We’ve all made mistakes. Plenty of them.Heck, I’m still making them myself every darned day.
But sometimes a mistake from long ago can come back to haunt you.
And if you’ve ever had a cigarette habit… even years ago… new research shows how you… and your lungs… could STILL pay the price.
Both heavy AND light ex-smokers are at risk. Plus, if you live, or have lived, with a smoker it turns out you could pay the price too.
But I’m NOT here to remind you of your mistakes. Because I know I sure as heck don’t like being reminded of my own.
No, I’m here to do something else. Specifically, to offer you a solution that could help…
- REPAIR your lungs
- REVERSE your risks
- SAVE your life
And it’s a whole lot easier than you might think.
Smoking damage to your lungs hangs around
Your lungs are pretty incredible organs. They can take a TON of abuse… keep working… and even repair themselves on the fly.
But if you keep smoking for a long time, let’s face it, there’s only so much self-repair they can do. Eventually, there’s just too much damage, and your lungs can’t keep up.
But after you quit? Your lungs get right to work undoing YEARS of damage.
They do a pretty good job of it, too, with the new study finding you can quickly regain lung capacity after you quit.
But unfortunately, restoring your lungs completely will typically take more time than you’d hope. And maybe even more time than you have.
In fact, the new study finds you have to quit smoking for 30 years to restore normal lung capacity. This means you could still be at risk of COPD and other conditions LONG after you’ve stopped.
And if you haven’t quite kicked the habit yet, but have cut back, you’re not out of the woods yet. There’s more bad news for your lungs.
The new study finds smoking just five cigarettes a day is almost as bad as smoking two packs a day when it comes to lung capacity.
Breathe 57% better with this natural solution
Quitting is tough. I get it.
But if you can manage to ditch the smoke sticks, there IS a way to speed those repairs along so you can save your lungs.
The solution is an extract from an exotic plant from Asia. It’s known locally as Insam. But you may know it better as ginseng. And this powerful plant has already been put to the test in ex-smokers with breathing problems.
In just a few short weeks, smokers taking ginseng had a dramatic 57 percent improvement in breathing.
And over 12 weeks, they saw an impressive 37.5 percent jump in VO2max, a measurement of how much air their lungs could take in.
In plain talk, it was as if they had erased that long-ago mistake.
In fact, ginseng was so effective it was as if they had the powerful lungs of a healthy 43-year old again.
Look for ginseng on its own, or as a part of a more comprehensive lung-protection formula with other natural ingredients. Just be sure to stick to a quality blend from a maker you trust to get the most benefits for your battered lungs.