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Gloryofnature posted:
I never forget that day when my little angel having asthma attack whole night I hear her wheezing. As normal I think it might cause because of flu by the morning her condition getting worse because in our family no one had this problem and I was completely unaware of its symptoms. I rush her to the hospital they admit her right away by seeing her condition. My God knows how helpless I feel on that day when my little angel fighting in front of me I couldn't hold my tears! Today she is 6yrs old and by the grace of God she is in good health it is almost a year she is not having asthma problem again. It is almost a year now she is not using any pump or inhaler.

Today I want to share this tip with all of you who have kids with asthma because I know how it feels as a parent to make the story short I come to the point.

If you use this recipes accurately and promptly as I mentioned believe me your kid will never need a pump or inhaler for the rest of his life.

* Go to any fish market and buy a small Crab clean it up and make 4 pieces. Take a bowl of water and boiled it for an hour just like make a soup ad some onions, salt and black pepper to make the taste good.

Give this soup to your kid before he/she go to bed at night. Repeat this procedure for 1 or 2 weeks. Make fresh soup every day. I assured you will see the difference in few days.

Avoid Banana and dairy food like cheese.

I hope this will help your kid and bring them back to the normal life. Remember me in your prayers!
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