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"Pico Skin Relief" Pertussis or Whopping Cough

Jerry Carlson at age 75 came down with Pertussis or Whopping Cough and he inhaled/nebulized the "Pico Skin Relief" I was experimenting with finding quick relief:

For five weeks I’ve struggled with Bordetella pertussis or whooping cough. There was no immunization for it when I was a kid. It really should be called "choking cough" rather than whooping cough. A coughing spasm locks the throat for 10 to 50 seconds several times a day (and night). The victim can’t breathe. As the constriction relaxes slightly, a long gasp or series of rasping gasps creates the "whoop" which gave this malady its name. I haven’t had even a cold for years, so I wasn’t expecting something like this to literally take me to my knees.”

I began nebulizing a 1:512 dilution of "Pico Skin Relief" placing the vapor stream so it would curl over my recliner and allow me to inhale the mist constantly for an hour. Always, this loosened the mucous and left a clear breathing passage. The nose and bronchi actually felt clean. I did the "treatment" two or three times a day, usually during the night. I have no idea whether it also reduced the pertussis bacterium, but my "bout" with the cough is receding and I’m able to function pretty normally.”

The "Pico Skin Relief" inhaled this way does its thing in the respiratory system as a cleanser, diluting sticky mucosa, and does not irritate sensitive lung or bronchial tissue. My reasoning was that if it can be safely applied on a wound, it shouldn’t hurt a lung, which is subjected to all kinds of dust and fumes anyway. I wonder what it might do for other lung bacterial diseases such as pneumonia. Or even lung-related TB.”

Lets learn about Pertussis—commonly called whooping cough is a highly contagious bacterial disease caused by Bordetella pertussis. In some countries, this disease is called the 100 days' cough or cough of 100 days. Symptoms are initially mild, and then develop into severe coughing fits, which produce the namesake high-pitched "whoop" sound in infected babies and children when they inhale air after coughing. The coughing stage lasts approximately six weeks before subsiding. Prevention by vaccination is of primary importance given the seriousness of the disease in children. Although treatment is of little direct benefit to the person infected, antibiotics are recommended because they shorten the duration of infectiousness. It is currently estimated that the disease annually affects 48.5 million people worldwide, resulting in nearly 295,000 deaths.

Three weeks of serving as a human guinea pig with nebulized "Pico Skin Relief" inhaled for pertussis are gradually concluding. For five weeks I've struggled with Bordetella pertussis or whooping cough. There was no immunization for it when I was a kid. Wiki Pertussis

In adults this can persist for two months or more. It really should be called "choking cough" rather than whooping cough. A coughing spasm locks the throat for 10 to 50 seconds several times a day and night. The victim can't breathe. As the constriction relaxes slightly, a long gasp or series of rasping gasps creates the "whoop" which gave this malady its name. I haven't had even a cold for years, so I wasn't expecting something like this to literally take me to my knees.

Homeopathy was the primary treatment, and that was showing considerable benefit. But there was a need to cleanse the bronchi, throat and even postnasal cavities from mucous. Also, a need to reduce the bacterium. I began nebulizing a 1:512 dilution of "Pico Skin Relief", placing the vapor stream so it would curl over my recliner and allow me to inhale the mist constantly for an hour. Always, this loosened the mucous and left a clear breathing passage. The nose and bronchi actually felt clean. I did the "treatment" two or three times a day, usually during the night. I have no idea whether it also reduced the pertussis bacterium, but my "bout" with the cough is receding and I'm able to function pretty normally.

A few years ago, our pastor's 16-year-old daughter Allie had whooping cough and was hospitalized in serious condition.

What this tells me at the very least is that "Pico Skin Relief" inhaled this way does its thing in the respiratory system as a cleanser, diluting sticky mucosa, and does not irritate sensitive lung or bronchial tissue. My reasoning was that if it can be safely applied on a wound, it shouldn't hurt a lung, which is subjected to all kinds of dust and fumes anyway. I wonder what it might do for other lung bacterial diseases such as pneumonia. Or even lung-related TB. A kind of irony there.

Personally, I've learned that a 1:512 solution of "Pico Skin Relief" I, put in a ceramic atomizer, did no harm to me when breathing the mist several times a day for 10 to 15 minutes. I did this in desperation to combat pertussis, and I think it helped. Not only did the cough and congestion recede after each session, the infection itself gradually cleared a week or two faster than the textbooks say it usually does.

We have had other similar testimonials on using angstromsoap for Common Cold, Aspergillus, Sinusitis and Pneumonia. We believe that this could useful for Tuberculosis and some other lung diseases with no known cures. This product is not for sale, but we are seeking partnerships for distributon and FDA approval.

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