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Bronchitis Treatment

Overview

Bronchitis is a respiratory disease associated with the lungs that are caused by inflammation in the bronchial tubes. The bronchial tube is a tube connecting the lungs to a respiratory organ called the larynx. This bronchial tube is a ventilated tube to carry air from the mouth and nose to the lungs through which air is taken in and out from the nose and mouth to the lungs. In bronchitis, the lining of the person's bronchial tube is inflamed. The bronchial tubes become swollen and shrink due to which the ability of the sufferer to receive air and oxygen from the lungs is reduced. Cough is the most prominent symptom of bronchitis in which the person's breathing and lungs become weak and the lungs may be damaged.

Bronchitis is a viral infection that causes a person to suffer from short to long periods causing difficulty in breathing. Bronchitis is a type of stimulation in which the cells of the tissue lining the bronchial tubes are highly stimulated by normal volume and start producing more and thick mucus. This mucus starts to accumulate in the bronchial tubes by which the bronchial walls are unable to take out the accumulated mucus from the person's body. In the condition of bronchitis, a person's lungs and bronchial tubes function get blocked and the person has to face many problems related to breathing.

Research

Jain’s cow urine therapy clinic aims for a happy and healthy life by integrating ancient Ayurvedic knowledge with modern technology. Our therapy means cow urine including Ayurveda works on a person’s three doshas that are- The Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. These tri-energies maintain our health, any imbalance in these doshas, is responsible for human’s health and disease. We are glad to say that we have seen so many positive results through our treatment. Thousands of people got rid of many diseases after taking our treatment.

Our patients not only put an end to their disease but also live a disease-free healthy life forever. This is the reason why people are getting attention towards our therapy. Our years of research in Ayurvedic treatments have helped us advance our methodology. We aim to reach as many people as we can to build a healthy and happy society all over the world.

Effective Treatment By Cow Urine Therapy

Some herbs function to rejuvenate body defects (Vata, bile and phlegm) which cause bronchitis if they are disproportionate, according to the cow urine therapeutic approach. There are many helpful ingredients in certain Ayurvedic medicines to treat them. It increases the body's metabolism.

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Key herbs which makes the treatement more effective

Mulethi

It can relieve cough, bronchitis and even reduce the symptoms of chronic asthma because of its expectorant and bronchodilator characteristics. It also loosens and thins the mucus that obstructs the airways and helps to alleviate inflammation by coughing to encourage its removal.

Haldi

Haldi helps the body naturally cleanse the respiratory tract, helps fight the infection and its anti-inflammatory qualities relieve individuals from the direct impact of cold and flu. Haldi has an effective property named curcumin. This agent can also reduce respiratory inflammation.

Tulsi

Camphene, cineole and eugenol present in tulsi help to reduce cold and congestion in the chest and effective in bronchitis influenza, cough, and cold. These extracts of tulsi help to keep the bronchial airway passages clear.

Kantakari

In extracting the scum of Kapha from the bronchial tubes, Kantkari is very effective in oxygenating the blood and relieving symptoms of bronchitis and providing a person with solace.

Bilva Patra

It contains tannins, flavonoids and coumarins types of chemicals. These chemicals help to reduce inflammation (swelling). This might assist in dealing with bronchitis and other situations.

Pippli

Pippli has the activities of decongestant, bronchodilator and expectorant. Due to its Kapha balancing property, Pippli is very useful for bronchitis. Because of its expectorant property, it helps release mucus from the air passages, thereby allowing the human to breathe easier.

Kutki

Kutki's anti-inflammatory effect is used for immune reactions and hypersensitivity to environmental allergens. It is also used in bronchitis for its expectorant properties. In the respiratory system, Kutki has demonstrated the ability to reduce the severity and longevity of bronchitis.

Sonth

Sonth has anti-inflammatory properties that can help those swollen bronchial tubes and fight nasal congestion. It can also help reduce airway inflammation and inhibit airway contraction.

Triphala

In bronchitis, Triphala has been shown to relieve bronchial hyperreactivity. Enhancing the respiratory and immune systems is also an effective benefit of this herb.

Kali Mirch

Kali Mirch is beneficial for cough and respiratory problems due to its antitussive (relieving cough) and bronchodilator properties. By using Kali Mirch one gets relief from throat problems and cough. It also helps in fighting nasal congestion.

Cow Milk

Cow milk contains nutrients such as probiotics, vitamin D and immunoglobulins that strengthen the immune system thus reducing the risk of bronchitis. It also helps reduce infection of the lungs.

Cow Milk curd

Lung tissues are encouraged to remain healthier by the healthy bacteria present in cow milk curd. Specifically, it can promote the development of interleukin cells and reducing the risk of inflammation of bronchitis.

Gomay Ras

Gomay ras induces a transient low inflammatory state in the lungs that dampens the response of the immune system to bronchitis in some way.

Cow Ghee

Not only does cow ghee keep the body healthy, but it also treats typical issues of cold, cough and breathing. Ghee is high in antioxidants and assists in the digestion of nutrients and vitamins from other ingredients.

Amla Green

It has a very high vitamin C content that tends to enhance immunity and respiratory resistance. In minimizing the severity of bronchitis, its anti-inflammatory properties play a critical role. Amla is a perfect tonic for reinforcing and nourishing the lungs and the entire respiratory tract (which is a big seat of Kapha in the body) and controls the moisture balance in the lungs.

Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha provides a range of health benefits to reducing inflammation and anxiety. The analgesic and antioxidant properties of ashwagandha are used for treating viral infection, bronchitis, cough, and cold symptoms. Ashwagandha root extract could enhance a person's cardiorespiratory endurance.

Dalchini Powder

One of the key active components of this herb, cinnamaldehyde, can help combat different forms of lung infection. It has been shown to treat respiratory tract infections caused by fungi successfully. This helps clear phlegm from the throat and strengthens the immune system.

Elaichi Powder

It has an active ingredient called cineole that is antimicrobial and antiseptic and helps prevent any bacterial infection that could affect the lungs directly or indirectly. This is particularly useful for individuals who suffer from bronchitis and have choked respiratory passages.

Shatavari

Shatavari might be beneficial in the management of bronchitis. It has antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory properties. It reduces the inflammation of the lungs. This dilates the air passages and improves breathing.

Gojala

We use gojala in our cow-urine therapy, basically it means cow-urine extract, the main component in our medicine. This extract is made of the urine of the indigenous breeds of cow. Gojala has its own benefits because it’s beyond the possibility of any kind of contamination. It has high quality and is abundant. When gojala mixed with ayurvedic herbs it becomes more effective to treat any disease and favourable to the consequence of the particular disease. This extract is superimly tested and that’s why it’s more trustable and beneficial as well.

Quality of Life

Treatment of cow urine brings suitable fitness and retains the level of doshas. These days as a result of our treatment people are constantly enhancing their health. It improves the quality in their everyday life. Ayurvedic drug treatments alongside cow urine can function as complementary therapy to reduce various aftereffects which come from the usage of heavy doses, intellectual strain, radiations and chemotherapies. We guide people, a way to stay a glad and tension free life with an untreatable disease if any. Thousands of humans live a balanced life after taking our remedy and it’s a massive fulfilment for us to give them a lifestyle they dream of.

Complication Prevention

Cow urine, which is often claimed to be good for diseases like bronchitis, has a special place in Ayurveda. Our years of meticulous work prove that with our ayurvedic herbs certain symptoms of bronchitis almost disappear. Our patients feel a big relief in swelling of windpipe, cough, chest pain, sore throat and pain, runny nose, breathing issues, chills and fever, physical weakness and tiredness, control and balance hormonal and chemical changes in the body, improve the patient’s immune system that works favourably for other bronchitis complications.

Life Expectancy

If we speak about life expectancy, cow urine therapy itself is a lot of optimism. Any disorder, whether minor or critical, has a bad influence on the human body and persists for a period of years, often for life. Life expectancy is short until the condition is identified, but not with cow-urine treatment. Not only does our ancient medicine comfort the illness, but it also enhances the life of the man without leaving any contaminants in his body and this is our ultimate purpose.

 Reducing Drug Dependency

“Sarve bhavantu sukhinah, Sarve santu niramayah, Sarve bhadrani pashyantu, Maa kaschit dukha bhag-bhavet”, it means let all be cheerful, let all be loose from sickness, let all see the reality, may no-one revel in struggling. By means of following this motto we need our society to be like this. Our remedy accomplishes this by means of giving reliable remedy, improving life expectancy and lowering drug dependency of affected people. In this contemporary society, our remedy has more benefits and fewer drawbacks than any existing medicinal solutions.

Reducing Recurrence Chances

In comparison to a wide range of medical practices, we focus on the root cause of the disease and the factors that may increase the chance of disease recurrence, not just the management of the disease. By using this method, we have successfully reduced the recurrence rate and pointed out a new direction for people's lives so that people can live better emotionally and physically.

Causes of Bronchitis

Many causes and risk factors can be responsible for any type of bronchitis which are as follows -

  • Genetic factors

One of the reasons for the people who suffer from bronchitis may be their genetic condition. Most people who have chronic bronchitis disease may be responsible for genetic factors. Lack of alpha-1 antitrypsin cause in the person is due to their heredity which can give rise to bronchitis. Also, a family history of a lung disease called COPD and allergies increase the risk of bronchitis.

  • Viral infection

Viral infections due to contact with viruses or bacteria cause bronchitis. These bacteria are those which cause a person to have a flu-like cough, cold, fever and sore throat.

  • Smoking

Individuals who smoke excessively may develop bronchitis. The stimulants involved in bidi, cigarettes and harmful fumes emanating from cigars infect a person's lungs and cause inflammation in the bronchial tube.

  • Air pollution

Any type of smoke in the atmosphere that comes out of cigarettes, vehicles, chemical factories, incense sticks or burning waste materials, dust mites reaches through the bronchial tube to our lungs and blocks our breathing process. Due to which the problem of breathing, stretch and swelling etc. starts. The lungs start getting infected and cause the problem of bronchitis.

  • Bacterial infection

Infections by bacteria such as Mycoplasma pneumonia, Bordetella pertussis and Chlamydia pneumonia can increase the risk of bronchitis. Although cases of bronchitis from bacterial infections are very rare they can also contribute to developing bronchitis.

  • Chemical and toxic gases exposure

Due to frequent exposure to many types of gases like chlorine, hydrogen, sulfur dioxide, ammonia and some chemicals like asbestos, strong acids, arsenic compounds, pesticides etc. harmful substances go inside our body and affect the bronchial tube and a person starts getting chronic bronchitis disease.

  • Lung disease

Lung related diseases like asthma or emphysema can help to develop bronchitis. People with asthma may develop acute bronchitis. Most people with emphysema which is a resistant disease of the lungs may have chronic bronchitis.

  • Inherent illnesses

Many underlying disease processes that are permanently located inside the body may be responsible for causing bronchitis disease. These can help develop chronic bronchitis disease especially those that have this disease with congestive heart failure, asthma, cystic fibrosis, immunodeficiency etc.
 

Prevention from Bronchitis

Bronchitis disease can be avoided by the person by following measures-

  • One should quit excessive smoking habits.
  • A person should protect himself from exposure to harmful chemicals.
  • One should protect himself from viral infection.
  • If a person has any kind of allergy, he should avoid coming into contact with these allergens.
  • A person should avoid any kind of polluted smoke, dust, dirt etc. and the nose and mouth should be covered well while going out.
  • One should do exercises, pranayam, yoga etc. related to the bronchial tubes and lungs.
  • A person should drink plenty of water to prevent the mucus from thickening.
  • One should use a humidifier that maintains moisture in the air which helps the person to get the mucus out of the lungs.
  • To dilute the mucus, reduce the volume and take it out of the body, a person should consume the following beverages-
  • Hot lemonade
  • Herbal tea
  • Hot barley soup
  • Tea made of black pepper, basil and cloves.

Symptoms of Bronchitis

All types of bronchitis in a person can have the following symptoms -

  • Swelling of the person's windpipe
  • Frequent cough and saliva with cough
  • Wheezing sounds
  • Chest pain especially while coughing and taking long breaths
  • Nasal congestion or runny nose
  • Sore throat and pain in the throat while speaking
  • A person having difficulty breathing.
  • Chills and fever
  • Aching muscles
  • Physical weakness and fatigue
  • Mucus congestion and trouble getting out of the body

 

Types of Bronchitis

Bronchitis is mainly divided into two parts based on time and condition -

  • Acute (acute) Bronchitis

Acute bronchitis is a form of bronchitis that occurs in a person's body for a short-term state. Acute bronchitis is also known as a chest cold. Acute bronchitis has a duration of one to three weeks. In most cases, it is due to a cough caused by a cold or flu in which a person has a cough with mucus, fever and some discomfort in the chest. A person suffering from acute bronchitis is troubled by a cough lasting several weeks. Air pollution, chemical contact and bacterial infections can be the causes to affect a person with acute bronchitis.

  • Chronic (chronic) Bronchitis

A person who has chronic bronchitis comes under it. Chronic bronchitis is a long-standing shrinkage and inflammation in the person's bronchial tubes. It is a type of chronic obstructive lung disease (COPD) in which there is swelling and irritation in the bronchial tubes and excess of mucus. This swelling and mucus block the efficiency of the work of moving oxygen and carbon dioxide in and out of the lungs which causes the person to have difficulty breathing. In chronic bronchitis, a person's cough may last for months.

Complications of Bronchitis

A person suffering from bronchitis may face various complications which are -

  • Severe cough and severe breathing problems
  • Decreased immunity of the sufferer
  • Respiratory failure due to severe chronic bronchitis
  • Infectious lung diseases like pneumonia, tuberculosis and black cough
  • Development of chronic obstructive lung disease (COPD)
  • Decreased physical energy and feeling tired
  • Level of normal water content in the body decreases.

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