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erbal Medicine
 

Ephedra sinica, Grindelia camporum, Euphorbia pilulifera, Drosera rotundifolia, Prunus serotina, Ammi visnaga

One possible prescription : for Asthma (DYSPNOEA MIXTURE)

Grindelia camporum --- --- --- 24 parts tincture
Euphorbia pilulifera --- --- --- 24 parts tincture
Lobelia inflata --- --- --- 12 parts tincture
Prunus serotina --- --- --- 12 parts tincture
Glycyrrhiza glabra --- --- --- 12 parts tincture
Leonurus cardiaca --- --- --- 12 parts tincture
Ephedra sinica --- --- --- 10 parts tincture
Pimpinella anisum --- --- --- 1 parts e.o. -- -- -- 5ml. of mixture taken 3 times a day.

If Euphorbia pilulifera proves difficult to obtain then double the amount of Grindelia to make up for it. This combination supplies the following actions :
Pulmonaries (Lobelia inflata)
Expectorant
(Grindelia camporum, Euphorbia pilulifera, Lobelia inflata, Glycyrrhiza glabra)
Demulcent (
Glycyrrhiza glabra)
Anti-spasmodic
(Grindelia camporum, Euphorbiapilulifera, Lobelia inflata, Prunus serotina, Glycyrrhiza glabra, Pimpinella anisum, Ephedra sinica)
Anti-microbial
(Pimpinella anisum)
Anti-inflammatories (
Glycyrrhiza glabra, Pimpinellaanisum)
Anti-catarrhals
(Pimpinella anisum, Ephedrasinica)
Cardio-Tonic (
Leonurus cardiaca)
Nervine (
Lobelia inflata, Leonurus cardiaca)

One possible prescription : for Asthma/eczema (a topic asthma) in children
Dyspnoea mixture --- --- --- 2 parts
Galium aparine --- --- --- 1 part
Trifolium pratense --- --- --- 1 part
Urtica dioica --- --- --- 1 part

equal parts of tincture to 5ml. taken three times a day.

This combination supplies the following actions :

Alterative (Galium aparine, Trifolium pratense, Urticadioica )
Pulmonaries (
Lobelia inflata)
Expectorant
(Grindelia camporum, Euphorbia pilulifera, Lobelia inflata, Glycyrrhiza glabra)
Demulcent (
Glycyrrhiza glabra)
Anti-spasmodic
(Grindelia camporum, Euphorbiapilulifera, Lobelia inflata, Prunus serotina, Glycyrrhiza glabra, Pimpinella anisum, Ephedra sinica)
Anti-microbial
(Pimpinella anisum)
Anti-inflammatories (
Glycyrrhiza glabra, Pimpinellaanisum)
Anti-catarrhals
(Pimpinella anisum, Ephedrasinica)
Cardio-Tonic (
Leonurus cardiaca)
Nervine (
Lobelia inflata, Leonurus cardiaca, Trifoliumpratense)

Broader Context of Treatment :
Our lungs are connected to our emotions in an obvious way - think about laughing or crying. If a person with asthma has difficulty in expressing his or her feelings, it is worth exploring why this should be. Bach Flower Remedies can help here. Deep breathing can strengthen our connection to our feelings and will help improve asthma, if practiced regularly. Other regular exercise, such as walking, swimming, yoga, T'ai Chi, and relaxation classes, can also help to deepen and relax your breathing.

Food sensitivities must be identified. It may pay dividends to exclude, for a time, eggs, wheat, even gluten (found in wheat, oats, barley and rye), and dairy products. The early onset of asthma is sometimes triggered off by a child not being breast-fed. Another source of concern is alcohol (wine and beer) and preserved fruit, which often contain sulphur dioxide. Many asthmatics react to as little as five parts of sulfur dioxide per million.

The whole thoracic area - back and chest - should be massaged, with particular emphasis on strokes which open out the chest and shoulders. The choice of essential oils will depend on many factors, such as whether or not there is infection present, whether the asthma is known to be an allergic response, or whether emotional factors are involved. During an actual crisis, inhaling an antispasmodic oil is the only practical herbal help, and direct sniffing from the oil bottle, or some drops put on a tissue, will be safer than a steam inhalation, as the heat of the latter will increase any inflammation of the mucous membranes and make the congestion even worse.
  • Hyssop : Hyssopus officinalis
  • Aniseed : Pimpinella anisum
  • Lavender : Lavandula officinalis
  • Pine : Pinus sylvestris
  • Rosemary : Rosemarinus officinalis

The Textbook of Natural Medicine, by Drs. Pizzorno and Murray recommend the following nutritional supplements.
Vitamin B6 25mg twice a day
Vitamin B12 1, 00 mcg a day
Vitamin C 1-2g a day
Vitamin E 400 international units per day
Selenium 250 mcg a day
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Whilst working in conservation and lecturing in ecology and the eco-crisis for the University of Wales, David Hoffman became convinced that to heal the world, to embrace planetary wholeness and responsibility for it with hope, he as an individual had to be whole within himself....more
 
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