Nebulizer and Budesonide nasal spray.
He says helped cure breathing issues.
At any stage.
It's also safe enough for a 2 month old baby. He says.
I will give the link below to the video.
This is in response to MANY who feel the vaccine is going to cause.......bad side effects.
Thank you Castlepaloma and whoever commented before.
Please note: this is hearsay. I cant claim this is a cure. I am NOT a doctor.
I use nasal spray daily for allergies.
The spray above is the same type of nasal spray.
Nasal spray is safe and FDA approved for many years.
Nebulizers are used for asthma.
does fluticasone propionate contain Budesonide
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Good to see you still battling away at things you feel folks should know about. Demas
Your information is interesting, especially since I use inhaled budesonide (not a nasal spray) every day to keep my asthma under control. I’m confused, though. You’ve shared a link to a video created by a religious organization. I thought it was going to be a science video or one created by a medical institution. The second link that you’ve shared goes to the website of a company selling pharmaceutical drugs. I really think you need to delete that because you’re encouraging people to buy medications that they may not need. Medications can have side effects or interact with other medications that someone is already taking.
I did a quick check online, and there does seem to be some recent evidence that inhaled budesonide may be helpful with respect to the coronavirus infection. The research seems to be still in the investigation stage, however.
I think it’s very important that you share scientific or medical references for your claims. People shouldn’t take medicines unnecessarily.
I did state that I'm not a doctor and what I'm sharing is "hearsay".
Interesting that you found similar claims online.
I was not aware the second link led to a medication site.
My apologies. I tried to delete it. I'm no longer allowed to EDIT MY POST.
as for the religious link, IF YOU WATCHED IT, it shows a Doctor who talks about what I shared.
I'm not surprised the distaste for religious shows, but wanted to give the original source I had.
Scientific evidence? It's in the video.......if you watch it all.
As I said before I'm NOT A DOCTOR.
SO IM NOT ADVISING JUST SHARING INFO.
WE ALL SHOULD HAVE OPTIONS I WOULD THINK.
but thanks for commenting and saying you READ SIMILAR STUFF
Also when you say people shouldn't take unnecessary medications, the only ones I recommended for difficulty breathing (other than the stupid link...the 2and one I accidentally put in there and cant seem to EDIT out now)
Was nebulizer which people use all the time for stuffy nose, and Budesonide which is a MILD NASAL SPRAY over the counter.
Both the nebulizer and Budesonide can be purchased over the counter and are not dangerous in any way unless you dont have any stuffy nose I would say.
Again thanks 4 CONFIRMING YOU ALSO HEARD THESE "MAY HELP" BREATHING DIFFICULTIES/COVID.
Here’s the information about budesonide nasal spray shared by the NIH. The article includes the possible side effects and says that “some side effects can be serious.”
I will watch the entire video that you shared when I have time and access to Internet. I don’t have access to the Internet all the time at the moment.
Edit: The video is very long. Can you please tell me the approximate point when the doctor appears in the video? I’ve just fast-forwarded through it while looking at the closed captioning and didn’t see the interview.
Every medication on the market says that.
My nasal.spray says the same.
That's worst case scenario.
I wouldn't be taking ANY medication if I expected worst case.
Nasal spray is used for allergies.
I dont know if it helps covid. It may or may not.
As for the video and the doctor I'll check
Sorry. Gave wrong video.
Here is video.
It's not religious. U can watch from beginning
It's an anti inflammatory medication used to treat a disease that inflames.
He discovered success by accident he says.
Patients recovered quickly in couple days, some did,
The 2nd link ACTUALLY is just a website that saves people money. NO BIG DEAL. ITS NOT TELLING ANYONE WHAT TO BUY OR TO BUY ANYTHING
I CANT DELETE IT BUT I THINK ITS OK
I agree with Alicia C. Again, as a nurse for nearly 40 years, I know that nebulisers can affect the Heart negatively, if not used appropriately and also have other side-effects. I'd be wary of promoting this as a treatment for Covid at this stage.
I have read from and seen Israeli scientists talking about a promising nasal spray. It may be worth finding the information and using proper references. There are some cases of desperate people doing what they are told to take to starve off Covid-19, only to find out that it was a scam, both here in the UK and other countries.
I too agree with Manatita and Linda, research shows that Nebulizers are prone to collect bacteria and mold because the machine emits a liquid mist. Because you are inhaling the medication and any germs that might be on the mask, the nebulizer might actually cause a respiratory infection.
Overuse of Albuterol(a bronchial dilator) in nebulizers can lead to cardiac and central nervous system issues like hypertension, nervousness, dizziness, and rapid pulse
Check here https://healthfully.com/dangers-using-n … 05155.html
I have suffered childhood asthma, doctors treated me for a long time, they ask you to take inhalers for this purpose, but it contains steroids. The steroids used to treat asthma are called corticosteroids and steroids are not good for health
I use sleep APNEA machine and clean it. It's fine.
Nebulizer can be used for stuffy nose. Sold over counter.
Nasal spray also over counter which I use all the time for allergies.
Looked at your link, looks like not a serious big deal.
As I originally stated I'm not a doctor. But I did SHARE A LINK BY A DOCTOR.....IF U TAKE TIME TO WATCH THAT
The link explains the correct way to use a nebulizer.
They sell portable ones. I wouldn't add anything to it, would just use it for air to aid in stuffy nose.
There was an AD on tv for cool mist used for stuffy nose, which is basically harmless.
But good instructions cause cleaning it is key
Apparently there are many benefits of a nebulizer see here
https://homecare.pharmacy/blog/5-benefi … er-machine
A scam to reset the world for billionaires
Castlepaloma, may I ask: Have you the evidence? You this above the normal brain person!
Castle, this is the doctor's video I found.
There is only one covid death since May in my province and just I'll wait til to cross that bridge .
I eat healthy, exercise well and sleep well most, that is most related to prevent the top ten ways to die. Covid is not even in the top ten ways to die according to world health organization.
My immune system will handle anything that comes around and everyday, push the doctor away. Because medical error and prescription drugs will seriously kill yeh!!
I don't get it. I use nasal spray all the time, and it's so non threatening.
Also the nebulizer I saw on Amazon is also used for stuffy nose.
And...saying it could collect BACTERIA....SO CAN MY SLEEP APNEA MACHINE but I clean it and its fine
Here's a link that talks of the many benefits of a nebulizer,
https://homecare.pharmacy/blog/5-benefi … er-machine
Here's the doctor who had success.
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