Asthma is an advanced (hardened) inflammatory condition of the lungs and bronchial tubes, common in adults and children, whereby the sufferer is rendered unable to effectively deliver enough air to the body at any given time. The more inflammation present, the more difficult it is to breathe. Sadly medical treatment of this condition only ‘manages’ the sufferers symptoms via toxic drugs that inevitably become part of the problem by saturating the lung tissue in these toxic chemicals and the condition of the lungs continues to deteriorate. The asthmatic condition is a very serious disease state as it renders the person unable to deliver enough oxygen to the body. This ongoing oxygen deprivation puts a tremendous strain on the heart as it must work harder to deliver life giving oxygen to all cells and tissues. Premature heart failure is the ultimate demise for many asthmatic sufferers. Getting well should be your ultimate goal, not merely managing your symptoms.

The most common triggers to an asthmatic episode are:
  • Air pollution
  • Allergies
  • Colds and flus
  • Emotions
  • Exercise
  • Medications
  • Smoking
  • Weather

Regardless of the particular irritants that trigger an attack, the underlying condition of a respiratory system laden with waste material, is universal in all cases. This condition has very definite causes and is completely treatable following Pure Naturopathic guidelines.

How does Pure Naturopathy treat an asthma sufferer?

As asthma is an inflammatory condition, we must first determine what the underlying causes of the inflammation are. Generally we will see a lifetime of poor diet and suppression behind asthmatic cases. A full health diagnosis will be conducted to determine the origin of the condition and the causes that are at play. The client is then placed on a complete health restoration program that focuses on all areas affecting the condition. Relief and reduction of symptoms is generally achieved in the short term, with a marked reduction or cessation of asthmatic episodes being the long-term outcome. A life free of ongoing medication and asthmatic episodes is absolutely achievable for the vast majority of cases.