Bronchitis, rhinitis, sinusitis and respiratory tract infection.
Respiratory inflammation may be caused by bacteria, a respiratory allergy or an environmental irritant. Any of these causes can trigger an inflammation in the area where it is located.
In the case of a chronic inflammation, food allergies or intolerances are often at play, which exacerbate the reaction.
In addition, nutritional deficiencies can reduce the immune system's capacity, giving bacteria the chance to grow, or exacerbate the inflammation.
Eliminate dairy products.
Avoid simple sugars, fruit juices, honey, maple syrup, corn syrup, white and brown sugar, etc.
Eliminate acidic fruits, such as citrus fruits and pineapple.
- DC 22 or DC 37
- DC 16
- DC 25
- Placing a HEPA air filter with an ionizer in the bedroom can help reduce irritating particles in the air.
Our recommendations apply to the initial stages of the illness in order to help prevent a recurrence. Although antibiotics are overprescribed today, their use in respiratory infections clearly saves lives. They should not be avoided when an infection persists, but their use should not prevent us from determining and eliminating the causes of respiratory infections.
- If the inflammation is bacterial, take DC 14 or DC 55.