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Autumn breezes, coughs and sneezes….

by Sofia on September 6th, 2011

It’s the time of year for the first round of colds. Lately, lots of coughing and sneezing has been going on wherever we go, an it is frustrating to see that you can’t perform your daily activities like you should, some people can’t go to work, can’t enjoy their days off and can’t even plat some dream jackpot online casino in peace,  you need to experience playing poker online, check this site out. Try to avoid cold drinks, drink plenty of fluids, particularly lukewarm water, and eat a lot of foods with vitamin C like broccoli, brussels sprouts, bell pepper, chilli pepper, kiwi, cauliflower, fresh fruit juices, mustard greens, oranges, papaya, strawberries and other red berries to help boost your body’s immunity. Foods with vitamin C increase the production of infection-fighting white blood cells and increase levels of interferon, the antibody that coats cell surfaces preventing the entry of viruses.

Some useful supplements and herbs: Aloe Vera, Echinacea, Garlic, Ginseng, Astragalus, Ginger and Probiotics.

Mucus secreted into the lungs protects the lungs by trapping allergens, bacteria and viruses. However, if the mucus is not removed from the lungs it becomes toxic, decreasing lung volume and obstructing airways. As a result, physical action (Halotherapy / Salt Therapy) is sometimes required in order to improve the lung function. “Amazingly, scientists have found that bacteria have enough collective or chemical consciousness to come together and form smart colonies. These smart colonies of bacteria are called ‘biofilms’.” (McCabe, 2004)

In the lungs, bacteria biofilms act as a multi-cellular microorganism, and are anaerobic, which means they cannot live in Oxygen rich environment. “A prolific variety of environmental niches are formed, and the biofilm affords protection from antibiotics and toxins (poisonous substances; in this case negatively charged ions).” (Netting, 2001)

Dry salt aerosol is negatively charged (like Oxygen), and it can oxidize the biofilm structure, which can lead to biofilm disintegration. One may compare the oxidation of biofilm to the rusting of metal. Thus, disintegrated biofilm structure may be removed from lungs. Additional amounts of water drawn to the lungs through osmosis (caused by salt minerals) dilute the biofilm, further speeding up biofilm and mucus removal.

“The art of medicine consists in amusing the patient while nature cures the disease.” – Voltaire

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