Lymphatic System Cleanse to the RESCUE!
The lymphatic system is the body’s drainage system which consists of glands, lymph nodes, the spleen, thymus gland, and tonsils. It has been referred to as the “garbage collection system” of the body. Its job is to cleanse our cells by shuttling away excess waste products such as fluids, fats, and toxins from our tissues where it can eventually be filtered out by the liver and kidneys. The lymphatic system carries disease-fighting white blood cells in a colorless fluid throughout your body, safely scooping up toxins and waste products and depositing them to over 600 lymph nodes and glands for filtering and removal.
The problem is that the lymphatic system has no pump like the heart. It depends on exercise to keep things moving. Many people live such sedentary lives that their lymphatic system doesn’t get the proper movement. Lymph can stagnate and problems can arise. If your pipes get clogged you, you clean out the drains. The same should go for us and our lymphatic system.
Get Your Lymphatic System Ready For Spring
The neighbors on both sides of us are turning their sprinkler system on. Now it’s our turn. This has made me think about spring cleansing and preparing the body for the months ahead. We all need to get ready for the spring season. When you cut your finger or feel a flu bug coming on, it’s your hard-working lymphatic system that rushes to the rescue with healthy white blood cells to fight the foreign invaders and neutralize their harmful effects. Knowing this, you can see why giving your lymphatic system a healthy cleansing is so important to your overall health.
Symptoms of Lymphatic System Congestion
- Rings get tight on fingers
- Puffy face; swollen eyes
- Soreness and/or stiffness in the morning
- Feeling tired
- Itchy skin
- Water Retention
- Breast swelling or soreness with each cycle
- Dry skin
- Brain fog
- Cold hands and feet
Here’s a great article by David Patterson, Editorial Staff Pacific Medical Training that gives you more information on the lymphatic system.
You could order the Lymphatic Rejuvenator, which will help to cleanse your lymphatic system. It’s also part of the Internal Cleanse Kit with the free Colon Cleanse Kit. Take 15% off the complete kit with code DETOX15. You might want to do the spring cleanse with the complete kit. My 30-Day Detox Program begins the second Monday of May.
The Lymphasizer, also known as the healthy swinger, is an excellent aid to your lymphatic detoxification because it will actively move the lymph and blood through the body when you lie down on it. Dr. Shizuo Inoue developed this machine after observing the rhythmic, side-to-side movement of the healthy, well-toned fish. This type of machine creates a wavelike motion up and down the spine as it gently massages the body and oxygenates muscles, tissues, and
cells. It moves the lymph through the lymphatic vessels so it can efficiently deliver its load of toxins to the organs of elimination.
It is very beneficial for those with circulation problems in their feet, such as from diabetes or steroid usage. With this machine, you can have a low-impact workout that requires no active movement. You can lie on the floor with your feet in the grooves and get the aerobic benefits of a half-hour of exercise in about 10 minutes.
The Lymphasizer provides a simple exercise without applying any stress on the spine or other body parts. Simply lie down and the machine will rock your body from side-to-side. This simple rocking motion maintains a proper energy balance and oxygen supply to the body. Regular use of this relaxing massage movement stimulates your body and achieves relaxation and stress reduction. A sense of well-being arises from the massaging, swing action that is immediately noticeable.
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Natural Diuretic Cocktail – Serves 1
- 1 medium vine-ripened tomato
- 1/2 small or medium lemon, washed, or peeled if not organic
- 1 small handful parsley, rinsed
- 1 organic cucumber, scrubbed well
- 4 asparagus stems, washed
Cut produce to fit your juicer’s feed tube. Juice the tomato and lemon. Turn off the juicer and add the parsley, followed by half the cucumber. Put in the plunger and turn the machine on. Juice remaining ingredients and stir. Pour into a glass and drink as soon as possible.
Note: Lemon, parsley, cucumber, and asparagus all act as diuretics.