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Inflammation and Allergies

Inflammation and Allergies, Eczema, Asthma &  Psoriasis Although there is a large tendency for these conditions to be associated with genetics and familial patterns it is important to remember that …

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Super Antioxidants

Super antioxidants your best health defender! Every time the soil gets dug up with machinery and just replanted with the same type of vegetable or fruit over and over the …

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The Link between Asthma and Gut bacteria.

Sharing this amazing study:  A new study investigates the link between asthma and gut bacteria. “A study finds that asthma passing from mother to child may not solely be down …

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New Studies On Probiotics For Babies

New Studies On Probiotics For Babies We are so often bombarded with the benefits of probiotics quite neglecting the benefit needed at ‘ground’ level, for our new-born babies. More recent …

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GET RID OF THE WASTE (TOXINS) IN YOUR BODY

GET RID OF THE WASTE (TOXINS) IN YOUR BODY with IMSYSER’s  DEEP INTESTINAL CLEANSE  to the rescue. ANY road to true wellness starts with getting rid of the TOXIC road blocks – …

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Your Immune System & Your Health

Your Immune System & Your Health – IMSYSER IMMUNE SYSTEM STABILIZER (Tabs 120’S) During 2002 Imsyser Immune System Stabiliser Tablets was formulated, streets ahead of its competitors. A truly ground-breaking product design, …

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Ginger Helps Treat Asthma Symptoms

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Another recent study, which was presented at the American Thoracic Society International Conference, found that adding ginger compounds to isoproterenol, a type of asthma medication called a beta-agonist, enhanced its bronchodilating effects.

Conventional asthma treatment typically consists of a non-steroidal bronchodilator, an anti-inflammatory agent that you inhale, which causes the smooth muscle cells in your lungs to relax.

This helps to open up your airways. If that doesn’t t work, the next step is typically an inhaled steroid, which is a very potent anti-inflammatory agent.

Part of the explanation for ginger’s benefits for asthma are its potent antioxidant activity, which is attributed to constituents such as gingerols, shogaols and zingerones. It is believed that these compounds have particular anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties similar to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).

Because ginger enhances bronchodilation, it may provide a much safer alternative, or at least adjunct, to current medications on the market, which is badly needed. While asthma is a serious condition that can be fatal if left untreated, asthma medications themselves carry serious, even lethal side effects.

For example, the common asthma drug Advair contains the long-acting beta-agonist (LABA) salmeterol, which can actually increase the severity of an asthma attack as well as the risk of death from asthma problems.

The drug used in the above-mentioned study, isoproterenol, was also linked to an epidemic of asthma deaths that occurred in the 1960s, whereas conventional asthma treatments have also been found to increase your risk of heart disease, cataracts and osteoporosis, just to name a few of the additional risks.

If you have asthma, I suggest looking into The Buteyko Method, which teaches you how to bring your breathing volume back toward normal or, in other words, to reverse what’s called chronic hyperventilation or chronic overbreathing. When your breathing is normal, you have better oxygenation of tissues and organs.free_2718508

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