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1 Natural Home Remedies for Asthma on Wed Mar 31, 2010 9:14 am

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Asthma is a chronic lung condition in which inflammation of the airways or bronchi, affects the way air enters and leaves the lungs, disrupting breathing. It is the most troublesome of the respiratory diseases.

2 home remedies for asthma on Thu Mar 03, 2011 5:53 am

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Hi,

Here are some home remedies for asthma:

1. Honey is considered highly beneficial in the treatment of asthma.
2. Steaming ginger tea with minced garlic cloves should be given to a asthma patient.
3. A teaspoonful of turmeric powder with a glass of milk is highly beneficial for asthma patient.
4. Inhale steam from boiling water mixed with ajwain (caraway seeds). This is one of the simplest asthma treatment.
5. Figs have proved very valuable in asthma.
6.Lemon is another fruit found beneficial in the treatment of asthma
7. Indian gooseberry has also proved valuable in asthma.
8. Safflower seeds are beneficial in the treatment of bronchial asthma.

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3 Re: Natural Home Remedies for Asthma on Wed Apr 27, 2011 6:35 am

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Honey is considered highly beneficial in the treatment of asthma. At the time of asthma attack a jug full of honey should be placed under the nose of patient, within few minutes the patient would start breathing easily. One can also mix 1 teaspoon honey in a glass of water and have it 3 times a day. This is very good home remedy for asthma.

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4 Re: Natural Home Remedies for Asthma on Mon Aug 08, 2011 3:09 am

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Asthma is not something that can be treated with remedies, as it is not a temporary but a permanent condition. You can take an aspirin as a remedy for a headache, because most headaches are only temporary, so you can dull the pain until the headache goes away on its own. Asthma is not like that.

The best advice is to consult a naturopath, who can find out what is irritating your husband's lungs and making them spasm. This can be something as simple as house-dust mite or a food intolerance, or it could be more complex, involving poor digestion and an imbalance of gut flora which needs quite intensive investigation and treatment that is not provided by conventional doctors.

5 Re: Natural Home Remedies for Asthma on Wed May 30, 2012 5:01 am

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I am surprised that honey is one remedy for asthma. I though before that all sweets is no help against this disease.

6 Re: Natural Home Remedies for Asthma on Tue Apr 14, 2015 2:24 am

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There are no cures, but there are a few things you can do to reduce the risks and/or symptoms:

-exercise regularly in order to expand your lungs
**EDIT: of course follow your doctors guidelines about the exercise thing..don't overexert yourself if it puts you at the risk of an asthma attack..still, in the long run, exercising does improve lung capacity
-keep a clean house and be sure to vaccuum (mainly because of dust)
-Taking a hot shower to breath in the vapors helps me
-Nebulizers can help you breath better, but make sure to get a good brand, otherwise it may lead to fungus growth, making your asthma even worse
-wash your bedding regularly
-don't let pets sleep with you or into the bedroom
-wash your hands and face after working outside
-don't keep too many stuffed animals in your bed (dust builds up on them)
-don't smoke
-A diet high in sucrose and refined carbohydrates (white flour based foods, supermarket snack foods, junk food etc) may aggravate pre-exisiting allergies and can cause all kinds of other problems, so these should be avoided and replaced with whole-food alternatives.
-Reduce/avoid milk, dairy and wheat products, as these can cause mucous congestion in the body.
-use an air cleaner
-buy hypo-allergenic products as often as you can
-avoid scented cleaners or air fresheners
-hard floors are better for asthma sufferers than carpets, which trap dust
-of course, avoid allergens

Obviously it would be very difficult to do everything I just listed, but just a few choice changes can cause a big improvement!
hope these help :-)

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