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... For years my husband has had asthma and we accidentally learned how to overcome the symptoms. ... (0 replies)
... My husband uses vitamin C plus niacin for asthma and a teenage friend of our sons uses the same combo except he uses niacinamide instead of niacin for mold allergies, but his allergies are not as bad as yours. ... (5 replies)
... When I first posted about the C we thought it was just the C that was helping my husband's asthma, because he had already been taking the niacin for a couple of weeks before he started the C, and he didn't notice any difference with the niacin alone. ... (9 replies)

... We have discovered that my husband is actually helped by a combination of vitamin C and niacin. He was taking the niacin for something else and so we didn't realize until he stopped taking it for awhile that it was helping his asthma. ... (9 replies)
... When husband moved up here to western Washington state about 30 years ago, he didn't have any trouble with his asthma for about 12 years and then it started to come back. We assume it took that long for him to develop allergies to the local pollens. ... (0 replies)
... es to asthma, even if there is an environmental trigger, too. Milk is the most common culprit, but a person can be allergic to anything. My husband gets terrible asthma during the pollen season and Niacin and Vitamin C eliminate his symptoms, but only if he doesn't have any dairy products. ... (3 replies)
... My suggestion would be to get a referral to an allergist or pulmonologist. That way, you could get an asthma action plan that tells you when to go to to the ER, when to make an urgent appointment with the doctor, and so on. ... (11 replies)
... to notice a difference but you should make sure you take enough of each to give it a fair trial. If you get up to bowel tolerance on the C and flushing with the niacin you will know that you have enough of each. You need to take them twice a day for the best results, but you don't need to take as much of the C the second time. ... (9 replies)
... The suggestions here are very good. I would like to add that the book "Brain Allergies", which does not address asthma specifically, has very good information on how to go about finding what foods might be contributing to your symptoms. ... (9 replies)
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Sep 7, 2004
... My husband has had asthma for most of his life, but not as bad as yours. ... (4 replies)
... didn't realize it until last week the vitamin C wasn't the only thing that was helping my husbands asthma. We have discovered that a combination of vitamin C and niacin is what he needs and just one alone doesn't do the job. It's kind of a long story how we figured it out so I won't put it here. ... (3 replies)




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