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Unclog Your Lymphatic System!

Fatigue, Sinusitis, Sore Throats, Colds, Water Retention and More…

Like your home plumbing, your lymphatic system needs to stay unclogged and flowing well for it to work properly. Stress and digestive imbalances are two major causes of lymphatic congestion that impair your ability to cleanse efficiently. When the lymph becomes stagnant and congested, wastes and toxins begin to build up. This can lead to weak immunity and a wide variety of health issues like the following:

  • Fatigue
  • Bloating and constipation
  • Water retention
  • Stiffness, especially in the morning
  • Brain fog
  • Itchy and dry skin
  • Cellulite
  • Stubborn weight gain
  • Chronic sinusitis, sore throats, colds, and ear issues
  • Breast swelling with the menstrual cycle
  • Swollen glands
  • Cold hands and feet
  • Puffy face, swollen eyes, bags under eyes

The lymphatic system is directly stimulated by fibers of the sympathetic nervous system, which is activated as part of the stress response. Studies in mice show that chronic stress can even remodel lymphatic vasculature and lead to the spread of cancer. A healthy intestinal lymphatic system is necessary for maintaining balanced gut bacteria and upholding the integrity of the intestinal lining.

Decongesting your lymph system may be a key to rejuvenation and rebalancing of your body.

Here’s what you can do to cleanse your lymph system:

1. Eat Raw, Red Fruits and Veggies

Pomegranates, cherries, cranberries, and beets help to keep the lymph moving freely. Raw beets consumed as fresh juice or grated for salads. Beets are powerful lymphatic cleansers as they thin the bile and help fat digestion. They also help scrub the intestinal villi where the lymphatic vessels originate to keep the lymph flowing.

2. Take the Lymph Rejuvenator Tincture. Contains 10 herbs to support your lymphatic system and enhance its detoxifying and immune-boosting functions.

3. Lymphasizer. This machine supports lymph drainage (as documented in Australian clinical trials), internal massage, physical and mental release from tension, fatigue and stress, the promotion of deeper, improved breathing, balance of the autonomic nervous system and relaxation.

Recipe

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.

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