sensitivity to light and noise
Feeling drained
Flushes
Food cravings
Gall bladder problems
Gritty feeling in eyes
Heavy body odor
High/low blood pressure
Indigestion – recurring
Insomnia
Sleep disturbances
Sore tongue
Stiff neck
Styes
Temperature fluctuation
Thrust
Tics
Tinnitus
Urticaria
Vertigo
Weight problems
Mental and Behavior Symptoms:
Hyperactivity 6
Memory loss 5
Poor concentration 5
Cognitive and perceptual disorders 3
Depression 2
ADD 2
Irritability 2
Central Nervous system depression
Accident prone
Anxiety
Anger for no apparent reason
Behavioral problems
Blankness
Brain fogging
Changes in handwriting
Clumsiness
Confusion
Delusions
Detached or unreal feeling
Difficulty waking up
Disorientation
Dyslexia
Feeling of dissociation
Fidgetting
Hallucinations
Hearing without comprehension
Inability to think clearly
Indifference
Math and spelling errors
Mental exhaustion
Mood swings
Panic attacks
Phobias
Poor self image
Poor memory
Reading problems
Restlessness
Slow processing information
Slurred speech
Stammering
Suicidal feelings
Tenseness
Uncontrollable rage
Weepiness
Withdrawn
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How many of these symptoms do you experience?
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90, but varies with salicylate intake in type and severity. I have also had many anaphylactoid incidents (verified by sleep study). The neurological symptoms are the worst aspect though.
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Why is "I do so like green eggs and ham. Thank you, thank you. Sam I am." your footer signature? Is this profound in your mind?

I have to ask because normally I can see the reasons people do things even if I don't agree with them, but this escapes my wildest imagination.
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What can I say... child of the 70's. Dr. Seuss was popular :D . A good memory for me.
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@RRM. The classic core symptoms of phenol/salicylate reactions are:

*Emotional extremes, such as euphoria or “Slap Happy”, followed by depression
*Dark circles under the eyes
*Red face/ears
*Diarrhea
*Headache
*Trouble falling asleep at night, night waking, and insomnia
*Fatigue and lethargy
*Irritability
*Night Sweats
*Aggression (much more common with children as well as phenols made with petroleum)
*Self-injury (head banging, hitting, or other self-injury)
*Hyperactivity is more common in children’s reactions where as adults generally experience
symptoms similar to chronic fatigue.

The other list is obviously more comprehensive, but I get experience the above symptoms in spades (except for self-injury, though I'll sometime strike out physically at inanimate objects when I "lose it"). The night sweats suck and my pillow generally smells horrible in the morning as the skin becomes the default detox outlet. I know when I've overdone it on phenols/sals as I'll get a sudden, high-pitched ringing in my ear and my eyes will burn and feel gritty/puffy, then it's just a matter of time till the next reaction ensues.
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There's a possible unexpected benefit of a warrior-style (Wai or not) diet, I think: improved tolerance for cold weather.
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Maybe you heard about Wim Hof, "the iceman"?
It seems that his tolerance for low temps (constant body temp when exposed to extreme cold) comes from a big increase in brown fat and a 300% increase in metabolic activity.
Im guessing that the latter includes autophagy (which he calls "positiveren"; the cleaning up of redundant / damaged cell particles)..
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Haven't. Am familiar with brown fat, but also familiar with human amylase gene evolution. Enjoying success with large potato/carrot mash (no skin...saponins) meals in the evening. Say... 3Lbs baked potato (ohhh fire), 1.5Lbs carrots, 1/4 cup fat (OO?). Realized the other day that I was eating baby food for dinner :D . No problems ingesting such a large volume of low-insoluble-fibre carbs. Not sure of the optimum fat ratio or source (can't project into the past reality of hunter-gatherers to the point where fat-source is definitive in my mind). Too early to predict long-term results, but short-term success has been encouraging. Let's call it paleo-vegan for now...
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