Detox Your Lungs Fast – Video

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A video about how to detox your lungs fast to make sure you get rid of as much tar and toxins in the shortest space of time.

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Tar And Quitting Smoking – Some Important Considerations

So many people think of quitting smoking as a negative experience: dealing with cravings, fighting the habitual smoking action, adjusting your life to a different way to cope with stress, and then there’s the Tar.  It’s not something you think a lot about when you’re still smoking – it’s often no more than an inconvenience.  Brown on your fingers, teeth, and the odd bit of brown stuff in the phlegm you cough up every morning, but other than that, Tar doesn’t seem to bother you so much… or does it?

Some Facts About Tar

You see the thing is, you have a ‘secret stash’ of Tar deep in your lungs while you continue to smoke, which may have built up to truly frightening levels over years of smoking.  It’s down there in the bottom of your lungs, dark brown or black, mixed up with thick phlegm and sticky as sin, full off thousands of toxic chemicals and damaging your body with every day that goes by. Tar makes it hard for you to breathe, hardening your lung tissues to make it more difficult for you to draw breath.  Along with thick heavy phlegm (produced in reaction to irritation of your airways by smoke, known as Chronic Bronchitis), the Tar fills up a lot of the space in the alveoli – air sacks at the edges of your lungs were gas exchange takes place.  Toxins in the Tar leach out into your lung tissue and then into the rest of your body, damaging almost every part of your person and greatly increasing the risk of cancer.
Basically, you have a toxic time bomb in your lungs, and you definitely don’t want that in there!

A Common Experience

Here at we get regular letters from users of our products, concerned when Tar starts coming away from a recent ex-smokers lungs.  Here an example:

Dear William and Mark,
I’ve been using The Complete Lung Detoxification Guide for several weeks now, and I’m concerned with the quantity and color of the mucus I’ve been regularly coughing up.  It’s thick and black, and it’s been coming up for nearly two weeks now.
My questions are, is this normal (I’m not dying, am I?!?), and how much longer will it go on?
On the up side, I am breathing a bit easier, and my chest feels a bit freer after doing the exercises you outline, so things are improving daily.
John Coast
Miami, FL

The really important point with this experience, which is shared by most ex-smokers is, you are definitely NOT dying, it’s quite the opposite in fact. You are beginning to LIVE again! That black gunk in the mucus is Tar, the stuff I talked about earlier that you definitely WANT out of your lungs ASAP!  That’s what a good Lung Detox is all about.  Removing those toxins from your lungs, and allowing your body to function properly again.

Speaking Of Functioning Properly Again…

You know why your lungs don’t eject all this trapped mucus and Tar until you quit smoking?  Because toxins in the cigarette smoke paralyze and sometimes destroy small hairs on the inner surface of your lungs which are the lungs natural cleaning system.  Once you quit, they start to regrow and reactivate, sluggishly coming to life to start moving that vile gunk out of your airways.  Problem is, this can take up to 10 (!) years when your body is not fortified or helped in any way with this task.  You don’t want Tar hanging around in your lungs for nearly a decade after you quit; you want to get it out of there as quickly as possible, because each and every day it’s still in there,  your chances of cancer stay up, and a whole bunch of other diseases are continuing to damage your body, even though you’ve quit smoking.

So that’s why a good, well planned and well executed Lung Detoxification Program is vitally important to get you on the road to health as quickly as possible.  You owe it to yourself to give a Lung Detox a try after quitting smoking, as smoking cessation is only half the answer to improving your health.  Try our Complete Lung Detoxification Guide series for the most in depth, comprehensive Lung Detox available today.  Get that Tar out of your lungs fast, and live healthy sooner.

Until next time,

stay well, stay quit, and lung-toxin free.

William Renolds

Customer Correspondence – Anxiety, Coughing up Black Gunk

I know the next post was supposed to be about ‘Situational Smoking,’ but I just wanted to interrupt Bill to tell you about this first.  I received an email from a customer the other day which I’d like to share with those also doing a lung detox or those considering quitting smoking and cleaning up their lungs.  Some of you might find this sounds familiar.


Many thanks for the guide, it is most helpful in many areas.

I am having major panic attacks & anxiety...any ideas?

Also I am coughing up black/brown gunk & its most distressing,

how long will this last.

Both of these problems are fairly common when quitting smoking and cleaning your lungs of the tar and mucus that has built up there due to years of smoking. I responded to this email but thought I would summarize it here for other interested people.


Panic attacks and anxiety can be quite common when quitting smoking. This can be caused by some of the physical aspects of nicotine withdrawal, but the mental aspect of the addiction also plays a large part in these unwanted feelings.  This is the habit in your mind trying to get you to smoke again for the calming habitual action. While you can ask your doctor for some mild anti-anxiety medications to help you deal with this for the short period while you quit, these feelings do not usually last more than a few weeks at most. Also the black gunk he was coughing up may have made him anxious too, but this should not be the case.  It’s actually a good sign!

Black Gunk

This is actually a sign that your lung detoxification is working! The first part of cleaning out the lungs is getting rid of the easily removable mixture of tar and mucus that has built up in your lungs and bronchial tubes due to smoking. Using the methods in the complete lung detoxification guide you should get rid of this gunk quickly. While it is unpleasant, it does you no harm and only shows just how much horrible stuff there was in there … and there is more. This initial expulsion of tar usually lasts only a few days to a week, and then the effects tend to be less distressing.

A follow up email

Hi Mark,

thanks for the reply, i am just leaving work now so wont have e.amil again until

I have quit smoking now & will never smoke again i can assure you of that. 

I have read stress guide & any other would be great. Its just the insominia,

waking up in the middle of the night,panics during the day,it really is awful 

but I hope I will be ok in afew months.

Kind Regards,

If anyone is interested the i mentioned is called “Panic Away” and is one of the most popular guide on the net for this sort of thing. You can also get a few free chapters from thier site.

Visit The Panic Away Official Site

I hope that helps anyone else going through the same thing or wanting to know what to expect!

Mark Freeman