How To Cleanse or Detox Smoker's Lungs Naturally After Quitting Smoking





Your lungs can be very badly affected by smokingWhen lung tissue is destroyed, the number of air spaces and blood vessels in the lungs decreases. Less oxygen is carried to your body. 

Coughs, colds, wheezing and asthma are just the start. Smoking can cause fatal diseases such as pneumonia, emphysema and lung cancer. Smoking causes 84% of deaths from lung cancer and 83% of deaths from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

Here are some other problems smoking causes:

-Smoking robs you of some of your good cholesterol.  
-Smoking temporarily raises your blood pressure.
-Smoking increases the blood’s clotting likelihood.
-Smoking makes it more difficult to exercise.

Healthy lungs are pink and a smoker's lung is black.

Despite graphic warnings, however, many continue to smoke, and many more start smoking.

Here's a good news, you can quit smoking and regain a healthy lungs if you are willing to stay the course.

The truth is that once the lung tissue are damaged, totally curing it is highly impossible. But there is still hope. Due to our modern discoveries to remedies, both herbal and traditional, we now have a way to rejuvenate a smoker's black lungs.

Although it may take some time, you can take immediate steps to achieve immediate relief.

Here's how you detox a smoker's lungs after quitting:

1. Eat raw honey every day

Anecdotal evidence abounds that a teaspoon of raw honey a day keeps lung cancer away. Even with years of smoking, people consume raw honey daily report that they start coughing up tar after only a week of honey therapy.

They also enjoy increased vigor that leads to a more physically active life. Honey brims with antibacterial and antiseptic properties, so starting your post-smoking rehabilitation program with it yields encouraging results.

Honey is also rich in minerals that promise tissue repair.



2. Avoid mucus-forming foods

Processed meat, dried and frozen convenience foods, fast foods, and dairy and non-dairy confections trigger mucus production. Even starchy vegetables and fruits along with fatty oils from avocado, corn, and canola stimulate the mild production of mucus, so eliminate the former types in your diet and consume the latter in small amounts.

Instead, eat more alkaline foods like root vegetables, leaf greens, cruciferous vegetables, cayenne pepper, garlic, lemon, and raisins, which are the top foods in this category.




3. Consume chlorophyll-rich foods.

Juice wheatgrass, spirulina, chlorella, blue-green algae, and sprouted seeds and nuts not only cleanse but also, more importantly, increase the body's oxygen uptake by producing more blood.

Smokers often suffer from bluish lips and fingernails that result lack of oxygen or poor circulation of oxygen-deprived blood. 

Raw foods, as this food group is often called, also cleanses the blood, organs, and tissues from debris, so you get a two-fold benefit by eating more raw foods. 




4. Breathe deep

Smoking damages the lung's air sacs. These tiny bags that inflate and deflate as gases are exchanged take the most toll from cigarette smoke. When they are irritated, the walls collapse so they become bigger, making it difficult for the smoker to take deep breaths, which eventually results to breathlessness as air sac damage advances.

Emphysema, which happens when the air sacs destroyed, is irreversible, so it's important to quit smoking before that condition sets in. To exercise the lungs, you need to inhale slowly and deeply so the tissues oxygenate well. 




5.Get a massage

Massage distributes lymph evenly throughout the body. Lymph is the clear fluid that travels through blood vessels and moves with tissues to keep the body clean. Massage also promotes is essential deep breathing, which is essential to exercise your lungs. Afterward, drink plenty of warm to drain toxins. 



6. Cleanse more effectively using herbs

Milk thistle has been found to be the most promising cure for lung cancer. Thistle contains an agent called silibinin, which halts the progress of cancer by rehabilitating damaged lung tissues. 

Drink two cups a day for healthier lungs and healthier liver.

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