A Natural Remedy for Asthma Treatment
Our Asthmatreatment protocol below is a general overview, we always recommend booking a consultation face to face or if this is not possible then a consultation over the phone is also available.
Asthma are one of the conditions our clients commonly come to us with. Asthma has sadly become a common problem with our clients in the last few decades with a noticeable increase in clients contacting us. Whilst we do not have a known cure we do have treatments that help manage the condition and symptoms without a significant impact on your life.
As with most conditions we treat the severity of symptoms varies from person to person. They usually come and go, however for some people they’re more persistent.
Asthma is a disease in which air passage in lungs gets inflamed resulting in improper breathing, chest congestion, inflammation and coughing. Asthma can be mild, moderate or severe, depending upon the frequency of the inflammation of the air path. Today, six out of every 110 people are suffering from this chronic (long lasting) disease. Children are more likely to suffer this disorder than adults. Those with no family history of asthmatic condition can also suffer from it.
Asthma is a result of contractions or inflammation in air path/lungs. The contracted airways prevent air to pass through lungs and thus results in cough, congested chest, thick mucus and difficulty in normal breathing.
There is still a debate for considering asthma a hereditary disease although it is also found in people with no such family history.
Inflammation and contraction are not the only reasons; asthma is also caused due to triggering factors that stimulates an immune response within the airways. Typically we find clients telling us the following triggers;
- Smell of tobacco,
- Skin of animals or dandruff
- Strong fragrance,
- Strong medicine
- Food Allergy
- Drink Allergy
- Cold water
When triggers enter into the breathing system, the lungs contract and also form thick mucus that prevent further contraction. Rigorous exercise also causes asthma in some people.
Mild exercise on the other hand is good for asthmatic patients, it is advised that the patient should use inhaler before starting the exercise.
Different symptoms present themselves in different patients to varying degrees of severity. Patients with minor or moderate asthma can also get these attacks occasionally. However, patients suffering from severe asthma may get asthmatic attacks at anytime and finds difficulty in sleeping, talking, and movement.
Diet for Asthma;
It is advised to try to abstain from food for a few days – living on the bellow;
- Drink at least 8-10 glasses of water per day
- Eat more fruits, sprouts, leafy vegetables, pulses and lemon juice, etc. especially during severe attacks
- Avoid junk, fried, fatty, oily and spicy foods
- Avoid milk products, egg, caffeine, chocolates, shop bought ‘long life’ cakes, white (refined) sugar
- Honey to milk, lukewarm water or in lemon water.
Honey to milk not only detoxifies your body, assimilate harmful chemicals, soften the mucus (and also prevent further formation of thick mucus by strengthening pulmonary tissues) and thus enhance breathing process, nurtures your skin.
The idea behind such dietary changes is to avoid foods that aggravate ones asthma. Asthma sufferers should not overeat and should also eat food slowly, chewing it properly. This will help in proper digestion and prevent inflammation and other stomach and lung-related problems such as reflux, thick mucus formation, difficulty in breath in and breath out.
According to traditional knowledge for natural remedies we recommend a treatment for the duration of 40 days (6 weeks).
Please see table below as a guide for Asthma we have developed from customer feedback over the last 25 years.
|Mercy Oil (Black Seed)|
|Inhale Oil (Black Seed, Eucalyptus, Peppermint)|
|Rosemary Oil (Wild Rosemary)|
6 Week Treatment Package for Asthma