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Sat Jan 7, 2017, 09:22 PM

Lobelia herb or "Indian tobacco" can help you stop smoking and heal your lungs.

I was actually looking for things for asthma my search lead me to 2 herbs that I have now bought. I am smoking the Lobilia herb. (The other herb Khella I bought in a tincture and it actually is working really great. So much that I've not smoked the Lobelia that much. But when I do I find that I like holding the smoke in my lungs. It kind of "feels good" as you will understand if you read that article)

I think the reason they say that it won't hurt you but don't encourage smoking of it is just because smoking is considered, "bad" all the time now. But from what I am reading smoking it might be great because the benefits go directly in to your lungs. And that they speak of Native Americans smoking it an never having any bad side effects. Either way it may be a good substitute for cigarettes and help your lungs at the same time!


Here it is:

http://naturalsociety.com/lobelia-herbal-remedy-smoking-habit/

Lobelia, or sometimes called Indian tobacco, has been used by herbalists to help get smokers off cigarettes and heal their lungs. Not necessarily by smoking it, but dispensed as tinctures, tablets, or “vaped” (inhaled through a vaporizer).

This despite the fact that a stigma is attached to lobelia because it was once banned by the FDA, the same bunch who continue allowing Pfizer’s somewhat ineffective smoking cessation drug Chantix to be sold with side effects that include heart attacks, suicides, and even homicides. The same organization that raids raw milk providers, allows suicide-linked antidepressants to stay on the market, and supports organ-disrupting GMOs.

Medical Herbalist and Naturopath, Dr. Richard Schulze, has used lobelia on many of his patients who were desperate to quit smoking cigarettes and/or to heal their lungs. He also described how the FDA ban had stigmatized lobelia’s use. Now it’s legal and some practitioners are returning to prescribing it, but many are still afraid of using it for fear of bureaucratic medical groups hassling them if a patient has any reaction.

Lobelia is considered one of the strongest herbs in the world. It contains 14 alkaloids, one of which is lobeline, which is similar to the nicotine found in common tobacco. Dr. Schulze advocates the gradual approach of smoking one less cigarette each day and taking lobelia when the urge to smoke becomes impossible to resist. He has had many kick the nicotine habit, and he has helped patients get over chronic lung problems with lobelia.

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