Everything You Want to Know About Asthma and How to Manage It

Asthma Explained Clearly

Everything you ever wanted to know about asthma with this clear explanation by Dr. Roger Seheult.

It includes information on the, signs and symptoms of asthma, diagnosis, triggers and natural remedies.

The Benefits Of Asthma Relief Uncovered

Asthma is a common problem all over the world. Many people suffer with it, in fact about ten percent of the children in the US suffer from some form of asthma. It is very common in children and most children will have a first encounter by the age of five. Asthma relief is very important for someone who is suffering with an attack. An asthma attack can be a very scary experience for both the child and the parent. When breathing becomes difficult and the child or someone is gasping for breath, it can be a pretty traumatic experience for all involved. There are a few things you can do for asthma relief and this article will talk about the benefits of them.

First of all it is important to understand just what asthma is. Asthma relief can only come if you know what you are dealing with. Asthma is caused from many things, but the most common cause of asthma is allergies. Allergies can cause the airways to become inflamed and swollen which will block air from coming through. A person who is suffering from an attack will begin wheezing and coughing trying to get enough oxygen in to the lungs. If the attack is severe enough, they may become panicked from not being able to breathe, and the lack of oxygen could possibly cause them to pass out or become confused. Asthma relief will need to come quickly in order for them to be able to breathe again and be able to calm down.

There are different things for asthma relief that work. Avoiding things that could cause allergies to flare up would be very helpful. If you know there is a lot of pollen floating around in the air. Stay inside. Avoid smelling freshly cut grass or hay. Stay away from cigarette smoke or smoke in general, and also avoid people who do smoke as they can carry the smoke smell on their hands, hair or clothes. I know this isn't always possible, but avoid as many allergy triggers as possible. If you suffer from asthma you need to take as many precautions as you can to avoid an attack, but there will be times when you can have an attack without any warning. If you do suffer from asthma you will need to seek medical help for asthma relief as there are medicines that can help you.


Asthma relief can be found in the form of inhalers. There are inhalers that you can use when you are having an attack that will open up the airways that have become inflamed and allow air to flow through the airways into your lungs where the air is filtered. Once the air is filtered through the lungs, our bodies exhale carbon dioxide that is produced in our bodies that needs to be released. The lungs can become weak after a period of time if they aren't able to do their job of transferring oxygen throughout the body and exposing of the carbon dioxide. There are breathing treatment machines available for asthma relief as well as other medications, and even oxygen itself, so make sure you seek medical attention if you are an asthma sufferer.

The Real Cause of Asthma and How to Cure It

Asthma is caused by an infestation of the lungs by the larval stage of a common parasite. The name of the parasite is Ascaris. It is classified as a roundworm and it is very common in dogs and cats. It is also found in other types of animals, including the domestic animals from which we get our meat and dairy products. Because Ascaris parasites are so prevalent, they are also commonly found in human beings as well.

Human beings can become infested by at least two (2) different varieties of Ascaris worms-Ascaris lumbricoides and Ascaris megalocephala. I do not yet know which variety is responsible for causing asthma in humans. It may be both of them. It does not matter. They both can be eliminated very quickly and easily and your asthma can be cured.

The following is an explanation of how Ascaris worms are able to invade the human body and how this invasion leads to asthma. Microscopic Ascaris eggs are virtually everywhere in our environment. This is because adult Ascaris live in the small intestines of many animals, most commonly dogs and cats. These adults produce many eggs which exit these animals in their excrement. When the animal excrement dries, the Ascaris eggs get mixed in with the soil. From the soil, the eggs can get disbursed anywhere.

If we get dirt on our hands and then inadvertently touch our mouths, the eggs may get into our bodies. There Ascaris can go through their development stages. Ascaris eggs can also get onto our pets' fur. If we pet our dogs and cats and then touch our mouths, Ascaris eggs can get into us. Ascaris eggs are also in fertilizer. From the fertilizer, the eggs can get onto our vegetables and other produce. There are also Ascaris eggs in our domestic animals, such as meat and dairy cattle. From there they can get into our meat and dairy products. Humans ingest Ascaris eggs quite often, especially if they have pets and virtually whenever they eat produce, meat, or dairy products.

After we swallow the Ascaris eggs, they hatch in our digestive systems, releasing their larval stage. The microscopic larvae then travel through our bloodstreams to our lungs. Here they molt (shed their skins) a few times as they grow. In our lungs, they produce chemicals which have the ability to neutralize other chemicals produced by our immune systems which would ordinarily exterminate them. Thus, they are able to flourish.

From the lungs, the larvae travel up or get coughed up the trachea or windpipe. From there, some of them enter the esophagus and get back into our digestive systems. (Because phlegm from our lungs often contains Ascaris larvae, it should never be swallowed. It should be spit into a tissue and properly disposed of or spit into the toilet.) The larvae then travel to either the stomach or the small intestine where they stay and become adults. The adults shed eggs into our digestive tracts, which are then eliminated from our bodies in our feces.

All Ascaris worms go through a lung stage as part of their development, whether it is in humans, in our pets, or in other animals. It is this larval stage in the lungs which causes asthma. Not everyone who has Ascaris larvae in their lungs develops asthma. However, Ascaris worms always go through a lung stage as part of their development.

Eliminating Ascaris by Starving Them

One of the ways that we can easily eliminate approximately half of the Ascaris worms and their larvae residing in our bodies is to deprive them of the substances they require in order to survive. We can accomplish this by avoiding certain foods ourselves.

Ascaris lumbricoides requires a substance called quercitin. Quercitin is found in undercooked pumpkin and squash, oats (raw or cooked), melons, cantaloupe, kiwi fruit, cottage cheese, cucumbers, maple syrup, ripe papaya, pomegranate, sweet potatoes, yams, and wormwood.

Ascaris megalocephala requires a substance called d-carnitine in order to survive. D-carnitine is found in chicken and turkey, however it is not found in the free-range, organic varieties of chicken and turkey.

By not eating any of these foods, you can eliminate approximately half of the Ascaris parasites and their stages residing in your body. Once their essential foods are gone, many of the Ascaris parasites simply leave. However, it will take a few days for their essential nutrients to be depleted from your body once you stop eating them. The reason that they all do not disappear is because you will probably be ingesting small amounts of quercitin or d-carnitine which are hidden in other foods. These small amounts of quercitin or d-carnitine are enough to allow some of the Ascaris to survive.

Eliminating Ascaris by Exterminating Them

Fortunately, there is another, more effective method for eliminating the Ascaris larvae residing in your lungs and causing your asthma. It is by exterminating them. This method will also allow your lungs to begin producing their parasite-exterminating chemicals again. For maximum effectiveness, you should combine this new method with the starvation method just described.

Our immune systems produce a number of very powerful parasite-killing chemicals. Ordinarily, these chemicals would be able to exterminate any invaders before they would be able to gain a foothold in our bodies. However, the Ascaris larvae produce some strong chemicals of their own which are able to neutralize our defensive chemicals. So the Ascaris larvae are able to invade our lungs and begin growing there.

One of the body's parasite-killing chemicals is called benzoquinone, or BQ, for short. BQ can usually exterminate the lumbricoides variety of Ascaris and all of its stages. Another one of our defensive chemicals is called rhodizonic acid, or RZ, for short. RZ can usually exterminate the megalocephala variety of Ascaris and all of its stages. Unfortunately, the overwhelming number of Ascaris that have invaded our lungs and the chemicals that they make have rendered both the BQ and the RZ made in our lungs by our immune systems ineffective.

However, there is a method for reintroducing both BQ and RZ back into our lungs. The method consists of ingesting facsimiles of both BQ and RZ. By taking these facsimiles a few drops at a time, a number of times a day, in a short amount of time all of the Ascaris larvae residing in your lungs will be exterminated. Your lungs' immune system will also begin producing its own BQ and RZ again and begin warding off any future Ascaris larvae invasions. (You would never want to ingest the actual chemicals BQ and RZ themselves because our bodies only make very minute quantities of them and you would surely ingest too much. However, the equivalent amount of the chemicals in the facsimiles is very small and taking them is perfectly safe. It is similar to taking homeopathic remedies in which minute amounts of substances are ingested.)

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