Once the phlegm and mucus accumulate in your lungs, the risk of lung infections is greatly increased.

The intake of toxic foods and dairy contributes to acidic environment in the organism and causes a dangerous mucoid membrane to develop in the intestine, which disallows the nutrients to pass through the wall.


White or gray phlegm while coughing is a sign of an upper respiratory tract infection or sinus blockage.

Thick and dark yellow phlegm indicates a viral or bacterial infections, sinus infection or lower respiratory tract infection. Maintain your lungs as clear as possible.


3- Ingredient Remedy to Cleanse Your Lungs of Phlegm, Toxins and Infections

It thins and looses the mucus in the airways, removes blockage and improves the breathing.


1-2 teaspoons of dried mullein leaves

1 ½ cups of boiling water

1-2 teaspoons of honey


Allow the water to boil and use tea ball or a strainer to submerge the mullein leaves in the hot water. Leave it to stay for 15 minutes and if you like you can add the honey.

If you don’t like the taste of mullein, you can prepare an inhalant with it. Put the leaves in boiling water and boil them for 5 minutes. Inhale the steam and you will reduce the coughs, asthma and relieve congestion.

Healing conditions like lung weaknesses, coughing, respiratory constriction and chest colds with mullein is very easy. This is why the experts are calling it the lung healing herb.

Mullein leaf has been used as an expectorant for healing respiratory obstruction for long time. It stimulates the removal of mucus, particularly the mucus accumulated in the lungs.

The expectorant helps the lungs to remove the mucus and phlegm by separating it from the walls of the lungs. Mullein triggers the coughing although it is the treated symptom. Coughing is necessary for the ejection of mucus and phlegm.


Source: http://www.healthyfoodplans.net/

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