There are a number of fish products that contain fish, but not all of them are safe to eat.
Here are some of the most popular ones.
Fish Thrapie A fish thrapie is a large, soft-cooked fish, usually caught in the eastern Pacific Ocean.
They’re often cooked in water and eaten raw or in a salad.
The fish is often smoked and sometimes has other additives.
They can contain toxic chemicals like benzene and isopropyl alcohol.
A few people have reported allergic reactions when eating the fish.
Fish Somatosensary Therapy A fish somatosenary therapy, or FST, is a therapeutic treatment that involves placing a small amount of fish in the nose of a person with a fish allergy.
This treatment can cause the fish to go away and can help prevent fish allergies.
Fish Therapy Fish Therapy is an experimental treatment that combines a fish thrapeys and an enzyme that helps the fish digest and absorb the fish protein.
Fish therapy is also used to treat other allergies like hay fever, food poisoning and a skin condition called eczema.
They have been available in Australia for some time and can be found in grocery stores and fish markets.
Fish thrapies are also available in some states and can often be found as snacks and in the supermarket.
Fish Therapies are not suitable for pregnant women.
The Australian Food Standards Agency says the fish therapy can cause allergic reactions.
FST products are usually cooked in a special oil that is made from a fish-derived ingredient called the flake and can contain traces of benzene, isopropanone, and xanthan gum.
Fish allergy testing can take several weeks.
It is important to check with your doctor before starting the treatment.
Fish therapies are not recommended for pregnant people because they may cause an allergic reaction.
There are other fish therapy products, such as fish therapy gel and fish therapy capsules, but these are not approved for use in Australia.
For more information about fish therapy, read our fish allergy guide.