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Home Remedy for Lung Spots

by Andreea Laza

If you are looking for a simple and effective home remedy for lung spots, continue reading this article and find out how to follow this remedy at home. But first.

Lung spots are a pretty common lung problem and in fact, there are nodules caused by infection, inflammation, or a tumor. Although in most cases they are harmless, you should consult a specialist to assure yourself that it’s nothing serious. Here is a home remedy for lung spots that you may also use if the cause of your spots isn’t that serious.

Home Remedy for Lung Spots

Bran Broth Home Remedy for Lung Spots

Perhaps the most efficient home remedy for lung spots, it is said that barn broth renews the entire lung. Drink bran broth daily and as much as you can. Here is how you can make the simple fermented bran broth, also called borș in Romania and borscht in other parts of Eastern Europe.

Ingredients

  • 300 g of wheat bran
  • 150 g corn flour
  • 8 g of fresh yeast or 2 g of dry yeast
  • wild thyme (optional)
  • lovage leaves (optional)
  • 3 l water

Preparation

  1. Put the corn flour, the yeast, the bran in a 3 L jar, and add a little warm water.
  2. Cover and set aside for about 30 minutes, until the yeast starts to proof a little.
  3. Now add the lovage and thyme leaves – if you have any, these herbs are optional, just for extra flavor.
  4. Put warm water, boiled and chilled, but not boiling, or too hot, so as not to “kill the yeast”.
  5. Fill the jar up and mix everything well with a wooden spoon (do not use metal utensils!)
  6. Seal the jar and leave it in a warm place; the hotter it is, the faster the fermentation takes place.
  7. Mix several times a day with a wooden spoon.
Home Remedy for Lung Spots with Borsch - Fermented Bran Broth
Borș is a fermented bran broth from Romania, that is traditionally used to make ciorba, a traditional soup dish with legumes, chicken, and noodles.

The bran broth usually turns sour in 2-3 days, sometimes even after 24 hours. Strain when it is sour enough (taste) and put in bottles in the pantry. You can reuse the bran and cornflour 2-3 times, just add yeast and repeat the procedure. Keep in mind to never use hot water, but only about 40°C (104°F) in temperature, always boiled and chilled. The more you drink, the better. It’s that simple!

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Alongside the bran broth remedy, follow a 2 weeks propolis and honey cure treatment. For this, have 1 tablespoon of broth with honey and 14-20 drops of propolis ( 8 drops for kids). One hour before and one hour after taking this medicine it’s forbidden to drink water or have any other liquids. Pause the cure for 2-4 weeks after which you need to start the cure again. This will boost the benefits of the bran broth remedy even more. This is one such an amazing home remedy for lung spots.

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How to Prevent Lung Spots 

If you are a smoker and have lung spots, the best way to treat your problem is to quit smoking right away! For this, we have a complete natural remedy to quit smoking that you can try. Also, take all the necessary measures to prevent catching the flu or cold. Boost your immune system naturally and if the case is, use only natural antibiotics. Here is a list of the best natural antibiotics.

Goat milk is also highly efficient in treating lung conditions, so include it in your diet. Hopefully, the bran broth home remedy for lung spots will do the trick for you as it did for so many others.

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We hope that this home remedy for lung spots will really help you out. However, we always recommend consulting a doctor, in this case, a pulmonologist or even a homeopath. Try to go out for long walks in nature as much as possible and avoid any potentially harmful substances that can aggravate this condition. Know that you are on the path of healing and that healing is a natural process. Much health to you!

10 comments

10 comments

Barbara Dodson October 20, 2020 - 06:00

How do I order Bran Broth

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Andreea Laza October 24, 2020 - 19:37

Hi Barbara! Thank you for your interest in our remedies. I was not able to find the bran broth online, but I have added the recipe for the bran broth in the article, so you can make it at home. Let us know if the remedy worked for you. Much health!

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Bonny March 7, 2021 - 22:18

Good Day! How long do I use the this remedy? And, when during treatment do I add the additional propolis treatment? Already quit smoking, am going to local goat farm for milk 🙂 Thank you

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Andreea Laza March 8, 2021 - 16:33

Hi, Bonny! Usually, people have used this remedy until they have seen improvements in their lung spots, and they have done the propolis and honey remedy at the same time, to help boost the benefits of the bran broth remedy. The fact that you’ve quit smoking is the best thing you could have done in your situation, congrats! If you have any salt mines near you or can go to a spa where they have salt rooms, breathing in that air is very healing for the lungs and the entire respiratory tract. Eat as healthy as you can, fruits and vegetables predominantly, drink lots of water and you can heal. Much health to you!

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Bonny March 21, 2021 - 02:54

Thank you Andreea! I also found this site that may help first time “brewers”: fermented-foods.com/fermented-foods/fermented-wheat-bran-romanian-borsh

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Andreea Laza June 29, 2021 - 09:59

Yes, you have found a good resource there. I am eager to know how your CT scan looks like, let me know how you’re doing. Much health to you!

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Bonny March 21, 2021 - 03:29

Forgot to add that I researched wild thyme & lovage. They both have some pretty amazing benefits so I’m definitely adding to my brew. Next CT scan in June..will let you know if any improvement. Thank you again for your info!

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Edie June 29, 2021 - 00:08

I have made the brain broth but very difficult to consume as the smell is really, really terrible. Can you advise what I may have done wrong before I try to make another batch? I did use instant dry yeast in lieu of active or plain dry. Could this be my problem? Any advice or tips will be greatly appreciated.

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Andreea Laza June 29, 2021 - 09:58

Hello Edie! Yes, instant dry yeast may alter the bran broth (borș) recipe, so it is best to try with plain dry yeast of fresh yeast (cake yeast). The taste of borș for those unfamiliar with it may be quite unpleasant at first, and it may take some time to adjust to it. You may find ready-made borș in Eastern European shops, since this is a staple fermented drink in Romania, Moldova, and other neighboring countries. I also recommend that you try the honey and propolis remedy alongside, to make the most of both of them. I also recommend that you try the lung cleansing remedy here, quit smoking (if you are a smoker – I have published a remedy for it here), and avoid air pollutants (perfumes, cleaning products, cosmetics, paint, etc). Go outdoors in the woods as much as possible, at the seaside, or visit salt mines. Much health to you!

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Edie July 3, 2021 - 17:59

Dear Andrea,
Thank you so much!! I greatly appreciate!! I will definitely take your advice and look for ready made so I can taste and smell what is should be and then try making it again with the dry yeast. And as far as the daisies, it does not surprise me as I truly believe everything created by God on this beautiful Earth has a purpose so will definitely search for them. Thank you again and God Bless You for doing what you can to assist others in natural healing.

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