These Simple Techniques Can Naturally Drain Your Lymph System, Boost Immunity, And Remove Toxins

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Most of the people are not familiar with the lymphatic drainage and the importance of the lymphatic system at all. The main reason for that shadow in the public is because this issue is not often talked about.

As the researchers at USC were challenged to inform the public about it, they made a statement in 2012, emphasizing the essentiality of the lymphatic system, comparing it with the blood circulatory system for human health and well-being. They claim that the lymphatic system is vital for both controlling inflammation and tissue repair in most organs of the human body.

For that reason, they are recommending the proper drainage of the lymphatic system, which will diminish or completely prevent tumors in the lymph nodes and improve the immune system.  This recommendation is even for those who regularly exercise their body daily. They also need to exercise their lymphatic system by helping it drain properly.

So remember that keeping your lymphatic system in great shape is necessary for optimal health.

Why the Lymphatic System Should be Supported Regularly

The people should be aware that they are exposed to a ton of toxins daily, or to be more specific over 82,000 different toxins. If they don’t detox their system regularly, their organs become overburdened which affects their overall health.  This is where the lymphatic system comes into play, as its responsibility is to cleanse the fluid that surrounds the cells in the human’s body by removing the waste products and impurities. This improves the functioning of the cells in the body.

If this is not done, the lymphatic system can lead to serious health problems such as:

–           Fibromyalgia,

–           Multiple sclerosis,

–           Chronic fatigue syndrome,

–           Obesity,

–           Aches and pains,

–           Bloating and

–           Problems with digestion.

How to Drain Your Lymphatic System with Castor Oil

Dr. David Williams has traveled the world investigating natural treatments for almost every major health concern. He claimed that there was no drug found yet that can improve lymphatic flow.

However, there is something that can easily handle this problem – the topical application of Castor oil.

You should follow the next, very simple procedure:

1)         Apply the oil on the skin to different parts of the body.

2)         For stimulating the lymphatic system, apply a castor oil pack to the lower abdomen.

3)         Take cold-pressed oil castor oil and a cotton cloth folded in several layers.

4)         Soak the cloth in oil and apply it to the skin, leaving it on overnight.

5)         The castor oil pack helps in increasing circulation of lymphatic fluids, in improving your digestive system and reducing inflammation.

Herbs That Improve the Draining of the Lymphatic System

Teas and Herbs can be used to purify the lymph.

The experts found that the most effective herb to drain your lymphatic system is echinacea. This herb showed the best results in boosting your immunity and supporting the lymphatic functions.

Echinacea has the ability to reduce inflammation and ward off bacterial, viral and fungal infections. In addition, Echinacea strengthens certain kinds of cells in the lymph nodes called macrophages. Those cells further excrete the toxins out of the lymph, which is a way of cleaning the lymphatic system.

Sweat It Out in a Sauna

Sweating is one of the best ways how to get rid of toxins. For that reason people use sauna baths, which raises the body’s temperature, thus stimulating sweat glands.

Through the sweat are excreted built up toxins such as copper, sodium, lead, mercury and other dangerous chemicals.

Sources:

[1] Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Medicine. (2012, April). The New Era of the Lymphatic System: No Longer Secondary to the Blood Vascular System. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3312397/

[2] Williams, D., Dr. (n.d.). How to Use Castor Oil to Boost Your Immune System. Retrieved from http://www.drdavidwilliams.com/benefits-uses-castor-oil/

[3] WebMD. (n.d.). ECHINACEA: Uses, Side Effects, Interactions and Warnings. Retrieved from http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-981-echinacea.aspx?activeingredientid=981&activeingredientname=echinacea

http://www.umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/herb/echinacea

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