Bronchitis, Croup, Chronic Cough

• In bronchitis the bronchioles are the site of the problem.
• In croup it’s further down.
• In cases of chronic little hacky coughs it may be heartworm!

Bud Portillo, 62, worked on earth moving machines. He frequently had a “bronchial virus” or “bronchial infection.” He was always coughing. He had Ascaris infestation and arsenic pollution in his home.
He also had palladium toxicity from tooth fillings. As soon as they removed the mouse bait from their home, tore down the hallway wallpaper (arsenic source) and changed wells (the well water had arsenic in it from seepage!) and killed parasites, his cough was gone. He also finished his dental work. All this took six months.

Gene Mizell, age 4, was constantly clearing his throat. His parents wondered if it was a “nervous habit.” He had two species of Ascaris living inside his small body. He was started on a small dose of parasite herbs immediately, stirred into a daily dose of VMF syrup (see Sources). He also had PCBs, aluminum silicate, lutetium
from recent painting in the house and xylene and toluene solvents. He was switched off soda pop and onto milk. We saw him five weeks later. He had gone through three treatments with vermifuge syrup. His throat clearing was gone, as well as his hacky cough and the blue circles around his eyes. He still had PCBs, which they later cleared by switching off detergent.

Carmen Castro, 30ish, had a chronic cough without being ill. She also had some heart irregularity. She had Dirofilaria (dog heartworm) and Loa loa. There were no indoor pets. After killing the parasites with a frequency generator and starting on the parasite herbs she was still coughing a bit but her pulse was down to 80 (from 120). She still had toluene, TC Ethylene solvents and mercury, platinum and lead in her body. Then a gas leak developed in their home. She used moth balls and painted a room. After this she had to be on antibiotics for her extreme cough. This time she had mycoplasma, Haemophilus and influenza. She killed these electronically and her coughing stopped. Until she gets the dental work done she will continue to pick up new infections.

Hope Feldman, 57, had been coughing for half a year. She had seen many doctors including a reflexologist. She had mycoplasma and alpha strep at tooth #17 (lower left wisdom tooth). As soon as these were killed with a frequency generator her cough stopped. She was advised to wear turtleneck sweaters for extra warmth over her bronchii and get a cavitation cleaned at tooth #17.

Teresa White, 37, had bronchitis several times each winter and was put on antibiotic for the whole season to keep it from breaking out. Her lungs were loaded with tantalum from dental metal, cobalt from detergent and thulium from her vitamin C. She had taken herself off milk, thinking it might be a factor, and used an air cleaner but without results.

As soon as she had the tooth metal replaced with plastic (in less than a month) she could go off antibiotics and also was rid of a chronic sinus condition, but still had a bronchitis bout. She had Ascaris larvae in her lungs and phosphate and oxalate crystals in her kidneys. Her diet was changed to include milk and fish, magnesium, lysine (500 mg one a day), vitamin B6 and a vitamin A+D capsule. She started on the kidney cleansing herbs and then the parasite program. In another month the whole problem was gone. Wisely, she got ready to cleanse her liver.

Craig Stewart, 2, had a history of respiratory problems. He had been on CeclorTM and VentilinTM for a long time; he had pneumonia the previous year. He had whip worm (Trichuris) infesting his intestine which was promptly killed with parasite herbs (as much as his parents could get down him was effective). He was toxic with asbestos. When the clothes dryer belt was changed to a U.S. variety (imported belts contain asbestos which flies into the air when the dryer is used), Craig’s health turned around.

Doris Gumb, 26, was on IsoniazidTM, TussionexTM and RifodinTM for tuberculosis. It started with coughing. She was down to 98 lb. in weight. Her lungs were toxic with beryllium (coal oil fuel), mercury, uranium, and tellurium. She began by clearing all toxic items from her house and basement and then bringing an air sample for testing. She also had Ascaris larvae in her lungs and pancreatic fluke in her pancreas. In three weeks she was coughing less and producing less with each cough. The “clean” air sample still had uranium, tellurium, mercury and beryllium. She had no metal tooth fillings, though. In the next three weeks she found a hole in the
floor to the crawl space. It was letting up uranium dust and radon. The mercury was traced to the carpet in a child’s bedroom. After throwing it out, her sputum cleared up and she was on the way to recovery, although we never found the source of tellurium.

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