Asthma occurs when the bronchioles—the breathing tubes of the body and lungs—become inflamed and swell shut, preventing the body from drawing oxygen into the lungs. This results in choking, coughing, and heavy mucus production that can clog the breathing tubes to the point of asphyxiation.
To reduce inflammation, inhale structured silver from a nebulizer for 15 minutes in the morning and at a night. One teaspoon of silver liquid should also be taken twice a day. The gel can be placed inside the nostrils as a lubricant to help prevent against triggers for an asthma attack. Probiotics can also help reduce inflammation that originates from the digestive tract.