Respiratory System Detox / Lungs & Airway Cleanse
Grapes, Celery, Sweet Potato, Green Granny Apples, Organic Ginger, Organic Lemons with the Peel
The lungs are one of the most important organs in the body, and most people don’t realize how quickly the lungs can be polluted with toxins from our diet, lifestyle, or atmosphere.
What goes into your lungs eventually makes its way into the bloodstream, so it is important to be mindful of keeping your lungs free of toxins to stay healthy.
There are simple things you can do to detoxify the lungs regularly to increase lung capacity, reduce the risk of lung cancer, and improve the general health of the respiratory tract. After all, you need to breathe to live right? Might as well take care of one of the organs that give you life!
Mild lung infection in a generally healthy person can easily be helped with a change of diet and taking supplements to clear it up. However, lungs damaged due to years of smoking or inhaling pollution will need to go through the detox order: gastrointestinal, liver, kidney, and then a lung cleanse.
Drinking fresh grape juice once a day for a week will help clean out the lungs from the buildup of toxins. The skin in grapes has high antioxidant powers that help to limit inflammation in the lungs, which can help to reduce the severity of asthma and the risk of lung cancer.
Intentionally practicing deep breathing can help keep the lungs free of toxins because it increases blood flow to the lungs. It is recommended to include exercises that involve holding the breath and then letting it out in one long and strong exhale. Along with breathing exercises, physical movements can help open up the lungs. Stimulating an increased heart rate and oxygen-deprived muscles with intense exercise, your lungs will develop an increased capacity for filtering clean oxygen for the muscles.