Here Is How To Detox Your Lymph System

The lymph system is part of the immune systems. It is made of the lymph organs, canals and nodes, including the tonsils and the bone marrow. The lymph system transports the lymph, a liquid made of white blood cells, proteins and fats. This liquid transports the immune cells throughout the whole body, and they protect us from viruses and bacteria. Together with blood system, the lymph system gets rid of waste products of our organism like excessive liquids, dead blood cells, cancer cells and toxins. These advises will help you to keep your lymph system healthy.

Here Is How To Detox Your Lymph System

1. Avoid sparkling drinks

Sparkling drinks are full of colors and aromas as well as preservatives. These things can be quite toxic for the human body, which is a great overload for the lymph system. Refined sugar, which this drinks contains in excessive amount, belongs in acidic foods, which are famous to cause growth of tumors and encourage the spread.

  1. Make castor oil compressions

It is known that castor oil improves the digestion and circulation of the lymph liquids. It stimulates the creation of lymphocytes, defensive cells which calm inflammation and protect us of bacteria and toxins. It has been proven that castor oil prevents tumorous growth. To make a compression of castor oil you will need a bottle of cold pressed castor oil, big bowl and a big piece of a clean, cotton cloth or gauze. Wrap the gauze in couple of layers, dip it in the oil that you previously poured into the bowl until it is soaked well, apply it directly on the skin of the stomach and leave it overnight or for a few hours. Remove and keep it in the fridge until the next use.

  1. Eat seeds and nuts

The lymph transports fatty acids and vitamins that are fat soluble from the digestion system into the bloodstream. If you increase consumption of seeds and nuts, you will provide optimal level of fats in the lymph and its circulation. Eat walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts, Brazilian nuts, flax seeds, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds…

4. Drink more water

Hydration is important so that the lymph could move through the body. So, you need to drink 6 to 8 glasses of water every day.

  1. Drink herbal teas

Certain herbs can help you to clean and detoxify your organism, and strengthen your immune system, thanks to their antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Try astragalus, ehinacea, Lady’s bedstraw, pokeweed or wild indigo root and see which herb suits you the most.

  1. Regular exercise

Your lymph won’t move if you don’t move! Contrary to the cardiovascular system, the lymph system has no central muscle, a heart that moves it, but it moves thanks to the muscle contractions. Breathing and body movement moves the lymph and regular exercise accelerates the process.

  1. Take deep breaths

Breathing with your stomach calms you down and relaxes you, which prevents appearance of inflammatory processes in the body which causes stress. Also, it enables movement of the lymph liquids while you’re resting.