Can Herbs Fight Asthma?
Japanese researcher Dr.Yoshiteru Shimoide of Kagoshima City told American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, that a traditional CHINESE herbal medicine called KAMPO helped to relieve daily asthma SYMPTOMS in all the asthma patients.
Let me quote a statement found in the above report:
“There is no cure, but most people can control their symptoms, reduce the severity of their disease, and prevent asthma attacks by avoiding asthma triggers and correctly using prescribed medicines, such as steroid inhalers, the CDC says.”
Therefore, whenever some one says that there is no cure at all for a particular disease, it should be taken to mean that there is no cure for that particular disease in the practice of the system he/she is practicing.
His statement should also be taken to imply that that particular person does not know the existence of a possible cure for that disease in other alternative or complementary medical practices.
I have at different occasions, in many of my publications, and in different postings in this Blog, have explained vividly the CAUSE (or the RISK FACTOR) for the occurrence of Asthma and related lung/pulmonary diseases. (See my book Asthma, Bronchitis...).
To define Asthma in short, it is serious form of lung disease that occurs due to the blockages of the breathing holes called Alveoli in the lungs, caused by constant condensation of air-borne moisture there, enhanced by chilling of the body surface (i.e., at skin level) brought about by chronic profuse sweat (called, “hyperhidrosis”), which is essentially due to abundant water (or liquid) consumption and gross under-urination.
A CURE for Asthma requires some training to urinate at frequent intervals (e.g., once every one hour, while awake) nearly all the water that has been consumed by the person, for a period of about 45 days or so. (Long-standing asthma may take even up to one year for a possible cure).
It is important that the INPUT of water (+ all liquids) / OUTPUT (as urine) RATIO remains 1.0 at all times during the treatment period, and also after that.
So, I think, it is important for people not to deny the fact that other alternate / complementary medical practices can have cures for several of the diseases.
If some people deny, I think, it should be considered unethical, although it could well be within the ethical domain of their medicine, that is 'endemic' to that system of medicine.
Well, friends, bye until I come up with another useful news,