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Comparing Over the Counter Inhalers for Asthma

In 2016 over the counter inhalers for asthma are few and far between. We’re working to create new options for asthma sufferers.

Our dry powder Prime Asthma Relief is working for a lot of people, and our mist version, EpiMist is coming very soon. Within months, our non CFC epinephrine mist version will be available online so be sure to sign up for our announcement list to your right.

Inhalers have been used for medication deliver for a long time, but really only came into heavy use in the second half of the 20th century. Albuterol, Epinephrine, etc, all are candidates for an inhaler.

Which should you use? First always consult a doctor, and get a thorough and comprehensive diagnosis and understanding of your particular asthma symptoms and triggers.

Your doctor might recommend a prescription medication which will be inhaler based. But don’t find a solution without your doctor, it may be dangerous for you.

You can read our latest page on inhalers for asthma here and get a start on understanding what the benefits of inhalers are, and what they can do for you in managing your asthma.

https://drnaturalhealing.com/what-are-some-common-inhalers-for-asthma/

Asthma is a serious, chronic condition, and with your doctor’s help it can be managed and not interfere with your quality of life.

We’re here to help you find solutions to your asthma management, and feel free to call us if we can help in any way.

Thanks for visiting Dr Natural Healing. Prime Asthma Relief is available online with free shipping to U.S Customers.

Prescription and non prescription inhalers are around and have been for a long time. Our new EpiMist is coming soon and it’s a mist epinephrine that will be available OTC for Asthma.

EpiMist is non CFC epinephrine mist. Yes, its coming. OTC. Easy to use, and affordable for everyone.

Dr Natural Healing OTC Asthma Inhalers are available now, and you can order them online with free shipping over 20.00 in the U.S.A.

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