Many lung-related conditions are affected by poor host defenses, oxidative stress and poor oxygenation; glutathione is an excellent choice for correcting these imbalances. In addition, the process of nebulization allows it to be delivered directly to the pulmonary tissue.
As you can see, even very serious and difficult-to-treat diseases yield benefits from this novel treatment. Best of all, GSH inhalation is very safe – as a matter of fact, we produce our own glutathione in the liver but unfortunately, stress, aging, infections, poor eating habits, pollutants, radiation and toxins all deplete your stores.
Dr. Mark Hyman, MD likens the sulfur in glutathione to fly paper, whereas all the ‘bad’ things in the body stick onto it, including toxins, heavy metals and free radicals. It has also been shown to be essential in both the innate and adaptive response of the immune system.
Who Can Get Nebulized Glutathione
Both children and adults can benefit from this treatment. We warn patients that it smells a little like rotten eggs, which children usually find amusing.
If you have a sulfur sensitivity or allergy, this treatment is not for you.
At Naturopathic Living, we charge $15 + the cost of the solutions to nebulize, usually an extra $5 to $15, making it a relatively cheap, yet efficient therapy.
Other Benefits of Glutathione
- Wonder drug of anti-aging
- Recycles anti-oxidants
- Decreases inflammation
- Master of immune system
- Liver protection
- Increases energy
- Role of glutathione in immunity and inflammation in the lung. PMCID: PMC3048347
- The Use of Nebulized Glutathione in the Treatment of Emphysema: a Case Report by Davis W. Lamson, ND and Matthew S. Brignall, ND.
- The Treatment of Pulmonary Diseases and Respiratory-Related Conditions with Inhaled (Nebulized or Aerosolized) Glutathione by Jonathan Prousky, ND.
- A Pilot Study of the Effect of Inhaled Buffered Reduced Glutathione on the Clinical Status of Patients With Cystic Fibrosis by Clark Bishop, MD, Valerie M. Hudson, PhD, Sterling C. Hilton, PhD, Cathleen Wilde, BS.
- Effect of inhaled glutathione on airway response to ‘Fog’ challenge in asthmatic patients.
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