HOW TO CLEAR YOUR LUNGS OF NICOTINE AND TAR- NATURALLY!
If you are a smoker, your lungs are filled with nicotine and tar, which is a very bad thing for you and your health. Even if you stopped smoking recently, your lungs are still full of these harmful poisons.
If you are looking for a way to clean your lungs you should definitely read this article, it will help you a great deal. If you’re still smoking, the first step is to quit as soon as possible.
You should stop smoking as soon as possible because the way nicotine and tobacco smoke affect the lungs can be irreversible if you continue smoking.
Here is a super effective remedy that will help you cleanse your lungs. And the best part is that you only need 3 simple ingredients that we all use daily in our kitchens.
*400 g onion
*2 tsp turmeric
inger root (an inch piece)
*400 g sugar or honey
tart by boiling the water and the sweet ingredient of your choosing. If you decide to use honey add it at the end.
Chop your onions and grate the ginger root and add them to the liquid.
When all of the ingredients start boiling again, add the 2 teaspoons of turmeric powder, stir well and reduce the heat to low.
Leave the liquid to simmer on low heat until it reduces to half. Once this is done, strain the remedy and pour it into a jar. Cool the remedy completely and keep it in your fridge.
Take 2 spoons of the remedy twice a day. The first time take the remedy in the morning, on an empty stomach and the second time after your late-night snack or dinner.
Health benefits of the ingredients in the remedy:
The healing properties of ginger have been used for centuries. This powerful spice has a wide range of benefits on your health, including the ability to eliminate mucus buildups in the lungs.
Turmeric has anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-septic effect on our organism. It is well known for its ability to cleanse the blood and prevent inflammation.
Onion has strong anti-cancer properties, so it’s commonly used for the treatment of malignant diseases. This vegetable is a very efficient prevention when it comes to respiratory problems.