Actually I think the drops my osteopath uses contain all common food allergy triggers. The idea is to build up a tolerance to them slowly over time by being exposed to higher concentrations, as has been proven to work with other types of allergies (grass,weeds,pets).
Hmm. I question this method because food allergies on a more serious note, can cause chronic damage, and are a little different than airborne allergens. If someone is diagnosed with celiac disease, we do not tell them to fight their symptoms and intolerance to wheat by consuming more of it.
What i've researched is how the mucus barrier in the intestines can become damaged over time (from a number of things: stress, improper diet, unhealthy lifestyle factors) which causes a tear in the mucosa, leading to a leak of all sorts of undigested material, moving about
the bloodstream and thus signaling WBC to sound the alarm, creating a food allergy. Don't quote me on this, I may not have gotten this all right, but this is just one example from what I've learned...
In your case, maybe it works?
Orchids, IMO metametrix is great! It worked for me, I did the Complete GI profile, and I'd like to do the food allergy testing and GI profile again this summer. Might have missed something, as the only symptoms I'm dealing with is distention in my abdominals, and light gas. Good luck to you and your daughter and thanks for sharing.