I have a new Magnesium Miracle Story to start your week off. It’s from Bill, an asthma sufferer, in Florida. The “boys” he refers to are two new kittens he adopted recently…
I was having so much allergy/asthma trouble I was sure I would have to give these boys back to the shelter. That was making me sad.
Since beginning the magnesium supplements I have had very little trouble. A bit sniffly some days, but no asthma troubles at all.
Among the worst things that happen when you experience allergic symptoms that develop into an asthma attack is the anticipation — moment to moment – of what will happen with the next breath. For me, my lungs can close up in a matter of a few breathes. Air passages shut off… Very scary stuff.
It gets to where your entire existence is all about each breath, literally. Nothing else matters then.
I am happy to say I won’t have to deal with that any more and I will be able to keep these kittens! This is making me very happy! Thanks so much for the suggestion. I can’t believe this is real. I need to do something to make other asthmatics aware of this. It is amazing!
The reason magnesium helped him was most likely because it relaxed the lungs and the air passage. As he says, “my lungs can close up in a matter of a few breathes.”
It’s very similar to my last Magnesium Miracle Story about the man whose gastroesophageal junction (the stricture where his esophagus meets his stomach) clamped shut whenever he tried to eat. If you miss that story, you can read it by clicking here.
Of course, as you know, it’s very difficult to get enough magnesium from our food supply. Soil depletion has taken its toll. Unless you’re juicing lots of magnesium-rich vegetables, you need mineral supplementation like I explain in my book The Magnesium Miracle. This isn’t “supplement hype.” It’s basic biology. Find out everything the average persons needs to know to benefit from magnesium in Module 4 of Future Health Now! You can find out more at about the program by clicking here.
I hope Bob’s “magnesium miracle” inspired you to make sure you’re getting enough magnesium each day. Please share the story with anyone who suffers from problems with asthma and cat allergies. It could be a life saver!
Happy Labor Day,
Carolyn Dean MD ND
The Doctor of the Future®
RESOURCES: Along the borders and in the links of my web site you can find my books, writings, and my call-in radio show. Email your questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org.