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Natural Home Cures Freeze Dried Rich Pericarp Mangosteen - May Help Alleviate Your Asthma

Asthma is a common chronic airway inflammation characterized by swelling and bronchospasm.(1) The inflammation leads to the narrowing of the bronchial tubes, either partially or totally. The result is difficulty in breathing (dyspnea)

Asthma affects 7% of the population of the United States and approximately 300 million people worldwide.(2) The disease is prevalent, but the mortality rate is relatively low. Asthma is responsible for 4,000 deaths per year in the U.S. and 250,000 deaths per year across the globe.(3)

When the bronchial tubes are chronically inflamed, they tend to be more sensitive to allergens or irritants. In such cases, the airways become highly irritable and may remain in a state of heightened sensitivity that is also known as bronchial hyperreactivity (BHR).(4) 

Experts say that there is a certain degree of bronchial hyperreactivity in all individuals, but apparently, asthmatics have a higher arid when compared to nonasthmatic people. Sensitive individuals are more likely to experience swelling and constriction of the bronchial tubes when exposed to allergens and other triggers such as cigarette smoke, dust, or exercise. 

Some asthmatics may have severe BHR and chronic symptoms, while others may only have mild BHR and no symptoms. People are affected differently by asthma. Each individual has a unique reaction to various allergens and environmental triggers. This significantly influences the specific type and dose of asthma medication which may also vary from one person to another.

Asthma Symptoms

In general, there are four major symptoms of asthma. First, is shortness of breath (SOB), generally seen with physical exertion or at night. Next is wheezing, which is characterized by a whistling sound upon exhalation. The third symptom is coughing, which is typically worse at night or early in the morning. Coughing can be chronic and may be triggered by exposure to cold air or exercise. The last one is the chest tightness that may occur with or without the other aforementioned symptoms.

Note that all of the symptoms mentioned above can be present in other respiratory and, sometimes, in cardiac diseases. This possible confusion highlights the importance of determining the particular settings where the symptoms occur. Moreover, diagnostic testing plays a crucial role in identifying asthma disorders. 

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I began taking the product, as [I] was told it had anti-inflammatory properties. I was hoping that it would help my asthma even a bit. I started taking mangosteen daily. About two weeks later, I started noticing an increased amount of energy. About another month after that, I noticed that when I went out into the cold weather, I would not wheeze after coming in from the cold. This product has helped my life dramatically.
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Asthma Treatment

The asthma treatment protocol primarily focuses on relaxing bronchospasm with the use of bronchodilators or reducing inflammation with the help of corticosteroids. These asthma medications are divided into two types: asthma quick-relief medications used to treat acute asthma attacks(5) and asthma long-term control medications used to prevent exacerbation of the asthma disease.(6) 

Quick-relief asthma medications include beta2-adrenoceptor agonists such as bitolterol, levalbuterol, salbutamol, and terbutaline); adrenergic agonists such as inhaled epinephrine and ephedrine tablets; and anticholinergic medications such as ipratropium bromide. 

These asthma medications must be taken cautiously as they may have adverse side effects. For instance, beta2-adrenoceptor agonists may cause tremor and hypertension.(7) 

They must not be used too often as their efficacy may decline, creating desensitization and exacerbating asthma symptoms, eventually leading to refractory asthma and even death. As for long-term asthma control medications, they include inhaled glucocorticoids and long-acting β2-agonists.


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Mangosteen Help for Asthma

For many asthmatics that have grown sick and tired of asthma steroids and their harmful side effects, it is natural to seek relief from natural sources. The hype about the benefits offered by mangosteen to asthmatics is not mere hearsay. Mangosteen has grown in popularity among people living with asthma because it delivers positive results without any accompanying adverse asthma reactions.

The key to mangosteen's remarkable benefits is the presence of a group of compounds called xanthones. These are potent anti-inflammatories, and as previously mentioned, inflammation of the airways is a significant problem with asthma. 

Mangosteen's truckload of xanthones may address this issue, allowing the patient to breathe normally. Xanthones also have anti-viral properties, essential in reducing the risk of pulmonary infections. 

Note that when the airways are inflamed, there is a tendency for overproduction and accumulation of mucus. This leaves the asthma patient susceptible to infection because bacteria and viruses grow and multiply in the mucus that lines the bronchial passageways. 

With xanthones' anti-inflammatory and anti-viral properties, these problems may be easily eliminated. Xanthones are also potent antioxidants that help to counteract the free radical damage caused by exposure to polluted air. 

Finally, xanthones have been shown to have anti-allergy effects, significantly reducing the risk of an acute asthma attack. Note: More clinical studies will be needed to quantify mangosteen's beneficial effects for those with asthma, but early signs show significant promise.


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The Natural Home Cures Mangosteen has dramatically improved my breathing, and I would compare its effectiveness to a steroid without the steroid side effects. Also, it's more effective than most other asthma medicines I have used. The best natural remedy I've tried so far.

I am impressed with your staff's knowledge and the help offered. The price of the product is very fair. I plan to do more business in the future with you.

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     Source References

(1) Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America - Asthma
(2) AAAAI - Asthma Statistics
Center for Disease Control - Morbidity & Mortality
PubMed - Bronchial Hyperresponsiveness
Medline Plus - Quick Relief Drugs
(6) Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America - Asthma Treatments
Wikipedia - Beta2-adrenergic agonist

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