Asthma

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Asthma Solutions ~ Ailments & Remedies

Remedy: Red apples and red wine

Why it works:

Studies have shown.

People who eat more apples are less likely to have attacks than people who eat fewer apples.

Studies have also associated drinking red wine.

With reduced severity and frequency of attacks in sufferers.

Both of these substances are high in flavonoids, which are powerful antioxidants.

How to use it:

It's like the old adage says: an apple a day.

And based on the findings of the study, one to two glasses of red wine per day.

Other remedies you might want to consider:

Remedy: Kava kava (Piper methyscticum)

Why it works:

Kava grows naturally on islands in the South Pacific.

There, it has traditionally been brewed into a beverage.

And served to promote a sense of calm and well-being.

It's a natural tranquilizer.

With none of the foggy side effects of other prescription calming agents.

If your attacks are caused by stress, kava can help manage your anxiety.

How to use it:

In tincture form, take a few drops under the tongue.

Kava acts in as little as 30 minutes.

What to watch out for:

There have been many reports of liver failure in people who take kava kava in Europe.

Do not use for extended periods of time (more than one month).

Or at all, if you have liver problems, regularly consume alcohol.

Or are on any medication that also compromises liver function.

Remedy: Vitamin-C

Why it works:

Many people with asthma have been shown to also have a vitamin-C deficiency.

Vitamin-C has natural antihistamine properties, which can prevent inflammation of the airways.

Studies have also shown.

Vitamin-C can help prevent attacks when taken right before exercising.

How to use it:

Good food sources of vitamin-C are guava, bell peppers, strawberries.

Kiwi, kale, cabbage and oranges.

Since the body sheds whatever vitamin-C it doesn't need.

It's difficult to get too much.

If your attacks are frequent, daily doses of up to 2,000 milligrams may be helpful.

What to watch out for:

High doses of vitamin-C may affect your stool.

If your bowel movements become loose or watery, back off your dosage.

Fruits and Vegetables

We recently read a study examining the food diaries of 68,535 women.

Which found that women who had a greater intake of tomatoes, carrots and leafy vegetables.

Had a lower prevalence of this ailment.

It also found that a daily intake of fruits and vegetables in childhood decreased the risk of asthma.

A University of Cambridge study found.

Asthma symptoms in adults are associated with a low dietary intake.

Of fruit, vitamin-C and manganese.

We hope this information was of value to you!

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