- Lymphatic drainage
- Strengthening immune system alertness
- Desensitizing allergies
- Support liver and kidneys to drain toxins
How it Works:
The lymphatic system is the drainage system of the body and is considered part of the circulatory system. It consists of a network of lymph nodes and ducts. Lymph is a clear fluid that contains plasma and lymphocytes (specialized white blood cells residing in the lymph nodes to fight against infections). The lymph fluid brings the lymph cells elements from the blood and remove the blood cellular waste.
Lymph and lymphatic vessels are key elements in the process of elimination of exogenous and endogenous toxins. They carry waste throughout the body to the lymph nodes, which filter waste and particularly bacteria, preventing it from entering the bloodstream. ‘
In all functions of the human body the lymphatic system is involved at one time or another. The reason being that every cell in the body is nourished by lymph. Waste products of metabolism, cellular immune responses and inflammatory and tissue repair processes take place in the lymph. These are extremely vital functions for the body.
Lymph nodes are storage facilities for lymphocytes which are very important elements of the immune system. Antibodies are produced in the lymphatic system in response to an invasion of a foreign substances.
In summary 20% of the immune response is directly related to the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system and lymphoid organs are Spleen, thymus, tonsils, lymph nodes, Peyer’s patch of the intestine.
Lymph does not have its own pump. Its flow depends on the pressure of the blood system and the massaging of the muscles. Therefore, to improve lymphatic drainage we must act on the circulatory system. Edemas are infiltration of fluid into the tissues and slow lymphatic circulation. They may have a mechanical cause which hinders the flow of blood back to the heart (phlebitis, inflammation, or compression of the lymphatic vessels).
Lympatox was created to optimize the function of the lymphatic system. A properly working lymph system leads to improved immunity, stabilizes allergies in the long term and gives increased cellular exchanges.