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Lungs, COPD, Asthma

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Lungs, COPD, Asthma

Is It Asthma, COPD or Both?
Both asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), including emphysema and chronic bronchitis, make breathing difficult. In fact, they share many similarities. However, they are different lung diseases. Asthma-COPD overlap syndrome (ACOS) is diagnosed when you have symptoms of both asthma and COPD. I believe this remedy will be effective for both issues. From experience with Aspirated pneumonia, I know that with lung issues the most effective form of delivery is using a nebulizer to deliver directly into the lungs which also produces immediate results. For this reason, I have made two remedies, one a liquid to be used by way of nebulizer and one a very high potency thick herbal sap extract. I'm sure they would be most effective used together.

* I also highly recommend my BullyBaum IVDD formula for allergies and COPD for it's high Quercetin, Ester C and other supporting ingredients.

Nebulizer Remedy

Nebulizer Remedy, just four ingredients:

Sage might improve your memory and focus. A 2016 review of studies noted that evidence for sage's cognitive-enhancing benefits are promising — perhaps to affect dementia and Alzheimer's disease. Inhale sage for asthma. Sage is an expectorant which helps expel mucous from the respiratory track.

Peppermint: Inhalation of peppermint improved the lung capacity and inhalation ability in healthy participants using a peak flow meter. Breathing in steam of peppermint can help open nasal passages, which is important if you’re struggling with respiratory issues. The menthol in peppermint works as a decongestant, shrinking swollen membranes in the nose and making it easier to breathe, and also helps loosen mucus that has collected in the lungs. Peppermint may also help prevent sickness from coming on in the first place.

Mullein: Inhaling steam from mullein may help loosen mucus in the airways. Studies suggest that Mullein may relieve certain respiratory conditions, such as asthma, and may even fight viruses and bacteria. Used for centuries to treat a variety of ailments, including chronic coughs, colds, and asthma.

Ginger nebulization proved to relax and open airways for asthma.

High Potency Herbal Sap

Ginko Biloba: research indicates that ginkgo may improve symptoms of asthma and other inflammatory respiratory diseases like COPD. This is attributed to the anti-inflammatory compounds in ginkgo, which may allow for reduced inflammation of the airways and increased lung capacity.

Lungwort: can be used for respiratory conditions, asthma, chronic bronchitis, colds, coughs and catarrh. Treat stomach and intestinal ailments, kidney and urinary tract infections, fluid retention and tuberculosis. It helps to clear the airways and expel the build-up of mucus out of the lungs. Externally, lungwort is applied to heal burns, wounds, cuts and eczema. Lungwort's high mucilage content is known to be helpful in respiratory conditions, namely asthma and, in particular, chronic bronchitis.

Echinacea: has clinical antiviral activity against respiratory viruses and modulates immune functions. widely used for the prevention or treatment of upper respiratory tract infection and has been used for the treatment of the common cold and upper respiratory tract allergies. Archaeologists have found evidence that Native Americans may have used echinacea for more than 400 years to treat infections and wounds, and as a general "cure-all." Throughout history people have used echinacea to treat scarlet fever, syphilis, malaria, blood poisoning, and diphtheria. Although this herb was popular during the 18th and 19th centuries, its use began to decline in the United States after the introduction of antibiotics. Echinacea preparations became increasingly popular in Germany throughout the 20th century. In fact, most of the scientific research on echinacea has been conducted in Germany. Contains active substances that boost immune function, relieve pain, reduce inflammation, and have hormonal, antiviral, and antioxidant effects. For this reason, professional herbalists may recommend echinacea to treat urinary tract infections, vaginal yeast (candida) infections, ear infections (also known as otitis media), athlete's foot, sinusitis, hay fever (also called allergic rhinitis), as well as slow-healing wounds. Preliminary studies in the lab suggest echinacea may help inhibit colon tumors when combined with cichoric acid. One study even suggests that echinacea extract exerted an antiviral action on the development of recurrent cold sores triggered by the herpes simplex virus (HSVI) when taken prior to infection.

Peppermint: Allergies and other respiratory concerns can lead to congestion in the throat, nose, bronchi, and lungs. Peppermint has an antihistamine effect, coupled with the strong, cooling action of menthol that makes it a useful decongestant. According to research published in the July 2010 issue of "Journal of Ethnopharmacology," it was noted that peppermint oil was found to have anti-congestive, antispasmodic (meaning it helps to relax the smooth muscles of the respiratory tract), and expectorant properties. This study found that 100-300 micrograms of peppermint oil relaxed the trachea in rats. A condition known as, “exercise-induced asthma,” occurs when asthma symptoms are brought on by physical exercise. Dr. David Kiefer, M.D., a renowned author, and advocate for alternative medicine, suggests peppermint helps reduce irritation and acts as a bronchodilator by opening the airways, decreasing shortness of breath.*

Oregano: An antiviral and antibacterial herb. Studies found that oregano oil appeared to inhibit the growth of some lung cancer cells. More recent research showed some promise that wild oregano essential oil has an inhibitory effect on certain bacteria known to cause pneumonia.Oregano contains lung-cleansing carvacrol and terpenes. The herb reduces lung inflammation and congestion and improves nasal airflow and respiratory health.

Licorice: is another lung-cleansing herb. Antibacterial and antiviral qualities prevent and cure minor lung infections and minimize lung irritation from a sore throat, dry cough, or allergen exposure. Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant qualities reduce bronchial inflammation. Anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effect, it may aid upper respiratory conditions. In particular, animal studies conclude that glycyrrhizin extract from licorice root helps relieve asthma. Licorice root has been widely used to treat bronchial asthma for many years.Experts also believe that saponins, another type of compound, may help loosen mucus so it can be more easily expelled from your lungs. Animal studies also suggest that licorice root may be useful in helping to ease COPD symptoms.

Ginger detoxifies the lungs. It boosts circulation. It includes chemical components that remove air contaminants from air passageways before they irritate the lungs.Due to its anti-inflammatory qualities, ginger causes bronchodilation in asthmatic patients. Various animal and human clinical studies have demonstrated the bronchodilatory effects of ginger. Ginger also breaks down the thick mucus and helps to expel out the mucus.A 2013 laboratory study showed that fresh ginger had antiviral effects in models of respiratory infection. Researchers also found it to be effective against pain and fever. Ginger nebulization proved to relax and open airways for asthma.

Cayenne: anti-inflammatory effects, making it an excellent choice for those looking to support lung health. Cayenne pepper contains antioxidant compounds such as flavonoids and carotenoids that are known to have powerful anti-inflammatory effects throughout the body, including in the lungs. Dr. Schulze, a renowned herbalist, said, “If you master only one herb in your life, master cayenne pepper. It is more powerful than any other.” Its potent effects on the heart and circulatory system make it a lifesaver during heart attacks. Additionally, it has significant benefits for the respiratory system and mucus membranes. For sore throats, gargling with cayenne pepper tea and a pinch of natural rock salt provides a cure. The capsaicin in cayenne pepper stimulates secretions and protects mucus membranes in the entire respiratory tract. It helps to clear stagnant mucus and opens the airways. It is of great help in sinusitis and cystic fibrosis to eliminate stagnant secretions.

Sage: is an expectorant which helps expel mucous from the respiratory track, effective even in the most severe case of hemoptysis, or hemorrhaging from the lungs brought on by respiratory infection. It helps open the lungs, eases spasms, tightness, and cough, and soothes irritation and dryness. Possessing strong antioxidant, radical-scavenging, and antibacterial activities. Improves the memory and cognition, and with increasing dosage, the mood gets elevated as well as alertness, calmness, and contentedness increase."Chemistry, Pharmacology, and Medicinal Property of Sage (Salvia) to Prevent and Cure Illnesses such as Obesity, Diabetes, Depression, Dementia, Lupus, Autism, Heart Disease, and Cancer."

Mullein: has been used traditionally as a remedy for the respiratory tract, including bronchitis. It works as an expectorant, meaning it helps expel mucus. Certain phytochemicals present in mullein may relieve cough, reduce inflammation in the airways, and loosen mucus. Flavonoids have the potential to act on a group of proteins that help produce leukotrienes. Leukotrienes come from various cells found in the lungs, such as mast cells and eosinophils. Leukotrienes attach to certain proteins in the airways, causing fluid buildup in the lungs, contraction of smooth muscle, and inflammation. This leads to asthma symptoms such as coughing and difficulty breathing. Using mullein may help provide relief from symptoms. Antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, pain relief, sedation, anticancer, antioxidant.

Nigella: It's also a potent ingredient for killing Cancer in my Cancer remedy. Taking black seed by mouth can improve coughing, wheezing, and lung function in some people with asthma. But it seems to work only in people with very low lung function before treatment. A lung disease that makes it harder to breathe (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or COPD). In experimental and clinical studies, antioxidant, immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory, antihistaminic, antiallergic, antitussive and bronchodilatory properties were demonstrated. Clinical studies also showed bronchodilatory and preventive properties of the plant in asthmatic patients. The extract of N. sativa showed a preventive effect on lung disorders caused by sulfur mustard exposure. The therapeutic effects of the plant and its constituents on various allergic disorders were also demonstrated.


Directions:There is also a recommended protocol of using castor oil packs two times a week to help cleanse the lungs by pulling toxins out. This has the same effect on uterus, digestive tract and liver. It promotes lymphatic circulation and minimizes inflammation. And if you are not aware, it also kills cancer tumors and lumps, especially effective treatment for women with breast cancer or high risk of. *Of course anyone, especially with a family history of breast cancer should avoid mammograms at all cost, since they are long proven to be the biggest cause of breast cancer by popping walled off breast lumps in the breast like a zit and causing those abnormal cells to spread.

Warning: Herbal supplements should not be taken with prescription meds, while pregnant or nursing. Take for health issues using common sense. Always start out with a tiny amount for first 24 hours to see if tolerated well and work up to a dosage you personally prefer. Remember there's at least a pound of each ingredient in Herbal high potency extracts, so even a rice grain sized amount is like a whole bottle of powdered herbs. I'm an herbalist and homeopath. I am NOT a vet or a doctor. I just make remedies for friends and family.