IMPORTANT NEWS for those who recently quit smoking…

Here’s the Fastest and Easiest Way to Clean Your Lungs of the Poisonous Tar and Dangerous Toxin Build-Up That Could Eventually Lead to Premature Lung Disease, Cancer, or Even Death!

Why you need to quit smoking and detox your lungs!

Could it really be THIS easy to cleanse your lungs of toxic build-up and quickly reverse the damage that's been done... so you can live longer and healthier as a result?

The answer is “Yes” and right below, I'll show you the exact steps and specific directions that I guarantee can help you detox your lungs so you can live a happier, healthier, and more productive and active life! 

From: Mark Freeman

Dear friend,

If you recently quit smoking and you’d like to reverse the damage that's been done to your lungs, then this will be one of the most important letters you’ll ever read.

Here’s why.

My name is Mark Freeman and I’m a health researcher and consultant here in Australia.

My partner, William Reynolds, and I got into the field of health research because we both got FED UP with all the pharmaceutical companies that are out JUST to make money… instead of actually helping people get better.

We both swore we'd do whatever we could to help people end their health problems safely, effectively, and naturally.

With backgrounds in biology and studies in natural remedies, alternative health, and both Eastern and Western medicine... we both have extensive training in natural healing methods.

And We Can Help Get Your Lungs Healthy Again

We're both HUGELY disappointed with all the multi-billion dollar tobacco and cigarette companies that continue to pump out their deadly, poison-laced products... all while continuing to reap giant profits!

We’ve both seen friends, family members, and other loved ones become sick and even die because of lung diseases such as cancer, emphysema and other illnesses caused by smoking.

Over the last few years of research, we've discovered some quick, easy, and natural techniques that ex-smokers can use to clean out the toxins and poisons that have collected in the lungs from all those years of smoking.

Yes, this means that you can actually start to reverse the damage smoking has caused, save money on medical costs, get back your healthy lungs, start breathing a lot easier, and live a longer and more quality life!

Over the last several years, we’ve helped thousands of ex-smokers to thoroughly cleanse their lungs… easily, quickly, inexpensively...and permanently.

And Now, We’d Like to Show You How To Do it Too!

But before we show you our methods, I wanted to ask you a couple of quick questions…

Do you want a solution for both detoxing your lungs that’s quick and easy to follow... yet extremely powerful and productive?

Do you feel like your life would be better if your lungs were cleaner and healthier, and you could breathe a lot easier?

If you answered "Yes" to any or all of these questions... then keep reading because you’re about to learn the simple yet powerful breakthrough we discovered that helps to reverse the damage that years of smoking has caused on your lungs.

Now, I know you're probably skeptical.  I'm sure a part of you is thinking that a complete reversal of your smokers lungs back to being healthy... AND a complete elimination of cravings for cigarettes sounds a little too good to be true right?

And believe me; I completely understand why you feel that way.

That’s why I’m going to share some real-life success stories from people just like you... because I want to prove that this system is successful and unlike anything else out there.

You'll See Some of Their Amazing Stories Below...

What's more... you can clean out your lungs in weeks… and NOT years like it would normally take your body to detox your lungs WITHOUT these tips.

These proven techniques will let you live a life without the discomfort, pain, and irritation that can come from dealing with lung problems or other health issues caused by years of smoking.

Because the truth is… if you haven’t detoxed and cleaned out your lungs… you’re taking many, many years off your life.

I’m not saying that to be overly dramatic or to scare you, it’s been proven by the medical community.

And the huge cigarette companies are aware of the dangers as well, which is why they actually post these warnings right on their product!

Bottom line, cigarettes contain some of the most dangerous and toxic poisons there are.  In fact, they’re actually a mixture of terrible poisons such as cyanide,  Acetone that’s used in paint strippers, and toxins such as Nitrosamine that have been shown to cause cancer!

And the black tar that ends up coating the inside of your lungs is nothing more than poison that's literally choking the life out of you and stopping your body from working properly.
In fact…

  1. Air sacs called alveoli are destroyed by a combination of tar, heat and smoke which leads to the extremely debilitating condition emphysema.
  2. Tar and mucus accumulate in your wind pipes leading to coughing, infection and bronchitis.
  3. The chemicals in cigarettes and tar enter your blood stream… causing the walls of arteries to become sticky. This collects fats and cholesterol which blocks blood supply and can lead to strokes and heart attacks
  4. Tar paralyzes and destroys small hairs in your airways (cilia) that are essential in cleaning your lungs

The truth is, if you’ve been a smoker for just about any length of time… then chances are, your lungs are filled with black sticky tar...

That's Taking Years Off Your Life and Life Off Your Years!

The picture you see above on the right could realistically look like YOUR lungs!

That layer of toxic filth that blackens your lungs is responsible for cancers, emphysema, bronchitis and other respiratory illnesses that can shorten your life span by 10 years or more.

Not only does this black sticky tar make it harder for you to breath during the activities you enjoy… this toxic build-up can create medical problems and quality of life issues for you and your family.

I’m sure you don’t want to miss seeing your kids or grand kids grow up, right?

I mean, who wants to miss the important moments in life?

I’m sure you’d like to be able to breathe easier, have more energy, and be able to do all the activities you like to do?

Well, damaged lungs that are full of toxic poisons can be one of the fastest ways for you to end up in the hospital.

I Should Know, I’ve Seen it First-Hand!

I know for a fact that it’s NOT a fun experience to be hooked up to a bunch of machines in a hospital room, gasping for breath like a fish out of water.

Can you imagine how terrible it would be to “live” while hooked up to a breathing-machine that’s barely keeping you alive.

Believe me, that’s simply no way to live.  And it's no way for your family to see you.

Now, this isn’t some horror story that you’d see in a movie. This is as real as it gets.

Like I said, I know it from personal experience how frustrating it can be to see a loved one live in constant pain from health problems caused by smoking.

It caused me a lot of stress, worry, and frustration and left me feeling helpless.

 My Own Personal Experience with Smoking…

I vividly remember when my uncle Greg passed away due to complications caused from years of smoking.
His family had to make the difficult decision to either keep him on artificial respirators… or mercifully pull the plug.

I remember seeing him just lying there in a hospital bed, his face covered by a breathing apparatus.
The doctors told us that his entire body was shutting down fast.  They said that one of the main problems was the blackened tar-filled lungs was causing his emphysema.

Because of this, he no longer had the capability to give his body enough oxygen to function properly and fight off additional diseases.

Greg's lifestyle of excessive cigarette smoking had finally caught up with him.  And it left him with months of surgery and painful treatments and his family with a huge pile of medical bills.

Doctors told us that if he had quit smoking and cleaned his lungs of tar and toxins a few years earlier… this might have been avoided.

And he most likely would have had a few more years to watch his two sons grow into the successful men they had become.

But Instead, He Was Dead at Only 56…

My uncle Greg was a regular, normal, average person. He was an “everyday” guy… and is just like you and I.
And the truth is, my uncle’s death made me want to learn how other people could avoid this same fate.

I know what it feels like to be emotionally drained from worrying about someone in your family dying because of health complications due to smoking.

Because of that... I spent years studying and researching the effects of cigarettes and how to cleanse the lungs of all the toxins and poisons and reverse the damage done.

From all the research reports and medical journals I read on smoking over the years... I learned many strategies you can use to clean your lungs of toxins and poisons, and reverse the damage that smoking caused.

Decrease Your Risk of Lung Cancer, Lung Diseases and an Early Death!

Ever since my discovery, I've helped thousands of people to improve the health of their lungs and get rid of the poisons and toxin build up that was leading them to early graves.

Just think of how much better you'll feel when you've finally cleaned out your lungs of all the poisonous toxins. Think of how much easier you'll be able to breathe.

You’ll be able to do all the activities that smoking might be negatively affecting right now.

And think of how much money you’ll save, not only because you’re no longer spending it on cigarettes, but also the associated health costs.

You'll feel better... healthier... and more energetic. You'll feel more vibrant... and more alive!

You'll See Improvements in All Areas of Your Life!

You'll be able to live without the pain and aggravation that lung problems can cause.

I’m sure you don’t want to deal with difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, or not being able to do all the activities you want to do.

And I’m sure you don’t want to spend your days in the doctor’s office… dealing with the health issues that long-term smoking can cause.

Well, follow the techniques in this program and now you’ll able to do more of your daily activities you like.

You can stop wasting your money on expensive cigarettes and instead, you can spend that money on vacations for your family.

These are all things you can do right now, in your daily life, that will help you clean and detox your lungs… getting rid of the poisons that can lead to health problems, disease, and even early death!

And You Can Live a Longer, Healthier Life in the Process!

My partner and I knew that ANYONE who wanted to improve the condition of their lungs could use this information.

So we’ve taken all the techniques we learned about helping people clean out their lungs in the fastest and easiest way possible… and we put them into a series of 4 ebooks you can start reading in just minutes from now!

We wrote everything down, took out all the junk, kept the good stuff, and created a complete, step by step program.

Introducing the Complete Lung Detoxification Guide

the complete lung detoxification guide

This new program is called “The Complete Lung Detoxification Guide"

The fact is, there are simple, effective techniques you can learn that will quickly and easily help you clean out your lungs fast.

You'll feel better, your peace of mind will increase, and your happiness will skyrocket!

You'll be able to do more of your daily activities you like to do.

You can stop wasting your money and throw away all of the expensive over-the-counter products or treatments you've been using.

More importantly, you'll have the peace of mind knowing that your family won't have to deal with the emotional and financial difficulties that could come as a result of you passing away early from health complications that were caused by smoking!

Here's Just A Sample Of What You'll Learn In The Complete Lung Detoxification Guide...

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Learn the fastest and easiest way to clean out the tar and mucus from the bronchial tubes of your lungs so you can breathe a whole lot easier!

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Find out how to expand your capillaries and remove blockages that could cause strokes and heart attacks

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Discover how to boost your immune system and speed up your detoxification process

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Find out how to get more energy in your daily life so you can do more of the things you like to do!

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Find out how to greatly reduce the probability of lung cancer (and other respiratory cancers) by 95%

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Reduce the chance of heart disease and strokes by 50% or more

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Learn how to get rid of your lingering smokers cough and get rid of bronchitis.

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Find out the fastest way to stay off cigarettes so you can stop smelling like an ashtray

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Find out the common items used to stop smoking and how you can get them grocery shopping.

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Discover how to NEVER feel the need to smoke again

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Learn how to break your bad habits forever and cultivate new, healthier habits quickly

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Learn techniques that will Increase your life expectancy, help you breathe easier, and have you feeling healthier!

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Find out the secrets that most smokers fail to recognize about habits and addiction

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Discover the links between the physical and the mental aspects of addiction, lung disease and your overall health

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Learn how to clean the tar from your lungs AND kick your body into high gear to heal itself from within

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Find out the little known but incredibly powerful vitamins, foods and exercises that flush toxins and tar right out of your body

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Even if you quit smoking, learn information about nicotine addiction and how to avoid relapse as well.

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Find out how to use powerful psychological tools to keep your motivation high!

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Learn about the science behind the physical AND psychological addiction that too many people ignore, and how to overcome it fast.

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Find out the one simple point that flips your thoughts on how hard quitting cigarettes should be

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Discover the wonder foods that will help scrub your lungs pink

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Learn the alternative therapies that really work for quitting smoking and cleaning your lungs... as well as exercises to speed up the detoxification process

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Find out the single most important vitamin to lung health that you need for a lung detox

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Learn how reducing stress in the RIGHT way will not only help you quit but will help detoxify your lungs!

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Get the exact step-by-step process that will force your body to scrub your lungs clean!

Why You Still Need this Program Even If You Quit…

First of all, if you’ve recently quit smoking, congrats! Quitting smoking is the best thing you can do for your health and for your family. 

But you still have years of toxic build up that you need to get rid of if you want to be at your healthiest and you want to breathe as easy as possible.

That black stuff you cough up is the tar and poisons from cigarette smoke that’s been accumulating over the years.

Once you get rid of all the tar, poison, and toxic build up in your lungs… you’ll start to be healthier all around.

No more getting colds or sickness as easy. You’ll be able to clear up infections faster, your body will be able to recover quicker and fight off illness a lot easier.

So just remember... even after you quit smoking… your lungs still have the chemicals trapped inside of them that can cause cancer and other issues.

And it’s important to clean out all that stuff inside your lungs that can still cause lung cancer.

That’s Where this Program Comes In…

My techniques will help remove all the tar, poisons, and other carcinogens from your lungs very quickly… getting your lungs healthy again, so you can breathe easy.

The good news is… once you get rid of all the tar and toxins from your lungs using the methods listed in the guide, you’ll be able to breathe easier and reduce chances of cancer, infections, bronchitis and other throat and lung disorders.

Now, even IF you quit smoking right now; it can take over 10 years for your body to clean your lungs of the harmful chemicals and tar in your lungs.

It's true!  A very heavy smoker might take 10 to 15 years to get rid of all the tar and toxins from the lungs.

A light smoker might only need 7 to 10 years.

But the great news is… with the techniques you’ll learn in this guide, you can speed up the lung-cleaning process from 10 years... down to a few short weeks!

Reverse Lung Damage… Quickly , Safely, and Effectively

Success Story #1

"In just a few days I was coughing up black and brown gunk which was distressing but I could also feel a massive improvement to my breathing so I knew the detoxification techniques were working. My cough was gone a few days later and I had absolutely no desire to smoke anymore for the first time since I started smoking 6 years ago!"

Jim - London

Success Story #2

"I think the anxiety and panic attacks were the worst when I stopped smoking. I was a skeptic to be honest of the entire last section but once I tried it there was no turning back. Just quitting smoking was a big enough boon for me, thanks guys. Your support and advice have really helped."

Roger - California

Success Story #3

"I cant believe how good I feel just a month later! I just wanted to let you know that I followed every step and every exercise and every tip you said and I no longer get throat infections and I can breathe better. I can finally play tennis again in fact! Thank you Thank Thank You!"

Mary-Jane - Sydney

Success Story #4

"I thought my lungs were ruined forever when I quit smoking a year ago. Just something I had to live with I thought. When my brother was diagnosed with cancer though I panicked and found your site.

I just wanted to tell you guys that despite my skepticism I followed your advice in the book and it has done me a world of good. I know it is too late for my brother but hopefully you can help more ex-smokers like myself clean up their lungs before they go to hospital never to come out again. God Bless"

Nicola - Colorado

Imagine Being Smoke-Free And Breathing Easy!

Imagine waking up and no longer feeling awful from coughing and wheezing!
Imagine being able to take in a lung full of fresh air while knowing you are fitter, healthier and happier because of it!
Just think of how happy you'll feel when you're finally free from that irritating pain that smoker’s cough and smoker’s lungs can cause.

No more hacking and wheezing, no more being short of breath, no more struggling to breathe when you’re active. No more days of pain, suffering, and aggravation.

You'll feel better... healthier... and more energetic.

NO matter if you’ve been smoking for just a year or you’ve been a chain smoker for decades… cleansing out your lungs is one of the fastest and easiest ways to reverse the damage caused by smoking… so you can add an extra 10 to 20 quality years to your life.

And that could mean the difference between seeing your kids graduate from college, or watching them get that sport scholarship, or get married, or buy their first home or have their first child.

Success Story #5

"I have been researching various ways of lung detoxification recently and your program was noted as being very good while i was searching for these things. been looking at various homeopathetic remedies, I really feel that a total program approach is going to be more helpful as pills and liquids disappear, but thoughts and habits do not!"

6 weeks later

"I just wanted to keep you informed of my progress which has been fantastic. The plan you gave me was just what I needed and I am feeling better every day"!

Nancy - USA

Success Story #6

"You know what I really liked about the guide though, it was no nonsense and I could tell it was written from the heart while still having a professional tone about it. I am going to recommend it to my father who smoked heavily for around 30 years or so."

Ajay - Toronto, Canada

This Is Unlike Any Other Program Because It Helps You Get Back Your Healthy, Clean Lungs So You Can Breathe Easier!

Not only will this program help you to quit smoking, it will also help you get your lungs back to being healthy… so you can get rid of breathing problems like shortness of breath AND also add years to your life.

You’ve seen some of our success stories on this page.

So I practice what I preach… which I can honestly say isn’t the case with a lot of so called experts who are selling programs. I really think it’s important that you know you’re getting advice from someone who “walks the walk and talks the talk.”

Unlike most programs out there now, this gives you the step by step directions for detoxing your lungs so they’re healthy again.,

How to Tell if this Program is for YOU?

If you want to clean out your lungs in the fastest and easiest way possible, you can use this program.

If you want to be around longer for your kids and family, and you want to see your kids grow up to be healthy, successful adults, you can use this program.

If you want to clean out your lungs from all the toxins, tar, and poisons that have built up in your lungs over the years, you can use this program.

Even if you've tried everything else and failed... I'll show you how to clean out your lungs and reverse any damage that’s happened to them… so you can start living your life in comfort!

It's Time To Start Living Life To The Fullest!

Can you imagine the relief you'll feel when you're able to move about freely and easily, without having any breathing issues.

Imagine doing all of the activities you want to do all day long, instead of coughing and wheezing, having trouble breathing, or running out of breath?

Imagine being able to do lift groceries, play with the kids, and do the gardening... all without having an trouble with your breathing?

Here's What You Get When You Invest In This Program

So, go ahead and download this program... which you can be reading in just minutes. It will only take you a couple of hours to read.

The 4 eBooks that make up this program will give you a step by step guide on how to quit smoking as well as supply you with all the information you need to do a lung cleanse on blackened lungs… so they become pink and healthy again.

The techniques in the guide will help with removing harmful chemicals, and purging tar that is stiffening your lungs by seeping into the tissue.

This is THE most complete and informative lung detoxification program that gives your body no choice but to eject the tar and gunk that’s slowly killing you.

From helping you quit smoking… to cleansing your lungs and reversing the damage AFTER you quit... everything is covered in an easy to read format that takes you through the entire process… whether you still smoke or if you recently quit.

So What's The Bottom Line?
How Much Does This Program Cost?

Well, let me ask... how much better would your life be if you no longer had to deal with breathing problems associated with smoking for all those years?

What if you could do all the things you miss doing and enjoy all the activities you love?  And what if you can get back your healthy lungs… so you can breathe easier and reduce your risk of disease.

What if you knew you’d be around longer for your family… so you can see your kids grow up?

What if you'll be around to play with your grand kids, and be there for all those important moments in your family… what would that be worth to you?

The investment for this lung cleansing program is just $49.95 $39.95.

And compared to the cost of doctors, hospitals and the constant financial drain that smoking cigarettes can cause… $49.95 $39.95 could be the greatest investment you could make.

Look at it this way: These techniques will save you thousands of dollars because you’ll no longer be buying expensive cigarettes.

You'll also save thousands of dollars on future medical costs that can come from potential health problems.

And the extra years you’ll add to your life, and the fact those years will be quality years in which you feel great, those things are priceless!

ORDER NOW And You'll Also Receive These
2 Bonus Reports, Worth AT LEAST $97, Absolutely Free!

Since I know it's 100% to your benefit to say YES now, I want to sweeten the pot and give you the following special bonus gifts for ordering right now:

 

worksheets

Free Bonus WorkSheets

Based on feedback from our customers we have included a range of worksheets for FREE that you will be able to complete as you read the Guides. These will really help you think about and understand every key aspect of your lung detoxification journey!

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Free Action Plan

With such a diverse range of activities involved in quitting cigarettes and detoxing your lungs, there is a lot to take in. We have now included a detailed and easy-to-use action plan for no additional cost that will map out exactly:

  • What to do.
  • When to do it.
  • Where you can find the information on how to do it in the guide.
  • Start points for Those who have already quit and those who have not.

You cannot make this process any more simple and easy – this action plan will save you time and effort as you improve your lung health day by day!

Start Feeling Better In Every Single Area of your Life!

Again, this program alone is a fraction of the cost of one carton of cigarettes.

And it contains everything you'll need to clean out your lungs and reverse the damage that smoking has done to your lungs.

Again, you get the complete Lung Detoxification guide AND $97 worth of bonus books… all for just $39.95

satisfaction guaranteed

No Risk, 100% Money-Back Guarantee:

I believe this program is the fastest and easiest way for you to get your lungs back to being healthy again, so you can reverse the damage from years of smoking.

In fact, I’m going to PROVE it by putting my own money where my mouth is!

Here’s what I mean. Go ahead and try this program right now. Take it for a spin, at my expense.

At the end of the 8 weeks, if you’re not breathing a lot easier… just ask and you’ll receive a 100% refund.

Absolutely no questions asked. Not only that, but the program is yours to keep no matter what, as a gift from me to thank you for having faith in me.

So... You Have an Important Choice to Make!

Which lung would you prefer? The healthy one on the left or the poisoned one on the right?

Lung compare

 

Look, the truth is,  you can reverse the damage that smoking has done to your lungs so you can start breathing a lot easier as well as extend your life by 10 or more years.

In no time at all, you'll start to feel better because the toxic gunk and poisonous tar build up is gone. And so is the discomfort and trouble breathing.

You'll start to enjoy life more. And you'll eliminate the stress that comes from constantly worrying about your lungs and the related health issues.

You’ll add quality years to your life. You’ll be able to feel more confident that you’re not going to deal with lung diseases like cancer. You’ll have more money to spend on your family.

You’ll feel better knowing that you’ll be around a lot longer for your family. You'll finally have the happiness, comfort, and peace of mind you deserve.

This is something you can do for your family AND you can do this for yourself!

So please, don't procrastinate and "think about it".

Imagine being able to go hiking with your kids... play your favorite sport... or finally get back into shape again - with no fear of having trouble breathing or shortness of breath!

Imagine how happy you'll be when you’re no longer dealing with the pain, stress, and worry that having a potential health problem or disease can cause.

So go ahead, give yourself permission, and click the link below and order with your credit card or check online and you'll be downloading the ebook and bonuses in just a minute!

Order the Complete Lung Detoxification Guide Now

Yes, I Want This Amazing Guide Because I Want Cleaner Lungs and an End to Cigarette Addiction for Myself and my Family's Sake!

Regular Price: $49.95
SALE PRICE: $39.95

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As this is an E-Book you will receive no physical product. To cut down on the expense of printing a book and to give the fastest delivery time you will get this guide as a PDF document which can be viewed from any computer with Adobe Acrobat installed.

To ensure the absolute safety of your online purchase the complete lung detoxification guide will be handled by clickbank.com the internet's most trusted online purchasing system that guarantees absolute privacy and full customer support.

The screen after you click on the order button will be on clickbank's secure server which will process the purchase then direct you to the download page.

Your bank account will show CLKBNK*COM for the purchase and you will a confirmation email as well.

 

Yours in health,

William Reynolds & Mark Freeman

P.S. Go ahead and check out some of the testimonials above. They’re from ordinary people, just like you, who have used these techniques to  get back their healthy lung functions.

And remember, I offer a 100%, completely risk-free GUARANTEE.  So you have absolutely nothing to lose... and a whole new healthy life to gain.

Look, if you had a proven system for helping your lungs get back to being healthy, don't you think you owe it to yourself to at least try it?

You’ll learn all the information and advice you need to be toxin-free and poison- free in just a few weeks rather than waiting years for your body to do this naturally.

I really want you to be able to do anything you want, whenever you want, without the worry or discomfort that comes with having problems with your lungs or with breathing.

So don't delay. Take action and order now... while it's fresh on your mind.

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The guide is delivered entirely digitally. You will need to download the main guides and other bonus documents to your computer. You will then be able to read them or print them on screen, or print them out from your printer  as you purchase the guide you get immediate access to download the book and start reading within minutes.

 

William Renolds & Mark Freeman

Please Feel Free To Comment and Ask Questions!

russ hutchins
January 10th, 2011 - 04:49

is this a pill program,herbal meds

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
January 10th, 2011 - 05:06

Hi Russ,

This is a combination of a number of methods into a complete program. It involves some herbal supplements and vitamins supplements yes, but that is not the entirety of it. There are other alternative therapies listed and a large portion involving training your mind to help fight against lung tar and toxins which might sound strange but really works!

rita varma
January 12th, 2011 - 14:06

hi .....im very happy to read all this ......i will definately buy this .....thx a lot

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
January 12th, 2011 - 14:38

Hi Rita,

Glad we can help. Congratulations on taking this next step in getting healthier lungs too! It is a fine feeling when you do not crave cigarettes anymore, and you can breathe deeply and easily once again! Good luck with your lung detox.

Liliana
January 15th, 2011 - 00:36

A dear friend of mine has a serious addiction to cigarette smoking, (believe it or not he is a medical doctor) not only he coughs, he is also short of breath, his voice cracks, and he has to use oxygen at night to help him breath. I'm very concerned about his health, is it too late for him to use this detox method? Also I like to know if this is offered in Spanish. Thanks.

 

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
January 15th, 2011 - 00:59

Hi Liliana,

I have seen many cases of medical professionals smoking despite full knowledge of the dangers which shows just how bad the physical and psychological addiction to cigarettes can be.

It is never too late to improve the health of your lungs also. However if he has emphysema (which it sounds like he does), nothing can cure of fix that. This is permanent damage that no science or alternative therapy can fix.

The good news is that if he does get rid of all the tar and toxins from his lungs using the methods listed in the guide, it will help him breathe a lot better and will greatly reduce complications later in life. He may never get 100% health of his lungs again - but if he acts now he will be able to breath easier and reduce chances of cancer, infections, bronchitis and other throat and lung disorders.

At the moment we do not offer a Spanish translation, however we may look into this in the future.

Eleanor Wilson
January 31st, 2011 - 22:07

Is this available in Australia?

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
January 31st, 2011 - 23:01

Hi Eleanor,

Yes! This can be purchased anywhere in the world that you have an internet connection and a credit card or paypal account.

The price listed is in US dollars,  but before you purchase the ebook you will be given a price that is converted into your local currency.

Christina
February 1st, 2011 - 18:20

What is Adobe Acrobat and how do I get that?

shannon
February 17th, 2011 - 13:31

I am 37 years old and smoked a pack a day for 22 years, but after losing my dad 6 yrs ago, then finding out my friend was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer to at 37 (she is 38 now) I have been SMOKE FREE OF CIGARETTES FOR A LITTLE OVER 9 MONTHS but I still can get out of breath. Also I do notice when I cough or am brushing my teeth, I'll spit up a bunch of black junk (is that the tar on my lungs?)

Would I still need this detox stuff and also after 9 months of NOT smoking, is there any changes at all in the lungs or is that permanant?

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
February 21st, 2011 - 01:25

Hi Shannon,

It can take over a decade to be completely free of the harmful chemicals and tar in your lungs. Quitting smoking is the best thing you have every done for your health - but the next step is to clean out all that stuff inside your lungs that can still cause lung cancer.

That black stuff you cough up is the tar we talk about. It is the leftovers from cigarette smoke that has been accumulating over decades. The stuff you are coughing up is the easy to remove stuff - but there is much, MUCH more inside of your lungs that needs to go.

9 months of not smoking will have made a difference, but only to the easy to dislodge parts. You will need to take more actions to remove all the other carcinogens from your system. This is what our guide is all about.

angie
February 23rd, 2011 - 09:27

I already have bronchitis, been stopped smoking for a week, will this regime help me or is that wishful thinking/

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
February 23rd, 2011 - 15:02

Hi Angie,

This will definitely help you stay off the smokes, and help you get rid of your bronchitis. Your airways are inflamed from al the tar and muck in your lungs right now. We can show you how to get rid of most of that very quickly returning your lungs to a healthier state.

Miguel lahens
February 26th, 2011 - 03:16

Its funny I quit after 46 years being a smoker w/o any pogram just i quit one day that's all, I was and I'M in perfect health shape so as you say here I should be death by now after my 46 years smoking. Smoke can cause some problems to some peoples but no to everybody and antismokers use lies to scared smokers, why lie; lung cancer can get smokers and non-smokers it's just you body, there is not proof about smoke produce cancer so stop tryn to get your money from smokers. LOL publish this in your web site IT'S THE TRUE.

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
February 26th, 2011 - 05:26

You are entitled to your opinion Miguel,

You are also entitled to contract some nasty lung disease in a few years - and you probably will.

You also have obviously not understood or even read any of the huge amounts of scientific data that has shown that smokers are much more likely to get lung cancer and many other life threatening problems due to their habit. There IS proof that smoking causes cancer.

We understand that denial is a very strong emotion though. But if you are so pro-smoking I wonder why you decided to quit...

Also - if you wish to argue a point, you might want to check your grammar, spelling, and general attitude if you wish to be taken seriously.

Andrew
March 6th, 2011 - 23:32

Is there any postage and handling to Australia

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
March 7th, 2011 - 04:22

Hi Andrew,

The guide is delivered entirely digitally. You will need to download the main guides and other bonus documents to your computer. You will then be able to read them or print them on screen, or print them out from your printer locally.

We do not have the capability at this stage to produce a physical product, and this way as soon as you purchase the guide you get immediate access to download the book and start reading within minutes.

Georgia Beeman
March 16th, 2011 - 12:23

I quit smoking 2/17/2005, my question is, do I need to detoxify my lungs since its been so long? As I am getting older, it is something I think about aften.

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
March 18th, 2011 - 21:11

Hi Georgia,

It is always good to be thinking about your health, especially if you have been a smoker. Your lungs after 6 years have probably done quite a lot of cleansing on their own, but depending on how heavily you smoked before you quit there might be a ways to go.

A very heavy smoker might take 10-15 years to get rid of all the tar and toxins from the lungs which a light smoker might only require 7-10 years. It does take time as you can see and it never hurts to pay extra attention to make sure it gets as cleansed as possible.

Ken
March 26th, 2011 - 22:47

I just wanted to stop by an thank you for the guide guys, I am definitly feeling a lot of improvement after only a week or two. It has been really helpful, though I am still working on ending the cravings, but its getting easier every day. As for that miguel fool, I hope most people realise they need to do something coz that black stuff I am coughing up does not lie!

patrick
April 25th, 2011 - 11:09

i live in kenya and i'm a heavy smoker ,where can i buy the detoxifying vitamins because i really need to quit smoking please help!!

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
April 28th, 2011 - 03:26

Hi Patrick,

We list a number of places you can purchase these vitamins online withint the lung detox guide. These can then be be shipped all over the world including Kenya I believe.

Leah Bradley
May 3rd, 2011 - 18:46

Can you tell me what is all included in your detox kit? Thank you

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
May 4th, 2011 - 05:38

Hi Leah,

We do not sell any physical kit or pills or anything like that, we will supply you with all the information, instruction, and guidance you need to detox your lungs in the form of a set of downloadable ebooks and forms.

The total package includes 4 booklets dealing with each important part of the holistic healing process, as well as numerous worksheets, planning guides and of course links to where you can purchase any additional supplements you need to use, or choose to sue if they are optional.

No single element can truly repair your lungs from the damage of smoking, but combining all elements that we list in detail accelerates the healing phenomenally!

Macy
May 18th, 2011 - 11:29

I would not classify myself as a 'smoker' as I do not smoke on a regular basis. I have started smoking socially. Within 2 months I've consumed on average 20 cigarettes (yes, I've kept a record which is sad I know) and I've suddenly realised that what I'm doing is wrong. When I was younger I always despised cigarettes and now suddenly I'm the one becoming addicted bit by bit. Perhaps it's because I'm stressed.

I want to stop myself before I get into a terrible habit. I've started doing Yoga recently which is naturally putting me off cigarettes. Would it be worth me purchasing the lung detoxification program seeing as my case isn't very severe?

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
May 19th, 2011 - 04:54

Hi Macy,

Since you have only been smoking for 2 months there would not be a massive amount of damage yet, however it will have left a film of tar left and some toxins kicking around in your lungs. If you quit now you will probably not suffer any major long term problems.

However, if you are having trouble quitting and dealing with stress then our guide deals with those specific issues, so you will get a lot out of those sections AND the information to quickly cleanse your lungs on top of that!

Johnny Doe
May 31st, 2011 - 04:58

I have been an on and off smoker for the past 4 years.  I am 29 years old.  I was mostly a social smoker, rarely, if ever bought packs.  However, there have been a handful of nights where I went through 1/2 a pack of cigarettes if I was drinking.  In 2008 I quit for four months.  Now I have quit for health insurance purposes, but I have never had my lungs scanned, nor my throat or mouth checked for cancer.  I am fearful that I have contracted lung cancer, throat cancer, mouth cancer, or emphezema.  I can still run 2-3 miles fairly easily, but occasionally on some days, I cannot stop burping.  It is involuntary.  Whether this is connected to throat cancer, i do not know.  In 90 days, I plan to get inspected when my insurance kicks in.  

 

Am I screwed as far as contracting one of these deadly diseases?  Please let me know, thanks.

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
May 31st, 2011 - 05:32

Hi Johnny,

First of all, congratulations for quitting smoking! That is one of the best things you will ever do for your health as every cigarette you do not smoke is making a remarkable difference to your health, long term and short term.

In regards to your respiratory health, every cigarette you smoke has a chance of causing respiratory diseases, and the longer you smoke the more chance there is of contracting cancer and other lung and throat diseases and conditions. This chance of a single smoke causing you a deadly disease is very small, but even on entry in the lottery can win, and the more you smoke, the more likely it becomes.

Even after you quit smoking your lungs still have the chemicals trapped inside of them that can cause cancer and other issues. This chance is still there until the lungs are fully cleansed, which is why a lung detoxification can greatly reduce the chances of these lingering toxins doing you further damage.

We do highly recommend that you get a full scan and check-up of your lung and throat to make sure you have not already contracted anything; the chances at this stage might be low but it is better to check and also take action than to simply wait and hope.

In regards to the burping, we highly doubt that has anything to do with the lungs or your smoking. This would be caused by something in your gastrointestinal tract which is beyond the scope of our lung detox program - though detoxification of the lungs and body will help that to some degree. It is best that you speak to a doctor about this issue separately.

sherry harden
June 8th, 2011 - 09:50

i have been smoking pot and cigs for 30 years my lungs hurt they feel like there stuck together. i have an appointment with a plumnary Dr. on the 20 of this month.  will this stuff help me?

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
June 9th, 2011 - 02:31

Hi Sherry,

This program is designed exactly for people like yourself. Your doctor will probably tell you that that smoking has damaged your lungs considerably and that you should quit and try to enact a more healthy lifestyle. We agree, but will go into much more depth than that because quitting is just the start of the healing process.

This program will be able to remove much of that tar quickly that makes it feel so uncomfortable, it will not be able to repair some damaged parts of the lungs (no one can), but it will remove other obstructions and get rid of the poisons that reside inside the lungs fast.

We are certain this will aid you greatly, and if you are worried, please feel free to purchase this guide and show your doctor to get his recommendation on its usefulness within the return period as we are sure that most medical professionals will agree with what we have written, it might even surprise some!

eddie
July 15th, 2011 - 08:17

first, kudos on miguel. being a moron is also everyone's right. i quit smoking 10 days ago after 25+ years. i know this time is the last time i will quit. already hacking up tar. i do not need the whole program, but would like to purchase book 3. is that possible?

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
July 22nd, 2011 - 20:47

Hi Eddie,

Sorry for the late reply. At the moment we do not sell the books separately. They were created in different books so you could read each one separately of the different aspects of lung detoxification; however the books are also quite linked and are not really stand alone. We believe that all the books are good for people to read even if you have quit smoking as we have a lot of information about nicotine addiction and how to avoid relapse as well.

This is a holistic program that tackles multiple aspects. When combined together the net effects is much greater than the sum of its part.

Tiffany
July 21st, 2011 - 10:54

I know someone who has Interstitial lung disease,Could this help them?Also could it harm them?Thanks

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
July 26th, 2011 - 04:04

Hi Tiffany,

An interstitial lung disease is one that occurs outside the main areas of the lungs, along the very edge if you will. This program is more aimed at lung conditions caused by blockages and internal toxins. While following this program might help them with their lung health in general, we cannot say it will help them with this lung disease.

Billy Ryan
July 30th, 2011 - 04:04

After 30 years i have now not smoked for about 3 months. The substitute i have used is an E-ciggarette. The only chemical is nicotine. The rest of the experience is water vapor. Will nicotine alone cause further damage?

I have experienced a ten fold increase in phlegm. While i did not have smokers cough when i smoked, after quitting, i do. And this has not abated after 3 months. Thoughts?

 

 

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
August 2nd, 2011 - 02:41

Hi Billy,

E-cigarettes are not too bad a way to quit smoking. You want to get rid of all the nicotine eventually though so you will need to wean yourself off them as well. The nicotine however is not the major problem in terms of lung health, the tar and toxins in cigarettes are so you are on the way to recovery.

Phlegm and coughing are very common after quitting smoking and are a sign that your body is trying to expel all that tar and gunk in your lungs. If this has gone on for some time I would recommend doing a lung cleanse to speed this process up. Once you have cleared out most of the tar the coughing should abate.

Diego
August 10th, 2011 - 21:27

Hi ,my father is 70 years old and has been a smoker since the age of 14 ,he quit 5 years ago,and wanted to know if this detox system involves exercise or breathing techniques  and ,if yes ,how much time a day does this take.

He hasn't stopped coughing for the last 3 month ,he had congestion 5 month ago.He doesn't have emphysema as per his doctor but hasn't stopped coughing lately,he blames it on a/c being too cold.

Would you consider this detox to be relatively easy to perform,would it help with my dad's condition,thanks in advance for your answer.

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
August 13th, 2011 - 06:54

Hi Diego,

Your father’s age may make some of the exercising a little difficult but certainly this is not the be all and end all of the program. The vitamins and dietary changes among others are all important. I would say your father would get a lot out of this program  but should be careful with the exercises and check with his doctor about anything he is unsure of anything in the guide.

The exercises should only take half an hour to an hour or so a day I would say, it would depend on what he can manage.

Muhammad Saleem Goraya
August 12th, 2011 - 22:35

Sir,

I m very happy to read ur package. i started smoking from my age of 22y and now i m 39y old. i have some muscular pains specially in my arm and back. i m taking pain killer and now i decided to quit smoking for my health and my family.i m leaving in sweden as a student in mathematics.i m not rich but i m sportsman i m doing exercise regularly and drinking more water it is enough 4 me or i have to do some thing  else.if i need some medicine or vitamens to clean my lungs quickly is it possible to help me on mail other wise i can not pay 261 sek for this package right now. or if i arrange this amount then it is very difficult for me if u suggest in package to by these vitamens like A,B;E etc and also u know in sweden no body purchase any medicines from shop.so can i handle every thing in sweden .and in last i have experience that package look like very cheap but over all like food package,medicines or vitamens etc it becomes very expensive.can poor student aford it or not.because 261 sek is my monthly package 4 my food.

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
August 13th, 2011 - 07:14

Hi Muhammad,

You can purchase the vitamins online and we link you to some good and cheap places to buy these items. These should not be that much for you to get. The rest of the items are common enough for you to be able to get in your usual grocery shopping.

As for the cost, the amount of money you will save on not buying cigarettes will pay this off very quickly. Download the free reports from the link at the top of the page perhaps to get you started.

John K
August 16th, 2011 - 01:11

Hi,

I have been smoking marijuana daily for over 17 years. I am really trying to stop because I currently have a lung infection not to mention I've been having breathing problems for the past few years now. I just started taking ClearLungs and havn't smoked in three days now and already feel better. Can this help me? Thanks

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
August 19th, 2011 - 21:50

Hi John,

Quitting smoking and taking action has already put you on the path to recovery. However there will be a lot of stuff in your lungs from those years of smoking that will take a long time to clear. Our guide will definitely help you continue this process and speed it up a lot faster. Once you get rid of all that crap in your lungs it will also greatly aid in clearing up infections and will stop them coming back as well.

Ken
August 23rd, 2011 - 09:11

Hi, I was a smoker from 20 to 40, i smoked heavy from 30 to 40. It's been 12 yrs since i quit, but my breathing and stamina is bad. I also have Heart disese . Do you think there is anything to clean out still? Thx Ken

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
August 24th, 2011 - 05:38

Hi Ken,

After 12 years your body will have done a lot to naturally cleanse the lungs of tar and toxins - but each person is different and some bodies will take longer than others to recover. Your diet and exercise during this period will also have an impact on the speed of recovery.

Without knowing more about your condition I could not say if our guide will solve many problems, but I do believe it will help certainly. If your breathing and stamina are caused by emphysema however we cannot help as this is a permanent damage of the lungs that not amount of cleaning and detoxification can help. For blockages, removing harmful chemicals, and purging tar that is stiffening your lungs by seeping into the tissue - we can do something about that.

Chandni
September 12th, 2011 - 03:27

Hi,

One of my friend wishes to quit. He has started with lots of water intake and fresh food intake and a walk. However, before directly getting lung detoxification done, is it requried to take him to rehabilitation center and first help him quit smoking completely ?

What's the ideal and most appropriate step-wise procedure to be followed?

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
September 16th, 2011 - 04:34

Hi Chandni,

It is best to quit smoking before engaging in a full lung detox. Detoxing can help you quit as well but smoking cessation needs to be done beforehand or at the very least in the early stages of the detox.

Imagine your lungs as a bath and when you turn the tap on it is like you are smoking and filling your lungs with tar and poisons. Detoxing is like taking a bucket and emptying that bath - but if you never turn the tap off you will never empty it! Your friend needs to quit.

Lucile Simpson
September 14th, 2011 - 09:18

I am 56 yrs. old. I have been smoking since I was 14 yrs. old. I have a bad addiction. Can i do this cleasne & cut way back on my cigarette smoking, without quitting cig?

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
September 16th, 2011 - 04:38

Hi Lucile,

Check my reply to the person directly above. I can offer the same advice to you as well - you have to quit smoking. A lung detox will make it easier, and our eBooks give you a step by step guide on how to quit smoking as well as detox your lungs so we can help you in both cases.

Emily
November 12th, 2011 - 02:40

I have been smoking for 3 1/2 years I am 18 now. I was wondering if smoking is really a good idea, cause without my nictine im a total bitch ! I can't help it and I sure don't mean it. I know it can help you live longer and all but, really you have to die somehow, I don't want cancer, that's the only reason I want to quit. Please someone help me... I might get nicitene patches, I hope they work just as good as cigs.

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
November 12th, 2011 - 17:00

Hi Emily,

Smoking is NOT a good idea. Nicotine patches can help you wean yourself off cigarettes and might be a good idea to look into.

Nicotine withdrawal may make your moods erratic and hard to deal with also - but this does not last that long. Once you cleanse your body of nicotine AND as much tar and gunk from your lungs your body will not get these cravings and will return to a stable level with more stable moods.

If you do not cleanse your lungs then the risk of cancer is increased, and it can continue to leave residual nicotine in your system so it is a good idea of do a lung detox as well as quit smoking.

murthy
November 21st, 2011 - 07:24

i am 64 yrs old,and had quit smoking 2 years ago (smoked for 46 years), i am COPD patient living in India. am interested in lung detoxification. are the diet or medicines if any mentioned in your programme is available inIndia?

thanq.

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
November 25th, 2011 - 20:44

Hi Murthy,

I believe nearly everything we recommend should be findable in India. There might eb a few things that could be hard to find locally - but you should be able to get them online anyway and sent to you. I do not believe your location will be a problem.

If it is such an issue you cannot complete the detox, we are mroe than happy to give you a refund as we want to see results not just sales :)

Shawn
November 21st, 2011 - 23:04

Hello, My name is Shawn.

I would just like to say, my mother and step-father have been smoking for quite a long time. I am quite worried about this situation. I want to help them quit smoking. my mom is starting to quit smoking but she sometimes cant resist the temptation.

I live in indonesia and i want to know if it is available here, thank you.

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
November 23rd, 2011 - 03:59

Hi Shawn,

You should be able to purchase the guide from Indonesia. All you will need is a credit card or a paypal account. This will then be available for you to download straight away - you can give this to your mother and step-father in a digital format, or you can print it out for them if you like too.

mel
December 26th, 2011 - 11:56

This is a great product and I would recommend it to anyone..

Aurther
January 2nd, 2012 - 13:19

thanks for this.

Rachel
January 6th, 2012 - 15:08

I have heard about some detoxes that make you throw up in order to get the tar out,  is this how this works? 

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
January 6th, 2012 - 17:14

Hi Rachel,

There is no throwing up in this detox at all. The tar is n your lungs not your stomach! There is nothing as harsh as that in our guide, though you might cough up some tar from time to time but not regurgitating from the stomach no.

Alicia
January 10th, 2012 - 04:47

Good job guys!!! I look at my children on a daily basis and worry that I wont be around to see them grow up because of my selfish decision and have been attempting to quit for quite a while....low and behold enter tonsilitis (painful but perhaps meant to be) I stopped smoking because of the pain and by day 5 thought I may as well keep not smoking there has been a few weak moments especially when having a drink with friends but I have still managed to say no!! Anyway sorry to ramble but I am not very old 26 to be precise and I started smoking at 14 is this something that will benefit me keeping in mind that during that 12 yrs I have not been a higely committed smoker and have given up for more than 18 months while pregnant and just after having my two children. P.s It says that your 39.95 is about the cost of a few packs of ciggarettes just to help you guys now a pack of ciggarettes in Australia in a 40 pack is 23.00 so its almost 50.00 for 2 packs of ciggarettes

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
January 10th, 2012 - 15:19

Thanks Alicia,

Thanks for the update on cigarette prices, not only is it bad for your health but bad for your wealth as well it seems!

I believe the guide can definitely help you even if you have not been a heavy smoker. Your lungs might not be as bad as the ones we picture as that is form a very heavy smoker, but even light continual smoking will cause damage to your lungs and the poisons and toxins in the cigarettes will still be in your body causing problems long into the future.

Detoxing your lungs and body is still the best thing you can do to purge all of that and get your body back to a healthy state for you and your children.

shawn
January 27th, 2012 - 00:33

I have been smoking for 11 years now and guess what? im only 25... Ive noticed over the last like 2 years that breathing has become a small issue after going up a flight of stairs and at 25 that is RIDICULOUS. im physically fit and am very energetic but my lungs dont keep up with me all the time. I also over the past 4 years have noticed a slight cough that comes and goes... i was also a heavy MJ smoker for about 3 years back around 2003...

I worry that my lungs are black although my trust in God's healing keeps me content. I worry that i will face cancer in the future if i dont stop this year. I have been wanting to stop for going on 2 years now yet i just cant... i have other factors that cause to smoke other than the addiction itself like: an overwhelming emotion, alcohol(being drunk), occasional druge use(other than MJ), and other various reasons...

I would love to clean out my lungs and quit smoking but i did also want to mention that smoking is a big thing in my family... I would have to say 50% of my family smokes... thats a BIG percentage... my mom did, dad did, sister(s) did, brother does, aunt does, cousin does, etc.......... along with alcohol and drug problems... all this seems to run in my family and several deaths have been caused to these addictions... im VERY worried about my family and myself.....

but personally you just sound like another company or group of people out for financial gain backed up by the same stuff that company X over there and company B over here speak about.......

PEOPLE::: best things to do? QUIT SMOKING... ask GOD for help... exercise, diet & nutrition... not buy pamplets and books and DVDs, etc... open the bible... start a prayer... pray for me... ill pray for you... :) God bless. and if this company really is worthy then Thank You and I hope you have a grand effect on millions of lives

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
January 27th, 2012 - 19:30

Hi Shawn,

Thank you for sharing your experiences with smoking, I am sure it will echo what many other young men and women are experiencing with their lungs, even though you and they are in the prime of life.

The root causes of addiction are also almost universally the same and more down to psychological reasons than the physical ones such as nicotine; though they both make an impact. We talk about this in the guide as it may help with any other issues you have quitting substances or addictive behaviours.

To clarify though, we are not a company in the sense of the word you might think. We are self published authors who spend a lot of time answering questions by email, promoting this site and keeping it running which is in part what the cost of our guide pays for.

Just as important to us is that we are making a difference in the lives of other through better lung health and we love nothing better than hearing of people’s success. Quitting smoking is indeed the crux of it to begin with, but our natural healing abilities can always be enhanced by further understanding of our bodies which is what we provide.

We wish you all the best Shawn :)

jake
January 31st, 2012 - 03:39

thanx a lot...i attimes stop smoking for a week and again start.i cant control myself when i find my friends  smoking.

how can i stop this habit...

 

Victor Birelo
February 6th, 2012 - 14:28

Hi

I am not a smoker but I have been in the building industrie for a while now and have occasinally been exposed to MDF as well as plastering dust, would this program help?

Victor

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
February 16th, 2012 - 03:52

Hi Victor,

The same basics concepts of lung cleansing for tar and poisons in cigarettes can definitely be used to clean out lungs that have become clogged and dirty from more industrial means. I believe our guide can help you get cleaner lungs yes.

nicole g
February 21st, 2012 - 15:23

hey! so im 28 yrs old and cannot believe i have been smoking for almost 10 years. i decided to quit smoking finally this week. i have no desire to smoke ever again. i can quit as simple as i started. most people say im really lucky. my main concern is the damage ive done to my lungs now. how will this program benefit someone who doesnt need aid in quitting but more just lung rejuvenation??

thanks so much!

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
February 21st, 2012 - 18:19

Hi Nicole,

The bulk of the guide is about detoxification of the lungs, we include a section on quitting smoking for those still struggling to quit, but also for those who have quit and need some help in STAYING quit. The rest is about naturally supercharging the detox process for your body and your lungs. So after 10 years of smoking, this guide will definitely be able to clean up your lungs faster than your body could on it's own and will improve your overall health as well!

Clarie
March 3rd, 2012 - 13:24

Does this detox program also cleanse the rest of your body?

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
March 3rd, 2012 - 18:12

Hi Clarie,

The detox is something that will cleanse the whole body as well as the lungs. Part of a lung detox is being able to cleanse your body to get rid of many toxins in the bloodstream as well.

We pay particular attention to the lungs in the program of course but it will aid in detoxification of your whole body - but is not as intense as other detox programs that focus on your digestive systems and so forth.

Kie
March 8th, 2012 - 18:22

Hi, after reading some of the above, I dare to say it, but feel this may be a good program for me. Here's my story......

I've been smoking heavily since i was 15, I smoke without filters also which is even worse I know, although on occasions I have cut down, and I do try to stay fit. So I wake up wheezy in the mornings these days, my lungs feel full(ish) and if i go for a run, then and not smoke a few days, I feel a lot better, but the return to smoking again. Recently I have gone to see someone about this, and I am now determined to quit and do things in my life without running out of air all the time. I  do feel I have done bad to my body, but my mind keeps telling me stop now, and train - cardiovasular work outs, boxing etc. I am a very paranoid person when things relate to my health. Recently I done a work out with a personal instructor, and run out of breath quickly, the instructor said to me as I am heavy smoker, to quit as my lungs are not pushing out enough oxygen to get to my organs, thats why I got dizziness, and headache. So NOW I have decided to quit smoking for good, I am looking for some help to recover some if not all of my lung capacity.

Here is my question, i have been tricked into buying ebooks before, and seen some of the terrible ebooks that clinkbank has to offer, but yours seems pretty good from what I can see, so will this program help me detoxify my lungs quicker than it would normally take someone who doesn't use this program and doesn't train/carido etc?

 

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
March 9th, 2012 - 03:46

Hi Kie,

Self publishing on the web does indeed have mixed results in regards to quality and it is hard to determine til you buy which is why we offer our money back guarantee so you can be assured of no risk for bad quality. We have a very low refund rate though.

Will this help you? Yes, of course. If you are committed to a good exercise regime that is a fantastic start, but you will get more out of your exercise, and your exercise will help your health more if you follow the other parts of a holistic lung detox as we prescribe in our guide.

It will speed the entire process up, however if you have been smoking for a long time there is some lung damage no one can repair - your lungs will have some irreparable damage. However, it will still help you recover your lungs abilities to the maximum you can get them to which will go a long way to reducing the burden on your body and cleansing the toxins from your lungs.

yahya
March 28th, 2012 - 15:43

would ur programme help people hu av ended up wit lung problems thru keeping animals like birds etc.the condition is known as pigeon lungs.

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
April 2nd, 2012 - 06:30

Hi there,

While this guide is aimed more at smokers, the detox section of the guide will help with many conditions where foreign toxins and particles have infiltrated your lungs. We have not specifically researched this condition but, if it is caused by particles that are irritating and inflaming the lungs then part of our guide will be helpful yes.

Nathalie
March 29th, 2012 - 15:33

I have been smoking now for about 10 years.  I would not call myself a heavy smoker and I have gone many months without smoking when I was pregnant.  Some days I can have one or 2 a day and other days 20.  Can alternating like this mess up your lungs more?  I heard that your lungs intantly start repairing themselves and then you have one again?  I ask because recently I had a lung scan and the doctor said I had very black lungs! She said wow you are a heavy smoker... which im not.  I was so suprised.  She said she has seen many scans and my lungs def show signs of a heavy smoker?  Can some lungs keep in more tar than others?  This doctor has scared me  now and im ready to kick this habit for good!

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
April 2nd, 2012 - 06:34

Hi Nathalie,

Everyone is different, sometimes a moderate smoker can end up with much worse looking lungs than a heavy smokers. Our immune systems and lung health vary from person to person genetically, and also from the situational factors each person is in.

In the end, you cannot change what has happened - the only thing you can do now is plan for the future and act TODAY. Your doctor has found a terrible thing but it is very hard to say why your lungs might be worse than others.

Glad to see you are motivated now though - sometimes we need a shock to our senses to get us moving - your challenge is to now continue that momentum going forward!

Clarie
April 1st, 2012 - 12:51

Hello William, I have finally been able to quit using your method. I have been off the smokes for around 11 days now and starting to feel great. All of the stuff you said like food tasteing better and so on is really true. One thing I did notice is that I am not coughing up as much stuff as I thought I would. I guess when I start the detox part it will get better.

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
April 2nd, 2012 - 06:26

Hi Clarie,

Fantastic! Glad to hear you are feeling that difference already. You might get some tar and muck being coughed up during the detox phase but everyone is different - some people cough up more than others, and it also depends on how long and how heavy a smoker you were.

In any case, do not worry about it as your body is just ejecting this horrible stuff and cleansing your body faster.

Good luck! Feel free to let us know how you are going with the detox! :)

Toby
April 3rd, 2012 - 11:19

Bro im a kiwi and i started to smoke when i was a kid im 46 now and have four girls

I started to smoke because I just wanted to belong to the bunch of cool kids now those kids have passed on because of heart attacks or othier lung related diseases .

I gave up 16 years ago but feel the damage has been done already plus being in a house fire and having asthma does not help.

Do you think this would help me i just want to be here for my moko's(grandchildren)

 

 

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
April 4th, 2012 - 03:52

Hi Toby,

After 16 years it is likely your body has done a great deal of healing and cleansing as long as you have lead a decently healthy lifestyle.

There is always more you can do to protect yourself from any lingering toxins and poisons that might be trapped in your lungs of course, but we cannot repair some damage done, and the guide will certainly not help you as much as someone who has recently quit smoking of course.

Ryan
April 5th, 2012 - 14:02

Hey mark,

I've probably smoked 50 ciggarettes in my life time and was wondering if lung cleansing would be neccesary. I have quit them for good now. I'm only 15 so would this affect the healing process? Like I said, Ive only smoked about 2 packs, so would there even be any damage?

Thanks, Ryan.

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
April 8th, 2012 - 18:57

Hi Ryan,

Every cigarette you smoke will cause some small damage to your lungs. That being said, you are young and you have only smoked a very small amount so I would not think you are in any trouble.

Just make sure not to smoke ANY more ok!

SANDY
April 8th, 2012 - 13:00

hi   i am a woman of 64  and i smoked for 14 yrs giving up 36 yrs ago i have just been told i have copd and am having more tests for asthma my score for copd was mild  to moderate  would ur program help me to get rid of phlem and muscos//    thanx  ur product looks good

garry
April 12th, 2012 - 23:02

i have smoked for apox 40 yrs and have now copd,, i have quit smoking apox 2 months now with no regrets, however with the copd i breath and weize, ,, i found your site and wonder if this would realy help as im looking foward to having a healtyer  lifestyle , doc says there,s no cure as im on a puffer at this time, and i hate the thought of a oxogen bottal,  will this work for me? or not?

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
April 13th, 2012 - 04:26

Hi Garry,

COPD is a combination of a bunch of lung conditions including emphysema. We can help with bronchitis, we can help to unclog your lungs, we can help to cleanse them of nasty toxins and chemicals that can cause infections. What we cannot do is fix emphysema. This is a permanent destruction of part of your lungs and we stress we are not saying we can fix this.

However, if you cleanse your lungs as much as you can it will still get your lungs to work better than before even if it does not get to 100%, we can still help to get it as clean and healthy as it is possible to be.

So yes, it will help - but there are some things we cannot do as this would be like regrowing a limb - not physically possible. You would need a full lung transplant for that. Hopefully after a lung detox you will be breathing easy enough not to go to that extreme though.

HAROLD PAUL
April 19th, 2012 - 20:31

I SMOKED POT FOR 28 YEARS ON AND OFF MY WIFE SAYS MY LUNGS SMELL BAD WOULD THIS GET RID OF THAT SMEELL.BY THE WAY I DONT SMOKE NO MORE

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
April 20th, 2012 - 04:57

Hi Harold,

While marijuana does not have the same negative effects on your lungs as cigarettes do, it still does cause damage to the lungs and can leave it filled with many toxins and unpleasant things.

A lung cleanse would definitely help to remove as much of that stuff as possible which can help to eliminate bad smells, though the health of your mouth and oral cavities can also be a leading cause of bad breath as well. Look into both to fix this issue.

HAROLD PAUL
April 20th, 2012 - 19:15

well i know its not coming from my mouth because my wife is a dental assistant for 22 years and i have frequent cleanings and checkups.

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
April 21st, 2012 - 00:44

Hi Harold,

Then as you suspect, it is time to clean out your lungs!

Nebyou
May 17th, 2012 - 05:35

Hello Mr. Mark, I first would like to say thank you for taking your time to do this for all of us. You have provided us with very helpful information, thank you very much. I have some questions to ask you, if you could please get back to me that would be much appreciated. So how long do you have to smoke to become a heavy smoker, medium smoker etc... Does smoking for 5 years off and on make you a heavy smoker? Is hookah considered to be very bad? How about Marijuana, is that bad? My mother use's marijuana due to her medical condition, she has glaucoma, does that mean the smoke is killing her body or helping her? Please get back to me when you can Mr. Mark. Thank you!

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
May 17th, 2012 - 05:59

Hi Nebyou,

1. Heavy can be how long you smoked, or how many you smoke in a period of time regularly. So someone who smokes for 5 years but only lightly I would not count as a heavy smoker. But someone who smokes a pack a day for a few years would be. There is not exact definition.

2. Hookah smoking is different to cigarettes in some ways but has been proven to be very harmful for the lungs still. Less tar, but just as many of not more chemicals and cancer causing pathogens.

3. Marijuana is often less dangerous than cigarettes but can still cause problems with the lungs in many smokers, It does not usually contain as many chemicals though so it is not considered as dangerous to lung health but it is not helping her lungs either.

I hope that helps!

Ziya Saeed
May 27th, 2012 - 09:39

I am 21 years old and i have been smoking for almost 10 years... but in those 10 years i smoked regularly for 6 years in total.. i smoke 10 to 15 cigarettes a day.. what about me??

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
June 2nd, 2012 - 03:19

Hi Ziya,

That amount of time, especially when you were a teenager can certainly cause some harm. Everyone who smokes for an extended length of time is going to cause their lungs harm - no one can say that they didn’t smoke enough to have a problem.

ashish
June 6th, 2012 - 17:56

hi me 26 years old and i have been smoking for almost 8 years. Now i want to quit this habit .i want to know how much time it will take to clean my lung.

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
June 7th, 2012 - 04:09

Hi Ashish,

It can take up to a decade for your lungs to clean themselves completely without any additional aid. Using the methods in our guide you could cut this down to a year or two - though you will see the most major developments in the first few months.

This depends from person to person based on genetics, how heavy a smoker you were and a whole bunch of factors - but the time to clean your lungs can be greatly decreased if you follow all the points in this guide.

Cody Cubilla
June 6th, 2012 - 23:14

I am 17 and started smoking weed when i was 14. I smoked almost everyday until i turned 17 (march 14) Now i do not smoke weed, but i started smoking ciggerates when i was 16. i have been smoking (ciggerates) for a year and a half and i have noticed that i have a hard time breathing. would this help me? (p.s i was born with premature lungs)

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
June 7th, 2012 - 04:14

Hi Cody,

If you are having difficulty breathing from smoking, then yes; this guide is designed to help people like you clean and unblock their lungs.

Anonymous
June 13th, 2012 - 04:25

Hello,

i have been smoking for past 4 years .earlier it was like 2 or 3 cigg. per day then it went on oincreasing to 6 to 7..and currently it is 5 cigg. dailybut now a days i dont like to smoke after taking first few drags of cigrattte.Also from last 1 month i have been getting phelgum in my chest  but it was not there for last 2 years..its not much..but still i am worried..

have i damaged my lungs alot.Also i had asthma when i was child but never since past 7 years..my current age is 24....how bad is my state.if i quit smoking now how long will it take to recover with your method.

please advice truthfully...am quiet straight forward person.

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
June 14th, 2012 - 05:49

Hi There,

It is impossible for us to pinpoint exactly how long it takes for an individual to clean their lungs as this depends on too many factors we cannot know.

What we can tell you is that using our guide will speed up your lung recovery by an enormous amount cutting years off this recovery time. Some people can find a huge difference in a few months, other might see a more gradual improvement over time ... however everyone reports a much greater speed to healing when using the guide properly.

Sorry we cannot be more specific - but I can say we can help you!

Roshan
June 19th, 2012 - 20:01

Hi,

 

I have been smoking like about 6 to 7 cigarettes a da for the past 6 years. I feel choked with mucous and cough as I wake up and also I do not have a clear throat.

 

How do I get rid of the mucuos issues and cough free time? Alo may i know how much would it cost in Indian rupees for me to get this book or online pdf. Also how long would it take me to quit smoking and have a cleaner mucous free lungs?

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
June 20th, 2012 - 04:17

Hi Roshan,

How to do this is detailed in the guides with a lot of detail. The cost of the guides would be about 2,383.46 INR I believe from when I just checked the exchange rates. How long it would take depends on many factors, you will see major improvements in several weeks to a few months though. To be as cleansed as possible can take several months total for some people ... however without doing anything this can take you several YEARS so it makes a dramatic difference in terms if time!

M
June 28th, 2012 - 04:13

How do i quit smoking? I started when I was 21 and I am 33 now. I really really want to quit but can't stop the cravings. PLease help me.

 

Thanks,

M

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
June 29th, 2012 - 03:29

Hi M,

It is a tough journey that is for sure. You need to deal with the physical cravings and the psychological ones as well. Download the free guide we have on this page to start as it will give you a bunch of useful tips If you want to get more information about quitting as well as a complete lung cleansing process check out the main guide though

rahul
August 11th, 2012 - 17:10

Hi mark,

I m from Chandigarh, India and i started smoking aroung 6-7 years ago i m not addicted but when i m alone i smoke. I smoke ocassionaly, 2 or 3 times in a day, or sometimes i don't smoke for 2 or 3 months, so can u tell me tht hw much my lungs r  damaged, and how can i repair them, i want to fully quit smoking , what can i do...?

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
August 11th, 2012 - 18:44

Hi there,

It is hard to tell just how damaged your lungs might be. Certainly less than a very heavy smoker, but every cigarette you smoke does some damage to your lungs and leaves behind toxic tar and filth in your airways.

To repair your lungs, you need to quite and STAY quit. From there you can embark on a lung detox to get rid of all the cigarette leftovers in your lungs that can cause cancer and irritate your airways. This is what our guide will show you.

Thanahenry
October 13th, 2012 - 02:19

Hi,

I been smoking for 10 years. I am 29years old guy. Now i have fully quit my smoking habit. Just want to know more info about ur product.

1) How effective your product is?

2) How long should we use ur product to fully clean up lungs?

3) Did this product is useful for smokers?

Hope to read ur replay soon, Thanks

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
October 20th, 2012 - 05:52

Hi Thanahenry,

1. Based on the responses of some surveys we have run, those who stick to the plan as closely as possible have all reported good results. The effectiveness varies on many factors but we have not recieved any feedback from people who followed the plan that it did not greatly improve thier lung health.

2. This depends on many factors, how long you were a smokers for, how much you smoked, your general health level, your age and so forth. We find that most people see genuine benefits in a few weeks that continues for the next few months - after that it can seem less effective hich is dengerous for people who stop the regime. However continuing with the treatment for a good half a year at least is recommended.

3. Yes, this is very useful for smokers! Not just ex smokers, we have acomplete guide to quitting smoking in the product as well as all the detox information.

Kat
October 14th, 2012 - 21:14

Hi, my dad is 62 and has been smoking since he was a teen. He has tried to quit and it never sticks. He is lonely and I think he has anxiety and of course smoking helps that. He was diagnosed with copd. He still can't quit smoking. He drives a truck for a living witch makes it harder to quit. He can't hardly do anything without getting out of breath. I know copd can not be fixed, but I'm watching him slowly kill himself and I can't take it. He knows what he is doing but he has had a hard life and I guess it comforts him. I want to help him so bad! If I could give him new lungs or breath for him I would. My husband is currently deployed and my dad is my best friend, my rock all the time but ecspecialy now. I am closer to him than anyone and vice versa. So, I guess my question is could this help him at all? PLEASE be honest. I know you have to have someone that you are this close to, so please answer like you were asking this for that person who means so much to you. Don't just answer to make a sale please. 

Thank you 

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
October 20th, 2012 - 05:59

 Hi Kat,

Our guide could help him yes, however we must stress a few points as we are not just here to make a sale - we want to see our product make a genuine impact on peoples health and happiness.

1. The part of COPD that cannot be cured is emphysema. This is the destruction of the gas exchange parts of the lung at the very ends of the 'tree' if you picture a lung as an upside down tree. We cannot help this - no one can. We also cannot help scarring i the lungs from long term intense bronchitis.

What this guide can do is help arrest this downward spiral and stop it becoming worse. It can alos help with the bronchitis if he is coughing a lot as we can remove a lot of irritants fromthe lungs. IT will also help reduce the chance of lung cancer which he is in a very high risk catagory right now.

We cannot work miracles, but we do believe that we can make a difference.

2. The biggest issue would be your dad actually sticking to the plan in the guide. It is hard enough for some of our customers to get the motivation to stick with it even for a few weeks let along this not being his 'choice'.

The key term is choice - he has to CHOOSE to take this seriously and that is something we cannot help him with. If he comes willingly to the table and gives it a good shot there is hope to stop even more damage being done and clean up his lungs as much as possible.

I hope that helps Kat - good luck to you and you father.

Nazanin
October 15th, 2012 - 04:39

My boyfriend has been sokimng for 30+ years and he keeps saying he wants to quit. He has tried a couple of times and managed to go with cigarettes for two days once when I still lived out of state from him. The other day he said he was sick of all the crap that sokimng did, like costing extra and making him cough, and that he really was going to quit.I want to help him do this but I am not sure how. The situation is a bit complicated too. On one hand we live together so when he is home I can really help him. On the other hand he works Mon-Fri as a programmer at least 8 hours a day. Almost all of his co-workers smoke from what I have heard of the office stories.I heard that there was some trick to show how much you smoke a day. I think it was putting gumballs in a jar for each cigarette you smoke and trying to get it to less and less gumballs every day. Anyone else heard of something like this?Also any other ideas about how I can help him at home and try to help keep him strong at work? I do have a way to im him at work but I don't want to be sending him stuff he would be embarrassed about if a co-worker saw it. I know it has to be gradual so I am not looking for a magic fix. Please help me help him.One more thing, he had a bad reaction when he tried the nicotine patch so that is a no no.He said that when he put on the patch his arm got all red and swollen. This was several years before we started dating but it is strange that he would have a reaction to it since you say it is the same drug as cigarettes. I will try to talk to him about it.

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
October 20th, 2012 - 06:08

Hi Nazanin,

We have a quit smoking guide in our complete detox package which has many tips and tricks to help him quit smoking. However we also gives a real grounding in the reasons addictions happen and how to break them from a physical and psychological point of view.

Sarah
November 26th, 2012 - 01:07

can i do this program  if i am pregneat ?

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
November 30th, 2012 - 03:48

Hi Sarah,

We do not recommend you take this program on while pregnant. There are too many issues that might complicate matters and we never recommend anyone to do this detox if there is even a hint that there might be issues.

If you would like to do it in the future we recommend that you start only once you finish breastfeeding.

Margaret
December 11th, 2012 - 11:11

Hello. I am Margaret from Greece. I have been smoking for almost 20 years since I was 19teen one packet per day. I am feeling like I\' m going to dye and I fear to get married and be pregnant etc. I would like to ask you If my lungs could be healthy again 100% with this programme and after how long. How do you know that tar can be removed fast from lungs? With an x-ray or other way? We cannot be sure since there is no way to see the lungs from inside (such as a necrotomy). I look forward for your answer

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
December 21st, 2012 - 05:30

Hi Margaret,

Your lungs might never be 100% of what they were as smoking for that long has damaged some parts that cannot be repaired.

However, you can massively improve the health of your lungs with this program and getting rid of all the tar and mucus is one of the main facets of this detox. It will help you remove blockages, but also the toxins and chemicals that have infiltrated your lung tissues as well.

Doctors will be able to do scans that can detect large tar build-ups so you can see progress through that - but all of the happy customers we speak to tell us they could FEEL the difference in just a few weeks.

John H
December 20th, 2012 - 12:28

  I have been told I have COPD.  I work in dusty environments, with gypsum and other dusts...as well as some molds, what can this do for me?   I am constantly getting congestion on and off, with shortness of breath.  Supposed to start using Advair and an emergency inhaler.

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
December 21st, 2012 - 05:21

Hi John,

While this is mainly for smokers and ex-smokers, the whole program will be able to de-clog lungs from any sort of blockages. It has some additional advantages against cigarettes, but the toxins and blockages from your work should be removed by following the advice in the guide.

Jose
December 29th, 2012 - 19:55

Do you have your program in Spanish?

if not can your program can be printed out in order to translate it for some one else?

My brother has a fine dust deposit, by working for many years in mining companies. 

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
December 31st, 2012 - 02:02

Hi Jose,

No we do not have a spanish version though. You will be able to print the book yourself though to get it translated if you like. So far we have not had enough demand for a spanish version but it would be the first language we would tranlsate for should thee be enough demand.

Tyler Finch
January 3rd, 2013 - 20:10

Just wondering, what are some of the things that this book talks about with lung detox? Is it just dieting right, getting certain nutrients, excercise and breathing techniques?

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
January 4th, 2013 - 04:38

Hi Tyler,

It is all of those things and more! We delve into the psychology not just of quitting smoking, but also about how the mind helps your phsyical health and vice versa. It also has alternative remedies demystified to help you make the best choices to fit your situation.

Lastly it wraps this up in a lung detox program you can follow in a step-by-step format so all you need to do is focus on your life, your willpower, and doing what needs to be done without having to second guess yourelf at each turn.

Ms.Henderson
January 4th, 2013 - 00:37

I am 21 and im trying to quit smoking my two girls suffer from asthma and they stay sick alot. I don't know what it really is like I smoke when im bored I have been smoking for 7 years now and I feel anxiety like and I try to smoke to make the feeling go away but it don't it still there. So now when I go days without smoking I still feel the strange feeling but when I smoke thinking that's what it might be I still have the same feeling. I just wana get cigarettes out of my head for good it want leave my head help me I cry because I want to give up smoking. I can't sleep without pills rather I smoke are not I just want to feel normal again someone please help me ins single mother of two babies and I'm trying God knows I am

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
January 4th, 2013 - 04:43

Hi There,

This is why cigarettes are just so bad for us. The nicotine withdrawals make you feel that anxious odd feeling and you believe that smoking is the best way to calm yourself down. However the body is always craving more until it is free of the chemical addiction.

It also comes with a strong psychological addiction, the sheer comfort of the action of smoking which must be overcome as well. So many issues that make it hard to quit.

To quit for the health of your girls would be a noble and worth task howver and in our guide we will break down exactly how you can do this and cleanse your own lungs too!

Tyler
January 4th, 2013 - 12:14

Cool! Sounds like an awesome book, I know it's crazy the true power our minds possess and what they can do for our body just by thought processes, I will definately be looking into buying this in the near future! And thanks for the quick response!

Omar
January 13th, 2013 - 17:18

Hi,

I've been smoking heavily for 30 years, Probably about 4 packs a day for the first 10 years and down to 1 pack a day for the following 20 years.

I just quit smoking (3 days so far). I know that my cilia is probably not going to grow back for many months and lately (last three or four years) I'm having a hard time trying to cough (no mucus whatsoever and no strength to cough either).

My two questions are:

1) Should I wait a few months until my cilia grows back, or should I get started right away? and,

2) I've been tempted to inhale water vapor to start getting something to attack that tar and some mucus in my lungs. Should I?

Thanks,
Omar

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
January 16th, 2013 - 04:40

Hi Omar,
 
30 years with that level of consumption will have had a considerable effect on your lungs.  As such, you will need to proceed gently.
 
My first recommendation would be to see your GP and see what he thinks about ways of increasing your mucus flow.  You could be dehydrated (I’d recommend drinking at least a Litre of water a day, and if you are OK with that, work your way up to 2), or it could be something more serious.  As I can’t know every detail about your present situation, your GP or a lung specialist would be best to answer that question.
 
What I can recommend you do is look through the foods that help Lung Detox section of the Guides, and make a few changes to your diet, adding the foods that help support a lung detox.  You are right, the cilia will take a while to grow back, but you can speed that up by being healthy with your eating, some light exercise, and doing the lung exercises to help improve your strength there too.  Dependant on what your doctor recommends, you could be seeing some movement of mucus and tar within a few weeks.
 
Dependant on the rest of your health, and the generation of some shiftable mucus with advice from your GP, you should be able to start detoxing your lungs in a month or 2.
 
I wish you all the best of good fortune, and hope to hear of your successful lung detox later this year.

manu dias
January 16th, 2013 - 16:18

Hi,i have smoked cannabis over the years on a recreational basis,in the last year i have been hacking up brownish,blackish phlegm.I have no cough or any breathing difficulties.Is that the body's natural system of getting rid of tar?Is that normal or could it be symptoms of a serious illness?Also with your program will i be seeing gunk coming up through phlegm?Thanks.

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
January 17th, 2013 - 04:41

Hi there,

Your lungs will try to expel as much gunk as possible over time. It is probably doing that - however we cannot stress enough that you should see a doctor to make sure it is nothing more than that. With the information you have given we cannot give any sort of diagnosis.

Our program will speed up the rate at which you might cough up that gunk, but it will also speed up your body's internal cleansing mechanisms as well.

I would suggest a trip to the doctor to be sure that it is nothing more serious, and then the guide can certainly help you maximise your lung detox process.

Matt
January 21st, 2013 - 05:36

I have been smoking for more than 7 years.. from past 6 months am getting pain in my center of my chest.. am having breathing problem too when i walk fastly or in staircase walk.. i quit smoking.. my question is.. when i ll get recover from the pian and breathing problem.. is that a serious issue.??

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
January 22nd, 2013 - 04:17

All pain should be considered a serious issue, and chest pain doubly so.

Your breathing problem would likely be a result of a combination of tar and mucus buildup, and emphysema, which means parts of the business end of your lungs has been destroyed by your habit. Our program can help with the tar and mucus buildup, but there is know way for us to know how much of your breathing difficulty is due to tar/mucus, and emphysema.  To answer your question, the part of the problem caused by tar and mucus will take somewhere between a few months and a year on our program, however, the contribution of the emphysema is currently untreatable.

Now the pain; that is something you should have looked at by a specialist ASAP.  It could be something as benign as reflux, but it's much better to know than be kept in the dark. If it is the dreaded C word, then finding it and treating it early gives you the best outcome every single time.

Don't delay; get it checked out ASAP.

Pamela
January 30th, 2013 - 20:48

Hi,  I am a 56y F.  Been smoking since I was 14.  Quit once for 4 months but felt  no difference.  Been diagnosed with COPD.  One Dr. said emphysema another said chronic bronchitis.  From what you have stated above, emphysema can't be fixed.  Can anything covered under COPD be reversed?  Anyway, on Jan 20 I got a scratchy throat and a cough that wont go away.   I went to the ER and was diagnosed with pneumonia, a touch of the flu and an upper respiratory virus.  They sent me home with some pills.  On the 27th I went back.  They did another chest xray and said the pneumonia was gone but I would have to ride out the virus part.  Well tomorrow is Feb 1 and I still have a cough.  I do cough up mucus but nothing very productive.  The mucus is clear.  I am coughing 24/7.  Now on to my question.  I haven't had a cigarette since Jan 20 and no one has smoked around me.   I'm not planning on starting back up.  Could the lingering cough be from not smoking or am I still riding out the virus?  Would your program still help me?  Thanks, Pam

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
February 1st, 2013 - 20:27

Hi Pamela,

COPD is a mixture of emphysema, bronchitis, frequent infections, and general clogging of the lungs. It is a catch-all term for everything that smoking can do wrong to your lungs basically. You are correct that we cannot fix emphysema, we can also not reverse scarring inside the lungs which can occur due to bronchitis.

However, a lung detox can help with the other parts of COPD to greatly relieve the clogging of the lungs, stop infections from happening, remove irritants, flush out cancer causing toxins and chemicals, and will greatly relieve your bronchitis - though depending on the severity of your bronchitis we cannot say exactly how effective it will be.

So, while we cannot return your lungs to the exact state they were before - the detox is designed to RAPIDLY cleanse your lungs of all the nasties that reduce your lung health. It will also stop further damage to your lungs by arresting emphysema at the stage it is at to not make it worse.

We also have a guide to help you quit much more easily and in a way that aids with the fastest detox of your lungs possible. I hope that helps!

Marybelle Richcreek
February 3rd, 2013 - 06:01

You are so cool! I do not think I've read through anything like that before. So nice to discover someone with a few unique thoughts on this topic. Seriously.. thank you for starting this up. This web site is something that's needed on the internet, someone with some originality!

Rahul
February 9th, 2013 - 02:57

Hello DOC .

I am from Bangalore India , I have smoked for about 4 years . i have suffer from pain in my center of chest .  as this ebook help me to detoxify my lungs with useage of Vitamines . but can i get these Vitamines or other Herbal Products from India ?? 

I am Taking Orange Juice Daily to detoxifies my lungs . as orange juice is a great source of Vitamin C

can i use your Suggested vitamines as well as i smoking . because i havn't quite smoking YET .

Please Help Me out ....

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
February 9th, 2013 - 04:23

Hi Rahul,

Most of the stuff we recommend in the guide can be purchased online. We recommend a few sites to buy from as wwell, but I am sure you will be able to source much of it locally as well as online as we have had a number of customers from India who have not had any issues.

Vitamin C is good to have to help fortify your immune system, but it depends on the juice. A lot of orange juice packages are full of sugar and addatives as well which is not good. Freshly squeezed is better

Stephanie
March 5th, 2013 - 21:19

I have recently been diagnosed with mild COPD. I am on Chantix now. Can this program help me clean my lungs and decrease the progression of COPD?

Thank you. 

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
March 8th, 2013 - 01:35

Hi Stephanie,

We cannot adress all aspects of COPD, but most of them can be greatly reduced or eliminated with the lung detox yes.

 

anil
March 13th, 2013 - 01:05

I have been a smoker for last 30 years, I enjoy smoking and don't really want to give up. What I want to know is whether this programe will help me even if I continue to smoke?.

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
March 13th, 2013 - 06:17

To be blunt - no.

If you continue to smoke and try to detox you are working at cross purposes.

Think of it lik trying to empty a bath with a cup while the water is still flowing in from the tap. You get rid of some water but way more is replacing it. Such is the same with your lungs and the dangerous toxins and tar from cigarettes.

kevin
April 7th, 2013 - 15:12

I have been off cigs for almost 2 years now and have noticed that I

do not cough up much "crap" like I thought I would. I have seen some black stuff,

maybe once or twice, and am concerned that it may be stuck. Even with some 

occasional walking and running not much coming up. I know everyone is different 

based on genetics and activity but can some light be shed on this.Perhaps I need to 

do more?

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
April 13th, 2013 - 22:00

Hi Kevin,

It is hard to know without scanning the lungs to see if there is a lot left of not.

The stuff you cough up is certainly the 'Low hanging fruit' so to speak. Much of the tar and toxins seeps into the lung tissue and needs to be removed by your body's immune system as well.

Depending on your exercise level as well. If you say occasional running and jogging then you might not be getting the consistent exercise that you body need for consistent results.

So after 2 years, you probably still have some healing and detoxification to do but you body has made a start on it already.

Harry
April 13th, 2013 - 14:57

I am smoking from last 5 years , aproximately 6-10 cigrettes as an average every day. Can this product help me to clear my lungs if i don't quit smoking? As of now I don't have serious problems, Only thing is I am feeling little tired in the evening everyday.

 

 

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
April 13th, 2013 - 22:03

Hi Harry,

As per some of the other comments here I will say the same thing. If you try this and keep smoking it will be like trying to empty a running bath with a cup - more is coming in that you can possibly get out.

You have to quit, and just because you are not feeling too bad now does not mean that thee is a lot worse coming later from continued cigarette abuse.

adam sturgell
May 28th, 2013 - 22:36

hi mark my name is adam and i am 18 i have been smoking for 3 years i want to quick so bad can i stll have the chance of being healthy again

 

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
May 29th, 2013 - 06:40

Hi Adam,

At the age of 18 with 3 years smoking udner yoru belt you are in a prime position to get your lungs healthy again. Your body is youthful enough to fight infection and disease well and 3 years is better than some smokers who have had decades.

The quicker you quit and start detoxing, the quicker your body will spring back!

Christer
June 13th, 2013 - 00:00

how long will it takes to be healthy again. is it okey if i continue to smoke while taking this program

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
June 13th, 2013 - 06:34

Hi Christer,

How long it takes depends on many factors. How long you have smoked, how many per day, your overall lifestyle while smoking.

However, most find a huge impact over a few weeks to months.

This can only happen if you quit though. You cannot continue to smoke and expect any real results. Our guide gives you a lot of help on that front as well though.

loretta
June 20th, 2013 - 17:34

I been smoking for 40 years now ,an just last week i decide to go an see the doctor to see if he could give me something to help me quite which he  did an thay are suppose to be good .but i been taking them now for 7 days an there suppose to turn you off from cigs,so far it hasnt  work for me ,,my question is if you are  still smoking can you take them ,,thank you 

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
July 12th, 2013 - 06:49

Hi There,

I am not sure what the doctor gave you, but any attempt at cleansing your lungs must start with quitting cigaretes. If the quitting aids are not working try a different one. Some people repsond better to different methods and aides to quit.

Ajay
June 26th, 2013 - 08:49

Dear Team,

I smoke more then 20 nos per day and was smoking from past 16 years now i am 30, i want to quit smoking is this guid will help me andd how does it works,shall i need to to eat or to take Medicine for this or what. Please let me know i am really interested to quit smoking and want a healty lungs to breath properly andd deeply...Please let me know wheather it is available in INDIA or not.

 

Regards,

Ajay 

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
July 12th, 2013 - 06:55

Hi Ajay,

The guide goes through a combination of methods, vitamins, and natrual remedies that tie together to form a powerful combined effect on your lung health.

All of the items can be purchased online and we have had many happy Indian customers so I do not believe there will br a problem sourcing any of the items we recommend, and none are very expensive.

michael hill
June 27th, 2013 - 14:45

hi, ihave a question to ask if i may,    ihave been diagnosed with lung cancer, the smokers type they told me  but i have never smoked in my life or been in smokey places except when i was young and a teenager when my father smoked and i am now 65 and my left lung is going to be removed on july 4th the cancer has not spread anywhere else so would your system be of any use to me after i come out of hospital    . many thnks mike.

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
July 12th, 2013 - 07:11

Hi Mike,

It does not sound like your lungs have been filled with smoke for many years like most people, but environmental factors must have somehow contributed to your illness.

I could not say if our product could help you, but I would say it is not targeted at people with your history so I would not be able to guarantee any sort of positive outcome. Sorry we cannot be of further help but we also do not want to promise any false hope

Kirk Garcia
July 4th, 2013 - 14:26

Hey how long would it take for me to remove the toxic/hazzards from my lungs?
ive been smoking for quite a while now. Like 7 years. and im just 20 years old..

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
July 12th, 2013 - 08:13

Hi Kirk,

It is hard to give an exact timeframe as everyone is different. However we know that the process can be hugly improved using our guide and we have had reports of people feeling a lot better in a few weeks, to a few months in some cases.

The more rigorously you follow the guide the better your results will be!

Sash
July 7th, 2013 - 05:48

I am 19 years old ... I know the effects of smoking .. But as of now , my friends and my brotheer warned me not to smoke and it is highly incurable... But I didnt mind it .. But after some days , I got some fear by seeing the effects of lung cancer and many known people started to get lung cancer .. So , I decided to stop smoking.. But ,I have a problem.. I started to smoke only with my friends. But later , I started to smoke alone. Now , I tried to quit smoking cigarettes a couple of weeks before but I couldn't .. because of my friends .. When I go out with them , all my friends would start smoking .. So I get tempted to it.. I am trying maximum to make them quit smoking , but they are not aware of the consequences of smoking. Meanwhile , a 9 months ago, they started to smoke weed.. I too smoked weed four times in four months... They also told that smoking weed removes the cancer causing chemicals inside lungs ( I didnt beleive that because it sounded very funny) .. But they brain washed me and tempted me to smoke weed also.. 

Now , I am planning to quit smoking at the early stage itself .. I have smoked cigarettes a pack a day for three years ... How will this lungdetoxification help me???? 

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
July 13th, 2013 - 05:40

Hi Sash,

After 3 years your lungs have taken quite a bit of punishment but far less than people that have been smoking for decades. However such sustained smoking can still leave quite a toxic legacy and doing a lung detox will help get rid of a lot of the gunk and chemicals that would have been sitting in your lungs for many more years.

So our guide will be able to help yuo quit, stay quit, and cleanse your lungs for a healthier future.

Clyde
July 11th, 2013 - 15:40

Can the books be read on my I phone 3GS 

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
July 13th, 2013 - 05:26

Hi Clyde,

I believe you can save the books into many apps including ibooks, so yes.

Frances
August 21st, 2013 - 03:08

I'm 17 and a singer and have been on and off smoking for about 2-3 years. I smoked my freshmen year in high school then moved to Jakarta, Indonesia. Since i was in indonesia and didn't know where i could find a supply, i quit cold turkey for a year. I got back in the game half way through my junior year and have been smoking since then. So my question is, can my voice/lungs recover completely if i quit smoking now? And approximately how long will this process take?
I understand that the time frame is dependent on many factors such as the person, how much that person has been smoking, etc. but i would really appreciate it if you could give some type of time range.

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
September 24th, 2013 - 06:07

Hi Frances,

At your age recovery should be quite strong and you should regain most of your lung function without a huge amount of loss (depending on how heavy a smoker you were). If you quit now and follow the Lung Detoxification programs you should see a remarkable difference in a few weeks, but it could be a few months before you have purged all of the gunk and toxins from your lungs.

That being said I think it would not be much longer than a few months - but I cannot say for sure based on many factors as you have stated.

Edward Rai
September 23rd, 2013 - 22:26

Hi there:

I am asking for a friend of mine who is non smoker but worked all his life as an Electric Welder in the basements of all sort of sea going ships and tankers. I know through reading of your material over the network that your cure is very effective for smokers. I am curious to learn if you have developed any thing for black lungs caused by welding fumes. Doctors have given up on my friend he was let go from his work because he could not function. He is on oxygen supply continuously and cannot even talk for more than two minutes.

Can you please suggest something.

Thanks

 

Sincerely

 

Edward J. Rai

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
September 24th, 2013 - 06:17

Hi Edward,

This program would help most people with any sorts of gunk in thier lungs, however I would hesitate in saying we can help your friend right now. His reliance on oxygen supply might mean his lungs are too far gone for a program such as ours to make much of an impact at all.

I would hazard a guess that following the program as best he can would make some impact but I could not honestly say it would make enough of a difference withotu knowing more about his condition.

 

Manuel
October 1st, 2013 - 23:32

My name is manuel. I am a pothead. i have been smoking bud pretty much every day since i was 15, i am 19 now. i started realizing a few months ago that i was spending too much money on my bud since an eighth was only lasting me about two days. i switched to wax, a thc concentrate which is extracted by blowing butane or liquid nitrogen through the herb. ive been smoking that heavily ever since. my heart beats so hard for anything between lifting heavy objects to simply walking up a flight of stairs. i often think about my lungs, since when i try to take a deep breath it feels like they only fill halfways, or after inhaling a particularly large amount of smoke i have trouble breathing for minutes afterwards. i also used to smoke a pack of cigarettes a day for about a year or so when i tried quitting. i am fully aware of the amount of damage i have so idiotically chosen to subject my body to, however my reasons are my own. I come to you for help. I have many questions. why do you say you can train your mind to help your body to help resist lung damage? i do not understand how something that exists only in a conscious form can have any physical affect whatsoever. please let me know because i need convincing. i want to clean my lungs, i know if i continue down this path it will only lead to ruin, and im not quite ready to die just yet, i am barely even beginning to get a grip on the lessons of true life. I believe in the power of physical herbal remedys, and from what ive seen on your site so far it seems like maybe you can be trusted. please write back to me. i am interested. i will buy

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
October 7th, 2013 - 05:02

Hi Manuel,

In regard to training your mind, your mind does not actually go and heal individual parts of your body. However, the right state of mind can help the body produce the right hormones and chemicals that can aid the healing process by a huge amount.

A healthy mind leads to a healthy body - this is an important part of the process but not the entire part of course.

Ian
October 5th, 2013 - 20:50

Greetings everyone,

I am 25 years old, I smoked for two (2) years in a row then I quiet for almost a year (nine (9) months) ! I got back to smoking for some reasons, I smoke now for almost four (4) months.

My question is: how much time do I need to get back my lungs like I never smoked?

Thank you in advance

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
October 7th, 2013 - 05:12

Hi Ian,

It is hard to give an exact amount of time the process takes. You have smoked much less than many who try to cleanse their lungs, but it depends how heavily you smoked, your individual genetics and other factors.

It would be a lie to say I can give an exact period of time but I can estimate that a few months of intensive use of this program should make a huge impact on your lung health.

Ian
October 7th, 2013 - 05:19

Hi Mark,

Thank you for you reply!

I used to smoke up to seven (7) to ten (10) ciragettes a day at most! Rarely more!

Best regards

Kenneth
October 9th, 2013 - 17:20

Keep this going please, great job!

Arthur
October 19th, 2013 - 15:40

I have  been a three pack a day smoker for 32 years and also worked in a jewelry shop with all kinds of nasty chemicals and also worked in buildings with asbestos for years.i know I cannot cure my COPD but will your program remove the other toxins in my body with your program.

Melody
November 7th, 2013 - 21:49

Greetings! I've been reading your site for some time now and finally got the bravery to go ahead and give you a shout out from Austin Tx! Just wanted to say keep up the excellent job!

Carmen
December 20th, 2013 - 08:38

Hi there. I hope this finds you all well and you are having a great festive season. I would love love love to purchase this as i am a smoker and would love to stop and detox my lungs. However, when i clicked to purchase, it does not list my country. Zimbabwe. How else can i purchase from you? I can not open a PayPal account as my country is not listed with PayPal either. Please help as i would like to purchase these things asap.Thanks so very muchKind regardsCarmen

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
December 21st, 2013 - 19:09

Hi Carmen,

I am not sure how to help you I am afraid. I do not control the payment system it is handled by a secure payment provider.

The only option I can think of is to spoof your IP to make it look like you are in another country, but you still must have a credit card to pay somehow.

You might need to contact the payment system people here to get an answer:

https://www.clkbank.com/txnLookup.htm

chris
January 11th, 2014 - 02:46

Hi im interested in your programme i smoked 20 a day for 20 years

i am off them 2 months now but am using an electric cigerrett 

to ween down can i still use this programme 

please reply

Thank you

Chris

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
January 13th, 2014 - 04:02

Hi Chris,

Yes, we have a full book on helping you quitting smoking and staying quite to help you through this phase. Being off the cancer sticks for 2 months is great though and you are absolutely ready to begin accelerating the detox of your lungs!

kamran
January 21st, 2014 - 05:56

Been reading all these comments and i thought i ask my questions to decide if i should sign up. im 33 been smoking for 10 years now only about 7 a day, i now have coughing fits every morning i wake up in morning and i have alot of flem build up during day also and when i spit it always contains black bits, but whats made me want to stop is i feel my heart is now heavy at all times there is also a constant pain in heart and i worrired its too late, what i need to know is i know i messed up my body heart and lungs, but how do i get check how much damage ive done is there any way of checking lungs and heart how bad they are. and relating to you what if your system does not work for me as you say every ones body is different. Also is it a one off payment or anually?

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
January 27th, 2014 - 04:06

Hi Kamran,

I think from what you say you know your lungs are not in good health. However for an in depth analysis of exactly how bad your lungs are you would need to see a doctor and perhaps a specialist to do tests to check various issues and diagnose them correctly.

The cost is a one off payment for the guides for a lifetime of better lung health

dan manna
January 22nd, 2014 - 20:21

i was wondering if this would help me i have copd oxygen dependent 30 year smoker i have a trach due to stenosis of the windpipe caused by the ventilator in april i havent smoked since then i can walk short distances without oxygen but its hard

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
January 27th, 2014 - 04:13

Hi there,

It sounds like you have advanced emphysema. This is caused by the destruction of parts of the lung that cannot be regrown.

We cannot help the body do this, our program will help cleanse the lungs of gunk, tar, toxins and chemicals which will help, but it will not stop your oxygen dependance caused by emphysema.

We are sorry we cannot help with this, but we need to be honest and not provide false hope. The program would be marginally helpful to you but would not solve the biggest health issue you have.

M
February 10th, 2014 - 18:23

Hi if there are vitamins that are in program.  Are they suitable for vegetarian. Many thanks 

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
February 28th, 2014 - 05:28

I do not believe there should be any problems with your diet and the supplements.

Janice Todd
February 24th, 2014 - 12:17

Does this detox method help to clean out the arteries blocked by all this gunk thereby reducing the cholesterol level?

stephen
February 26th, 2014 - 13:50

just a quick question if you have the time to answer ive smoked weed from 18 i am not 23 how long does the detox last and is it completely natural just asking as ive recently quit and ive just realised what ive been doing to my self and i would like to help speed up the process of my lungs healing if it is possible.

Kara
February 26th, 2014 - 15:13

Hi, 

 

My boyfriend quit smoking several months ago; he was a very heavy smoker for 12 years - cigarettes and pot.   I am certain he needs this product, but I wanted to ask…  Is it normal for the smell of cigarettes to emanate from a person’s lungs several months after quitting?  I do not smell it on the hair or skin, but sometimes when he’s talking or breathes on me, it smells like he’s been smoking.  Thank you. 

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
February 28th, 2014 - 06:22

Hi Kara,

Yes, the cigarette leftovers can stay in the lungs for a very long time. That smell can also stay, trapped in the lungs for a long time.

Joe
March 1st, 2014 - 00:27

Hi is this a programme /exercise or pills

 

What am I actually purchasing

 

Regards joe

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
March 1st, 2014 - 03:41

Hi Joe,

This is a programme for people to follow to keep them informed, and keep them on track with what is a large commitment to their health. All the supplements and general information in the world does not help without the path on how to achieve the very best results.

This is a downloadable ebook package and any additional supplements and foods will need to be purchased by yourself, we give a few recommendations of places to find various supplements online though.

katie
May 3rd, 2014 - 05:02

Hi im 20 years old and have been smoking for 6 years now pot and meth abuse on a prety much daily basis, i have finally quit smoking cigarettes but still smoke pot and the on a daily basis i am already coughing up large amounts of black everyday all day am i too late for your program im very worried i am already dying 

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
May 6th, 2014 - 05:34

Hi Kate,

Coughing up the black gunk is pretty normal after quitting smoking. Your body is actually ejecting the tar from your lungs. This is unpleasant but its better out than it is in.

Smoking pot will slow down your recovery process I am certain but it is still better than cigarettes. I cannot comment on how meth might effect your lung health other than any abuse you do to your body inhibits your healing potential.

You are not too late for this program, this in fact sounds like the PERFECT time for you to accelerate the lung cleansing your body is trying to do by following our program.

Terry Weaver
May 11th, 2014 - 19:25

Hi guys,

  I am going on 70 years old, & only experimented when I was young--about 18 for a couple of months. I hated smoking & never smoked again. However, in those days the pubs were full of second hand cigarette smoke--& my friends & I spent hours in them. This lasted until they banned smoking in pubs--hooray.

 However, I am now slowly getting over a severe lung infection, & seem to have fluid on my lungs intermittently.

 Will this program help me? 

   Thanks,

     Terry

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
May 14th, 2014 - 06:39

Hi Terry,

Second hand smoke is a danger and there is plenty of evidence to prove this. However I could not say if our program would help you as it has probably been many years since you have been exposed to second hand smoke.

There is still danger there and our program might marginally improve your lung but I could not guarantee that we would make a large impact like we can with recently quit smokers.

The lung infection you suffered may have had soemthing to do with the second hand smoke, but it may have been something else entirly.

I do not want to lead you astray and say our product will help - but you are free to try it and if it doesnt we will refund the full amount of money. We want to see people healthier and do not want you out of pocket if it did not work for you.

kerrie
May 28th, 2014 - 02:19

Hi,

 

Very breifly, had op for cervical cancer merged from op not being able to breathe and my body making hug amount of mucus. Hospital had thrapist attend me to show exercise to help brathe. Chest too sore and could not do, over they yrs I could not even walk a few feet. Dr in all their wisdom said asthma because sertife seemed to work. Now 7yrs later meds stop working and despite no tests being carried out been told bu ER dr I have emphysema from an xray taken 6moths earlier and me being told all clear, this dr (and credit to him for taking time) read the same x ray to come back to me and say I have emphysema, I have spend numerous hours researching everything about everything to do with lungs, etc. I do alternative meds so wondering if your book would help. I have been under repiratory specialist as well, now waiting to see another buyt as you know phamac not interested in making you as well as you can bem theyonly want to pump their meds into with as we both no, not good outcomes.

Thank you for your time.

Mark Freeman Lung Detoxification Co-Author
June 1st, 2014 - 05:27

Hi Kerrie,

As much as we know the pharamcutical industry cares very little about making you better and just wants to cover symptoms so you buy more drugs, in the case of emphysema the science at this point in time is quite clear - we cannot regrow the parts of the lungs that have been destroyed by smoking that causes this problem.

I wish we could bring better news, this is the number 1 issue people come to us with that we cannot help with.

What we do advise is that cleansing your lungs will still help make it easier to breathe in the case of most people. You can achieve lungs that are very healthy but the emphysema will still remain - which is still better than emphysema as well as toxic sick lungs.

George Lang
October 31st, 2014 - 10:10

I purchased the Lung Detoxification manual from Mark Freeman. It has been a struggle everyday but you guys never gave up on me. I am following every protocol in the manual and know that I am breathing better and my energy is improving. I went on a 7 day water fast and this is the biggest factor for my improvement. Never will forget you guys for all your check ups on my well being !!! Thanks So Much / Geo

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