I sincerely agree with the forum leader’s perspective on a cholinergic urticaria foundation or charity. How much money is poured into heart disease, cancer and diabetes research when we already know that lifestyle changes can bring cessation to the vast majority who suffer with these sicknesses?
Each sufferer of cholinergic urticaria has to take responsibility for their own salvation, and we owe a great debt of gratitude to the founder of this forum for providing a path that will also work for the vast majority of us. Throwing money at the problem has to date not created a universal cure, and it can not because of the very nature of this uncomfortable and distressing syndrome.
We need to keep focused on what has worked and how to enable those who suffer with the awareness to pursue a regimen that can work. Donating a few dollars to those who have not experienced the illness is bound to be a waste, not just of money but of all the suffering for all the years we wait for others to solve our problem without looking at the things in our life that continue to irritate our immune system and our sense of well being.
Many thanks to Ben for leading us to a place for answers and sharing. And if we want to contribute to the cause then I suggest investing in your own knowledge base. Watch the videos on YouTube. They are free, and if you want to assist the author who has donated so much time and thoughtfulness toward alleviating suffering then buy the book on Amazon. I just ordered a kindle copy. Best investment I ever made.
And since this forum is moderated by the author I hope he will accept this post and my sincerest thanks and not view this as some type of advertisement as unsuitable for the forum. I think we all want to encourage what WORKS to ease other’s suffering. We are all in it together.