Respiratory Issues

Fungi, Bacteria and Virus from the air we breathe and from the mucosa of our sinuses, can make their way down your esophagus and into your lungs. Unfortunately the lungs offer a very good environment for the growth of these pathogens.

The deep moist recesses of your lungs are an ideal breeding ground for microbes. Some of them directly digest and destroy lung tissue, some use the cell machinery for their own replication forcing the white blood cells to digest your own cellular tissue, and some produce endotoxins, which irritate the lungs and cause histamine allergic reactions.

Unfortunately, once they are established, they are very difficult to treat. The airborne pathogens are on the air side of your lungs. Your immunity system cannot reach them as well as it can reach bacteria and virus on the blood side. Therefore your lungs will produce phlegm and the cilia which move this up, and cause you to cough it up. This normal and automatic bodily reaction is the most effective means that your body has to expel the invading microbes. Unfortunately, it is not very efficient and it can be uncomfortable.

Since the microbes are predominantly on the air side, taking systemic drugs will have a rather limited effect since they utilize the circulatory system to reach the site of infection. Moreover, antibiotics, antifungals and antivirals can be extremely hard on your body and leave you weakened and cause organ damage.

The most direct way to treat and kill the invading pathogens is to introduce a regimen of applying an antimicrobial directly on top of where they are replicating. This antimicrobial will ideally kill virus, bacteria and fungus. In this way, the total dose that is required is far less than taking systemic oral drugs.

Systemic oral drugs would be diluted throughout your entire body. Applying the antimicrobial directly onto the air side of the lungs requires a much smaller dose and so is more effective and more efficient.

Treating Respiratory Issues Naturally

The Nature’s Rite Respiratory Relief product is a broad-spectrum antimicrobial. It kills bacteria, virus and fungus. It is an aqueous silver colloid enhanced with a surfactant and a natural essential oil.

When it is administered by means of a nebulizer, the tiny droplets of liquid deliver the powerful enhanced aqueous silver colloid directly to the site of the infection. This allows the required tissue density (more than 10 micrograms per milliliter) to be achieved directly at the site of the infection without having to consume large amounts of the antimicrobial throughout the entire body.

The Respiratory Relief product is actually so safe and non-toxic to humans that you could drink several bottles with no noticeable negative effects. But the effect on the microbes is a completely different story. This antimicrobial takes time to kill (10 to 20 minutes), but it will kill hundreds of millions of bacteria during that time. The kill ratios for fungus and virus are slightly lower, but equally as impressive.

Inhaling the liquid micro-droplets deep into your lungs is the key to successful treatment. Keeping your tongue flat in your mouth and breathing deep, slow breaths for 10 minutes during each sitting is important. We usually suggest administering 3 to 4 milliters at the rate of 3 to 4 times per day or more often if warranted or desired. With this treatment regimen it can’t be overdone.

This protocol will effectively treat most infections in a few days. It is important to continue it with once or twice a day administrations for a few days after the symptoms have abated, in order to make sure that the offending microbes have been completely eradicated.

Most of the common winter viral and bacterial cases of bronchitis will respond to this. Tougher fungal infections and some virus may take a week to respond.

It is important to note that there are some mycobacterium that are so resistant and that cause such necrosis, they are difficult to eradicate after they have gotten to the point of having been resident for several months.

Mycobacterium Avium and Abscessus are considered incurable, since they do not respond well to any antibiotics including Rifampin. However, clinical studies have shown significant long-term remission of these bacilli. Return to a negative sputum assay has been achieved in two to three months of therapy. Mycobacterium Tuberculosis is less resistant and will likely go into remission within a couple of weeks.

Note: It is important to administer the Nature’s Rite Respiratory Relief product with a nebulizer that produces micro-dropplets in the 3 to 10 micron range. They must be small enough to successfully navigate the esophageal bend and large enough not to be expelled when the inhalation is released as an exhalation.

It is also important to understand that the administration of this product with a vaporizer that uses heat (evaporation) will not work at all. The vaporizer will heat and drive off only the water, leaving the essential silver undispensed.