Asthma Natural Treatment
Updated: Nov 18, 2019
Today I will share a Natural Remedy for Asthma which came to me in a mysterious way about 20 years or so ago...
About 20 years ago, a child I knew in Ukraine that was suffering from asthma. One day I had a very vivid dream in which child came to me and told that I would/could be the only person to cure her. I remembered the message, but I had no clue as to how I could possibly help her.
Time passed, and eventually, I forgot about the dream. However, about a couple of years later, I attended a birthday party where a woman talked about her child which just so happened to also have asthma. She cured her child's asthma from a healing recipe that was given to her by a monk. I instantly thought about my dream and felt that it was necessary for me to pass the information onto the child I once knew in Ukraine. I flew back to Ukraine and came to visit the child's grandma and explained everything to her. I had finally completed my mission, the rest was in the hands of the grandma.
Many years passed, and eventually, the girl came to visit my family and I in Canada. In one passing conversation, I asked her about her asthma. To which she told me that it was cured using someone’s healing recipe, which I will be delighted to describe below. Can you imagine my thrill?
And here is the recipe:
you will see how simple it is...
no needs for expensive treatments and medication:)
All you need is milk and carrots.
½ glass of freshly squeezed carrot juice combined with ½ glass of warmed milk. Drink in the morning half an hour before breakfast.
Warmed milk preparation: Pour ½ glass of milk in cooking bowl, heat it stirring with spoon until a little white steam starts to evaporate, remove from stove. DO NOT BOIL THE MILK!
You have probably heard a lot about the fact that carrots are very good for vision, but you probably haven’t heard that cough remedies could also be made from carrots! They remove mucus from the lungs.
Carrot juice is rich in vitamin C which helps improve lung capacity and prevent infections, according to Natural News. Carrots are also rich in beta-carotene, antioxidants and minerals with natural sugars to provide the body with energy.