Respiratory system is one of the major system responsible for clinical manifestations of Allergy. Breathing is an essential part of life in which the respiratory system plays a very important role. Diseases affecting the respiratory tract are all too common, especially in damp, cold and drastically varying climates. The respiratory tract consists of a branching network of air passages starting with the nose, into the lungs and ending up in the tiny air sacs. This branching network of air passages is readily susceptible to inflammation because its large surface area is constantly exposed to the generally polluted air that we breathe.


Usually we find that within a year after a child is born, he/she develops recurrent attacks of cough and cold which if not treated properly and timely increases in frequency and intensity. Also after in take of strong medicines, diseased condition gets suppressed and complicates further.


(Recurrent attacks of Sneezing/Hay Fever). It occurs continuously or intermittently throughout the year, due to exposure to more or less every present allergen. It is marked by:

  • Recurrent attacks of sneezing
  • Nasal irritation with profuse discharge
  • Itching of eyes, palate and pharynx

Keeping the patient away from allergen gives temporary relief. Although the commonly used anti-allergic medicines do provide some relief from the symptoms of hay fever, they do have side effects such as drowsiness etc. which can hinder one's daily routine. They also do not prevent or build up resistance to subsequent attacks of hay fever. Further, when taken continuously, the body stops responding to smaller doses, and in order to make sure that the medicine works, the dose is to be increased with a concomitant increase of the side effects.

Taking all these drawbacks into account, Bakson's homoeopathy provides relief from hay fever without any side effects.


Tonsils play a very important role in the body’s defence against allergic diseases. They are situated at the base of the mouth at the junction of opening of pharynx and oesophagus. The collection of these lymphoid tissues are of three types.

  • Pharyngeal tonsil / adenoids
  • Palatine tonsils
  • Lingual tonsils

Both TONSILS AND ADENOIDS serve to fight and prevent micro-organisms from entering in the chest through the throat.

The signs and symptoms of Acute Tonsillitis are:

  • Tendency to repeated attacks of cough and cold e.g. once in 10-15 days. These attacks may be accompanied with high fever. Pain in the throat which sometimes extends to the ear.
  • Unpleasant smell and taste of mouth.
  • Hoarseness
  • Snoring and breathing through mouth.
  • Deafness


Due to repeated attacks of acute Tonsillitis, the tonsils which are like two guards fighting and preventing the diseases from spreading, over a period of time become enlarged and unhealthy leading to a condition called CHRONIC TONSILLITIS.

The Signs and Symptoms of Chronic Tonsillitis are:

  • Recurrent cough.
  • Difficult speech and swallowing.
  • Enlarged cervical lymph nodes.
  • Poor health and growth.
  • Lack of usual vigour.
  • Increased susceptibility to other respiratory infections e.g. SINUSITIS, BRONCHITIS, BRONCHIAL ASTHMA etc.
  • Development of changes in temperament such as tantrums and bouts of crying for little reason.

How homoeopathic treatment - helps in curing Tonsillitis.

  • By reducing the size of the tonsils thus converting enlarged, unhealthy tonsils to healthy ones.
  • By increasing the resistance (immunity) to repeated infections / exposure to allergens.
  • By reducing the intensity and frequency of recurrent attacks of cough and cold.

Thus, it is an erroneous idea that the surgical removal of tonsils decreases the individual’s susceptibility to catch infections. Experience shows that such drastic measures increase the susceptibility and the allergic patients suffer from allergy all the more especially in diseases like Sinusitis, Allergic Rhinitis and Bronchial Asthma.


Sinusitis is inflammation of one or more of the paranasal sinuses commonly due to upper respiratory tract infection and exposure to various substances/allergens e.g. dust, pollen, pollution etc. As the mucous membrane of the sinus becomes inflamed and swollen, the openings that lead from each sinus into the nasal passages become partially or wholly blocked. The mucus that accumulates in the sealed off sinus causes pressure on the sinus walls resulting in discomfort, fever, pain and difficulty in breathing. The common symptoms of Sinusitis are headache usually located near the sinus most involved and nasal discharge. This may be accompanied by feeling of weakness and discomfort.


Bronchial asthma is a reversible obstruction of the airways. Changes in the immune defence system and in the control of the diameter of the airways are probably responsible for attacks of wheezing. Asthmatic attacks are characterized by narrowing of the large and small airways due to spasm of the muscles of the bronchial tubes, oedema and inflammation in the inner lining of the airways and the production of mucus.

Thus Asthma is a hypersensitive response of the body to certain allergens, which is characterised by relapses and remissions. Histamine and other substances released on coming in contact with allergens such as pollens, mites, fur, cosmetics, drugs etc. result in spasmodic constriction of bronchi and collection of secretions inside the bronchial tree.

Asthma may begin at any age but more frequently it begins in early adult life. A family history of Asthma or some other manifestation of allergy is traceable in the life history of the patient or of his/her blood relations.

In majority of the cases endogenic allergy is the basic cause of Bronchial Asthma; other exciting factors are psychological disturbance, exogenic allergens such as inhalants and ingestants which cause bronchial irritation and infection.

A damp foggy climate tends to aggravate the asthmatic condition and correspondingly a dry warm climate relieves a fair number of cases. Starchy food, citrus fruits, cold drinks, condiments and pickles aggravate the condition.

Asthma may often go unnoticed though there is little difficulty in identifying the child with a history of wide spread Eczema and a family history of other allergic disorders, who suffers from recurrent wheezing. Asthma is most likely, the diagnosis when typical bouts of wheezing start in childhood or early adulthood.

Individuals suffering from Asthma differ greatly in the frequency and degree of their symptoms. Some have only an occasional attack that is mild in degree and of brief duration, and otherwise are entirely free of symptoms. Others have mild coughing and wheezing most of the time, punctuated by severe attacks following exposure to known allergens, infections or certain stress conditions.

The attack usually begins in the early hours of the morning. There may be some warning signs like restlessness, mental depression, sneezing or cough and sense of suffocation as the dyspnoea increases; the patient is compelled to sit up in bed panting. Sometimes the paroxysm continues for several hours or days -'Status Asthmaticus’. The outcome is a typical picture of asthma characterised by:

  • Cough, Irritable unproductive
  • Breathlessness and wheezing
  • Other associated symptoms include fever, general weakness and pressure in chest.
  • Cyanosis or pallor, with increased pulse may be present

More then 50% of Asthmatics have family history of allergy or Asthma with associated symtoms of skin. At Bakson we treat the disease holistically with no side effects.




Recurrent Cough, Cold, Tonsillitis

Followimg should be strictly avoided:

Coke, Fanta, Frooti, Limca, Maaza, Pepsi etc. Fruit juices (Citrus Fruits) e.g. Orange & Mousambi, Chilled water', Ice cream, Curd (dahi), Butter milk (lassi), (Fresh sweet curd at room temperature csn be taken).

Grapes (Angoor), Lemon (Nimbu), Mangoes (Aam), Orange (Santra), Pineapple (Anannas). pomegranate. (Anar), Water Melon (Tarbooz), Musk Melon (Kharbuja).

Pickles (Achaar), Rasam, Sauce/Ketchup, Sambhat, Tomato Soup, Vinegar (Sirka), Water Balls (Gole Gappa), Tamarind (Imli),


Following should be avoided if it worsens the symptoms:

Banana (Kela), Guava(Amrud)

Burgers, Chips/Wafers, Choic bhature, Chocolates, Dry Fruits, Fried Food, Ham, Halwa, Kheer, Milk Shake, Omelette. Pakora, Parantha. Pastries, Pizza, Puri, Samosa, Sweets (Mithai), Vada.

Kadhi, Noodles, Rice, Sweet Corn. Soup, Urad Daal (Rice is permissible for those whose staple diet is rice), Lobia, Rajma (Red beans), Junk food.

Beans. Colocasia (Arbi), Cucumber (Kheera), Lady finger (Bhindi), Potato (Aaloo), Spinach (Saag). Sweet Potato (Shakarkand), Tomato (Raw), Tapioca, Radish (Muli).

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