2 weeks after I started that product I added one more product for my breathing and the Doctor told me to nebulize it 4 times a day. The results were felt almost immediately. I was astonished at how fresh the air felt once again (like when I was 21 lol) I also joined this company as it is free to join through December 30 ( and I also get a discount). It is also a precursor to glutathione. This product is a miracle for me. I no longer require rescue inhalers every 6 hrs., no steroids or steroid inhalers! If I have to use my rescue it’s 1/2 dose watered down with hypotonic sea water, and now, most days, I don’t even need it. I can exercise. I am breathing at night, sleeping, no anxiety and this is honestly what helped me the quickest! This helped me more than any natural product I have ever tried in my life. I also wanted Inhaled Glutathione which is available at http:// and other compounding pharmacies. My naturopath told me that she used it for asthma and it didn’t work for her. It works wonders for some however. I now believe that a precursor to stimulate the glutathione in my own body is most effective. You can purchase glutathione but it doesn’t as your body will simply digest it and it will be eliminated. Too many studies have been done on the subject. I even took NAC supplements but they didn’t work at all. Here is the site for the spray, please read the testimonials. I hope it’s ok to put the web site on here. If not, please excuse me. I just want everyone with this horrible illnes to get free from the devastating side effects of feeling like your suffocating all the time. Here it is: http:///balance
Caveats: This updated Cochrane review represents an important shift, adding 7 studies and altering the definition of bronchiolitis to mean a ‘first episode of wheezing’, a modification that standardized the inclusion criteria. Outcome measures were also changed to emphasize patient-centered outcomes such as admission rate and length of stay. The authors support the use of epinephrine in the treatment of outpatient bronchiolitis because of a reduction in hospitalization noted with the first 24 hours of treatment . In the 2004 version of the review no statistically apparent benefit of epinephrine was identified, and in the current review the benefit was not apparent at 7 days. However it seems quite possible that this was due to power and quality constraints in the studies reporting the 7 day outcome, which were smaller and less rigorous than studies reporting the 24-hour outcome.
One important update was including the synergistic effects of epinephrine and steroid to lower hospitalization rate, as reported in a single study. Additional studies are needed to replicate these results and to define the optimal combinations under specific conditions.
From this review, epinephrine appears helpful when administered early in disease
progression, . in the outpatient/emergency department setting, although inpatient use
did not appear to provide any significant or identifiable benefits.
Advair (Fluticasone + Salmeterol) : The original combination inhaler is still the most popular. Basically it combines a steroid with a long acting beta adrenergic (LABA). The steroid controls inflammation while the LABA keeps your lungs relaxed around the clock. The combination of these medicines has worked wonders for many asthmatics. The best part of this medicine is all you need to do is take one puff in the morning and one before bed. This greatly improves complaince, and that alone I think has benefited many asthmatics.