Just in case you have not yet heard, smoking is bad. It is directly linked to a host of diseases that rank from really nasty to murderous. Cancer, hypertension, stroke, heart disease, bad breath, chronic bronchitis, emphysema, erectile dysfunction, eye diseases, and the list goes on.
Luckily, as hard as it is to quit, the benefits start kicking almost immediately and we just found a way to reverse some of the damage done, even after years of smoking have taken their toll. This miracle drink only has a few ingredients, but it will help cleanse your lungs like nobody’s business and have you feeling better than you have in years.
We all know how bad smoking can be. The years of denial and tacit public acceptance have crumbled beneath the weight of scientific evidence, and the tide has turned for a once socially acceptable habit. Now smoking is not seen as a habit of the sophisticated erudite person, so much as an addiction. Today, the habit can even lead to social marginalization.
But for those who are successful at quitting, the health risks diminish quickly. Lung strength returns, expanded vocal range, ability to taste foods, and blood pressure returns to normal within weeks or months. And the risk of developing cancer and other life threatening illnesses drops precipitously.
However, former smokers are still left with a lot of junk coating their lungs, which means that you are not totally out of the woods, even when you quit for good.
Luckily we found a recipe for a drink that will cleanse you lungs and have you living better than ever!
The ingredients are all well known homeopathic remedies in their own right. Turmeric, high in omega 3 fatty acids, is a known anticancer and antiviral agent, and is rich in vitamins and minerals. Onions are also known for their anticancer properties, and will boost your immune system significantly. Ginger has been used for centuries as a way to remove mucus from the lungs.
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