How to cleanse the body after smoking?

Decem­ber 13, 2017, 05:25

All harm­ful sub­stances from smok­ing are excret­ed from the body over a peri­od of 10 months to … 5 years!

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If you have made the right deci­sion to quit a bad habit, then a course of cleans­ing pro­ce­dures will help you restore your health.

1. Pour 1 cup of oat grains with 0.5 liters of milk and boil it in half. Rub the result­ing slur­ry through a sieve and drink it all at once in a warm form half an hour before meals. Drink the decoc­tion three times a day for a week.

2. Pour 1 glass of vibur­num fruits with 1 liter of water and boil for 5–6 min­utes. Pour into a ther­mos and add 3 table­spoons. spoons of hon­ey. Drink an infu­sion of 1/2 cup three times a day. The course is 10 days.

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3. Add 2–3 drops of pine, frank­in­cense, mar­jo­ram and euca­lyp­tus oil to the inhaler. Breathe over ethe­re­al vapors for 5–7 min­utes sev­er­al times a week. Be pre­pared for the fact that the cough may inten­si­fy — salts of heavy met­als come out of the body through mucus.

Along with these pro­ce­dures, do not for­get to take a con­trast show­er or wipe your­self with a ter­ry tow­el soaked in cold water. This con­tributes to the removal of tox­ins and nico­tine from the skin, and also hard­ens the body dur­ing a peri­od of stress, which is what quit­ting smok­ing becomes for it.

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