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« on: August 13, 2016, 01:21:37 am »
Bronchitis Breathing Exercises - Cold Flu Treatment, Antibiotics, and Herbs
Antibiotic overuse (especially for the common cold) has led to antibiotic resistance. Natural antibiotics and anti viral herbs that may boost immune system are discussed, plus the types of cold and flu, and cough and cold in a weak immune system.

15 Anti-Viral Chinese Herbs Proven Effective in Human Studies
Andrographis (Chuan xin lian): Viral hepatitis, encephalitis B, herpes zoster, viral influenza   Astragalus (Huang qi): Restores immune function in immune suppression from chemotherapy, increases IgA, IgG, and interferon production   Deer antler (Lu rong): Promotes lymphocyte transformation and treats leukopenia due to chronic benzene poisoning, promotes bone marrow function   Ganoderma (Ling zhi): Treats hepatitis, chronic bronchitis, cardiovascular disease, altitude sickness, cancer (especially leukemia)   Ginseng Ren shen: Increases resistance by stimulating adrenal gland via pituitary   Isatis (Da qing ye, Ban lan gen): Encephalitis B, measles, mumps, infectious hepatitis, URTI   Licorice (Gan cao): In pulmonary TB, it increased ESR - arthritis and hepatomegaly from hepatitis - acute and chronic hepatitis   Lonicera (Jin yin hua): Severe acute pneumonia, bacillary dysntery   Oldenlandia (Bai hua she she cao): Peritonitis, UTI, hepatitis, chronic bronchitis   Phellodendron (Huang bai): Meningitis, dysentery, GI infection, conjunctivitis, UTI, candidal/trichomonal vaginitis   Polygonum (He shou wu): Malaria Polygonum cuspidatum (Hu zhang): Lung infections, tonsillitis, hepatitis, RA, osteoarthritis   Salvia (Dan shen): Hepatitis, SLE   Siberian ginseng (Wu jia pi): Xue and qi xu - improves leukocyte count in 70% of leukopenic patients - caution when there is heat   Sophora (Shan dou gen): Alkaloids effective in countering leukopenia due to radiation   Viola (Zi hua di ding): TB We needed lots of concentration while writing on Chronic Bronchitis as the matter we had collected was very specific and important.

Chinese Herbs Have Successfully Treated and Caused Remission of Viral Hepatitis and AIDS
In clinical research studies on human beings, at least 15 herbs have been shown to stimulate the immune system and destroy viruses and bacteria (see next table). Chinese herbs appear to have an effect against bacteria and viruses directly, and they stimulate and strengthen the immune system (wei qi) in doing its job of ridding the body of pathogens.

Most people don't realize that western biomedical understanding didn't include the immune system until very recently. The first vaccine was developed in the late 1800's, and most of the immune system was not understood until the 1960's. Oriental Medicine has been diagnosing and treating immune system diseases with herbs since as early as 150 A.D. when the first systematic book on externally contracted illnesses, the "Cold Damage Classic" was written.

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Superbacteria  Medical professionals are now concerned about antibiotic-resistant 'superbacteria.' These superbacteria have evolved because of inappropriate medical prescriptions. Antibiotics are effective only against bacteria, not against viruses. MD's and DO's often prescribed antibiotics to pacify patients who refused to leave the doctor's office without them - even when the doctor knew the antibiotic would not help. The problem is that we are running out of antibiotic drugs; there is a finite number of them. It is thought that, in the future, the more complex treatment agents such as natural herbs may be our only defense.
Natural Treatment for Asthma, Bronchitis, Smokers Lungs or Other Respiratory Ailments

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Types of Colds and Flu in Oriental Medicine Wind-Cold * Symptoms: Feeling of cold, chills more than fever, cough, congestion, fatigue * Herb Formulas: if no sweating - Ephedra Formula; if more body aches - Kudzu Tincture * Kitchen Medicine: Fresh ginger or garlic tea (warming) The magnitude of information available on Chronic Bronchitis can be found out by reading the following matter on Chronic Bronchitis. We ourselves were surprised at the amount!

Sweating (or 'exterior-releasing') is a major therapy in OM. The type of invasion may be identified by whether or not the patient is sweating, and whether or not that sweating is leading to improvement in your health.

Fever is Thought to be the 'Heat of Battle' Between Pathogenic and Righteous Qi
In OM, you have a fever if you feel hot, even if your thermometer shows a normal body temperature. Chills are a sign that the pathogen is winning, while fever is a sign that your body is winning. Writing this composition on Chronic Bronchitis was a significant contribution of ours in the world of literature. Make this contribution worthwhile by using it.

  • Tiredness, Qi deficiency, & Weakness The fight may take so much of your energy that you can do nothing but lay in bed.
  • You may also lose your appetite, which is a sign of qi deficiency in OM.
  • Some people are more constitutionally weaker from birth, especially those with childhood asthma and allergies.
  • These are often metal or water type people.
  • They need to be especially vigilant in prevention. :)
Entrance of the Pathogen
The Lung (a system of correspondences including the lung, throat, nose, and skin) is the most exterior and most vulnerable organ. Sweating opens the pores, and 'wind' enters through pores. Wind can be thought of as the pathogen itself, since another quality (cold, damp, or heat, for example) is usually attached to describe the pathogen. Wind-heat, then, is the invasion of the body by a heat pathogen. Maintaining the value of Bronchitis was the main reason for writing this article. Only in this way will the future know more about Bronchitis.

Wind-Heat * Symptoms: Feeling of heat, fever more than chills, sore throat or cough, body aches, red eyes, irritability * Herb Formulas: More sore throat - Honeysuckle & Forsythia Formula; More cough - Mulberry & Chrysanthemum Formula * Kitchen Medicine: Mint or chysanthemum tea (cooling)

Oriental Medicine Concepts of Immunity
Wei (pronounced 'way') qi ('chee') is the protective qi. This qi is thought to circulate in the more superficial levels (skin and muscles). In biomedical terms, it is probably not the entire immune system, but the part of it that deals with external invasions. Protective qi is controlled by Lung organ-system, and can be compromised by overwork, grief, smoking, not eating, and talking too much. Give yourself a momentary pause while reading what there is to read here on Bronchitis. Use this pause to reflect on what you have so far written on Bronchitis.

Vulnerability occurs particularly when you are tired, or from excessive environmental influences like cold, heat, dryness, and dampness- each of these is associated with a season when that pathogen is more prevalent The information available on Bronchitis is infinite. There just seems to be so much to learn about, and to write about on Bronchitis.

Anything Chronic is Considered to be a Persistent, Recurrent and Lasting Condition
While chronic bronchitis has often been associated with allergies and/or asthma, there are many other causes that can trigger a bronchial infection. Asthma as we know is a lung disease that is characterized by asthmatic events triggered by a variety of factors which cause a constriction of the bronchial tubes and air passages.

Acid Reflux can Now be Successfully Treated With Many Medications
If you think that someone you know may be suffering from a chronic cough caused by bronchitis or possibly asthma, it's important to understand the lifestyle implications this may involve.  The primary focus however, should be to get an accurate diagnosis from a qualified respiratory or pulmonary medical professional. Bronchial Cough proved to be the foundation for the writing of this page. We have used all facts and definitions of Bronchial Cough to produce worthwhile reading material for you.

  • As it's recognized that dust is almost everywhere, it's important to try to limit exposure as much as possible.
  • This sensitivity of the person with chronic bronchitis will determine the level of action that's needed to limit dust exposure.
  • Someone who is extremely sensitive may need special air cleaning equipment installed in their home.
  • While another who's sensitivity is not as pronounced may be able to live comfortably in a home simply on a regular cleaning schedule.
  • Check out the link below for free report on tips to eliminate asthmatic and bronchial cough triggers in your home.
Exposure to chemical fumes and odors may compromise an otherwise healthy respiratory system.  This in turn can lead to sensitivity to other environmental factors like dust, but also both primary and secondary tobacco smoke.  While the validity of the effects of secondhand smoke are continue to be debated, it has been shown to be an important breathing factor for those with a compromised respiratory system.  All of these factors can contribute to the chronic cough experienced by many asthma, allergy and bronchitis sufferers. You may be filled with astonishment with the amount of information we have compile here on Chronic Bronchitis. that was our intention, to astonish you.

One Such Environmental Factor is Dust
While dust is a common substance found everywhere, it's especially problematic for those of us who may have a compromised respiratory system.  A less than ideal breathing tract is found in people suffering with asthma, many allergies and yes even smokers.  What's been ignored in many cases however, is that exposure to chemicals can cause a sensitivity to environmental factors such as dust. Our objective of this article on Bronchial Cough was to arouse your interest in it. Bring back the acquired knowledge of Bronchial Cough, and compare it with what we have printed here. :)

According to the Mayo Clinic, a well regarded medical facility, bronchitis and the resulting cough can also be caused from stomach acid irritating for food pipe or esophagus. This is better known as acid reflux disease.

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