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Allium sativum should be eaten raw in the diet or the oil taken as a supplement.

This combination supplies the following actions:

Pulmonaries (Inula helenium, Verbascumthapsus)
Expectorant-Stimulating
(Inula helenium, Marrubiumvulgare)
Expectorant-Relaxing (
Verbascum thapsus)
Bitter (
Marrubium vulgare)
Anti-spasmodic
(Allium sativum)
Anti-microbial
(Inula helenium, Echinacea spp., Alliumsativum)
Anti-catarrhals
(Inula helenium, Echinacea spp., Verbascumthapsus, Allium sativum)
Diaphoretics (
Inula helenium, Allium sativum)
Cardio-Tonic (
Allium sativum)

One possible prescription: For Chronic recurrent bronchitis associated with dyspnoea:
Inula helenium
Dyspnoea mixture
Marrubium vulgare
Verbascum thapsus --- --- --- equal parts of tincture to 5ml. taken three times a day.

Allium sativum should be eaten raw in the diet or the oil taken as a supplement.

For details of the components and actions of the Dyspnoea mixtureplease refer to the section on asthma that follows. In addition to the contribution of the dyspnoea mixture, this combination supplies the following actions:

Pulmonaries (Inula helenium, Verbascum thapsus)
Expectorant-Stimulating
(Inula helenium, Marrubiumvulgare)
Expectorant-Relaxing (
Verbascum thapsus)
Anti-spasmodic
(Allium sativum)
Anti-microbial
(Inula helenium, Allium sativum)
Anti-catarrhals
(Inula helenium, Verbascum thapsus, Allium sativum)
Diaphoretics (
Inula helenium, Allium sativum)
Cardio-Tonic (
Allium sativum)

One possible prescription: Chronic recurrent bronchitis associated with excessive congestion:
Inula helenium
Sanguinaria canadensis
Marrubium vulgare
Verbascum
thapsus --- --- --- equal parts of tincture to 5ml. taken three times a day.

Allium sativum should be eaten raw in the diet or the oil taken as a supplement.

This combination supplies the following actions:

Pulmonaries (Inula helenium, Verbascum thapsus)
Expectorant-Stimulating
(Sanguinaria canadensis, Inulahelenium, Marrubium vulgare)
Expectorant-Relaxing (
Verbascum thapsus)
Bitter (
Marrubium vulgare)
Anti-spasmodic
(Sanguinaria canadensis, Allium sativum)
Anti-microbial
(Inula helenium, Sanguinaria canadensis, Allium sativum)
Anti-catarrhals
(Inula helenium, Echinacea spp., Verbascumthapsus, Allium sativum)
Diaphoretics (
Inula helenium, Allium sativum)
Cardio-Tonic (
Allium sativum)

Broader Context of Treatment
Much of the information given for acute bronchitis is relevant for chronic bronchitis as well. Smokers are still more likely to die from chronic bronchitis than from lung cancer, and to give up smoking is the first and most important preventive measure. The other is to improve the level of nutrition, and particularly to cut out or greatly reduce those foods which encourage the production of mucus. These are, for most people, dairy products and refined starches. Of the two, dairy products seem to be the worst culprits, and cutting them right out of the diet for a time - maybe several weeks, or months if the bronchitis is of long standing - will often bring about an improvement. After that, cheese, milk, etc., may be cautiously reintroduced but in very small amounts only. For some people, it may be necessary to omit them from the diet permanently.

Goats milk is often found to be less mucus-forming than cows milk. Starches also provoke excessive mucus production, and refined starches (white flour and all products made from it) are far worse than unrefined grains. Additives, such as chemical flavorings, colorings and preservatives often trigger mucus excess as well, and should be avoided. The best and simplest rule is to eat foods in a state as near as possible to that in which they were grown, i.e., not processed, dried, frozen, packaged or pre-cooked, and as often as possible eat them raw or very lightly cooked.
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