Asthma is a very old disease described in the ancient literature. The only progress we have made to date with this disease is to give drugs to soothe the symptoms.
Asthma is associated in all (100%) cases with tiny Ascaris larvae. As soon as eggs hatch (in the stomach, immediately after swallowing filth) the microscopic larvae travel to the lungs, not the intestines. Imagine the distress of lungs full of tiny worms!
One tries to cough them up, of course, but in our misguided effort to be polite, we teach children to swallow anything they cough up! Some swallowing is inevitable and the young worms are back in the stomach, this time to set up their housekeeping in the intestine. Some never leave the stomach, causing children stomach aches and, of course, a large entourage of bacteria which, in turn, have their viruses.
Most cases of Ascaris infestation also show Bacteroides fragilis bacteria which, in turn, carry the Coxsackie viruses (brain viruses). Whether or not these bacteria or viruses will thrive in you depends on whether you make a good home for them, namely have low immunity in some organ. The preferred organs for Bacteroides are liver and brain (brain tumors always show Bacteroides). The preferred organs for Coxsackie viruses appear to be tooth abscesses and brain.
Not everybody with Ascaris develops asthma, even though they always go through a long stage. Does it depend on the age of the person when the infection develops? Or how many Ascaris are present? Or the time of year when lung infection is present?
That innocent cough of early childhood should not be neglected, as simply “croup.” At the first sign of a cough, use a frequency generator set to 408 KHz, the frequency for Ascaris, or use a zapper. Pay extra attention to washing hands before meals.
Pay extra attention to the animals nearby. Kill their Ascaris with a zapper and keep it up daily or put parasite killing herbs in their food.
Asthma sufferers become allergic to many air pollutants such as pollen, animal dander, smoke. The production of histamine in the lungs and the vast interconnectedness of histamine to allergies has been well studied scientifically. Although invasion by worms is known to result in both histamine production and high eosinophil counts (over 3), and asthma clients typically have both, they are not routinely checked for worms clinically! They are simply given drugs to enable better breathing.
More and better (though toxic) drugs have been developed. But you can put an end to your asthma by terminating your Ascaris infection. Then wash your hands and fingernails with grain alcohol, and let no more filth past your lips. Wear plastic gloves for a week to break a nail biting or finger sucking habit.
For children wash hands before eating anything, even between meals; keep fingernails short. Dogs, cats, pigs, and horses all get Ascaris. Never, never let a child clean up any vomit or mess left by an animal. This could lead to massive infection, the kind that could result not only in asthma but seizures. Kill the worms in animal messes before you clean them up too. Never use your dustpan or broom. Use cardboard, newspaper or anything that you can afford to throw away with the mess. Squirt povidone iodine (available at drugstores) on the mess–even if it's outside–and cover with salt before cleaning up. Discard it in outside trash. Wash your hands with grain alcohol, paying special attention to fingernails. If you are a food preparer, you could infect the whole family if you don't wash carefully.
If there is an asthmatic in your family, the whole family should be treated for Ascaris with a zapper or with the herbal parasiticides. Even after everybody including the pets has been treated, pets should not be allowed in the bedroom of the asthmatic person. Asthma is more than parasitism. It is also an allergic reaction, to the pet and to other inhaled bits of matter.