Bronchial asthma is a condition that occurs when the bronchi are compressed, when air enters the lungs with difficulty. As a result, a cough with expectoration, suffocation and muscle spasms of the bronchioles. This condition is called an asthmatic attack. As a rule, it is not isolated. Attacks can occur suddenly and happen up to several times a day.
Sometimes, asthma attacks last a fairly long period of time, and sometimes they are repeated very often with a short period of their absence. At such moments, the patient’s condition worsens sharply, there is a cold sweat, cyanosis due to lack of air, tachycardia, anxiety and even death, with respiratory or heart failure.
Asthma can be a congenital disease, or it can be the result of a complication of a viral or bacterial respiratory disease. Unsuitable climatic conditions, especially fog, and also some allergenic substances, such as pollen, dust, mold, flakes, feathers, animal hair, insects, cotton and wool fibers, powders, etc. can be irritants provoking its active exacerbation. .
Asthma can be treated with medicines from the pharmaceutical industry, as well as natural remedies that traditional medicine offers. Among the most famous and familiar are chamomile, rose petals or red poppy, marigolds, lavender. The leaves of the basement and patlagagin, buds of birch, black poplar and hazel are popular. Of the herbs, basil and rosemary, isop and three-breasted ugras have special healing properties. Among fruits, anise and fennel are on a special account. Tea is prepared from this raw material, which is recommended to consume two or three cups daily. It has antiseptic, antitussive, antispasmodic, antibiotic, anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects.
In addition, you can make a decoction of valerian root. To do this, you need to take 3 tablespoons of the plant per liter of water, bring the mixture to a boil, let cool and take 2-3 tablespoons per day.
Fennel broth is good when it is necessary to achieve an expectorant and antiseptic effect. It is prepared from 250 ml of tincture and two tablespoons of milk.
Garlic is one of the best natural remedies for asthma, and more. It is enough to boil 25 g of garlic in 200 ml of water and let it brew for 10 minutes. Drinking one cup each day, the result will not be long in coming.
Strong wine, hops and raspberry leaves (30 g of raspberry-hop mixture must be mixed in 1 liter of white wine and infused for 10 days) are also a fast-acting treatment for asthma. Drink the composition you need 3 tablespoons per day.
Syrup from walnut leaves and red onion bulbs also has a quick effect to soothe asthma.
Besides all these internal procedures, there are some external means. These include inhalation with chamomile, dill, sage, pine or spruce oil.
Baths of vinegar and hot water, used before bedtime, are very helpful in asthmatic crises.
Warm chest wrap using a dry warmer of mustard or palm flour, as well as similar compresses on the back using flanmarica, horse horsetail, marigolds, mallow, applied in the evening before bedtime, help calm asthma attacks and make it possible to sleep peacefully.