Wildfire smoke and acrid air pollution seem to be a part of life in certain places in recent years. Now, we must add the Canadian wildfire smoke which have been affecting the north central and northeastern U.S. carried down on the winds.
Nebulizing for Wild Fire Smoke Exposure & Air Pollution
Many people find that toxins and ultrafine particulate in the smoke cause lung and sinus irritation, decreased oxygen levels, asthmatic attacks, bronchitis and can lead to chronic lung disease. Some Medical offices now offer nebulized glutathione during wild fire events (ranging between $50-$100 per treatment), protecting the whole respiratory tract from the oxidative stress.
Many of the critical roles of glutathione have to do with detoxification:
Dr. Mark Hyman, MD explains, “The secret of its power is the sulfur (SH) chemical group it contains. Sulfur is a sticky, smelly molecule. Its acts like fly paper and all the bad things in the body stick onto it, including free radicals and toxins like mercury and other heavy metals. Normally, glutathione is recycled in the body, except when the toxic load becomes too great”. (source)
You can save money and easily nebulize glutathione at home just as millions did using hydrogen peroxide and saline during Covid. I believe every family would be wise to own a nebulizer and be aware of 4 Nebulizer Treatments You Can Do at Home to Stay Out of the Hospital.
Dr. Justin Marchegiani explains the treatment. Excellent 7 minutes.
Inhaled Glutathione is used to treat:
- long-hauler inflammatory symptoms
- Smoke inhalation
- Cystic Fibrosis
- mold, allergies
- and even Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and Frontotemporal Degeneration!!
Glutathione is also known to degrade toxic graphene oxide which is known to be added to the Covid shot(s). Glutathione helps lower high oxidative stress levels when cellular functions are affected by graphene oxide.
Glutathione (GSH) is safe and beneficial in pregnancy:
- GSH detoxifies chemicals that cause birth defects into less toxic forms
- GSH protects both mother and fetus from damaging effects of oxidative stress and free radicals (source)
- Set up your nebulizer.
- First, break open 1 capsule Thera-naturals Reduced L-Glutathione Plus and empty content into nebulizer cup. (see product instructions here)
- Next, add 3-5 ml (under 1 tsp.) pure distilled water OR preferably 3-5 ml (under 1 tsp.) of this saline solution.
- Let stand or agitate briefly until the solution is perfectly clear. It’s now ready to use.
- Treatment lasts ~4-5 minutes.
- You can nebulize with glutathione up to 4 times a day or just as needed. Listen to your body.
- Don’t waste it. Turn off the motor if you aren’t actively nebulizing. Wash mask between people with hot soapy water.
- Watch the video above from 2:00 for more nuance.
TIPS: Glutathione has a characteristic sulfur or egg smell. This is normal. The product has not gone bad. The capsules should separate easily by gently squeezing on each end and twisting. Add powder into nebulizer cup BEFORE the liquid.
Oral or IV glutathione will not be as effective for treating lungs as nebulized glutathione.
“Warning: If you have been exposed to the black mold Stachybotrys chartarum (a toxic mold that infects the lungs) and have a lung infection suspected or diagnosed to be related, it is not recommended that you nebulize (oral is okay) with glutathione until the mold is treated by a medical professional via antifungals. The black mold appears to absorb the free glutathione very readily through its slime head and protects itself from the normal human immune response.” (Source)
Children usually instinctively know nebulizing helps them after just a few minutes.
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