Difficult to breath? Ling Zhi Can Help You Breathing

Ling Zhi can help you breathing

I want to discuss and explain Ling Zhi Chinese Formula’s benefits at this time. This formula is one of the most popular formulas for wheezing.

First of all, there is not such a magical pill to cure difficult breathing instantly. You have to understand it takes a long time to improve the symptoms.

But, Chinese herbs are the ways to treat naturally because Chinese herbs treat your constitution, not just symptoms. This Chinese formula is the tablet base, so it is effortless to take. It is also safe to take for a long time.

Do you want to take a walk without worrying about getting out of breath in the middle of the walk?

Do you have a hard time climbing up the stairs?

If so, you might be want to take this Chinese herb called Ling Zhi Chinese formula.

In this article, you’ll learn:
What’s the benefit of Ling Zhi Pian?
What are the components of Ling Zhi Pian?
Another tip when you start to feel difficulty breathing
Where can you get it?

What’re the benefits of Ling Zhi Pian?

What's the benefit of Ling Zhi?

Ling Zhi Pian is suitable for men and women above 50s with asthma, difficult to catch a breath. It also helps to cough, to wheeze, etc.

Ling Zhi Pian Chinese formula helps to calm breathing and descending lung Qi (energy).

In Traditional Chinese medicine, Lung energy controls exhaling, and Kidney energy controls inhaling. This formula supplements lung Qi and assists Kidney Qi to help to breathe.

So, you can take a walk without getting out of breath or climbing up the stairs.

Indications

  • Difficult breathing
  • asthma
  • wheezing
  • coughing

What are the ingredients?

Ling Zhi is the ingredient

Reishi is one of the principal herbs for this formula. Reishi is a mushroom used to boost the immune system, antioxidants, tumors, asthma, bronchitis, cardiovascular diseases like high blood pressure, etc.

Ingredients:

  • Reishi – Ling Zhi
  • Shrubby Sophora Root – Ku Shen
  • Descurainia Seed – Ting Li Zi
  • Jujube Date – Da Zao
  • Chinese Licorice Root – Gan Cao

Another tip when you start to feel difficulty breathing

When you start to feel difficulty breathing, try to do diaphragm breathing.

It is also called belly breathing or abdominal breathing.

You engage the stomach, the abdominal muscles, diaphragm, which is a thin dorm-shape muscle that assists breathing when breathing.

Diaphragm breathing

  1. Lie down on a flat surface or sit down on the chair with relaxed shoulders. If you like, you can put the pillow under the knee will be comfortable.
  2. Place one hand on the middle of the chest.
  3. Place the other hand on the stomach, just beneath the rib cage.
  4. Breath in slowly through the nose, and draw the breath down toward the stomach. The stomach should push against the hand, but the chest remains still.
  5. Breath out through the mouth, tighten the abdominal muscles, and let the stomach fall downward while breathing out. Again, the chest should remain still.

Where can you get the Chinese Herbs?

YourKampo.com is the new Online Chinese prescription service.

First, you answer 3 minutes long questionnaire about your chief complaints and general questions like your digestions, sleep disorders, etc.

Then, our specialist diagnoses your condition and chooses the best Chinese herbs out of over 100 herbs.

Here is the link that you can go and get your best Chinese herbs for you.

Conclusion

In conclusion, Ling Zhi Pian has benefits for those with difficulty breathing that is caused by an imbalance of Yin and Yang.

One of the major ingredients, Reishi works excellent to help to breathe and stop wheezing.

If you are interested in natural Chinese herbs, please see acupuncturists near you.

Most Acupuncturists in the United States have studied Chinese herbs for more than 4 years in school.  Or please visit YourKampo to get diagnosed with the right Chinese herbs for you.

Finally, I hope it helps those who are suffering from annoying symptoms.

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About Author: Satoru Ozawa, DOM, L.Ac, ATC – Doctor of Oriental Medicine, an acupuncturist, and a Chinese herb specialist.  With his ten years of experience in Oriental Medicine, he will recommend the best natural Remedies, including Acupuncture, Chinese herbs, and health tips to relieve your suffering.

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REISHI MUSHROOM

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