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Lung Cleanse

Although orange peels are a common addition to the compost pile, next time you’re about to toss them, don’t. They’re packed with beneficial compounds and nutrients that can do your body some extra good, especially if you’re suffering from respiratory distress. (more…)

Peppermint oil is a versatile, aromatic oil, widely used for various ailments including indigestion, headache, and muscle aches. Found in gum, mints, mouthwash, and many other products, peppermint oil is a powerful cleanser derived from the plant native to Europe, and has been popular with herbalists for centuries before current appreciation by the scientific and medical community. (more…)

A major part of how healthy we are comes from how clean the air we breathe really is. Fumes and carcinogens from factories and automobile exhaust, and tons of other harmful gases are all around us. These are dangerous molecules to inhale, and they also decrease the actual amount of oxygen in the air. Now, consider this: most of our airborne toxins are inhaled while we're inside because we spend most of our lives indoors whether it's in offices, homes, schools, churches. And since that's where most of our time […]

Looking for foods that help your lungs? Look no further! We have three of the top foods to help cleanse your lungs and keep them in tip-top shape. Pistachios Pistachios don't provide the same direct lung cleansing benefits the way many herbs do. But they're still important to anyone interested in improving their lung health. They contain a type of Vitamin E, known as gamma-tocopherol that can offer a certain level of protection against some forms of lung cance, according to some studies.[1] Pistachios are also thought to help lower […]

Lungwort, also known as lungwort leaf or Pulmonaria officinalis, is a natural plant that has been used around the world for a variety of respiratory ailments, including coughs, colds, bronchial detoxification and catarrhal concerns. Lungwort is found in native damp habitats and coastal areas in Europe, Asia, North America, and Africa. [1] Because it’s very sensitive to environmental toxins, the areas in which it is found are typically unpolluted old forests, and thus, the presence of lungwort is often a good indicator of an ecosystem's health. (more…)