A couple of days ago I gave my wife a new supplement, standardized black cohosh, to see if it would help minimize (or eliminate) the few hot flashes she's been getting. I had her take her supplements in the morning, then we went out to do some shopping.
About two hours later, while scratching her arm, she asked me if I gave her anything new. I said yes and told what it was, and why. She replied that she's been itching like crazy for about an hour and asked if she could be allergic to the new supplement.
Of course the answer is "yes." In fact, I should have known better. We've known each other for 20 years and over that time span she's had definite and clear reactions to supplements I've given her.
So, when we got home, I had her lie on our portable adjusting table, checked her leg length (always short on the right), then put the bottle of suspicious supplements in her hand. Her right leg went almost another half-inch shorter.
I performed the treatment, gave her an adjustment since she was on the table, and had her hold the bottle for 15 minutes.
The itching actually got worse for about an hour, then suddenly and completely disappeared.
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