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Histidine

Production
Histamine is produced through the decarboxylation of the amino acid histidine. This is done using catalysts called enzymes. Once the enzyme reacts on the histadine, a chemical reaction occurs causing the histadine to lose its carbon-dioxide-forming histamine.

Histamine is a neurotransmitter and amine used in your body to keep it balanced and healthy. Unfortunately, sometimes histamine levels can become too high, causing the symptoms seen with allergies, or too low, causing serious problems such as anaphylactic shock.

Once histamine has been formed, it is either stored or used. When stored, histamine is usually placed in cells called mast cells or in white blood cells called basophils. Histamine is usually stored in areas prone to infection or injury for quick release when needed.*

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