Pulmonary fibrosis– Natural treatment
The natural treatment for pulmonary fibrosis recommended by Hekma Center consists of 6 different medicinal herbs and natural substances: withania somnifera, Trifolium Pratense, Extract of Curcuma longa, DGL (extract of liquorice), Centella asiatica, Panax ginseng, in addition to Can.21 product (a mixture of 21 medicinal herbs and natural substances), and Rhamnus frangula honey with Royal Jelly. The patient will also receive a list of important daily instructions to do at home. Many scientific studies have proved the effectiveness of these herbs in treating pulmonary fibrosis naturally without side effects. This treatment is tested and highly recommended by specialist of Hekma Center. (for detailed information about each product and for references you can click on the name of the herb).
Method of use: Doses should be taken according to the detailed table below. Take capsules before, with or after a meal in the morning, afternoon, or in the evening.
Duration of treatment: 30 days.
The therapeutic package contains 3 boxes of Can.21 product(a mixture of 21 medicinal herbs and natural substances) and 1 bottle of each of the following herbs: Withania somnifera, Trifolium Pratense, Extract of Curcuma longa, DGL (extract of liquorice), Centella asiatica, Panax ginseng (each bottle contains 100 capsules), in addition to 500g of Rhamnus frangula honey with Royal Jelly. This therapeutic package is sufficient for 30 days. The patient’s condition will improve gradually during this period of time until he gains full recovery. The patient will need to order another treatment package depending on his health condition and in prior arrangement with our crew. He must keep contact with our staff once every 2 weeks for follow up. It is very important to abide by the given instructions during this treatment period.
This treatment is 100% natural and does not have side effects. It is intended for people suffering from pulmonary fibrosis only. If you have other health conditions, please contact us through our email for consultation so we can prescribe a treatment that best suits your condition. The therapeutic package for Pulmonary fibroids is suitable for both males and females.
Therapeutic package price after discount: 730$.
Price does not include shipping and delivery charges. Shipping and delivery charges are determined according to the buyer address.
For browsing and reading about these herbal products, please click on the name of the herb: Withania somnifera, Trifolium Pratense, Extract of Curcuma longa, DGL extract of liquorice, Centella asiatica, Panax ginseng, Can.21 product, and Rhamnus frangula honey with Royal Jelly.
Natural treatment recommended by Hekma Center:
|Vitan (Withania somnifera)||1 caps. * 3 times|
|Tilt (Trifolium Pratense)||1 caps. * 3 times|
|TKR (Curcuma longa)||1 caps. * 3 times|
|DGL (extract of Liquorice)||1 caps. * 2 times|
|E-GOTO (Centella asiatica)||1 caps. * 2 times|
|K.G1 (Panax ginseng)||1 cup * 3 times|
|Rhamnus frangula honey with Royal Jelly||1tsp * 2 times|
|Can.21 (30 sachets contain: Moringa oleifera, Methyl Sulfonyl Methane, Silybum Marianum, Rumex Crispus, Punica Granatum, Taraxacum officinalis, Echinacea Purpurea, Ginko Biloba, Astragalus Membranaceus, Convolvulus Arvensis, Urtica Urens, Olea Europaea, Ulmus Rubra, Tanacetum Parthenium, Galium Aparine, Calendula officinalis, Rosmarinus officinalis, Artemisia Judaica, Cuminum Cyminum, Zinc picolinate, Folic acid.||1 sachet * 3 times|
Note: If the patient have difficulty administering the sachets, he can contact our staff and take a replacement treatment with capsules. You would have capsules of each one of the herbs included in can.21 product individually.
Note 2: If the patient has severe inflammations in the respiratory system, it is recommended that he adds propolis (AK product) to the package.
Pulmonary fibrosis (cystic fibrosis)
Pulmonary fibrosis (PF) is a random division of fibroblasts into many parts which causes scarring of the lung tissue. In pulmonary fibrosis, the scarring of tissue prevails over the other cells (air sacs) and limits its functioning, which negatively affect the essential function of the lungs; hence, causing shortness of breath and less oxygen supply to body organs.
Pulmonary fibrosis is a hereditary disease that causes increased production of secretions in the respiratory system, digestive system, reproductive system and lymph nodes (such as pancreas and sweat glands). The disease is most common among white people. The severity of the disease varies from one patient to another and is determined by the extent of harm it causes to the lungs. Most patients with pulmonary fibrosis die at a young age (usually until 35) due to disease aggravation that causes accumulated functional disorders which cannot be prevented.
Causes for pulmonary fibrosis:
1- CFTR protein damage (Cystic Fibrosis Transmembrane conductance regulator). The genes that cause pulmonary fibrosis are responsible for the proper production of a protein that regulates the transfer of chloride ions and sodium ions through cell membrane; Therefore, a damage to the production of this protein causes dehydration and increases the amount and viscosity of gland secretions. Recently, it has been found that additional mutations of the gene may cause dyspepsia, pancreatic insufficiency, hyperlipidemia and Crohn’s disease.
2- It may happen due to an old inflammation of the lungs, or due to constant exposure to triggers.
3- It may happen as an adverse effect of certain drugs and medications.
4- Smoking is one of the main causes of pulmonary fibrosis.
5- Some disease like rheumatism may cause pulmonary fibrosis.
Symptoms of pulmonary fibrosis:
1- A damage in CFTR protein, which is found in the internal walls of the lungs, digestive system and exocrine glands (glands which secrete fluids that protect organs and remove contaminants like the pancreas, bile ducts, and sweat glands).
2- Respiratory system: obstruction of bronchi and vesicles (small airway) due to excessive secretions which may lead to a defect in oxygen transfer to the blood and cause infections. This obstruction would eventually lead to curving fingertips and skin blueness, chronic cough with phlegm, wheezing, vomiting, sleep disorders, bronchitis, swollen chest (keg like).
3- Digestive system: intestinal obstruction in infants. This obstruction is caused by the first stool (fetal feces – meconium). Stool in newborn babies with pulmonary fibrosis is usually more thick and comes out slowly; therefore, it may cause intestinal obstruction, perforation, and / or torsion of the intestinal wall.
4- Reproductive system: infertility especially in men. pulmonary fibrosis decreases sperm count and sometimes even causes nonproduction of sperm. In women however, there might be a decrease in fertility due to the secretions in in the cervix and/or due to pregnancy complications.
5- Weight gain in infants: the damage in pancreas causes dysfunction of protein and lipid absorption which can lead to dyspepsia, flatulence, large feces with pungent odor, slow growth, excessive appetite, muscle weakness.
6- Deficiency in vitamins A, D, E, and K which may cause night blindness, bone weakness, anemia, and disorders in blood clotting.
7- Weight loss: most patient are underweight due to poor absorption and chronic diarrhea.
8- Growth disorders: slow development mainly in the second decade, accompanied by poor physical endurance and poor sexual development.
9- Diabetes: can result from damage to the pancreas which may cause lack of insulin production.
10- Hepatic inflammation: can be caused due to bile duct obstruction. Complications of inflammation can cause liver cirrhosis.
11- Excessive sweating: as a result of an increased secretions, there is an increase in the loss of salts and fluids which can cause dehydration. Symptoms may include: fatigue, vomiting, abdominal pain and muscle cramps.
Advices for patients with pulmonary fibrosis:
1- Drink plenty of water, at least 2 liters a day.
2- Eat foods that help reduce phlegm such as: onions, garlic, swedes, radish, oat, sprouts and red clover.
3- Eat food that helps expectorate phlegm such as: honey, apricots, papaya, Persimmon, and leafy greens like lettuce, watercress, mallow, jaw’s mallow, spinach, and celery.
4- Eat foods high in protein such as: legumes, nuts, soybeans, fish, quinoa, and rice.
5- Eat plenty of vegetables and leafy greens and orange vegetables like carrots, pumpkins and sweet potatoes. Also eat foods high in vitamin C like kiwi, guava, and red pepper.
6- Eat fruits and whole grains high in antioxidants. It is also recommended that you drink fresh vegetable and fruit juices.
7- Eat vegetables that have anti-inflammatory properties such as garlic and onions of different kinds.
8- Drink rosemary tea and inhale rosemary vapor (ask our staff for instructions).
9- Drink salvia tea, fennel tea, cinnamon tea, licorice tea, and ginger tea.
10- Eat one crushed clove of garlic with a spoon full of honey in the morning and another one in the evening.
11- Eat 1tbsp of ground fresh cumin twice a day.
12- Drink a solution of ¼tsp of sodium bicarbonate dissolved in 250ml of water (1-2 glasses a day) for 1 month.
13- Eat foods high in omega 3 like salmon, sardines, tuna, seafood, flaxseeds and nuts.
14- Eat non-roasted nuts like almonds, pecan, pumpkin seeds, watermelon seeds, and sunflower seeds.
15- To immediately relieve cough you can squeeze one lemon in a glass of water and add 2tsp of honey and mint.
16- Eat 1tbsp of fresh curcuma in the morning and another one in the evening.
17- Mix onion juice with honey together by 1:1 and boil until fume disappears (the process might take over an hour), then turn off fire, wait until it cools and store it in the fridge. Take 3tbsp every day.
18- Eat Reishi mushroom and propolis.
19- Massage the chest area and the lungs with olive oil.
20- Get plenty of rest and sleep, also avoid stress and try to relax more.
21- Do breathing exercise (inhale and exhale) like yoga.
22- Do daily exercise (light sport) and walk at a steady pace.
23- Go to the physiotherapists and do some exercises to get rid of phlegm.
24- Lift the bed or the pillows to make breathing easier and cough less.
25- Disorders in the digestive system and malabsorption in patients with pulmonary fibrosis might cause deficiency in vitamins and minerals. it is recommended to supply your body with extra dosages of these vitamins and minerals preferably from a natural source like Moringa oleifera. Patients with pulmonary fibrosis would most probably have deficiency in vitamins E, D, A, K, B12, and C, and minerals such as selenium, zinc, and magnesium. (note: if you stick to our therapeutic package and abide by the instructions, you would not need to take extra dietary supplements to make up for these deficiencies).
Patients with Pulmonary Fibrosis should avoid the following:
1- Dairy especially that is made of cow milk or powdered milk. Preferably replace it with soy milk, almond milk, or organic goat milk.
2- Red meat especially veal, beef. Also preferably reduce ham and chicken and replace it with fish, seafood, poultry meat ( free pigeons).
3- Refined sugars and saturated fats such as: chocolate, cakes, biscuits, and white sugar.
4- Cigarettes and stay away from polluted air.
5- Stay away from sick people to avoid infections.
6- White flour and foods made of white flour like bread, spaghetti, and pastries because they all make breathing much harder.
7- Citrus fruits (except lemon). Even though it is high in vitamin C , it increases secretion of sputum which increases coughing and makes breathing much harder.
8- Alcohol, soft drinks, sodas and energy drinks.
9- Fast food, processed food, canned food and snacks that contain preservatives and food coloring.
10- Citric acid.
11- Caffeinated beverages such as coffee and Nescafé.
12- Allergenic foods (Corn, banana, pistachios), fried foods, hydrogenated oils, and saturated fats.