Have Asthma? Here is how Aloe Vera gel can save you!
In this disease, the air passage in the lung compresses making it difficult for the person to breathe in an effortless manner. There are many medicines available in aiding Asthma, including synthetic steroid-based inhalers, but they do not offer a long-lasting solution to this debilitating disease.
Aloe vera gel can be effectively used to combat Asthma in a safe, natural way.
The immuno-modulating properties of aloe vera gel intervene in the overactive immune mechanism of the patient and co-ordinate biochemical reactions. This supports pulmonary respiration to reduce or eliminate the inflammation in the air passages and normalise breathing.
When the bronchioles, the air passages that connect the mouth or nose with air sacs of the lungs, get constricted due to allergic reactions to irritants like smoke, vehicular pollution, chemicals, pet fur or any other allergens, it becomes difficult to breathe in a normal and effortless manner. Since they are located close to the lungs, any infection or congestion due to mucus can cause serious breathing problems.
For immediate relief, mix a tablespoon of pure aloe vera gel in boiling water and inhale the steam. The combined effects of Acemannan, Aloin, and enzymes like Bradykinase, have anti-inflammatory, immune-stimulating and reparative effects on the inflamed internal tissue. Their action reduces and eliminates the mucus and inflammation present in the airway and restores proper movement of air through the Bronchioles.
People who suffer from Asthma should regularly take 25 ml of pure aloe vera gel three times a day. Eventually, they’ll notice the improvement in their breathing. Those who suffer from throat infections should regularly use a mixture of aloe vera gel in lukewarm water and gargle after every meal until the infection is cured.
This prevents the infection from spreading to the lower respiratory region, which otherwise can complicate the condition, especially for elderly people.
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