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Book Select: Mucusless Diet Healing System

 Discover The Simplest and Most Powerful NATURAL lifestyle secret that has IMPROVED the lives of THOUSANDS!

Professor Arnold Ehret’s Mucusless diet healing system: Annotated, Revised, and Edited by Prof. Spiracontains one of the most profound revelations of the 21st century: that mucus-forming foods are unnatural for us to eat and are the fundamental cause of many human illnesses.

But how can you eliminate these foods and cleanse the body from their waste? This book has everything You need to Know to Instantly begin Cleansing the Body and Gaining a NEW Lease on Life!

Got MUCUS? Then You Need To Read This Book Because You Will Learn how to:

  • Overcome debilitating health issues naturally,
  • Identify which foods are mucus-forming
  • Melt away unwanted body fat,
  • Easily overcame that stuffy nose or cough,
  • Heal yourself of numerous painful ailments naturally,
  • Transition safely and permanently toward a mucus-free diet,
  • And much more!

What others are saying:
“When I came across Prof. Arnold Ehret’s Mucusless Diet Healing System: Annotated, Revised, and by Prof. Spira it was an epiphany because I finally understood the root cause of human illness, and therefore the compensation action that must be taken to correct prior years of wrong disease producing foods that have been eaten since birth.” -Andrae K. Genus, M.Sc., Environmental Scientist

“The Annotated Mucusless Diet will be able to answer questions that people who read the original in the past might have had, making Arnold Ehret’s book finally complete.” -Georgia Barretto, Brazilian Jazz Musician

“Having now read the book with Spira’s notes and revisions, it is as if I was led hand in hand by a wise person, almost feeling the author’s presence next to me, guiding me toward the right thing to do. In a word, if I were on a desert island, this is the only book that I would take with me.” -Aldo Bassi, Mucusless Diet Expert from Italy

“The book is excellent! I love the fact that you are so detail oriented. With each page I was learning a lot. Professor Spira, you really outdid yourself and deserve a pat on the back!” -Keonna Lo

What if you only craved the foods that were good for you?
You will learn to transform your taste buds so that you no longer desire the most harmful mucus-forming foods. This makes eating healthy so much easier and fun!

 

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10 Herbs To Clear Mucus from Lungs

If you’re looking for more natural solutions, check out these powerful herbal remedies that just might save your life!

The traditional principles of folk medicine rely on herbal remedies not only boost lung health, but to heal infections and even repair lung damage.

Here are the best herbs to boost lung health.

  15 most powerful herbs to clear lung infections and mucus from the lungs:

1. Cannabis

The toxic breakdown of therapeutic compounds in cannabis from burning the plant are totally avoided with vaporization. Extraction and inhaling cannabinoid essential oils of the unprocessed plant affords significant mitigation of irritation to the oral cavity that comes from smoking.

Cannabis is perhaps one of the most effective anti-cancer plants in the world shown in study after study to stimulate cannabinoid receptor activation in specific genes and mediate the anti-invasive effect of cannabinoids.

Vaporizing cannabis allows the active ingredients to stimulate the body’s natural immune response and significantly reduces the ability of infections to spread.

Vaporizing cannabis (especially with very high amounts of cannabinoids) opens up airways and sinuses, acting as a bronchodilator. It is even a proven method to treat and reverse asthma.

2. Chaparral

Chaparral, a plant native to the southwest, has been appreciated by the Native Americans for lung detoxification and respiratory support. Chaparral contains powerful antioxidants that resist irritation and NDGA which is known to fight histamine response.

NDGA inhibits aerobic and anaerobic glycolysis (the energy-producing ability) of cancer cells. Chaparral is also an herb that fights harmful organisms. The benefits of chaparral are most available in a tincture extraction but chaparral tea may support respiratory problems by encouraging an expectorant action to clear airways of mucus.

3. Coltsfoot

Coltsfoot has been traditionally by Native Americans for thousands of years to strengthen the lungs. It clears out excess mucus from the lungs and bronchial tubes.

It soothes the mucus membranes in the lungs and has been shown in research to assist with asthma, coughs, bronchitis, and other lung ailments. Coltsfoot is available in dried form for tea or as an alcohol extract known as a tincture.

4. Eleacampane

Elecampane has been used by Native Americans for many years to clear out excess mucus that impairs lung function. It is known as a natural antibacterial agent for the lungs, helping to lessen infection particularly for people who are prone to lung infections like bronchitis. Herbal practitioners often recommend one teaspoon of the herb per cup of boiling water, drunk three times daily for two to three weeks but Elecampane is also available in tincture format for ease.

5. Eucalyptus

Native to Australia, eucalyptus isn’t just for Koala bears! Aborigines, Germans, and Americans have all used the refreshing aroma of eucalyptus to promote respiratory health and soothe throat irritation. Eucalyptus is a common ingredient in cough lozenges and syrups and its effectiveness is due to a compound called cineole.

Cineole has numerous benefits — it’s an expectorant, can ease a cough, fights congestion, and soothes irritated sinus passages. As an added bonus, because eucalyptus contains antioxidants, it supports the immune system during a cold or other illness.

6. Licorice

Licorice is one of the more widely consumed herbs in the world. In Traditional Chinese Medicine it occurs in more formulas than any other single herb because it is thought to harmonize the action of all other herbs. Licorice is very soothing and softens the mucous membranes of the throat and especially the lungs and stomach and at the same time cleanses any inflamed mucous membrane that needs immune system support.

It reduces the irritation in the throat and yet has an expectorant action. It is the saponins (detergent-like action) that loosen the phlegm in the respiratory tract so that the body can expel the mucus. Compounds within this root help relieve bronchial spasms and block the free radical cells that produce the inflammation and tightening of the air ways.

The compounds also have antibacterial and antiviral effects to them as well which helps fight off viral and bacterial strains in the body that can cause lung infections. Glycyrrhizin and flavonoids can even help prevent lung cancer cells from forming which means they can even prevent lung cancer.

7. Lobelia

Did you know that horses given lobelia are able to breath more deeply? Its benefits are not limited to equestrians. It has been used as “asthmador” in Appalachian folk medicine. Lobelia, by some accounts, is thought to be one of the most valuable herbal remedies in existence. Extracts of Lobelia inflata contain lobeline, which showed positive effects in the treatment of multidrug-resistant tumor cells.

Lobelia contains an alkaloid known as lobeline, which thins mucus, breaks up congestion. Additionally, Lobelia stimulates the adrenal glands to release epinephrine, in effect, this relaxes the airways and allows for easier breathing. Also, because lobelia helps to relax smooth muscles, it is included in many cough and cold remedies. Lobelia should be part of everyone’s respiratory support protocol!

8. Lungwort

Lungwort is a tree-growing lichen that actually resembles lung tissue in appearance. However, this natural remedy doesn’t just look the part. As early as the 1600s, lungwort has been used to promote lung and respiratory health and clear congestion. Pulmonaria selections come in all kinds so seek an herbologist for direction. Lungwort also contains compounds that are powerfully effective against harmful organisms that affect respiratory health.

9. Mullein

Both the flowers and the leaves of the mullein plant are used to make an herbal extract that helps strengthen the lungs. Mullein is used by herbal practitioners to clear excess mucus from the lungs, cleanse the bronchial tubes, and reduce inflammation that is present in the respiratory tract. A tea can be made from one teaspoon of the dried herb to one cup of boiled water. Alternatively, you can take a tincture form of this herb.

10. Oregano

Although oregano contains the vitamins and nutrients required by the immune system, its primary benefits are owed to its carvacrol and rosmarinic acid content. Both compounds are natural decongestants and histamine reducers that have direct, positive benefits on the respiratory tract and nasal passage airflow.

Oil of oregano fights off the dangerous bacteria Staphylococcus aureus, better than the most common antibiotic treatments. Oregano has so many health benefits that a bottle of organic oregano oil should be in everyone’s medicine cabinet.

Courtesy of PreventDisease.com