Four per cent of the U.S. population has asthma. This disease is very common in children where it is the leading cause of school absence and hospitalization. Fortunately, many children cease getting asthma attacks in the teen years. Asthma is a common cause for hospitalization in adults and unfortunately there are occasional deaths from asthma.

Recurring ear infections in infants and small children are a major problem for pediatricians. Many small children have three or four ear infections annually. Many of these infections are believed to be related to allergic reactions to milk.

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Dr. Lon Jones of Hale Center, Texas made a very important discovery several years ago. He knew that xylitol decreased the incidence of ear infections in infants by forty percent when given in the form of eight pieces of chewing gum daily. Bacteria become unable to maintain their attachment to the membranes in the upper nasal passages in the presence of xylitol solution.

Recurring Ear Infections in Infants. Xylitol helps stop recurring ear infections in infants. The child should be placed on its back and then one spray is placed in each nostril twice daily. Allergies and Mild Asthma. Three or four times daily spray each nostril twice. Adults should look down at their feet. Then spray toward the back of your head and toward the top of your head on each side.

In cases of severe asthma, spray every two hours for three days and then you can cut back to 2 or 3 times daily. Severe cases of asthma should improve in the first day or two and can then be controlled with two sprays, three times daily. Hay fever could be eliminated with daily use. The good response of allergies and ear infections to an agent that washes out bacteria suggests that bacteria may be playing an important role in these disorders.Sinus Infections and Bronchitis can also be helped in some cases.

We think this is the best treatment for asthma. There is no need for cortisone by nebulizer or bronchodilators.

Look down at your feet. Then inject one spray toward the back of your head and one spray toward the top of your head in each nostril twice daily. Use every two hours for severe asthma for the first day or two.

Asthma should steadily get better to a stage where one spray daily or less often is adequate therapy.

We think this is the best and safest therapy currently available for asthma. This also could benefit those with hay fever, chronic sinusitis, bronchitis, and recurring ear infections in infants. There are no side-effects.