Asthma/ Bronchitis/ Hay Fever/ Respiratory System


Lower_respiratory

 

Asthma is caused by the spasms in the smooth muscles surrounding the bronchi and bronchi-oles (small airways in the lungs), causing the passageways to partially close. The spasms are accompanied with increased mucus which clogs the bronchi-oles/bronchi and worsens the attack. It is triggered by an allergic response and the immune system produces histamine; thus, any type of allergen can precipitate an asthma attack. It results in difficulty breathing (especially exhalation), coughing, wheezing, and a tight chest. This above condition is specifically known as bronchial asthma. Cardiac asthma is the result of a heart malfunction.

The respiratory system consists of the lungs and a series of associated passageways leading into and out of them. The upper respiratory system includes the nose, throat and associated structures. The lower respiratory system includes the larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs. The term “respiration” refers to the overall exchange of gases between the atmosphere, blood and cells. The cardiovascular system transports the gases in the blood between the lungs and the cells. Functions include: to supply oxygen eliminate carbon dioxide help regulate the acid-base balance of the body. Increase nutrition, detoxify and strengthen the body then asthma will leave.
 

Suggested Products:
Liquids may be combined together as needed. You don’t have to use everything, however there are many remedies to choose from.

Begin and end your day with a gargle:
4576 Colloidal Silver Generator make your own! Save BIG(Instead of $60 per 32 oz.  – 25 cents per 32 oz.) . Colloidal silver water is a safe and powerful antibiotic. Drink 64 oz. per day for 10 days
or until bacterial, fungal, or virus and other infectious diseases are gone. Then take Acidophilus Powder, Non-Dairy 1/2 tsp daily every day.

Next a warm cup of:
4130 Cat’s Claw Tea Spice Flavor (also available in Plain flavor) 1 cup – 2 hours before breakfast, 2 hours after lunch, and 2 hours after dinner.

Add some or all (start with one and keep adding if needed) of the following extract/tinctures into the tea:
1078 CAC LIQUID 1 Tablespoon 2x day or Truman’s CAC Tea for Constipation 1/4 cup to 3 cups daily decrease over time to occasional use –(as needed to keep bowel movements very soft).

Support : Add herbs to your cups of tea. Try those drops that relate to your symptoms. All may be mixed and  added to tea., taken under the tongue, or added to a beverage.

6 to 30 drops of 1378 Respiratory FormulaActs as an expectorant to help release mucus and congestion; clearing to the respiratory system. 6-12 drops or more 3 times or more per day. Contains the following herbs: Wild Cherry, Mullein, Golden Seal Root, Slippery Elm, Coltsfoot Leaf, Comfrey Leaf, Marshmallow Root, Lobelia, Cayenne.

6 to 24 drops of 1111 Congestion Formula.-helps to loosen the mucus in the chest and elicits a more productive cough. 6-12 drops or more as needed. Contains the following herbs: Garlic, Bayberry, Mullein, Blood Root, Cayenne, Lobelia.

#2277  Good C: 4 – 2 times daily You need vitamin C for the growth and repair of tissues in all parts of your body. It helps the body make collagen, an important protein used to make skin, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, and blood vessels. Vitamin C is needed for healing wounds, and for repairing and maintaining bones and teeth.

6 to 30 drops of 1051 Asthma Formula.-For acute asthma attacks. Use for bronchitis, croup and emphysema. Helps relieve sinus and lung congestion. Soothes inflamed tissues and allows free breathing. Loosens coughs and sinus congestion

 
 
Helps clear the lungs and sinuses of congested matter. Use for allergies, bronchitis, congestion, lung problems, pleurisy, pneumonia, quinsy, respiratory problems, sinusitis, and hoarseness.
 
MORE help to build respiratory system for good health:
1/4 tsp of  #4675 Acidophilus powder-The normal, healthy colon contains friendly bacteria (85% lactobacillus and 15% coli form bacteria). It is the friendly bacterial flora found in yogurt and is essential to the digestive system. When these bacteria are not in balance, then the person may experience bloating, flatulence, constipation, and malabsorption of nutrients, all of which may lead to Candida. Acidophilus taken as a dietary supplement may help to detoxify and to rebuild a balanced intestinal flora. It is used to defend against Candida. Acidophilus aids the digestion and helps to replace the friendly intestinal flora.

2-4 capsules of #2158 Colostrum – Colostrum is a very concentrated immune system builder. It is a mammary secretion produced just prior to birth and it is released into the mother’s milk right after birth. It contains protective antibodies and many nutrients. For the newborn babies, colostrum helps to protect from infection, for the digestive system and stomach to mature, and signals the brain centers that function with digestion.

#4815 MSM (Methl Sulfonyl Methane) 1/4 tsp  4-6 x day to 1 tbls 3 x day with food.

To Pineapple or blender Drink add the following:
#4845 Super Veggie Powder 1/2 tsp (take again in evening, can be added to foods) or if you cant stand the taste take the capsules (between 4-6).

#4837 Fiber w/Bentonite Clay 1 tsp to 2 Tbs (as needed, to keep bowel movements thick).

#4685 Bentonite Clay (montmorillonite clay -detoxifier) 1 tsp – use until gone, then 4 times per year. Internally, the negatively charged particles of the clay attract the positively charged toxins and carry them out of the body. The clay also supplies essential trace minerals.

Vitamins and Minerals:
#2302 intraMAX®

Product Description

intraMAX® is an all-in-one liquid dietary ORGANIC supplement. This great-tasting natural formula contains over 415 essential ingredients derived from whole food sources such as fruits, vegetables, and herbs.

415+ ORGANIC Ingredients:

71 Organically-bound Trace Minerals
(full spectrum; plant-derived)
100% Carbon-bond Organic®
Essential Fatty Acids
Organic Electrolytes
Super Green Foods
Digestive Enzymes
Seeds and Sprouts
Vitamin Sources
Macro Minerals
Protein Minerals
Essential Sugars
Bioflavonoids
Antioxidants
Essential Oils
Amino Acids
Carotenoids
Vegetables

Fulvic Acid

Aloe Vera

Probiotics

Fibers
Fruits
Herbs
Silver
Noni
(Peach Mango Flavor)
 

Ingredients:

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 fl. oz. (30 ml – 1 Cap full or 2 Tablespoons) 1/2 cap full AM & PM

Servings Per Container: 33 oz.

#2227 Everyday Liquid Sunshine – Vitamin D3 Drops
In a separate study, researchers from Belgium revealed data showing that vitamin D deficiency is common among patients with COPD and supplements of the vitamin may significantly help patients with the breath-robbing disease.
“Our study shows that high doses of vitamin D supplementation on top of a standard rehabilitation program improve the outcome in terms of exercise capacity and respiratory muscle strength,” Miek Hornikx, physiotherapist and doctoral studentin the department of pneumology at the Katholieke University in Leuven, Belgium, said in a press statement.
“Low levels of vitamin D in the blood have been related with muscle weakness, a major target for respiratory rehabilitation and increased risk of falls,” she added. “Since vitamin D is often depleted in patients with COPD, we wanted to see if vitamin D supplementation would have a beneficial effect on rehabilitation among these patients, perhaps by increasing muscle strength.”
The research team studied 50 COPD patients with a history of exacerbations who had been referred for rehabilitation and randomly assigned them to receive either a monthly dose of vitamin D or placebo. Patients receiving vitamin D were given 100,000 IUs (international units) in a monthly dose (far above U.S. recommended daily allowance of 600 daily IUS of vitamin D).
All the research subjects participated in a pulmonary rehabilitation program for three months. Both at the beginning of the rehabilitation and when it concluded, the scientists measured peripheral and respiratory muscle strength, exercise capacity and vitamin D levels. The results? The patients treated with vitamin D had significant improvement in exercise capacity and respiratory muscle strength compared to those in the placebo group.

“These results support the idea that correcting vitamin D deficiency by adding vitamin D supplements to training programs allows COPD patients to achieve better results from rehabilitation, including improvements in muscle strength and exercise capacity,” Ms. Hornikx said.

#2080 B-GOOD COMPLEX 100 mg @ am and pm.
#2626 Vitamin A 10,000 USP units – @ 1 times a day
#2283 Grape Seed Extract 100 mg – 2 @ 2 times a day.
#2261 Garlic, Odorless – 2 capsules, 3 times a day.
#2571 Shark Cartilage capsules 750 mg am and pm.
#2589 Digestive Enzymes, 2 or 3 with every cooked meal.
#2241 Flax Seed Oil Capsules – High Lignan 1000mg 1 or 2 @ am and pm.

There are many more items of support that may be added if needed.

#3071 Bee Pollen tincture, starting with one drop in a glass of water the first day and increase daily by one drop until you are able to take 60 drops 2 – 3 times daily.

Use plenty of
Cayenne Root 40,000HU

Garlic Bulb

Alfalfa Leaf Cut and Sifted

and Kelp Seaweed, Atlantic/Norwegian in the diet.

#6055 Wild Oregano, Essential Oil  3 drops in a glass of water.
Pneumonia is an infection of one or both lungs which is usually caused by bacteria, viruses, or fungi. Prior to the discovery of antibiotics, one-third of all people who developed pneumonia subsequently died from the infection. Currently, over 3 million people develop pneumonia each year. Over half a million of these people are admitted to a hospital for treatment. Although most of these people recover, approximately 5% will die from pneumonia. Pneumonia is also known to be the 6th leading cause of death worldwide.

The most common cause of a bacterial pneumonia is Streptococcus pneumoniae. In this form of pneumonia, there is usually an abrupt onset of the illness with shaking chills, fever, and production of a rust-colored sputum. The infection spreads into the blood in 20%-30% of cases (known as sepsis), and if this occurs, 20%-30% of these patients die.

Antibiotics as treatment

Antibiotics often used in the treatment of this type of pneumonia include penicillin, amoxicillin and clavulanic acid (Augmentin), and macrolide antibiotics including erythromycin, azithromycin, and clarithromycin. Penicillin was formerly the antibiotic of choice in treating this infection. With the advent and widespread use of broader-spectrum antibiotics, significant drug resistance has developed. Penicillin may still be effective in treatment of pneumococcal pneumonia, but it should only be used after cultures of the bacteria confirm their sensitivity to this antibiotic. been used for centuries in Far Eastern and Middle Eastern cultures to treat respiratory infections, chronic inflammation, urinary tract infections, dysentery, and jaundice. Laboratory studies in which the oil was applied directly to food-borne pathogens showed that oregano oil has strong antibacterial properties (Dadalioglu I et al 2004). Medicinal oregano has a high mineral content that enhances its therapeutic benefits, including calcium, magnesium, zinc, potassium, copper, boron, and manganese. This oil is considered safe for humans and may be used in conjunction with antibiotics to fight bacterial infection (Preuss HG et al 2005).It is also known as an excellent early defense mechanism when you feel cold or sore throat coming on.

#3110 Blood Root. Is used in very small doses, mostly as an expectorant. Larger doses tend to be sedative, and excess dosage can be fatal. Externally, this plant can be used for eczema, sores, and other disorders of the skin. Other indications include: syphilis, hemorrhoids, tumors, and cancer.

#3845 St. John’s Wort Is specific for the nervous system; it benefits neuralgia, coccygeal pains, nerve injuries, and it calms the nervous system to treat insomnia and bed-wetting. The hypericins help to alleviate anxiety and depression (including menopausal depression). It is healing for stomach disorders and gastritis; an expectorant for bronchitis; a diuretic for gout and arthritis; and lessens menstrual cramps. Other uses: overall tonic, for chronic uterine problems and afterpains of childbirth; for jaundice and diarrhea; catarrh; colic. The oil extract is healing for burns, wounds, sores, bruises, skin problems, neuralgia, and sciatica. CAUTION: use of this herb may cause photosensitivity in some individuals.

#3618 Mullein. Is a valuable herb for respiratory disorders including coughs, hoarseness, bronchitis, catarrh, hay fever, and whooping cough. It may also be used for catarrh in the gastrointestinal tract and for digestive cramps. A healing poultice for wounds, inflamed conditions, and for painful skin areas. Other uses: hemorrhage of the bowels, toothaches, for the glands (used as fomentation), and for washing open sores.

#3794 Saw Palmetto. Is a tissue builder as it stimulates the appetite and increases assimilation of the nutrients; it is useful for wasting conditions and for underweight problems. It helps to build strength during periods of convalescence. It is a nutritive for the sexual organs and is used in the treatment of the following conditions: inflamed and enlarged prostate, impotence, atrophy of the testes, low libido, female functional infertility, low milk production, and dysmenorrhea associated with lack of tone in the reproductive organs. With its affinity for the sexual organs, it may also function as an aphrodisiac. It has a soothing and expectorant action on mucus membranes and is useful for colds, catarrh, bronchitis, and asthma. Other uses include: urinary imbalances, enuresis, and as a sedative to the nervous system. The Native Americans used the crushed root for sore breasts.

#3938 Wild Cherry Bark. It is best to use bark that has been collected in the fall (when the prussic acid content is highest), and some herbalists allow the bark to age before using. Its main use is for its sedative action on the respiratory nerves. This works via the prussic acid which first increases the respiration and then sedates the sensory nerves which provoke the cough reflex. It is used for coughs, asthma and other chest diseases. The other system this herb works with is the digestive system: it helps to aid digestion and is useful in the treatment of digestive weakness, including ulcers, gastritis, colitis, diarrhea, dysentery, and dyspepsia. The American Indians had numerous uses for this herb: to ease the pain of labor, diarrhea, lung problems, as an enema for hemorrhoids, and for dysentery (using the juice of ripe cherries and then fermented for one year). CAUTION: the leaves are considered to be poisonous.

#3424 Goldenseal. The golden, yellow root of this plant gives it its name. It has antibiotic properties stronger than many prescription medicines and is able to target “unwanted” bacteria, as well as protozoa and yeasts. It is unique in that it does not harm the “beneficial” bacteria that are necessary in the digestive tract. The alkaloid berberine has the added benefit of increasing blood flow through the spleen, where it also increases the immune-building activity of the large supply of white blood cells there. By many herbalists it is considered one of the most powerful herbs. It is a substitute for quinine. It is one of the most effective remedies for inflamed and catarrhal conditions of the mucus membranes. It has the ability to heal mucus membranes anywhere in the body (bronchial tubes, throat, intestines, stomach, etc.). Indications include: for open sores, eczema, ringworm, and skin diseases; diphtheria, tonsillitis and severe throat problems; sluggish digestion; used with Skullcap and Hops for the spinal nerves; spinal meningitis; pyorrhea and sore gums; sinus difficulties; bladder disorders and lower bowel problems (can use as an enema); infection; flu; diabetes; constipation; colds; cankers; psoriasis; heart disorders; and gallbladder/spleen/pancreas. CAUTION: if a person has high blood pressure, watch for the highs and lows and if they occur, then substitute Myrrh for Goldenseal. Berberine stimulates the uterus – DO NOT use during pregnancy except under supervision of your health care provider.

#3205 Cayenne Considered by many to be the strongest stimulant known. Internally use as a relaxant to the stomach and colon and as a healer for ulcers. It stimulates the stomach but is not irritating. Cayenne stimulates the blood and the heart, increasing and strengthening the pulse. Use for colds, sinus, respiratory ailments, indigestion, hangover, diabetes, cramps, circulation problems, asthma, rheumatism, kidneys, and high blood pressure. Use with ginger to clean out the bronchial tubes and sinus cavities; as a gargle for sore throats; as an emergency treatment for shock; for hemorrhage and bleeding wounds – use internally and externally. Externally, use (with Goldenseal and Myrrh) as a liniment for bruises, scalds, burns, and sunburns. Steep in apple cider vinegar for one-half hour and use for sores and bruises. Used in the mouth for pyorrhea. CAUTION: avoid excessive consumption, which may cause digestive, liver, and/or kidney disorders.

#3552 Lobelia. This herb is commonly used both externally and internally to relax all spasms. In small doses, it is used for lung congestion; and in large doses, it acts as a powerful emetic. It helps remove mucus from the lungs and digestive tract. A few drops of the tincture can be placed in the ear to relieve earaches. Lobelia is often used in liniments and poultices (may be mixed with Cayenne and Myrrh) to reduce swelling in sprains and strained ligaments and for congestion in the muscles. It may be used with Catnip in an enema for fevers and infections. Other uses: softens and makes fuller the pulse rate during inflammation and fever; reduces palpitations of the heart; for fever and pneumonia; for congestion, asthma, meningitis, pleurisy, hepatitis, peritonitis, nephritis; for digestion.

#3398 Garlic A stimulating to the digestive glands and helps allay poor digestion. It is a natural antibiotic, builds the blood, and is an overall great healer. Its expectorant action makes it useful for chronic bronchitis, chronic stomach problems and stomach catarrh. It is useful with all intestinal infections, such as parasites, dysentery, cholera, typhoid and parathyroid fever. It helps to lower the blood pressure, counteract arteriosclerosis, and benefits the circulation of blood. Can use with honey for coughs, colds and asthma. Garlic is healing to skin tumors, and a cold extract can be used as an enema for intestinal worms (especially pinworms). Garlic also helps to regulate the action of the liver and gallbladder.

#3063 Bayberry. A cleansing tonic for the liver; a tonic for the alimentary tract; tones and promotes glandular activity; a uterine tonic; for increased circulation and toning of the arterial and capillary tissues; helps to stop hemorrhage of the bowels, lungs, and uterus; useful as a gargle for sore throats; checks profuse menstrual flow; use with cayenne for the female organs; an effective douche; useful as a wash for gangrenous sores, carbuncles, and infected areas; use with cayenne as a germicide in wounds; for canker sores.

#3694 Peppermint. An effective herb for the digestive system as it has an antispasmodic effect on the smooth muscle of the digestive tract. It is useful for colic, flatulence, nausea, spasms, cholera, and diarrhea. It is stimulating to the liver and gallbladder, helping to increase the flow of bile. It may also be used for the treatment of ulcers due to a constituent known as azulene, which is anti-inflammatory in nature. A steam inhalation may be used to help decrease respiratory mucus. Like Rosemary, Peppermint is useful to stimulate concentration. Externally, the oil is used for liniments and massage oils because it is cooling, anesthetic, and increases blood flow to the area it is applied. Peppermint tea may also be used for cooling fevers and for heart palpitations.

#3236 Chickweed An excellent remedy for pulmonary complaints, including bronchitis and pleurisy. Use with internal and external inflammations of the skin and membranous surfaces; also, for bleeding of the bowels and lungs. Use as a tea for cleansing and/or eat the vegetable raw or steamed. An excellent poultice and ointment for wounds, skin diseases, and inflamed conditions. Other indications include; adolescent acne, impotence, diabetes, constipation, cleansing, circulation, bowels, psoriasis, obesity and the lungs.

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