Currently, the most talked about natural herbal remedy is Butterbur. Many of the active components of Butterbur is linked to smoothing muscle spasms and act as an anti-inflammatory. It should be noted that Butterbur is a shrub from the ragweed family and should be avoided if you have ragweed allergies. Another option is yoga. Yoga teaches how to both control breathing and breathe deeper.
A couple of other ways to get athsma relief naturally are to inhale salt water (boil salted water, then put a towel over your head and the bowl and just breathe the vapor deeply) and to breathe shower steam (let your shower run as hot as possible for 10-15 minutes with the door and curtain closer to built up steam, then stick your head in and breathe). Both of these can be done without buying anything and will open up your airways to help you breathe cleaner.
There are many natural remedies that can help to protect against asthma attacks. Licorice syrup is known to be able to treat coughs and reduce the incidence of asthma attacks. I have also read that cranberries can help to control outburts, as well.
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