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For smokers and ex-smokers: 6 ways to cleanse and revitalize your lungs


 

It has been observed that even former smokers who quit several years ago have traces of lung damage.

Even if we’ve never smoked, second-hand cigarette smoke, industrial pollution, vehicle exhaust and now chemtrails with heavy metal nanoparticles falling on us, all contribute to some level of lung damage for almost everyone.

So, whether or not you have ever smoked tobacco full of chemicals and radioactive (from fertilizers), detoxification and regeneration of lung tissue may be appropriate for you.

As an aside, the notion that lung damage is irreparable is false. Proper, regular food and care can repair damaged tissues in your lungs.

Here’s how to detoxify and regenerate your lungs:
1) Lifestyle changes come first because they are the basis of any remedy to achieve significant and long-lasting effects.

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he best way to avoid most chemicals, GMOs, artificial sweeteners, high fructose corn syrup, excess sugar and low quality salt, is to eliminate junk foods, processed foods and sodas. Reduce meat, avoid dairy and gluten to reduce excess mucus. Also add ginger, onions, garlic and cayenne pepper to help eliminate excess mucus.

Do more exercise outside, away from traffic if possible. Breathing exercises like this can help strengthen lung tissue. Yoga offers some, and there are others too.

2) Eliminate toxic products from the home found in detergents, cleaning products, bleach, and chemically scented “air fresheners.”

There are many chemical-free home fragrances available at health food stores, and you can also make some with essential oils. The same goes for cosmetics and personal care products. Only buy products without aluminum and paraben, but the best thing is to prepare them yourself.

If you have a garden, do not use commercial pesticides because they are toxic: they emit caustic gases or vapors that irritate the lungs. There are alternatives that are non-toxic to humans and animals.

3) Improve indoor air, which can be even worse than outdoor air. Try replacing carpets with other floor coverings or at least vacuum and steam clean often. Be wary of fireproof furniture or clothing. Flame retardants emit carcinogenic gaseous effluents. Formaldehyde is also found in paints and many household materials. And it’s also good to know that a law dating back a few years allows construction materials to include around 2% nuclear waste.

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You may want to look into air purifiers. You can also simply place a few beautiful houseplants that add life to your home while removing toxins. List of depolluting plants that purify the air in our interiors

4) Medicinal plants for pulmonary problems are numerous. You will need to determine which type of plant is best suited to your situation.

Antitussive plants reduce respiratory spasms. Expectorant plants liquefy mucus. Emollient plants soothe irritated tissues. And antimicrobial plants treat infections.

Here’s a good guide to beneficial plants for the lungs: 15 Plants That Can Boost Lung Health, Cure Respiratory Infections, and Repair Lung Damage

Licorice root is the herb that covers just about all of these attributes. It may create side effects for some due to its glycyrrhizin content. But products based on licorice extract are available without glycyrrhizin. They are known as deglycyrrhizinated licorice or DGL licorice.

Lobelia, ironically known as Indian tobacco, helps clear the airways to make breathing easier. It even works for asthma attacks.

5) Detoxification is necessary for the entire regeneration period. By eliminating or reducing your toxic load, you will relieve your immune system and allow the reconstruction of new tissue to occur.

Point 1 of this article is an absolute prerequisite for detoxification. Foods such as chlorella and cilantro consumed regularly can help eliminate heavy metals, especially from the liver. Zeolite in raw (non-liquid) form is very useful.

Make sure you drink plenty of fluoride-free, purified water and find ways to sweat more. If you can, use a sauna.

6) Serrapeptase enzymes are very powerful enzymes capable of absorbing scar tissue, heavily calcified tissue and hardened mucus deposits. They led to a spectacular recovery for a British patient suffering from emphysema a few years ago.

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