Millions of individuals suffer with lung problems. For those that suffer from wheezing and shortness of breath can detox their lymphatic system and intravenous system at the same time. Also, it is imperative to restore organ nutrient reserves to help ward off weakness.
Irritants/toxins are foreign substances which stems from toxic metals, and artificial and environmental chemicals. They contribute to inflammation of lung cells which in turn may cause wheezing and shortness of breath. Irritants attach themselves to cell receptor sites, the doorways of cells. Normally, a cell receptor site allows hormones (messengers), gases, nutrients and other food-based substances to enter and leave the cell. However, when they are blocked, the cell’s internal and external communications are set back. In defense, a cell tries to suppress irritants by generating inflammation processes to force them off. Nevertheless, irritants are resistant, but they must come off.
Ionic foot detoxing:
A good device to utilizatize is an ionic foot detoxification device. These devices accelerate waste dumping processes of the lymphatic system. Through the pores of the feet, it transmits ionic signals to irritants found on cell receptor sites. Salty water and an electronic cartilage are used in the process. The ions bind with the irritants to carry them away from the cell’s receptor sites. Once this process is completed, the lymphatic system helps drain the irritants into a warm foot tube. This is an effective way to help lymph fluids rid irritants. This system is popular in Europe and is growing in the United States.
Another method is intravenous Chelation therapy. Its an EDTA chelating amino acid therapy that binds to the heavy metals in the bloodstream, and flushes them out through the urinary system. This method is used by industries. Biochemists, microbiologist and geologist utilize EDTA Chelation to separate metals. It is also approved by the FDA to remove heavy metal poising in patients. Therefore, it can be safely used in the body.
Good nutrients are critical for organ systems. Both the lungs and the lymphatic system utilize set nutrients to restore their organ nutrient reserves. They are vitamin A, B complex, C, and D, as well as calcium, copper, and iron minerals. Other beneficial herbs are comfrey, lungwort, lobelia, thyme, elecampane, eucalyptus, fenugreek, licorice, marshmallow, and sage. Also, if an individual is seeking to open air passageways, or a painkiller for the throat and lungs, Mullein tea is fantastic alternative. However, Mullein is not recommended for those allergic to ragweed. An individual will need to drink plenty of water, and eat alkaline foods, and reduce their intake of acidic foods to replenish their organ nutrient reserves. Alkaline foods are most vegetables, herbs and fruits. These have the right nutrient combination which strengthen organ systems. Whereas, acidic foods, such as meats, diary, pastas, and some nuts will draw from organ reserves. When organs are fully stocked with alkaline nutrients, they are more equipped to fight sickness, and maintain good health.
How does the lymphatic system and bloodstream work together?
The reasons why these methods are successful is because the body integrates both the lymphatic system and the bloodstream to discard waste. For example, the lymphatic system is outstanding in cleaning up the blood. It is also part of the immune system. The process is simple; from the bloodstream, it picks up, filters, removes, balances fluids, absorb fats, fight infections, and build defenses against toxins, irritants, bacteria, viruses and other foreign substances. Then is dumps the waste into the bloodstream so that the bloodstream can begin removing it. The lymphatic system functions normally when its fluid movements are not hindered. However, when sluggish, it imay be holding excess waste which can trigger symptoms such as, fatigue, skin rashes, headaches, allergies, cancers, and so on.
Have you been wheezing or had shortness of breath issues? If so, what have you done to alleviate this problem?
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