For All Smokers: How to Make a Miracle Elixir to Clean Your Lungs - RiseEarth

For All Smokers: How to Make a Miracle Elixir to Clean Your Lungs

by Healthy Food House

If you’ve been smoking for more than five years, you’ve so far certainly had bronchitis, which is characterized by specific coughing.

Normally it would be best to quit them forever, but if you can’t do that, we suggest to you to insert this food in your daily diet along with a recipe for a potion that’ll also help.

Garlic and Onion

You already know a lot of benefits of garlic and onions. They have anticancer effects and excellent prevention of many malignancies. The onion is particularly effective in preventing various respiratory infections.


This ancient east spice has been long known for its miraculous curative action. Ginger is also important for the disposal of the layers of secretions in the lungs from smoking.


This stunning yellow spice is rich in vitamins and minerals and contains healing omega 3 fatty acids. Turmeric acts antiviral, antibacterial and anticancer, so it is very desirable to include in the daily diet.

Recipe for a potion that cleans the lungs from smoking:

  • 14 oz /400 g onions
  • 34 oz /1 liter of water
  • 14 oz /400 g of brown sugar
  • 2 tablespoons turmeric
  • Cleaned small root ginger

Put a bowl on heat. Pour water along with sugar and leave them to boil. Add the cleaned onion, chopped in quarters, and the grated ginger root (about the size of your thumb). Place the turmeric and when it starts boiling, reduce the heat. Simmer until the amount is not reduced twice, strain, put in a glass jar, and when the mixture is completely cool, place it in the refrigerator. Take two tablespoons in the morning (on an empty stomach) and in the evening, two hours after a meal.

Warning: Before you begin the consumption of any medication, consult your doctor or pharmacist.

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  1. What about people with diabetes? Can the brown sugar be replaced with, for example, xylitol?

    1. you can use coconut sugar or honey maplesyrup & molasses...

    2. Lol, that's still just sugar. Sugar is sugar is sugar, regardless of where it comes from it has exactly the same effect in the body.

  2. 'Simmer until the amount is not reduced twice.' What does this mean???? Very poor QA/QC in the editorial. not to mention credibility!!!!!!

  3. Why is there a huge space in between the ingredients? Shouldn't there be garlic in there somewhere?