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Asthma: foods to eat and avoid

Reference #: 789
Submit Date: 14 Jul 2006
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Country of Remedy: USA
Remedy Source: Tao of Health, Sex, and Longevity, Daniel Reid, Fireside, New York, pp 105-106
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Remedy Description

Source: Tao of Health, Sex, and Longevity, Daniel Reid, Fireside, New

York, pp 104-105



Respiratory System: lungs, bronchial tubes, throat,

nose, sinuses



Asthma



Extreme difficulty in breathing owing to inability to fully evacuate the

lungs of stale air; accumulations of mucus in the lungs and consequent

blockage of air passages block outflow of air, not inflow; pasteurized milk

and refined starch are prime dietary causes.



Horseradish and lemon juice: the potent ethers in fresh grated horseradish

dissolve mucus in the sinuses and bronchial tubes quickly and effect-

ively; mixing it with fresh lemon juice doubles its efficacy; grate fresh

horseradish into a bowl, add enough fresh lemon juice to make a paste,

take 2 tsp 2-3 times a day, as needed.



Carrot and radish juice: fresh raw radish juice is similar in effect to

horseradish, but milder; it is too strong to take straight, however, and

should be blended 5 oz with 11 oz carrot juice, 1 pint daily.



Cranberries: cranberries contain one of nature's most potent vasodilators,

which open up congested bronchial tubes so that normal breathing is

restored; cranberries are excellent curative and preventive therapy for

the entire breathing apparatus; bring fresh cranberries to boil with just

enough water to cover them, simmer 2-3 minutes, pour off excess

water, puree cranberries in blender, strain off skins, and keep pulp in

refrigerator; when asthma or other respiratory difficulty occurs, mix 2

tbsp in a cup of warm distilled water and sip slowly.



Garlic: raw garlic contains potent ethers and enzymes that dissolve mucus

in lungs and bronchial tubes and help restore normal breathing; also

kills bacteria in air passages, preventing respiratory infections; 3-5

cloves daily. (Editor can be eaten reaw with bread or baked)



Other beneficial foods: wheat germ oil; pumpkin seeds; sunflower seeds;

celery juice; turnips; raw spinach.



Foods to avoid: pasteurized milk and all dairy products; cooked eggs;

refined starch, especially white flour.

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Respiratory System: lungs, bronchial tubes, throat,

nose, sinuses