Top 4 Natural Home Remedies for Asthma That Really Work

By Adem Lewis / in , , , , , , , , , , , /

Some of asthma’s main symptoms are difficulties
breathing and wheezing. You may be familiar with these symptoms since
asthma is one of the most recurrent diseases in the world. Asthma is a chronic disease that occurs when
our airways become inflamed and swell up too tight for comfortable breathing. Asthma attacks can be caused by dust mites,
pollen, fungus, exposure to animals etc… In today’s video we’re going to show you some
home remedies to treat asthma and relieve your symptoms: Ginger Ginger is an excellent asthma remedy because
it reduces inflammation in the airways, and prevents them from contracting, making breathing
easier. You can consume ginger by mixing a spoonful
of ground ginger with a glass and a half of water. Another way to consume it is through tea. Take one inch of ginger and cut it into small
pieces. Put the ginger in a pot with boiling water
and let it boil for 5 minutes. Drink the tea as soon as it cools. Mustard Oil Mustard oil is one of the most effective natural
remedies to treat asthma attacks. It is important to emphasize that the oil
we’re talking about is the greasy kind, obtained by grinding the mustard seeds (different from
the essential oil). Mix the warm mustard oil with a little salt
and massage it into your chest and back several times a day until you get relief from the
symptoms. Eucalyptus Oil Eucalyptus oil contains eucalyptol, a liquid
widely used in asthma medications due to its decongestant properties. Research has shown that this oil is effective
in breaking down the mucus accumulated in our airways. A good way to use eucalyptus oil to treat
asthma symptoms is through inhalation. Put two or three drops of eucalyptus oil in
a pan with boiling water. When it begins to evaporate, deeply inhale
the vapor in order to accelerate the effect. Coffee This may be new to you, but coffee can be
a great ally for people suffering from respiratory problems. The reason is simple: caffeine is a bronchodilator,
which opens up our airways, relieving asthma symptoms. The stronger the coffee the better when it
comes to asthma. If you do not like coffee, some teas such
as black, white and oolong tea are great alternatives.

12 thoughts on “Top 4 Natural Home Remedies for Asthma That Really Work

  1. My friend's 15 year old daughter passed away last month from an asthma attack. She was a you tuber and her life was on track. Such a terrible loss. She was a vibrant and happy girl. I still can't believe that she is gone.

  2. You should really change the title of this video. This is a relieve video not a cure. And when having an asthma attack do u really think someone is going to take the time to boil water or even make coffee.. Just chew the coffee and get your ass to the hospital..

  3. And i was just thinking last night…how can i get my 3 year old off these asthma meds? He's just a baby taking med every single day.

  4. A simplistic yet effective cure.
    1) An asthmatic tends to breathe through the mouth and does not press his lips together.
    2) Normal lip pressure relaxes chest airways and overcomes asthma.
    3) Finger pressure on a lip shows this.
    This opens up lung airways by acupressure. This makes sense. Lip pressure is so important for love and the martial arts as well as asthma. That is the way I cured my asthma.

  5. Just don’t waste your time and energy to do all this. I have tried each n everything nothing actually works except your inhaler.
    Home remedies are useless when we talk about ASTHMA.
    Just take your inhaler control your flare-ups before they control you.
    God bless you all with good health n beautiful smile😊

  6. the nice video along with these home remedies my mother also use planet Ayurveda asthma care pack. it really effective and contains blends of natural herbs.

  7. I find placing a tomato on my head and singing livin' on a Prayer by Bon Jovi whilst spinning around really helps. You just have to believe

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