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I was on all varieties of drugs, preventative, acute response. I practiced the breathing techniques for months and my asthma symptoms were completely eliminated and more permanently. It convinced me that the western approach to asthma was completely symptom treating, inherently wrong and the medications only act to exacerbate the symptoms in the long term. Especially when it comes to two-year-olds. Yep, wrong on both counts. Cromoglicate is a mast cell stabilizer available in Canada over-the-counter as nasal spray, inhaled aerosol or eye drop.