Bronchial asthma and allergic asthma.
Asthma (from the Greek (ásthma), via the Latin asthma, meaning "panting") is a respiratory disease affecting the lower airways, particularly the bronchioles, and is characterized by respiratory difficulty when exhaling.
With the exception of allergic asthma, in most cases, asthma is caused by nutritional deficiencies (e.g. magnesium, essential fatty acids and zinc), or to a delayed food hypersensitivity (intolerance).
In the case of allergic asthma, food intolerances are also suspected to play a role (see our article on Food Allergies).
Eliminate dairy products, refined sugars and citrus fruits. Reduce your consumption of cereal grains, including whole wheat. Eliminate saturated fats.
- DC 22 or DC 37
- DC 14 or DC 55 during crisis periods
- DC 16
- In the case of allergic asthma, all potential allergens should be eliminated.
- Mullein tea between meals.