Someone emailed us the other day with a simple question “Can you really clean out your lungs of tar and toxins?“. For privacy sake I will not post the entire letter but suffice to say this person was a smoker, was skeptical but was still worried about the state of their lungs and their future even if they do quit smoking cigarettes.
The answer, of course, is yes. Tar and chemicals from cigarettes can be cleansed from your body. In fact, if you quit smoking you immediately start to do this naturally as your body knows that this stuff is very bad for it and will try its best to remove it from your lungs. The problem is that the body takes a LONG time to do this so some people mistakenly believe that you are simply stuck with terrible lungs after smoking.
This is especially a bad thing for current smokers to know because it can lead to a dangerous type of thinking where they refuse to quit because they think they are already doomed.
The Facts Are:
- Stopping smoking immediately stops further tar and chemical intake making this the best decision you will ever make.
- Once you stop smoking the body slowly gets to work cleaning out your lungs.
- A lung detoxification system can help your body to speed this process up by an enormous margin.
- Many conditions and diseases can be prevented this way making quitting and detoxing essential to your respiratory health.
So can you clean out your lungs of all the crap you put in there in the first place? The answer is yes and you should look into it as soon as possible if you smoke or if you used to smoke for the sake of your health and the welfare of your family and friends as well. Click below to find out exactly how to do this: