Treating Asthma Naturally - 
Your Asthma Natural Cure

Treating asthma naturally is possible. While conventional medicine is able to help alleviate your symptoms, here are some asthma treatment guidelines that will help you find your asthma natural cure.

Our lungs are made of a sponge-like tissue that has an enormous capacity for absorption. Mucous, free radicals, toxins and air pollution block and harden these spongy tissues. This hardening induces emphysema and asthma and results in frequent respiratory infections. Studies show that the underlying inflammation never goes away unless the lungs are healed naturally! Traditional medicine has no cure.

Asthma treatment guidelines:
It is essential to keep all pathways of elimination free, unobstructed and working optimally. 

We have 5 pathways of elimination:

  • The colon
  • The lungs
  • The kidneys
  • The skin
  • The liver

If you are constipated this makes the other organs of elimination work harder, especially the lungs. It results in irritation and leads to allergic reactions, including asthma. 

Using asthma meds, such as inhalers with cortisone, sends a message to the adrenal glands to stop working. The cortisone that would normally be produced by the adrenals is now already in the blood.

Asthma is a spasm which spreads through the bronchial tubes, which are reacting to a foreign substance that isn’t being metabolized by the body. 

Some causes of asthma include:

  • A strong emotion
  • A conflict
  • Physical exercise
  • An allergic reaction

Asthma, eczema and psoriasis often have the same causes:
Toxins, such as:

  • Refined sugar
  • Gluten that is not being fully digested
  • Proteins that are not being fully digested

The body is trying to rid itself of these toxins through the lungs and the skin.

Natural Relief for Asthma:

With asthma and other respiratory ailments, it is often the colon that is not eliminating as it should. Clear up any constipation. 

When treating asthma naturally, ensure that all 5 ports of elimination are functioning well. If you are not in a weakened state, a colon cleanse is very beneficial. A consultation with a naturopath can help determine if any of your glands or organs are in a weakened state.

Do a detox to eliminate toxins and excess mucous.

Avoid and eliminate all foods that increase mucous, especially dairy and white sugar. Follow a diet for asthma. 

Avoid or eliminate strong allergens such as peanuts, sea food, any foods containing food coloring and additives.

As much as possible, get outside every day and breathe fresh air. Purify the air in your home, making sure your home is well ventilated and that humidity levels are fine - not overly dry and no dampness or mustiness.

Get plenty of rest, exercise, and work out any unresolved emotional issues.

Treating Asthma Naturally with Supplements and Vitamins:

Mullein is a powerful remedy for bronchial congestion. It stops coughs, unclogs bronchial tubes, and helps clear up asthma attacks.

Essential Fatty Acids are essential and usually lacking in the diet of those who have asthma.

Vitamins A and D, and Calcium Magnesium reinforce and protect the mucous membranes.

B Complex and Vitamin C to boost the immune system and to de-stress.

A Liquid Mineral Supplement can be very beneficial as many people with asthma lack minerals.

Digestive Enzymes if food is not being properly digested.

Dandelion helps the liver and increases minerals.

Licorice Root helps boost the adrenals. Do not take it if you have high blood pressure, and do not take on a daily basis for more than 7 days in a row.

Lobelia Extract A few drops is very helpful during an asthma attack, however if taken in large quantities it can induce vomiting. Also do not take internally long term.

Follow these asthma treatment guidelines and feel free to book an online consultation with me to obtain a complete personalized plan for your asthma natural cure.


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