Here are some facts to be considered:
- Currently more than 25 million people in the United States have asthma.
- Approximately 14.8 million adults have been diagnosed with COPD, and
- Approximately 12 million people have not yet been diagnosed
Our cells need oxygen (21% in air) and nitrogen (78% in air) to survive. One of the waste products produced by cells is another gas called carbon dioxide. The respiratory system takes up oxygen & NOx from the air we breathe and expels the unwanted carbon dioxide. The main organs of the respiratory system are the lungs along with the bronchi, trachea, pleura.
There are numerous respiratory diseases, and these are on the rise, especially asthma. COPD, lung cancer, bronchitis, cystic fibrosis and much more.
Learn in this video which natural remedies are best for your lungs & how they heal, maintain and prevent respiratory diseases and bear in your mind that you can beat any cancer, asthma, bronchitis.
How does lungs get sick? Well as always, the trigger is a shocking, traumatic psycho-emotional conflict; the psycho-emotional conflict linked to the lungs alveoli is a death-fright conflict. In biological terms, the death panic is equated with not being able to breathe. The control center on the right side of the brainstem relates to “not being able to catch the air morsel”, that is, not being able to inhale. The control center on the left side of the brainstem relates to “not being able to eliminate the air morsel”, that is, not being able to exhale, for example, due to hyperventilation.
A death-fright can be experienced in any life-threatening situation, for example, during an accident or a medical emergency. By far the most common death-fright conflict, however, is brought on by a diagnosis shock, particularly by a cancer diagnosis that hits a person like a death-sentence. Statements by a physician such as “the cancer is malignant”, “inoperable”, “aggressive”, “invasive”, “metastasizing” or remarks like “you have six months to live” and other verdicts of this kind can evoke an acute death panic. The same holds true for a negative prognosis and test results based on medical checkups (Pap tests, PSA tests, mammograms, colonoscopies, blood tests). We also must consider potential self-diagnosis shocks triggered, for instance, when detecting a lump, let’s say, in the breast, when there is blood in the stool, in the urine or in the vagina, or with other symptoms associated with having cancer (“a deadly disease”). Looking for information about specific symptoms on the internet with countless websites propagating the concept of “malignant diseases” can easily activate a death-fright conflict. A death-fright can be experienced for one’s own life or for the life of others (a family member, beloved friend, or a pet) member, beloved friend, or a pet). Multiple lung nodules reveal that the death-fright conflict relates to oneself. A single lung nodule forms if one suffered the conflict with or for another person (or animal); two nodules develop for two people (for example, with a death-fright for both parents), three nodules for three people, and so forth.
During the conflict-active phase lung alveoli cells proliferate proportionally to the intensity of the conflict. The biological purpose of the cell increase is to improve the function of the lungs by supplying the organism with more oxygen so that the individual is in a better position to escape from the life-threatening situation. With prolonged conflict activity flat-growing lung nodules (absorptive type), referred to as a lung cancer, develop because of the continuing cell augmentation. If the rate of cell division exceeds a certain limit, conventional medicine considers the cancer as “malignant”.
Following the conflict resolution fungi or mycobacteria such as TB bacteria remove the proliferated cells that are no longer required. Healing symptoms are coughing up milky or rusty-colored phlegm. The sputum might contain blood. Because of the pus in the discharge, the symptoms might be diagnosed as purulent pneumonia or a “lung infection”. Another typical healing symptom is night sweats. If fungi assist healing, this causes lung candidiasis or a so-called “pulmonary fungal infection”.
The lung cancer can be located on lungs alveoli, bronchi, trachea, pleura and goblet cells and each of this kind of cancer manifests in conflict active phase as well as during the healing phase differently; the triggers in form of psycho-emotional conflicts are also different for each cancer type. We will revert in the future with a more detailed presentation about lung cancer.
As always, the nature makes you pay attention to the causes which triggered the diseases when you got sick, but it also gives you numerous healing remedies, all natural and in accordance to the logic of the diseases.
Best natural remedies and supplements for healing and maintaining healthy lungs are:
- L- Carnitine
- L- Arginine
- OPCs / Grape Seed Extract
- Vitamin D3 & K2
- Vitamin C
- Cordyceps mushroom
- Rose Blossom Tea or extract
- Coltsfoot Tea or extract
- Elecampane Root Tea or extract
- Senega homeopathic remedy
- Other Homeopathic Remedies