COPD: H2 WATER AND CARNIVORE DIET HELP?

COPD is now the # 3 killer in the USA.

This post IS about helping your COPD by drinking hydrogen water and changing your diet to the carnivore diet.  Please know  you can get help with Rick Simpson Oil - at the same time you start in on hydrogen water and the carnivore diet.

 

You have probably been through the available drugs - and you're looking at alternative health options to help you manage COPD.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Does smoking weed help COPD?

Smoking anything is not a good idea.  Ingesting weed can help you.  Years ago, we were a legal medical marijuana delivery service.  We are not now and we don't make, buy or sell any cannabis products.

 

However, we had an 80 year old patient who could just make it from his bed to the couch.  He used the cannabis oil 90 day protocol developed by Rick Simpson.  His doctor declared that there was no longer any sign of COPD in his lungs.

We're telling you this because we'll be glad to answer your questions about MMJ and COPD and Rick Simpson Oil - you can just call us.  Scott and Julie: 760-961-5899.

You can go to http://www.weedandhealth.com/c8-copd-kills-but-can-weed-delivery-rick-simpson-oil-beat-it.html  and find our post there about Rick Simpson Oil (RSO) and COPD.  ( It is IMPORTANT for you to review).

 

Alkaline water, structured water - it all sound woo-woo to you?

Hydrogen water is not woo-woo.  There are MANY studies that show hydrogen water effective against all sorts of lung diseases and problems.  We have posted the results of about a dozen scientific studies further down on this page.

To get a good understanding of what hydrogen is and what it can do, please Click Here to go to: "WHAT THE HELL IS HYDROGEN AND HYDROGEN WATER?"

How can what you eat help reduce COPD?

Deuterium is an isotope that builds up in our bodies as we get older.  It gets into our mitochondria and slows energy production.  It does much more than that  - and it probably is a major part of why you have COPD.

The quickest way to start reducing deuterium is to switch to the carnivore diet or as close to it as can, (in the beginning).  To understand the reasoning and science behind the carnivore diet, please click here:  "HYDROGEN WATER AND 90 DAY FAT MEAT DIET."

When you eat a meat and animal fat diet, you eliminate all vegetables.  Vegetables contain lectins.  Lectins are a natural pesticide defense.  Lectins and what they do to your body, are covered in the above linked post.

How can changing drinking water help COPD?

The next step to at least getting control over COPD is the water you're drinking.

Review the studies on this page - how hydrogen water will help you.

Some scientific studies are done with subjects inhaling hydrogen gas.  You can buy a machine for this.  Before you spend a few thousand on a machine, you might try using a nebulizer to breath in a mist of hydrogen water.  It may be more effective than inhaling the gas.  The reason is that the gas just gets exhaled.

Hydrogen water is very effective when used topically for skin conditions and pain.  It makes sense that inhaling a mist of hydrogen water would work because the droplets in your lungs will sit right on the problem.

Is all this stuff going to cost a bundle of money?

It is also important to drink hydrogen water everyday.

We have written an ebook about how to make it at home for just 7 cents a serving.

Click here: "H2 HACK EBOOK."

To discover more about deuterium and how you can make deuterium reduced water at home for just pennies, please click here:  "HYDROGEN PLUS LOW DEUTERIUM WATER."

Black seed oil is amazing.  I, (Scott) don't have COPD but I do have allergies and some asthma.  Black seed oil is not expensive - but it is effective.  Risk $14 on Amazon and take 3 at a time, (read the reviews).  If that doesn't help enough try taking more.

It is worth your time to check out this article:  https://www.newdirectionsaromatics.com/blog/products/all-about-black-cumin-seed-oil.html

Black seed oil always squelches my allergies and asthma for about 4 hours per dose.

 

What should you do first?

 

If you order black seed oil on Amazon, you'll have it in a day or two - so get it ordered.

Order our ebook and hydrogen water starter kit - just call us or visit: "H2 HACK EBOOK" - and start making hydrogen water for 7 cents a serving.

Get a nebulizer so you can breath hydrogen water.

Start making reduced deuterium water, (it reduces your deuterium levels).

Start changing your diet, (at least toward) the carnivore diet to reduce deuterium.

Sit in the sun, some, everyday, (it reduces your deuterium levels).

Take a 10 minute cold shower after your hot shower, everyday, (it reduces deuterium levels). 

Here are just some of the scientific studies that indicate hydrogen water helps lung problems:

HYDROGEN WATER OR HYDROGEN GAS LUNG STUDIES

 

 

Scientific study reference # 1

 

Hydrogen Therapy may be a Novel and Effective Treatment for COPD

 

The protective effect of hydrogen (H2) on ROS-induced diseases has been proved by many researches, which demonstrated that through eliminating •OH and •ONOO–, H2 could effectively attenuate lipid and DNA peroxidation, improve cellular antioxidant capacity, and then protect cells against oxidant damage.

 

Most of free radicals in human body are ROS, including O2•–,•OH, H2O2, NO•,•ONOO–, and so on. Under normal circumstances cells are able to maintain an adequate homeostasis between the formation and removal of ROS through particular enzymatic pathways or antioxidants.

 

But under some pathological conditions, the balance is disturbed, leading to oxidative stress and various diseases, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Studies have shown that ROS played a pivotal role in the development of COPD and some antioxidants were effective in the protection against the damaging effects of oxidative stress.

 

Therefore, we hypothesize that owing to its peculiarity to eliminate toxic ROS, hydrogen therapy may be a novel and effective treatment for COPD.

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3108576/

Scientific study reference # 2

Hydrogen gas inhalation protects against cigarette smoke-induced COPD development in mice.

 

H2 ameliorated CS-induced lung function decline, emphysema, inflammatory cell infiltration, small-airway remodelling, goblet-cell hyperplasia in tracheal epithelium and activated ERK1/2 and NF-κB in mouse lung.

 

In 16HBE airway cells, H2O2 increased IL-6 and IL-8 secretion in conjunction with ERK1/2 and NF-κB activation. These changes were reduced by H2 treatment.  These findings demonstrated that H2 inhalation could inhibit CS-induced COPD development in mice, which is associated with reduced ERK1/2 and NF-κB-dependent inflammatory responses.

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6051853/

 

Scientific study reference # 3

Hydrogen inhalation ameliorates ventilator-induced lung injury.

 

Inhaled hydrogen gas effectively reduced VILI-associated inflammatory responses, at both a local and systemic level, via its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antiapoptotic effects.

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21184683

 

Scientific study reference # 4

 

[Effect of hydrogen-rich saline on blood pressure and antioxidant ability of lung tissue in scalded rats following delayed resuscitation].

 

Delayed resuscitation for scalded rats with hydrogen-rich saline is helpful in the recovery of systolic pressure, and it can ameliorate lung tissue injury caused by reperfusion through enhancing the effect of antioxidase.

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21223652

 

Scientific study reference # 5

 

Saturated hydrogen saline protects the lung against oxygen toxicity.

 

Saturated hydrogen saline decreased lung edema, reduced LDH activity in BALF and serum, and decreased total cells and protein concentration in BALF.

 

These results demonstrated that saturated hydrogen saline alleviated hyperoxia-induced pulmonary injury, which was partly responsible for the inhibition of oxidative damage.

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20568549

 

Scientific study reference # 6

 

Hydrogen-rich saline protects against acute lung injury induced by extensive burn in rat model.

 

When compared with the burn injury plus normal saline group, hydrogen-rich saline or edaravone group significantly attenuated the pulmonary oxidative products, such as malondialdehyde, carbonyl, and 8-hydroxy-2'-deoxyguanosine.

 

Furthermore, administration of hydrogen-rich saline or edaravone dramatically reduced the pulmonary levels of pulmonary inflammation mediators and myeloperoxidase.

 

Intraperitoneal administration of hydrogen-rich saline improves pulmonary function by reducing oxidative stress and inflammatory response in severe burn-induced acute lung injury.

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21436720

 

Scientific study reference # 7

 

Hydrogen inhalation reduced epithelial apoptosis in ventilator-induced lung injury via a mechanism involving nuclear factor-kappa B activation.

 

Hydrogen inhalation increased oxygen tension, decreased lung edema, and decreased the expression of proinflammatory mediators.

 

Chemical inhibition of early NFκB activation using SN50 reversed these protective effects.

 

NFκB activation and an associated increase in the expression of Bcl-2 may contribute, in part, to the cytoprotective effects of hydrogen against apoptotic and inflammatory signaling pathway activation during VILI.

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21473852

 

Scientific study reference # 8

 

Consumption of hydrogen water reduces paraquat-induced acute lung injury in rats.

 

Both biochemical and histological lung alterations were measured. The results showed that hydrogen water ameliorated these alterations, demonstrating that hydrogen water alleviated paraquat-induced acute lung injury possibly by inhibition of oxidative damage.

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21318114

Scientific study reference # 9

 

Hydrogen inhalation ameliorates lipopolysaccharide-induced acute lung injury in mice.

 

Our experiments exhibited that hydrogen improved the survival rate of mice and induced a decrease in lung W/D ratio.

 

In addition, hydrogen decreased malonaldehyde and nitrotyrosine content, inhibited myeloperoxidase and maintained superoxide dismutase activity in lung tissues and associated with a decrease in the expression of TNF-α, IL-1β, IL-6 and total protein concentrations in the BALF.

 

Hydrogen further attenuated histopathological alterations and mitigated lung cell apoptosis. Importantly, hydrogen inhibited the activation of P-JNK, and also reversed changes in Bax, Bcl-xl and caspase-3.

 

In conclusion, our data demonstrated that hydrogen inhalation ameliorated LPS-induced ALI and it may be exerting its protective role by preventing the activation of ROS-JNK-caspase-3 pathway.

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22015602

 

Scientific study reference # 10

 

Hydrogen-rich saline provides protection against hyperoxic lung injury.

The results of this study demonstrate that hydrogen-rich saline ameliorated hyperoxia-induced acute lung injury by reducing oxidative stress and inflammatory cascades in lung tissue.

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21067781

 

Scientific study reference # 11

 

We evaluated acute and late-irradiation lung damage after H(2) treatment. H(2) reduced the amount of irradiation-induced ROS in A549 cells, as shown by electron spin resonance and fluorescent indicator signals.

 

H(2) also reduced cell damage, measured as levels of oxidative stress and apoptotic markers, and improved cell viability.

 

Within 1 wk after whole thorax irradiation, immunohistochemistry and immunoblotting showed that H(2) treatment reduced oxidative stress and apoptosis, measures of acute damage, in the lungs of mice.

 

At 5 mo after irradiation, chest computed tomography, Ashcroft scores, and type III collagen deposition demonstrated that H(2) treatment reduced lung fibrosis (late damage).

 

This study thus demonstrated that H(2) treatment is valuable for protection against irradiation lung damage with no known toxicity.

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21764987

 

Scientific study reference # 12

 

[Effect of hydrogen inhalation on p38 MAPK activation in rats with lipopolysaccharide- induced acute lung injury].

 

Hydrogen inhalation decreased the expression of p-p38 MAPK in the lung tissue, and significantly reduced TNF-α content in the lung tissue and serum of rats with ALI.

 

Hydrogen inhalation can decrease the expression of TNF-α in the lung tissue and serum, and this effect may be related with reduced p38 MAPK expression and inhibition of p38 MAPK activation.

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22931625

 

Scientific study reference # 14

 

Hydrogen saline is protective for acute lung ischaemia/reperfusion injuries in rats.

 

Hydrogen saline significantly protected vasoactivity of the pulmonary artery, reduced pulmonary oedema, decreased lung malondialdehyde (MDA), 8-OHdG concentration, alleviated lung epithelial cell apoptosis and lowered the level of such biomarkers as WBC, CRP, ALT and TBiL. 

 

It is concluded that hydrogen-rich saline is a novel, simple, safe and effective method to attenuate pulmonary I/R injury.

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22738756

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