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February 9, 2019 // by Earth Clinic Creative Team// 2 Comments
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Hello all COPD sufferers.
A few months ago I started using moringa leaves and dandelion roots boiled in water and drank as a tea, twice a day. Twice a day as well as I was having the tea, I would have five apricot kernels. I also started eating the raw moringa leaves in sandwiches or in salads. Having suffered with COPD since diagnosed in 2006, I had reached the point where I would tire easily even while doing simple household chores. By the way I have never been a smoker. I have used all the medications including Spiriva, Symbicort, Prednisolone, Pulmicort, Antibiotics, Ventolin both the nebulising solution and inhaler.
I can now go to the gym and exercise and do all the household chores without tiring easily. I am also off of the Oxygen. I still stay away from milk (to avoid the buildup of mucus) and still occasionally take the Symbicort and Spiriva. As a matter of fact, they even last me longer than the regular month or two. I think this has been a Godsent remedy my daughter decided to give me one day. When I asked her what made her do this, she replied that she had been praying diligently asking God for a cure for me, having seen what I was going through.
For COPD, the following supplements have helped me a lot:
Twice a day:
And once a day:
Oil of oregano if I'm getting sick, ACV with baking soda per Ted several times a week. No dairy, no sugar, organic veggies and fruit if you can afford them. No fake food, real butter, coconut oil EVERY DAY. H2O2 in my nebulizer some days (there's a section on here about that).
Wow! Looks like a ton of pills, doesn't it. But now I use a rescue inhaler only once a day (Ventolin HFA), some days not at all. I'm now able to walk more, started exercising, feeling and breathing better now than I have in the past two years.