Respiratory illness is one of the leading causes of death during a disaster. This makes having a desktop nebulizer on hand – at home – a must-have!
Nebulizers allow medicine to enter into the lungs via a very fine mist that not only treats any infection within the lungs but also gets it into the body on a systemic level.
Nebulizing can improve respiratory symptoms in literally a few hours. You can also use it as a preventive strategy if you’ve been exposed to someone who is ill.
It’s a valuable substitute to administer treatments when an IV isn’t possible… esp. now that many realize the hospital is no longer the safest of places for our loved ones.
If someone cannot hold down fluids – they throw up every medicine you try to give them, and there isn’t any medical help available. What can you do?
There are several truly safe, natural ways to do this without drugs. Here are just 2 of them.
1. Nebulized Nano Silver:
Dr. Brandon Nielsen teaches us in 2 minutes.
Nanosilver is nebulized in very small amounts, but is used orally in considerably higher amounts.
He is holding a nebulizer like this one.
- Fill the nebulizer medicine cup to the 2 ml. level marked on the cup with non-diluted nanosilver. This is what we use. (I am not speaking of colloidal silver here.)
- Set up the nebulizer per directions and turn it on. Use the appropriate mask, inhale deeply, and if possible hold it for a second before exhaling.
- Spend 6-7 minutes 1-2 times a day for prevention OR 3-5 times a day when in an acute situation. For lung regeneration, watch above video for specifics from 1:45.
- Handwash the mask for the next person so all is ready at the instant you need it again.
- Do not use homemade silver. The particles are too large.
Nanosilver has been used in treatment of severe burns, surgical infections and ulcers, and NASA used silver for water purification on their space shuttles.
***A 2009 DOD study found that Nanosilver Inhibits Ebola Virus! Many think the hemmorhagic fever happening in China is a form of Ebola.
2. Nebulizing Glutathione
Low glutathione levels or low GSH levels are associated with over 72 diseases or conditions and is a major biological player when it comes to dealing with viral infections.
Nebulizing glutathione could certainly help long-term lung issues or acute lung issues. Dr. Justin Marchegiani. 7 minutes.
Glutathione is made primarily in your liver and found in virtually every human cell. It’s the body’s master antioxidant and arguably the most potent barrier against disease, toxins, and mutation.
Over 126,000 scientific studies on Glutathione are recorded in PubMed, the official U.S. library of medical research. They reveal the remarkable role glutathione plays support of optimal health and function. They also show the terrible consequences of low glutathione levels, and how those lower levels accelerate the aging process.
Inhaled Glutathione is used to treat:
- Cystic Fibrosis
- Mold (with the exception of black mold Stachybotrys chartarum, a toxic mold that infects the lungs – see warning below)
- Long-hauler inflammatory symptoms
“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)
- Set up your nebulizer.
- Break 1 capsule open and empty content into nebulizer cup. Add 5 ml (~1 tsp.) pure distilled water or preferably 5 ml of this saline solution. Let stand or agitate briefly until the solution is perfectly clear. It’s now ready to use.
- Treatment lasts ~4 minutes.
- 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 from 2:00 for more nuance.
Glutathione has a characteristic sulfur or egg smell. This is normal. The product has not gone bad.
TIPS: The capsules should separate easily by gently squeezing on each end and twisting. If you have trouble gripping the capsule in your fingers, a tablet cutter or straight razor can be helpful. Add powder into nebulizer cup BEFORE the liquid.
We know Tylenol after vaccination lowers critically-needed glutathione; nebulizing glutathione helps restore it again and would be helpful after vaccination. It certainly wouldn’t hurt anything!
While I would never choose to vaccinate a child (because I have seen SO much vaccine-injury), nebulizing glutathione immediately can help a baby/child begin to detox the nasty toxins adjuvants the shots contain. Unless, of course, they have MTHFR, which means they have impaired detox pathways.
I would recommend having everything you need beforehand, so that you can treat yourself or your family at a moment’s notice. You don’t want to wait days for your order to arrive to start treatment. (Saline, nebulizer, nano-silver or glutathione).
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