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Anatomy of Lymphatic Drainage Massage Chart. This shows the lymphatomes and watersheds as well as the location of major lymph nodes.


When's the last time you've drained your lymph nodes? I bet you've never even thought about it. Here's how and why you need to for optimal health!


LYMPHATIC MASSAGE, enhanced with energy-centered bodywork and essential oils, will increase the flow of lymph fluid to support lymphatic drainage. “Young Living Essential Oils” of Cypress, Grapefruit, and Orange aid in the digestion of toxicity stored in cell tissue that is overtaxing to the function of the lymphatic system. A flowing lymphatic system is one of the keys to .a healthy immune system. Young Living IEssential Oils

from Healthy and Natural World

How to Make Lymph Cleansing Herbal Infusion

The lymphatic system is a drainage network of fluid, organs and vessels that is responsible for the removal of cellular waste and foreign agents such as bacteria, viruses, toxins etc. The lymph is the fluid that circulates throughout the lymphatic system.  The lymph moves through the lymph nodes, where they are destroyed.


Pinner says: The Wall Pose creates a stretch in the shoulders, legs and back that mobilizes muscle tissue and stimulates nourishing blood circulation in normally inactive areas of the body. Lymph fluid then begins its cleansing action, tissues become toned and detoxified and the result is a feeling of relaxed yet energized wellbeing. Might hafta try this!

from WonderHowTo

How To: Clear Your Stuffy Sinuses in Seconds Using Nothing but Pressure


The Secret to Staying Healthy: Get the Lymphatic System Moving! The lymphatic system is not well known, but a very important part of the body — you have twice as much lymph fluid as blood! It is a network of tissues and organs that rid the body of toxins, waste, and other unwanted materials; it is part of your natural sewage treatment system. A primary function …


The lymphatic system has three functions: 1. Fluid Recovery; 2. Immunity, and; 3. Lipid absorption. It is the body’s internal drainage system which is designed to rid your blood of acidic and toxic waste (the lymph system filters these toxins into our body’s major detox organs, the liver and kidneys). The tonsils, adenoids, spleen, and thymus are all part of the lymphatic system, all connected by a web of lymphatic vessels which, in a sense, is like a second circulatory system of the body.