“Respiratory Lung Health is the best thing that could’ve ever happened to me regarding allergies. I bypass the allergy season altogether as if I had never suffered from the extreme shortness of breath and horrific coughing. I don’t know how I would survive the spring without it!”
– Daniela Kurland
If you are like the majority of people I talk to these days, allergies are becoming a bigger, and possibly, more intrusive element of your life.
Sneezing. Watery eyes. Mucous. Achey. Inflammation. Cough.
What would you give to be free of these symptoms? AND have more energy and stamina throughout the day?
Read on and you’ll discover the secret to getting the deepest breath, and healthiest respiratory system, that you could ever imagine – and be FREE of pesky allergies once and forevermore!
What If … You had a 3rd Lung?
It’s possible to find the relieve you need right now and live life as if you had a 3rd lung.
Along with water and ionic minerals, AIR is the 3rd element, creating and sustaining life on this planet. Miss any one of these and you’re dead. To the Chinese and the Sanskirts (Ayurvedics), this is the power of the universe itself –
- If you dehydrate from lack of water, you are dead.
- If you lack ionic minerals, you are dead. (Memo: don’t forget Liquid Minerals)
- And if you can’t breathe, you suffocate, you are dead.
In Chinese medicine, the “yin” and “yang”, the balance of the forces of the universe are always to be balanced. Our lungs provide the “yin”, the breath of life itself – and always to be nurtured.
About 20 years ago, I visited an herbalists at the famed Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and asked them what was used to keep lungs strong?
Over to the big bell jars of herbs and sticks and stones they went, pulling out amazing things that we then slowly brewed into a dark, dark brown concoction for me to try.
As a former marathon runner, I wanted to see what effect this would have on me.
Whatever it was that the herbalists brewed up for me, like the witch’s cauldron in Shakespeare’s Macbeth, it all worked.
I was running like a gazelle, not even out of breath for ten miles at a time around the public gardens in old Shanghai. Even when I stopped, I wasn’t out of breath.
It felt like I had a 3rd Lung!