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Just want to post here some good info James gave me on the other forum, maybe someone can use it if need

Pneumothorax is often spontaneous caused from weak spots in the lung wall. It can also develop as a result of lung infections, lung diseases, connective tissue disorders or trauma.

Without more details such as as if you have any lung disorders or diseases that may have contributed to this it is hard to give you too much information. But in general I recommend strengthening the lung tissue with supplementation of vitamin C and silica primarily.

Smoking can contribute to weak spots in the lungs. The reason is that the lungs are also dependent on the structural proteins collagen and elastin for strength and elasticity. These proteins depend not only on the presence of silica, but also vitamin C. The adrenals get priority of vitamin C over the entire rest of the body followed by the retina, then the brain, etc. The lower on the priority list a tissue it is the more likely it is to become weakened as the adrenals are taxed since the adrenals use up even more of the body's available vitamin C. Smoking puts a lot of stress on the adrenals significantly dropping levels of vitamin C available to many of the tissues in the body. This causes these tissues to weaken from the loss of collagen and elastin.

Berries are also a great source of vitamin C as are kiwis and papaya. For silica nettle leaf, oats or oatstraw and seaweeds are all excellent sources.
Also gotu kola, helps to stimulate collagen and elastin formation.

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08-21-2012 10:46 AM
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