Natural Cures For Asthma

A chronic lung disease which makes breathing difficult and often frightening, asthma can be fatal condition if left untreated.

Did you know that taking medications which are generally prescribed for asthma actually result in acid reflux? However, the good news is that if you follow a healthy diet and take regular exercise along with preventative treatment, you can certainly reduce the problems associated with powerful asthma medications.

If you are really concerned, try these natural remedies with proper medical advice.

1. Apple juice!

Studies have shown that consuming apple juice twice a day significantly affects the respiratory system and helps to relax the system.

This can greatly help you to reduce the frequent asthma attacks. The phytochemicals present in apple reduce the inflammation of trachea and the flavonoids present in phytochemicals have many health benefits.

2. Cranberries!

Cranberries are natural vasodilators, which imply that they open up congested bronchial tubes to restore normal breathing. Prepare puree of cranberries by boiling them in water. Whenever you have an asthma attack, mix 2 tablespoons of the pulp in a cup of warm water. Slowly sip the liquid while it is still warm.

3. Vitamin B12!

Take a pill of vitamin B12 every day to alleviate the symptoms of asthma. This is one of the easiest ways to reduce the risk of asthma. Though it doesn’t bring instant relief, it does battle vitamin deficiency over a period of time.

4. Apple cider vinegar!

It is one of the most popular and effective natural cures for asthma. Add one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar to a glass of water and drink after meals or at bed-time. Many reported relief from asthma symptoms after the first day of use. It also helps you to fight against acid reflux, allergies and acne.

Always be extra cautious when you start new treatments for health problems. Consult your doctor, follow his advice and then try to implement the measures on a daily basis.


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  1. Monique says:

    Wow… These are really interesting tips for folks with asthma! I’m surprised how simple the ideas are. My son was on a steroid inhaler for a number of weeks after his first incidence of “post viral syndrome” (which can be an indicator for asthma) a couple of years ago and they made no difference. I’ve just started him on a program of vitamins and probiotics every morning, and I can surely add apple juice! I’d rather help his body to cope and build up his immune system over a longer period and have him heal completely, rather than be on drugs for the rest of his life.

  2. laura says:

    Great ideas. I would like to add nasal washing to the list. Many options but my favorite is nasopure. I found it on

  3. jim says:

    These are such great tips. I will have to try these. my kid has asthma.

  4. Kay says:


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