This Amazing Lung Cleansing Remedy Will Suppress The Health Effects Of Smoking

Quitting smoking is an extremely difficult task. Only 4-7 % of smokers  successfully quit when they don’t have medicines or outside help. That statistic jumps to 25 percent when the person uses medicines and other aides.

There is no reason to try to quit cold turkey or with out any help. It doesn’t mean you are a stronger person, it just strains your inner resources more.

We all know that smoking is bad for you. The myriad of chemicals and toxins poison the body and encourage cancer. The purpose of some of these chemicals is to keep you addicted. The withdrawal symptoms are harsh but short lived.

The body can recover quickly after you stop smoking. The build up of tar and other chemicals in your body, especially your lungs, takes a while to break down. This simple all natural tonic can help accelerate the body’s recovery.

You Will Need

  • Ginger Root (grated)
  • 400 g Of Onion (chopped)
  • 2 tsp Turmeric Powder
  • 400 g of Sugar or Honey
  • 1 liter of Water

Start by boiling the water. Once boiling, add the sugar or honey, chopped onions and grated ginger. After boiling for about five minutes, start to reduce the heat, keeping the solution simmering. Add the turmeric powder. Keep at a simmer until the liquid has been reduced by about half. Remove from the heat and let it cool. Store it in the fridge after it cools to about room temperature.

Take two spoonfuls of the remedy in the morning before you eat or drink anything. Take another two spoonfuls in the evening, after you have eaten. When combined, this mixture boosts the body’s detoxification process greatly.

Turmeric is a wonder herb that relieves inflammation, acts as an antibacterial, antiseptic and has anti-viral properties. The onion helps with cleaning out the lungs in particular, clearing away toxins and preventing infections and diseases. Ginger helps to regulate the body’s natural functions and remove toxins.

Like I said before quitting is difficult so don’t be afraid to reach out for help and inform people of your goal.


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