Things you need :
- Vitamins B, C, and Herbs.
- Water E Photos (spring or steam-distilled).
- Fruit and vegetable juices.
1. Flush the nicotine
Built to clean nicotine from your blood, you can turn to two of the most basic needs of the body: air and water. Cigarette smoke affects the lungs, but by constantly feeding fresh air to it, we will be able to stimulate the guide the detoxification process. The best way to do this is by simple aerobic exercise like walking. You can also add deep breathing exercises to your program.
2. Drink plenty of water
Preferably steam distilled or spring. Water naturally removes toxins from the body. At least 8-12 glasses of water are recommended for everyone every day.
3. Fruit drinks and vegetable juices
Fresh citrus or apple juice are good choices, as well as blackcurrant juice. Carrot juice is recommended as a vegetable juice and beet and asparagus juice. They must be freshly prepared juice to get the best out of them.
4. Juice fasting.
Accelerate the elimination of toxins from your body through juice fasting. Consult a doctor or nutritionist before starting a fast.
Follow an anti-oxidant therapy. Smoking significantly depletes your body of vitamin C in order to replenish your body with this antioxidant for your nicotine addiction.
6. Other vitamins that can help.
The liver is important for detoxification processes. Also, vitamin-E helps protect your cells and organs from damage caused by smoking and nicotine toxicity. Coenzyme Q - 10 is another antioxidant needed to protect cells and lungs. It also protects damaged by smoking and nicotine in the blood cardiac tissue.
Take herbs like catnip, lobelia, or valerian root. Nicotine is a highly addictive chemical with dependence similar or sometimes higher (for other people) than cocaine or heroin. When your body does not get this toxic chemical, you may experience withdrawal symptoms, including anxiety, nervousness and tremors, and cravings.
Herbs can calm you down and help reduce these symptoms. They can be taken as a tea, which is also relaxing, or a supplement.
Ginger can help the body to sweat, which in turn cleans the toxins from the body. Other foods that work similarly are garlic and cayenne pepper.
9. Grape Seed
Take grape seed extract, which is also a powerful antioxidant.
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You can also learn more about health and nutrition by joining our group Lung, COPD and Health Examiner.
A great method of easing COPD, lung symptoms, and mucus build-up is by going through our Mullein Lung Detox Programme.