You are more likley to experience lung infections when phlegm and mucus collect in your lungs, which is why you need to expel them from your lungs as soon as possible.
An acidic environment is caused in the body by the consumption of toxic foods and dairy and they cause a harmful mucoic lining that develops in the intestine, which makes it difficult for nutrients to pass through its wall and feed the body.
If you notice that you are coughing up white or gray phlegm, it indicates an upper respiratory tract infection or sinus congestion.
On the other hand, thick and dark yellow phlegm may be a sign of a viral or bacterial infection, lower respiratory tract infection or sinus infection. Make sure to keep your lungs as cleas as possible in order to maintain lung health.
3-Ingredient Remedy to Cleanse Your Lungs of Phlegm, Toxins and Infections
This miraculous natural remedy works by thinning and loosening mucus in the airways, clearing congestion, and it will help you breath easier.
- 1-2 teaspoons dried mullein leaves
- 1 ½ cups boiling water
- 1-2 teaspoons honey (optional)
Preparation: First of all, boil the water and then use a tea ball or a strainer to submerge the mullein leaves in the hot water. Let them steep for 15 minutes and in the end, add the honey if you want.
If you don’t like the flavor of mullein, there is another alternative which you can use in order to reap its benefits. You can prepare an inhalant. All you have to do is to boil the leaves in water for 5 minutes and inhale the steam to relieve coughs, congestion and asthma.
The mullein plant is the best solution ever when it comes to treating common ailments like chest colds, lung weakness, coughing and respiratory constriction.
People have been using mullein leaf for many years because it can be used as an
expectorant for treating respiratory congestion because it promotes the ejection of mucus, specifically mucus from the lungs.
An expectorant aids the lungs in expelling mucus and phlegm by loosening it from the walls of the lungs and allowing it to be coughed up; In fact, mullein stimulates coughing, even though that’s the symptom being treated.