6 Questions to Ask Yourself To Know If You Need a Lung & Respiratory Cleanse

Newly updated

Most people suffer from respiratory issues this time of year. And it tends to be a redundant problem that gets worse and more and more suffer every year. Cold symptoms are an alarm that indicates the body is overloaded with toxins and waste. The Lancet states ‘the common cold and influenza (flu) are the most common syndromes of infection in human beings.’

Here are some of the latest statistics published in Right Diagnosis:

Incidence (annual) of Common Cold: 62 million cases (NIAID); 23.6 per 100 (NHIS96); estimated 1 billion colds in the USA annually; Children get 6-10 yearly, adults 2-4 yearly; over 60’s less than 1 a year.

Incidence Rate: approx 1 in 4 or 22.79% or 62 million people in USA [about data]

Incidence extrapolations for USA for Common Cold: 62,000,000 per year, 5,166,666 per month, 1,192,307 per week, 169,863 per day, 7,077 per hour, 117 per minute, 1 per second.

Prevalence of Common Cold: In the course of a year, individuals in the United States suffer 1 billion colds, according to some estimates. (Source: excerpt from The Common Cold, NIAID Fact Sheet: NIAID)

Is your body showing signs that it needs a lung and respiratory cleanse? Here are 6 questions you need to ask yourself to know if you need one:

  1. Do you have a chronic phlegm producing cough?
  2. Do you wheeze with asthma?
  3. Is your head stuffy with congestive allergy?
  4. Do you have bronchitis or severe sinusitis?
  5. Do you have a runny nose in any weather?
  6. Are you a cigarette/cigar/marijuana smoker?

If you answered yes, to one or more of the above questions, then yes, you guessed it. A lung and respiratory cleanse is a MUST.

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Another aspect that deals with lung and respiratory system challenges is the harboring of certain emotions, especially, the emotion of Survival.  Holistic medicine teaches us that the emotion of Survival, feeling overwhelmed, feeling as though one is drowning, is a catalyst and a trigger to beginning to suffer with respiratory challenges. It is taught that this many times is the root cause that turns on problems in the lungs and respiratory system like a light switch.  It is also noted that this overwhelming feeling of, ‘am I going to make it, life is too difficult, can I endure this, this is too much for me’, is the feeling that tends to overcome the person when they have a negative habit that affects the respiratory system, as in smoking.  The feeling creeps in just about every time the person ‘feels like they need a smoke’.

The good news is, once one begins to strengthen the lungs, once one begins to strengthen the respiratory system, this negative emotion tends to dissipate and they are able to let it, rather than thinking ‘it is easier said than done’.

Now, what can you do to avoid getting sick constantly?…

  • Drink plenty of non-dairy fluids, like WATER
  • homemade blended natural fruit juices made from organic
    frozen berries are great also and should be used frozen rather than using fresh berries since many times they may be moldy and increase Candida Albicans (yeast overload that contributes to allergies, etc.)
  • Light vegetable broths are ideal also
  • STOP DRINKING COW MILK AND EATING ALL DAIRY, at least until feeling better, for a minimum of two weeks. Cow milk and dairy products increase phlegm. They cause constipation also and this contributes to more sinus problems and head mucous congestion.

To stimulate the immune system, and cleanse lungs and the respiratory system in general, use the following repeated a minimum of  3 times (a minimum of 30-90 days). Click each individual link below to obtain and for more information on each:

CLEANSTART
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM PACK
IMMUNE SYSTEM PACK 

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