1 Spice Bite…Opens Lungs & Airways to Make Them Feel Just Right! Dr. Mandell

In this video, we explore the powerful benefits of biting into ginger and chewing it to help open up the airways and bronchioles, allowing for increased oxygen flow into the cells of the body. Discover how this simple yet effective technique can enhance your overall well-being and vitality, providing a natural way to support respiratory health and boost energy levels. Join us on this journey to unlock the potential of ginger for a breath of fresh air and a revitalized body and mind. Dr. Mandell

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  • @freddyheynssens1950 says:

    Thank you doctor Mandel. I appreciate you. You are a blessing to us, keeping us healthy with this important information.
    Thank you and God bless you richly.

  • @user-ol3eo7eh9v says:

    Good morning Doc. Hope you are well. I have most of the problems you r talking about today. My lungs r producing mucus, and I can’t get it to stop. I put a Castor oil poltice every day to keep the mucus at bay. I also have stomach issues, this morning I had terrible diarrhea. I am going to try the ginger today, for all my issues. Wish me luck. I will let u know how it turns out. Have a blessed day Doc. ❤

  • @ianorigbo7617 says:

    I blend whole lemons with ginger in a blender and add little water and drink raw. Never felt better after a week of doing this every morning on an empty stomach.

  • @kajsa4448 says:

    Ginger tea is great, the thinner slices the better it is. Thicker slices need to cook longer. And don’t throw the slices away, they will be probably be good enough for att least a second cup also, just add fresh water again. You will taste when it’s time to replace them. And that way you also learn how many slices you want.

  • @jenniferhobbs2719 says:

    I believe it was essential to reduce the size of the seroma on my back! My lymph system was clogged from drain left behind for 52 years!!! I suffered so long.. I didn’t know what was wrong.. until this summer.. when my body pushed it out.. by means of 3 abcesses.. a true miracle of God! Thank you Doc! I support ginger too!

  • @-16_ says:

    Ginger is a life saver❤️

  • @Godl0ves says:

    ‼️ ‼️ Just a incredible Man ‼️‼️
    Sincere Thanks
    🙏❤️ Love from Scotland ❤️🙏

  • @leighburville2717 says:

    I had breathing problems since birth. I wa told it was asthma. But I became aware that it was a digestion issue which caused stomach acid to sneak up into my esophagus which caused mucus in my throat every day. Which resulted in mucus draining down my respiratory track into my bronchial tubes making breathing extremely difficult. It was thought that it was my lungs… it nearly killed me many times. I tried every therapy for lungs. Inhalers nearly destroyed me (raised my blood pressure to 190.)

    Many people have solved their “asthma” issues by solving their digestive problem. Ginger helps. Garlic. Onion. Turmeric. Vitamin D3/K2. Belly laughter and crazy wild dancing help remove mucus too! I know because I’ve practiced what I preached all my life and I’m 83 years old by the grace of herbs sent to us by God!!

    • @theearthauger says:

      You are Awsome. Thank you very much for sharing your Post. I have asthma and terrible seasonal allergies. I’m going to buy some ginger and give it a go. 🇺🇸 👍⭐️ 83 yrs young God bless you ✨️

    • @vamsikandarapu2696 says:

      Tq

    • @angelcaban4208 says:

      Dude I’m 60 years on my Gong and I’m praying for the Grace of God to bless me with 30 years more. I know I’m much but I believe that I have nothing else to lose Really..

    • @BeeBoooop says:

      Keep going strong 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻! You rock 🎉

    • @leighburville2717 says:

      @@theearthauger Thank you for your sweet reply! Just remember, it takes more than ginger to heal your breathing crisis!
      As for my age, I’m trying to be a good role model for all of you young ones! I’m not only 83 yrs old, I’m running wild, drug free, sugar free, wheat flour free weing 123 pounds, boastful, proud, helping confused lonely people get healthy…
      (me totally without need of doctors, meds, or Depends!)

  • @marieo.bruneau9596 says:

    Good morning, Dr. Mandell!
    Thank you for this information. Yes, ginger is a great spice!
    Be blessed 🙌 🙏❤️💙

  • @nightswatch8659 says:

    I drink ginger tea twice a day. I add lemon juice and raw honey and once a day 1tbsp of apple cider vinegar. It’s the best tea in my opinion.

  • @garybotkin6765 says:

    I freeze dry ginger to a powder and add it to drinks with lemon water usually. I also follow a couple of other chia seed recipes from Dr Mandells videos. I hope this helps, much love, peace and protection to ALL.

  • @adlihkristopher2906 says:

    Thank you Lord, for the gift of life and your continuous Love for us all I pray for your guidance and protection, Lord, May you bless our day with peace, hope and Love Amen 🙏 ❤

  • @ms.bellaboo2620 says:

    I love love love ginger😍… I use fresh daily…. I love it strong too…🥰

  • @jimng6502 says:

    I have eaten raw ginger every day for the last 35 years. Love it

  • @user-np1id1dc9g says:

    Dr.Mandel.you are one of God’s greatest gift to some of us.May others discover this and make use of your knowledge to enjoy better health.God continue to bless and sustain you and yours.

  • @jennifermarlow. says:

    Drinking ginger tea healed my ulcer (along with changing my diet and going super low carb). Also, we drink ginger tea with lemon grass and thyme every day (I grow the lemon grass and thyme), and both my room mate and I have noticed that it helps with the breathing. He claims it’s the thyme, but I do love my ginger tea! This is GREAT information, and I thank you. You have a real dedication to health, and I DO find your videos motivational. Take care, and keep up the good work. xx from Canada

  • @7Nereid says:

    There aren’t enough Words to Express the Genuine Appreciation, Respect and Admiration to Thank and Bless you Endlessly ❤❤❤❤❤

  • @katiespeaking says:

    I created a ginger tonic after having two gallbladder attacks!! The nausea was unbearable! I wish I had known about the anti nausea properties of ginger when I was pregnant because that would have been such a great relief!!!

  • @TheLovingangel4uau says:

    I grate tablespoon fresh ginger 1/2 lemon juice 1/2 teaspoon Manuka honey 1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper with hot water but good when it cold as well. My blood changed from dark and thick to bright red and thinner. Its enjoyable better than tea and coffee.

  • @cathylehman7538 says:

    I slice fresh ginger and grind it in my daily smoothie. Winter is almost over in the High Desert and I have not had a cold, sinus infection, covid, nothing all winter. Love you Dr. M!

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