Slippery Elm (Ulmus rubra),
Butcher's Broom (Ruscus aculeatus), and Horehound (Marrubium vulgare).
The protocol itself is one of the most
unusual in the herbal world, but it actually works. Moreover, the procedure we
we recommend comports with the way that indigenous tribes in the central plains and
Eastern U.S. with whom we have worked have used this herbal blend for generations.
First, prepare your "smoke" --
First time users will find it counterintuitive that a remedy to eliminate tar
and other toxic buildup in the lungs would, itself, employ the use of smoking.
This protocol will work without this step, but you have to work harder to
"cough out" the contaminants, which is the entire purpose of using this product.
Next, prepare your "tea" --
Add 1 Tsp. (3 tsp.) of
AO Smoker's Cleanse to a half liter (about 16 fl. oz.) of purified water.
Allow to steep for 10 minutes (decoction) before use or placing in a pitcher
and storing in the refrigerator for later use.
Now you're ready:
itself is three-stage, best expressed as: "smoke -- cough -- sip."
We recommend that you do this at night before going to bed.
You smoke on the tobacco or marijuana cigarette, cough vigorously for two to
three minutes, and then take a big sip of the hot tea. And it really works better if the tea is HOT
You repeat this process several times over
the course of 30 to 45 minutes. You know the process is working when you
have dark, ugly phlegm coming up the following morning when you get up.
In turn, you repeat this entire process for
four to five days -- or until there is no longer dark, contaminated mucus
coming out of the lungs.
The YouTube video at the top of this page provides more details and comments.
The presenter, Ralph Suddath, smoked excessively for 30 years. He used the Smoker's Cleanse to completely clean
up his lungs, a fact confirmed by his personal physician.