1. Mucus congestion clogs the lungs,
and is difficult to cough up.
2. Patient blows into the Lung Flute, generating acoustic waves (see video below). These waves thin and loosen secretions deep in the lungs, thus supporting the body's natural mucus-clearing system.
3. Patient is able to cough up thinned mucus so the lungs clear and symptoms ease.
Sound spectrum analysis shows the action of a low frequency acoustic wave as it produced a phase change in a viscous liquid, similar to changing gelatin into a liquid.
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