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Effective Natural Remedies for Asthma

Coconut Oil

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Posted by Michelle P (Kenosha, WE) on 02/22/2008
5 out of 5 stars

My 9 yr. daughter has been on every asthma medication known to man. She was diagnosed before she was two and has been on numerous antibiotics, steroids taken orally and inhaled and of course albuterol. These medications just seem to help the symptoms but nothing ever made her truly better. I found your site and decided to take matters in to my own hands. I started giving her 2 tbsp of coconut oil per day and eventually was able to wein her off all her medications. The coconut oil is amazing!!! I wish I would have known about this years ago. I started the coconut oil about 6 months ago and in those 6 months she has had only 5 minor attacks.

Replied by Colleen M.
(Fenton, Mi)
02/25/2016

How would I give my 4 year old 2 tablespoons of coconut oil a day? She is asthmatic and just started to try ACV. I would like to try coconut oil also.

Mama To Many
(Tennessee)
02/25/2016

Dear Colleen,

I would probably start with 1/4 teaspoon of cold-pressed coconut oil three times a day. You could then increase by 1/4 teaspoon at a time. For a four year old I would probably not give more than 1 Tablespoon a day total, but there may be exceptions.

To get a coconut oil in a four year old, I spread it on toast, mix it in oatmeal, add some to steamed vegetables, add it to smoothies, etc.

You might also want to try milk kefir for your daughter. Regular consumption of milk kefir really turned my daugther's health around, including asthma problems.

~Mama to Many~


Coconut Oil
Posted by Mary-Ellen (Melbourne, Australia) on 01/06/2006
5 out of 5 stars

started taking coconut oil as i had been reading all the literature on it so thought i would give it a go and can't believe the difference in my asthma... also energy levels as i am a woman of 50 and at times have low energy levels due to hormones so anyone who reads this i say give it a go or you will never know..!!!!!!!!!!


Coffee

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Posted by Wanda (Marysville, CA. U) on 12/29/2008
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My youngest daughter has had asthma since she was 6 years old. Her doctor told me that if we were ever out camping or such away from medical help, giving her a strong cup of coffee would help her until we could reach a hospital.


Coffee
Posted by Kelly (Calgary, AB) on 04/09/2007
5 out of 5 stars

I'm having a mild asthma attack at work and looked up remedies and tried the black coffee, and it's working. It's a good trick to know since you can grab coffee just about anywhere.


Coffee
Posted by K (Antigua) on 10/14/2006
5 out of 5 stars

My husband was given a strong dose of coffee when he was young and since then he has never had a problem with asthma.


Coffee
Posted by Brian (Newark, OH) on 05/28/2006
5 out of 5 stars

If I am out, and have forgotten my albuterol inhaler, and I'm having difficulty breathing -- I head to starbucks, caribou, or wherever else I can go for an espresso or a giant cup of coffee. The caffeine acts as an anti-inflamatory agent -- it helps to reduce air-way swelling. While it's NEVER a good idea to leave without your medication -- it's always a good idea to have an alternate, just in case (and hey, who doesn't want an excuse to splurge for capuccino or espresso every once in a while)!


Coffee
Posted by Tamara (NYC) on 04/23/2006
5 out of 5 stars

i infrequently get asthma attacks usually cold weather or allergens set it off- sometimes stress or pet hair. I forgot my inhaler and i got a very scary attack on a warm day in april that was full of pollen. I was in a van travelling to work and couldn't catch my breath for quite awhile- when i arrived i had two cups of black coffee (i usually put milk or soy milk in my coffee) and i think it helped. However in the future i will try mullein tea or another type of herbal remedyas i dislike relying on the albuterol.


Coffee
Posted by Tiffany (Weymouth MA) on 10/16/2005
5 out of 5 stars

If you have asthma and you do not have your inhaler with u drink a hot cup of black coffee to stop an asthma attack.


Coffee
Posted by Stephanie (Norfolk, VA) on 05/12/2005
5 out of 5 stars

I've had asthma for about 6 years now and I've found that a cup of coffee help attacks.


Cold Shower Therapy

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Posted by Isabel (Sydney, Nsw Australia) on 07/15/2011
5 out of 5 stars

I can certainly vouch for the cold shower remedy. After normal shower I turn up the heat to the hottest possible before it's actually burning for about a minute, then turn almost all the hot off. I have a shower rose that you can hold rather than a fixed one, this helps as I can start on the legs first then work up to head and chest and back. It's important to breath deeply while doing this, you will notice your breathing becoming more intense naturally with the shock but really try to push all the air out of your lungs as this gets rid if the toxins faster. I only leave cold on for about 15 seconds. You won't feel cold stepping out of shower, you will feel warm and indeed invigorated and rejuvenated. I have been doing this for about 3 weeks every day and yes my asthma has improved. Also for those on cleansing regimes this is a great one too.


Cold Shower Therapy
Posted by Tim (NSW Kitchener, Australia)
5 out of 5 stars

I decided to finish every normal 'hot shower' with a blast of totally cold water, after reading a book by an old healer by the name of Jethro Kloss. Anyway, I am a bad asthmatic, and used to get sick around 6 times per year. When I got sick it really affected my chest, with huge amounts of mucous, and real bad asthma.

Now I rarely get sick (it boosts the immune system as well as circulation), and if I do it's usually just a mildly sore throat. I wish I could better explain the massive difference this has made. Even if you feel sickness coming on, a cold shower will often stop it in its tracks.


Cold Shower Therapy
Posted by Lisa (London, England)
5 out of 5 stars

I ran into this page by accident, while looking up treatments to help my chronic asthma. I gave it a try and felt amazingly envigorated and my asthma seemed to improve almost immediately as I was having a bad breathing day. Also my skin feels great. I will continue.


Colloidal Silver

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Posted by Jennywren (Perth, Western Australia) on 05/23/2013
5 out of 5 stars

Yea. Having suffered from bronchitis attacks for years and years, which brought out my asthma, I finally took the plunge and nebulised with colloidal silver. Here's what I did:

Day One - Five minutes of nebulising in the morning and fifteen minutes before bedtime. Day Two: Fifteen minutes in the morning, five minutes at noon and fifteen minutes before bedtime. Day Three: Fifteen minutes in the morning and ten minutes before bedtime

In three days it had all cleared up! That was last February, and I haven't had bronchitis since.


Colloidal Silver
Posted by Maddy (Nottingham, Nottinghamshire,UK) on 12/07/2006
5 out of 5 stars

I have asthma and bronchiectasis (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease). Was diagnosed 8 years ago. I was suffering from monthly (sometimes twice monthly) chest infections, and had to take antibiotics for every outbreak and becoming more and more resistant and sensitive to the drugs. I started using Colloidal Silver in my nebuliser about a year ago now and have not had a chest infection since. As soon as I feel my sputum changing (from clear to yellow) I use the colloidal silver and the infection does not develop any further. Some times I have to do it more than once, but mostly once is enough. I hope this will help anybody out there that is struggling with the same problem. Good luck!!


Colostrum

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Posted by Mike (Reading, Pa) on 03/01/2016
5 out of 5 stars

Two students I had contact with each had asthma most of their lives. I informed them that bovine colostrum could get rid of the asthma quickly. Both of them followed the protocol that I suggested which was one half scoop of the colostrum powder for the first two days, one scoop for days three and four, one and one half scoops for days five and six, and two scoops for day seven and after until the asthma is gone. You will find the measuring scoop inside the container of colostrum powder.

When they no longer have asthma I suggested that they go back to a half scoop for prevention.

Also, I instructed them to mix the colostrum with eight ounces of "healthy" water in a blender and drink the mixture thirty minutes before breakfast on an empty stomach which is critical in getting the greatest benefit from the colostrum. They followed the protocol that I suggested and both of them got rid of the asthma in four weeks.

It has been over two years for the one student and over one year for the other student since they have gotten rid of the asthma. Praise The Lord! The colostrum powder that I suggested they purchase can be found on the internet for approximately $65.00. Simply enter 21 ounces colostrum powder on any search engine and you will find a powder that is effective and moderately priced.

Replied by Art
(California)
03/01/2016
1508 posts

I clicked on the "amazon research" link at the bottom of your post and there it was just as you described at the price you said it would be which was less than other suppliers I looked at!

Thanks for the information about colostrum, I will pass it along to a friend who's daughter has asthma!

Art



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