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June 27th, 2013, 09:47 AM
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Many children are born with week lungs these days. that makes them vulnerable to bacterial infection ( pneumonia) and acute Bronchitis asthma.
One effective and natural way to prevent those chronic illnesses from getting into a child is to regularly massage the chest with Flaxseeds oi, Coconut oil, black seeds oil and organic olive oil.
for a new born baby, use just a few drops and massage gently. a little bit of Flaxseed oil can be mixed a bit of coconut oil. also, a bit black seed oil can be mixed with a bit olive oil.
{ only use externally. there are no side effect when used externally ( for children) }
For older children with asthma or chest problem. A few drops of flaxseed oil can blended into smoothies, fresh juice or warm milk.
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October 24th, 2013, 03:46 AM
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I suffered from asthma for years and to my surprise I found that following a paleo-style diet and giving up grains has made it completely go away. It wasn't actually why I did it, I actually did it to fix my high blood pressure but bizzarely it also got rid of my asthma. Now of course I am an adult but I've since read a lot about this and it is supposedly very effective in children. We haven't tested it as firstly my children follow a similar diet anyway but thankfully haven't inherited my asthma.
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July 22nd, 2016, 01:04 AM
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Remedies for Pneumonia
Your child will need rest to help them recover from pneumonia. Encourage them to drink fluids and eat healthy small meals.
If antibiotics have been prescribed, make sure your child takes all the doses for all the days until finished.

Treatment for Asthma


If your child has frequent or severe symptoms, he or she will need to take a long-term control medication, such as an inhaled corticosteroid.
Your child's asthma is not under control if he or she often needs to use a quick-relief inhaler. Overreliance on a quick-relief inhaler to control symptoms puts your child at risk for a severe asthma attack and is a sign that your child needs to see the doctor about making treatment changes.
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July 22nd, 2016, 02:48 AM
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