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To give you an unhelpful definition used by biologists: Histamine is an endogenous compound that reacts poorly with H1 and H2 receptors.
The father of Christian archaeology was the great Italian Giovanni Battista di Rossi (1822-1894).
During his life, and largely because of his work, the piles of ruins scattered around Rome went from become curiosities for antiquarians to objects of serious archaeological inquiry.
More specifically, symptoms include headaches, nausea, abdominal cramps, vomiting, diarrhea, hypotension, facial flushing, rash, edema and localized inflammation.
If you experience one of these effects, there's a small chance that you are allergic to histamine.
Before I go into detail, let's get to the good news: Not all wines contain high levels of histamine.
The humorous pontiff feigned little interest in the project, told Di Rossi he must be imagining things, and led him on to believe he would not support the project.
What this means is that histamine causes adverse effects in the areas of the body where H1 and H2 receptors are located, particularly the head and the stomach.