Best Asthma Treatments

 

 

best asthma treatments
Asthma attacks can be painful, and uncomfortable.

Learning the best asthma treatments can be the difference between a poor quality of life, and a good one.

If you have asthma or if you know someone who does, I don’t have to tell you how painful, uncomfortable, troublesome, and limiting it can be.

In addition to asthma, other breathing problems can be helped with the information to follow.

These other breathing issues include COPD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, bronchitis, phlegm or mucuos buildup, and a persistent or ongoing cough.

I will explain what asthma is, the possible causes of asthma, what triggers asthma, foods that help asthma, the importance of digestion for asthma, and effective treatments and behaviors for asthma.

What is asthma?

Asthma is a chronic disease of the lungs that narrows and causes swelling, and inflammation in your airways, which makes it more difficult to move air in and out of the lungs.

Normally asthma is a temporary condition, but can reappear when certain triggers bring it on.

Asthma symptoms include a dry cough, difficulty breathing, chest tightness or pain, wheezing, coughing late at night, and shortness of breath.

Possible causes of asthma

Asthma is usually initiated in childhood from a respiratory viral infection.

A respiratory viral infection. Most commonly originated in childhood is often blamed for initiating asthma.

IGe or Immunoglobulin E, which is a protein that causes allergic reactions that is found in people with asthma, and other allergies.

A compromised mineral metabolism.

Large intestine toxicity.

Liver toxicity or other issues with liver.

Inability to digest food properly.

Weak adrenal glands.

Weak kidneys.

Toxic colon.

Asthma triggers

Dog and cat dander are two of many asthma triggers.

The condition of asthma is often triggered by certain allergens like mildew, an infection, a fungus, dog and cat dander, tree and grass pollens, dust mites, certain foods, pollution, exercise, cold air, and cockroaches.

Foods that Help Asthma

There are many foods that can help asthma. Eating these foods may help prevent asthma, may relieve some or all of the symptoms, and may even reverse a particular bout of asthma.

Bananas  Bananas are rich in pyrodoxine, vitamin B6. Pyrodoxine has been shown in studies to significantly reduce the intensity, and severity of asthma attacks.

Apples Apples are packed with flavonoids, and phenolic acid which help relax bronchial passages, and help reduce inflammation.

Flaxseed  Flaxseed is high in potassium, omega-3 fatty acids, selenium, and magnesium. which benefit asthma sufferers with strong anti-inflammatory properties.

Avocado  Avocado is loaded with glutathione that can dramatically improve asthma symptoms. It also contains omega-3 fatty acids, and vitamin E that can reduce inflammation, and prevent allergic responses.

Carrots  Carrots, due to their powerful payload of beta-carotene, converted in the body to vitamin A, are particularly effective against exercise triggered asthma. This immune boosting process helps to prevent asthma attacks.

Spinach  Spinach is a great source of magnesium which has been shown to be lacking in many patients with asthma.

Best asthma treatments
Garlic helps asthma by blocking inflammation.

Garlic Garlic eaten regularly can help with asthma as it blocks the enzyme that brings about inflammation.

Asthma and digestion

In TCM or Traditional Chinese Medicine, a Chinese health regimen that has been the primary medical practice for over 6000 years, the lung reflects the condition of the large intestine.

Since the large intestine plays a lead role in digestion, breathing issues such as asthma can often be traced back to a problem with the large intestine.

Digestive issues can usually be blamed on inadequate levels of hydrochloric acid or HCL, as well as lower levels of digestive enzymes which often go hand in hand.

Best asthma treatments
Fixing digestion can be a huge help with asthma.

HCL helps kill pathogens in our food, as well as allows for proper assimilation of our food to the cells of the body including the lungs.

Digestive enzymes help catalzye the digestive process allowing for optimum nutrients to be absorbed by our cells.

So, by reestablishing healthy levels of HCL, and digestive enzymes, lung function can be improved, and asthma can be alleviated.  The best way to reestablish HCL levels is by supplementing with Betaine Hydrochloride from sugar beets, and with a Potassium Activator.

Also adding a sun dried sea salt to your meals can help with improving HCL, and improving digestion. Eating fermented foods such as kefir, and miso, and adding a probiotic can also improve digestion.

Best asthma treatments

Other important behaviors and treatments that can help asthma include:

Best asthma treatments
Removing junk food from the diet can help asthma.

Removing junk food and dairy from the diet. Dairy is known to create mucous, and mucous can line the bronchial passages, narrowing the vital airways needed to breathe.

Avoid processed, refined, chemical laden, artificial ingredient foods, and cooked foods to the extent possible.  Implement a raw, organic, plant based diet.

Sleeping 5 straight, uninterrupted hours per night to help adrenals, and to hold moisture in the colon.

Adding calcium, magnesium, potassium, and other minerals to the diet. Since asthma is an issue with mineral metabolism, adding alkalizing minerals will improve this condition.

These minerals will also improve the overall health of the body by providing a whole body detoxifying effect. The best, most effective alkaline minerals are Okinawan Sango Marine Coral Calcium.

Vitamin D3 is important as it provides the needed foundation for the body to absorb and assimilate minerals. Vitamin D3 also provides an immune boosting effect.

Introduce anti-oxidants either in the diet or in supplemental form.

Detoxing the liver with organic coffee enemas that include anti-infective herbs. Twice per week for at least 12 weeks.

Taking allicidin to break possible infections that live in biofilms in the lungs. (If a condition persists, think infection.)

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Best to avoid cold air as it can bring on symptoms of asthma.

Avoid cold air. Living in cold climates, or working in cold conditions should be avoided, ideally.

Avoid cities, towns, and other areas with low air quality. Pollution from automobiles, power plants, oil distilleries, etc. can adversely affect air quality, and can exacerbate asthma symptoms.

Avoid strenuous exercise of any type. Mild to moderate exercise may be acceptable depending on the severity of the asthma, but be careful to not over exert yourself.

To begin to heal the lungs, utilize herbs that improve and rebuild cell membranes, boost the circulatory system, support collagen, and support the body’s protein and enzyme systems.

Some drugs and inhalers can provide relief for asthma sufferers by dilating and relaxing the bronchial passages. These methods however only treat symptoms, and provide temporary relief, yet do not address the underlying causes of asthma.

 

 You can defeat asthma

Best asthma treatments
Asthma can be defeated if you use the right strategy.

Asthma is a chronic disease of the lungs that narrows and causes swelling, and inflammation in your airways, which makes it more difficult to breathe.

Symptoms include a dry cough, difficulty breathing, chest tightness or pain, wheezing, coughing late at night, and shortness of breath.

There are many possible causes of asthma. It is believed that most asthma cases are initiated by an infection in the lungs during childhood.

Asthma can be triggered or brought on by certain allergens like mildew, an infection, a fungus, dog and cat dander, tree and grass pollens, dust mites, certain foods, pollution, exercise, cold air, and cockroaches.

Certain foods can help asthma. These include apples, bananas, avocados, flaxseed, spinach, carrots, and garlic.  Digestion is often a key component of asthma.

Increasing HCL, or hydrochloric acid levels, and digestive enzyme levels can have a profound effect on asthma.

There are many effective treatments and behaviors for asthma.  These include adding aspects, as well as limiting behaviors, such as eliminating junk food and dairy from the diet, eating a plant based diet, and sleeping a minimum of 5 straight, uninterrupted hours per night.

Some drugs and inhalers can provide relief for asthma sufferers by dilating and relaxing the bronchial passages. These methods however only treat symptoms, and provide temporary relief, yet do not address the underlying causes of asthma.

The best asthma treatments address the underlying causes as well as treating the symptoms.

I hope that this information on best asthma treatments proves useful to you or others you may know that suffer with asthma.

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I will reply to you directly. Thank you for reading.

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4 thoughts on “Best Asthma Treatments”

  1. Tom – thank you so much for providing this valuable information on asthma treatments. I personally don’t have asthma, but I know others who do and this information can definitely be very helpful for them. I appreciate the info on what asthma is and the foods (God’s Farmacy) that can help with the conditions associated with this. Thanks so much Tom!

    1. Hi LT, thank you for your comments. Yes, that is my intention, to provide useful, helpful information for those with asthma. Take care, Tom

  2. Your post is very thorough and something that many people who have asthma should read. I don’t have it and I have a background in the medical community and even I learned some about what you wrote here. Awesome job also for including Chinese medicine into your article, I look to the Asian medical systems a lot even in my person life.

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