Australia does not have as much magnesium in water, soil etc as other parts of the world.
Magnesium deficiency is a factor in asthma, smooth muscle function etc (something that was well known and researched in 80s-90s).
Melbourne is magnesium deficient. For example, magnesium has been getting stripped out of Melb water over last decade, while chloroform has nearly doubled in the water in some areas.
Also the increasing chemical/industrial pollutants in the air from petro-chemical, military/RAAF, industry etc. Melbourne is a low lying/sea level area and the dense pressure system that accompanies thunderstorms, plus still air (insufficient ventilation) forces all those chemicals down. They’re not dispersed. Not dissimilar to chlorine poisoning (and herbicides that damage vegetation) that’s gone on in various wars.
The pollen theory – more specifically the breakdown of pollens – has not been substantiated/proven.
Instead of manipulating and modifying people to fit toxic environments so as to generate new revenue streams, bolster health with basic building blocks such as magnesium, potassium etc, and address the poisons in the atmosphere at real, practical level.
Btw, magnesium is also one of those basic elements that’s protective against various cancers. Is essential for lots of bodily functions.
Lightning produces ozone, which is a lung irritant. See: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11493720
Despite any possible benefits, marijuana also has enormous risks for asthmatics, especially if you smoke it. Since, it can increase inflammation, making your asthma symptoms worse.
When you smoke marijuana, there are components called bullae that can build up in your lungs. These are large air sacs that can eventually disrupt your breathing. Manage your asthma proactively with RoundGlass Breathe
There is much misinformation about cannabis, which has been found to be helpful for asthma. See: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1099949
I’d go to Australia to help with trials. May this team find a cure/switch to immune response. I’m feeling hopeful.
Cannabis may help its an anti-inflammatory. In my own personal experience if I have a cough sometimes I’ll smoke weed and it clears my chest and opens my airwaves. I know a lot of people will dismiss this but do your research before you do it has helped me so no reason why I will not help others
I agree. Since moving from London to Amsterdam where cannabis is regulated, my repeat prescriptions of Symbicort has gone down and now I take it once per day instead of 3 (due to attacks). Only thing that has changed is more and better Cannabis. 13 years proof out of 25 Years of Smoking.
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