Alternative Asthma Treatment That Can Save Lifes Of Asthma Sufferers And Let Them Keep Their Cat
Eleven people a day die from asthma attacks in the United States.
You don’t have to be one of them.
Susan Millar, a few years ago, was traveling in South America with Stan Grist, an adventurer, explorer, and renowned prospector. In a small Ecuadorian jungle village, high in the Andes, Stan suddenly developed a severe case of bronchial asthma.
He almost died.
In the Ecuadorian Andes, far from medical help, the severe onset of asthma brought Stan’s career to a wheezing end. The couple returned to Quito to consult a specialist who prescribed the usual drugs and inhalers designed by the drug cartel for asthma sufferers. In the high, thin air of Quito the drugs didn’t work. With Stan’s career over, or so it seemed, they moved to Miami, Florida, so Stan could breath and get treatment.