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Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of the airways. In those susceptible to asthma, this inflammation causes the airways to spasm and swells periodically so that the airways narrow. Obstruction to air flow either resolves spontaneously or responds to a wide range of treatments, but continuing inflammation makes the airways hyper-responsive.

Causes:

  • Exposure to wood smoke.
  • Breathing polluted air.
  • Inhaling other respiratory irritants such as perfumes or cleaning products.
  • Exposure to airway irritants at the workplace.
  • Breathing in allergy-causing substances (allergens) such as molds, dust, or animal dander.
  • An upper respiratory infection, such as a cold, flu, sinusitis, or bronchitis.
  • Exposure to cold, dry weather.
  • Emotional excitement or stress.
  • Genetic predisposition: a parent, brother, or sister also has asthma.

Symptoms:

  • Wheezing.
  • Breathlessness.
  • Chest tightness.
  • Coughing and difficulty speaking.
  • Wheezing is a musical, whistling, or hissing sound with breathing.
  • Wheezes are most often heard during exhalation, but they can occur during breathing in (inhaling).

Diagnosis:

  • Keep taking your asthma medications after you are discharged. This is extremely important. Although the symptoms of an acute asthma attack go away after appropriate treatment, asthma itself never goes away. If your asthma attacks are triggered by an allergic reaction, avoid your triggers as much as possible.

Ingredients:

  1. Betel leaf.
  2. Pepper.

Natural Remedies:

  • An analysis of the betel leaf shows it to consist of moisture 85.4 per cent, protein 3.1 per cent, fat 0.8 per cent, minerals 2.3 per cent, fibre 2.3 per cent and carbohydrates 6.1 per cent per 100 grams. Its minerals and vitamin contents are calcium, carotene, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin and vitamin C. Its calorific value is 44.
  • Pepper is used in certain tonic and rubefacient preparations and also used as flavour ingredient in most major food products including non alcoholic beverages, candies, baked foods, meat and meat products, Cheese, Condiments and relishes.

Take some pepper. Soak into the betel leaves juice for 2 days. After that, dry it and power it. Take half teaspoon of this powder, mix with honey and eat it twice a day after take your food.

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Dyspnea is a condition characterized by shortness of breath or difficult or labored breathing. The intensity of the condition varies from mild to severe, as does the number of episodes a person with dyspnea may experience. The condition can be extremely frightening for patients, though it is typically not life-threatening.

Symptoms:

  • Difficult or labored breathing
  • Feeling of suffocation or smothering
  • Inability to get enough air
  • Tightness in the chest.

Causes:

  • Anemia
  • Anxiety
  • Asthma
  • Cardiomyopathy
  • Chronic bronchitis
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
  • Congestive heart failure
  • Emphysema
  • Pneumonia
  • Pulmonary edema
  • Renal insufficiency
  • Ventricular dysfunction.

Diagnosis:

  • Dyspnea treatment can be either pharmacologic or non-pharmacological, depending on the dyspnea cause. Both aim to relieve the patient’s difficult breathing. So you should take some tests to find the dyspnea,they are complete blood count , electrocardiogram (ECG), evaluation of the oxygen and carbon dioxide levels in the blood and chest X-rays.

Ingredients:

  1. Brassica oleracea leaves.
  2. Solanum trilobatum leaves(Thuthuvalai in tamil) .
  3. Mukia maderaspatana leaves

Natural Remedies:

  • Brassica vegetables appear to be especially protective against cancer and heart disease. Glucosinolates and other sulphur containing metabolites acting as anticancer agents due to their ability to induce detoxification enzymes in mammalian cells and to reduce the rate of tumour development.
  • This herb is commonly known as alarka and its botanical name is (Thuthuvalai in tamil) Solanum trilobatum.  Solanum trilobatum contains a potassium nitrate, fatty acid, diosgenin, caffeic acid, solasodine, solasonine, solamargine, quercetin, apigenin, histamine, and acetylcholine.
  • It offers tremendous value to those with a wide range of health conditions, but tends to work best for ailments that start slowly and are accompanied by pain.

Take same quantity of Brassica oleracea leaves, Solanum trilobatum leaves and Mukia maderaspatana leaves, clean it. Dry and powder it. Then take 1 spoon of this powder, mix with honey and eat it twice a day.

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Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of the airways. In those susceptible to asthma, this inflammation causes the airways to spasm and swell periodically so that the airways narrow. Obstruction to air flow either resolves spontaneously or responds to a wide range of treatments, but continuing inflammation makes the airways hyper-responsive .

Causes:

  • Exposure to wood smoke.
  • Breathing polluted air.
  • Inhaling other respiratory  irritants such as perfumes or cleaning products.
  • Exposure to airway irritants at the workplace.
  • Breathing in allergy-causing substances (allergens) such as molds, dust, or animal dander.
  • an upper respiratory infection, such as a cold, flu, sinusitis, or bronchitis.
  • Exposure to cold, dry weather.
  • Emotional excitement or stress.
  • Genetic predisposition: a parent, brother, or sister also has asthma.

Symptoms:

  • Wheezing.
  • Breathlessness.
  • Chest tightness.
  • Coughing, and difficulty speaking.
  • Wheezing is a musical, whistling, or hissing sound with breathing.
  • Wheezes are most often heard during exhalation, but they can occur during breathing in (inhaling).

Diagnosis:

  • Keep taking your asthma medications after you are discharged. This is extremely important. Although the symptoms of an acute asthma attack go away after appropriate treatment, asthma itself never goes away.
  • If your asthma attacks are triggered by an allergic reaction, avoid your triggers as much as possible.

Ingredients:

  1. Bael tree leaves.
  2. Pepper.

Natural Remedies:

  • The bael fruit consists of moisture 61.5%, protein 1.8%, fat 0.3%, minerals 1.7%, fiber 2.9% and carbohydrates 31.8% per 100 grams of edible portion. Its mineral and vitamin contents include calcium, phosphorus, iron, carotene, riboflavin, thiamin, niacin and vitamin C.
  • Pepper is used in certain tonic and rubefacient preparations and also used as flavour ingredient in most major food products including non alcoholic beverages, candies, baked foods, meat and meat products, Cheese, Condiments and relishes.

Take 3 bael tree leaves, clean it. Add 2 pepper and eat it raw in empty stomach for continuously 41 days.

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Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of the airways. In those susceptible to asthma, this inflammation causes the airways to spasm and swell periodically so that the airways narrow. Obstruction to air flow either resolves spontaneously or responds to a wide range of treatments, but continuing inflammation makes the airways hyper-responsive .

Causes:

  • Exposure to wood smoke.
  • Breathing polluted air.
  • Inhaling other respiratory  irritants such as perfumes or cleaning products.
  • Exposure to airway irritants at the workplace.
  • Breathing in allergy-causing substances (allergens) such as molds, dust, or animal dander.
  • an upper respiratory infection, such as a cold, flu, sinusitis, or bronchitis.
  • Exposure to cold, dry weather.
  • Emotional excitement or stress.
  • Genetic predisposition: a parent, brother, or sister also has asthma.

Symptoms:

  • Wheezing.
  • Breathlessness.
  • Chest tightness.
  • Coughing, and difficulty speaking.
  • Wheezing is a musical, whistling, or hissing sound with breathing.
  • Wheezes are most often heard during exhalation, but they can occur during breathing in (inhaling).

Diagnosis:

  • Keep taking your asthma medications after you are discharged. This is extremely important. Although the symptoms of an acute asthma attack go away after appropriate treatment, asthma itself never goes away.
  • If your asthma attacks are triggered by an allergic reaction, avoid your triggers as much as possible.

Ingredients:

  1. Adathoda leaves.
  2. Ginger.
  3. Pepper powder.

Natural Remedies:

  • Adathoda leaves: The leaves are sometimes used as an insecticide and this small evergreen shrub has been used in traditional Indian medicine for more than 2000 years. The leaves and roots contain alkaloids, vasicinone, vasicinolone and vasicol, which may have a bronchodilatory effect of the bronchii.
  • Ginger root is used today to provide relief for symptoms of motion sickness including sweating, vomiting, dizziness, and nausea.  Ginger has other uses including relieving arthritis pain, ulcerative colitis, menstrual discomfort, headaches, fevers from flu and colds, and sore throats. Gastrointestinal problems including heartburn and gas can also be treated with ginger.

Take 1 spoon of adthoda leaves juice and ginger juice. Mix it. Add some pepper powder. Then drink it often.

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Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of the airways. In those susceptible to asthma, this inflammation causes the airways to spasm and swell periodically so that the airways narrow. Obstruction to air flow either resolves spontaneously or responds to a wide range of treatments, but continuing inflammation makes the airways hyper-responsive .

Causes:

  • Exposure to wood smoke.
  • Breathing polluted air.
  • Inhaling other respiratory  irritants such as perfumes or cleaning products.
  • Exposure to airway irritants at the workplace.
  • Breathing in allergy-causing substances (allergens) such as molds, dust, or animal dander.
  • an upper respiratory infection, such as a cold, flu, sinusitis, or bronchitis.
  • Exposure to cold, dry weather.
  • Emotional excitement or stress.
  • Genetic predisposition: a parent, brother, or sister also has asthma.

Symptoms:

  • Wheezing.
  • Breathlessness.
  • Chest tightness.
  • Coughing, and difficulty speaking.
  • Wheezing is a musical, whistling, or hissing sound with breathing.
  • Wheezes are most often heard during exhalation, but they can occur during breathing in (inhaling).

Diagnosis:

  • Keep taking your asthma medications after you are discharged. This is extremely important. Although the symptoms of an acute asthma attack go away after appropriate treatment, asthma itself never goes away.
  • If your asthma attacks are triggered by an allergic reaction, avoid your triggers as much as possible.

Ingredients:

  1. Acacia pennata stem .
  2. Long pepper.
  3. Alum.

Natural Remedies:

  • Long pepper is used as a nerve depressant and also has antagonistic effects on electro-shock and chemo-shock seizures for muscular spasms. This fruit is extensively used to cure ailments of the respiratory tract such as bronchitis, asthma, and cough. It is also an important ingredient in balms that are used to soothe muscular problems.
  • Alum The specific compound is the hydrated potassium aluminium sulfate (Potassium alum). Alum in block form (usually potassium alum) is used as a blood coagulant. Styptic pencils containing aluminium sulfate or potassium aluminium sulfate are used as astringents to prevent bleeding from small shaving cuts. Alum was used as a base in skin whiteners and treatments during the late 16th century.

Take some acacia pennata stem, cut it. If you blow from one side, then liquid will come from another side. Collect this liquid. Take this liquid 15ml; add 1 grms of long pepper powder and some frying alum powder. Eat it continuously 3 days in morning.

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Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of the airways. In those susceptible to asthma, this inflammation causes the airways to spasm and swell periodically so that the airways narrow. Obstruction to air flow either resolves spontaneously or responds to a wide range of treatments, but continuing inflammation makes the airways hyper-responsive .

Causes:

  • Exposure to wood smoke.
  • Breathing polluted air.
  • Inhaling other respiratory  irritants such as perfumes or cleaning products.
  • Exposure to airway irritants at the workplace.
  • Breathing in allergy-causing substances (allergens) such as molds, dust, or animal dander.
  • an upper respiratory infection, such as a cold, flu, sinusitis, or bronchitis.
  • Exposure to cold, dry weather.
  • Emotional excitement or stress.
  • Genetic predisposition: a parent, brother, or sister also has asthma.

Symptoms:

  • Wheezing.
  • Breathlessness.
  • Chest tightness.
  • Coughing, and difficulty speaking.
  • Wheezing is a musical, whistling, or hissing sound with breathing.
  • Wheezes are most often heard during exhalation, but they can occur during breathing in (inhaling).

Diagnosis:

  • Keep taking your asthma medications after you are discharged. This is extremely important. Although the symptoms of an acute asthma attack go away after appropriate treatment, asthma itself never goes away.
  • If your asthma attacks are triggered by an allergic reaction, avoid your triggers as much as possible.

Ingredients:

  1. Adathoda leaves.
  2. Honey.

Natural Remedies:

  • Adathoda leaves: The leaves are sometimes used as an insecticide and this small evergreen shrub has been used in traditional Indian medicine for more than 2000 years. The leaves and roots contain alkaloids, vasicinone, vasicinolone and vasicol, which may have a bronchodilatory effect of the bronchii.
  • Honey is a mixture of sugars and other compounds. With respect to carbohydrates, honey is mainly fructose (about 38.5%) and glucose (about 31.0%), 48% fructose, 47% glucose, and 5% sucrose. Honey’s remaining carbohydrates include maltose, sucrose, and other complex carbohydrates.

Take 2 spoon of adathoda leaf juice, mix with honey. Then drink it, after your breakfast.

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