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Herbal and Natural Treatment of Asthma

Asthma is another case wherein the patient is more benefitted by "more educating and less medicating." All that is needed is to rebuild the lungs and the bronchial tissues so that they decongest themselves. Only natural cure holds the guarantee to effect the change. The first thing to do is to identify and isolate the underlying cause. The next step is to stop making a "mucous factory" out of the body by minimizing the intake of mucus forming foods, especially cow’s milk.

TREATMENT.  Asthma is another case wherein the patient is more benefited by “more educating and less medicating.” All that is needed  is to rebuild the lungs and the bronchial tissues so that they decongest themselves.  Only natural cure holds the guarantee to effect the change.  The first thing to do is to identify and isolate the underlying cause.  The next step is to stop making a “mucous factory” out of the body by minimizing the intake of mucus forming foods, especially cow’s milk. And through the use of the simple remedies found in nature, like herbs, and water,  the body is to be assisted in expelling irritants and in rebuilding worn-out lung and bronchial tissues.

Sources of allergy include house pets, carpets, linoleum, curtains and other dust catchers.  In many cases, a change of residence from polluted or damp atmosphere to places near the seashore is able to effect a cure.  Breathing the air around pine trees has been observed to have a healing effect, too.  Primary infections like tonsillitis, sinusitis, laryngitis, etc.  must be cleared first, as any of them may be the underlying cause.

DURING AN ATTACK

Relief will only be brought about after decongesting the bronchial passages through large expectoration of mucus.  If the attack comes immediately after a heavy meal, it may be necessary to induce vomiting to clear the stomach and the food passages.  Let the patient drink a warm glass of water with a little salt in it, then instruct him to introduce a finger far back into the throat to induce vomiting.  This will bring about relief.  To relieve breathing, immerse the feet in hot water, as hot as can be taken, and apply a cold fomentation to the chest and abdomen.  Never station a patient in a room where the windows are closed or where the ventilation is poor.

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  1. Thanks for bringing up this important life-saving information.

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