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Having a fully functioning lymphatic system is critical for your overall health and ability to fight cancer. Yet so few people are knowledgeable about the lymphatic system. What’s even more concerning is that only a small percentage of health care practitioners ever discuss lymph health with their patients.
The lymphatic system includes your bone marrow, tonsils, adnoids, spleen, thymus, lymph nodes, and lymphatic vessels which are a web of very thin tubes that lay just beneath the surface of your skin. It is an independent circulatory system that works in partnership with your blood circulatory system as well as your immune system. Your lymphatic system provides a variety of immune functions that ward off infections, viruses, injury… and even cancer.
Lymphatic vessels lead into lymph nodes. The body has around 600 to 700 of these nodes concentrated in the groin, neck, armpits, around the heart, lungs, and intestines. The largest concentration of lymph tissue called gut-associated lymphatic tissue (GALT) surrounds the intestines and is made up of immune cells called lymphocytes.
It is important to emphasize that unlike blood circulation (propelled by the pumping action of the heart in many directions), lymphatic fluid flows primarily upwards towards the neck. The lymphatic system has no pump of its own and must rely on the movement of the body’s musculoskeletal system to circulate. In other words, as you move your body YOU become the pump.
Through movement, lymph fluid circulates and is able to do its many vital functions. There are a variety of self-help techniques you can do on a regular basis to keep your lymph system healthy and functioning efficiently. The 4 ways listed below can mostly all be done at home, although some special equipment (as outlined) may need to be purchased.
4 Ways to Activate Your Lymphatic System
#1 – Movement
Lymphatic vessels are activated during movement of the musculoskeletal system. The main lymph vessels run up the legs, arms, and torso so moving these areas will move the most lymph. Studies show that daily moderate exercise significantly reduces recurrence risk for breast cancer, in part due to its effect on the lymphatic system. It is highly likely that it also provides a reduction in all cancers. Fortunately, exercise and physical activity come in many forms:
- Activities such as dancing, gardening, climbing stairs, physical labor, household chores and others that require movement and the contraction and relaxation of muscles.
- Exercise and sports – walking (especially brisk walking while swinging your arms), running, biking, yoga, Pilates, tennis, golf, swimming, weight lifting, aerobics, jumping jacks, rope jumping, and many others.
- Rebounding – jumping up and down on a mini-trampoline. (More on this topic below)
If you love exercising, then that’s great. If you’re someone who does not, it’s important to do some type of physical activity. Pick something that you enjoy doing such as cycling, dancing, gardening, tennis, or golf. Consider finding a walking or exercise partner to make it fun and to hold one another accountable. Above all, it is important to make movement a regular part of your daily routine, just as you would eating and sleeping well.
#2 – Deep Diaphragmatic Breathing
While muscular movement clearly helps the lymphatic system, deep breathing is equally important. Dr. Jack Shields, a prominent lymphologist, conducted a study in 1979 that showed deep diaphragmatic breathing causes the lungs to press into the thoracic duct (after its purification by lymph nodes etc.) which presses the fluid from there back into the blood stream where it belongs. This relieves the pressure off of millions of check valves throughout the entire system.
Deep diaphragmatic breathing facilitates movement of lymph through the bloodstream and dramatically increases the elimination of toxins. It’s simple to do. Breathe deeply in through your nose and hold for four counts. Exhale through your mouth for two counts. As you get better at this, you can increase the time – for example breathe in for a count of five, hold for 20 counts and exhale for a count of 10.
Inhaling for twice as long as exhaling brings oxygen to the blood and activates the lymphatic system. Perform deep diaphragmatic breathing two or three times a session, three times a day. You can do this either sitting or lying down.
#3 – Rebounding
Rebounding is the equivalent to jumping up and down on a mini-trampoline. Because lymph fluid mostly runs vertically, certified lymphologists and reboundologists (yes, it is a real term) believe that vertical motion exercises such as rebounding are more effective for lymphatic actuation than horizontal motion exercises, such as walking, jogging or biking.
Vertical movements are perceived to be particularly effective in pumping lymph fluid because of the continuous contraction and subsequent relaxation of muscles, and the continuous compression and release of the connective tissues, and tissue spaces. It is with millions of one-way check valves that lymphatic fluids are kept moving in a consistent one-way direction.
The benefits of rebounding include:
- Activating lymphatic vessels while massaging vital organs and tissues, strengthening bones, and invigorating bone marrow
- Very little stress on the bones and joints (when using a therapeutic rebounder)
- Strengthening the tissues of the entire body including the heart muscle
- Facilitating profound body detoxification
- Encouraging deep breathing
- Actuating brain lymph and cerebral spinal fluid renewal
- Converting mechanical motion into electrical energy in the body for the magnification of thought waves, and boosting the endocrine system
Rebounding is fun and is not complicated. Bounce gently, run in place, dance, jump, perform jumping jacks (be sure you have adequate clearance); anything will do the job. Start with five minutes a day and work up to 20 or 30 minutes. Try to make this a daily habit or at least four or five times a week alternating with other movement activities.
Rebounders are available in sporting goods stores as well online, and come in a wide range of price points. If you’re unable to invest in a rebounder, skipping rope and jumping jacks are also vertical movements, but will place considerably more stress on your joints.
#4 – Dry Skin Brushing or Effleurage
Dry skin brushing helps to release toxins and stimulates the lymphatic system. Dry-skin brushing is best done first thing in the morning (before showering) because toxins are released and build up during sleep. Start with the soles of your feet and brush with upward strokes as you move up the legs and towards the heart. Do the same beginning with the hands up the arms. The routine is easy and should take you no more than 5-10 minutes.
You can dry skin brush daily, but do it a minimum of three times a week (and preferably five) for best results. A natural-bristled brush is best; avoid nylon and synthetic brushes because they can scratch and irritate your skin. Brushes can be purchased in any drugstore or online.
If you can, get one with a long handle that has a notch on the back of the brush to be able to insert the handle. A good option is to look for a brush with a strip of cloth attached to the back of the brush (to insert your hand) to be able to hold the brush better. If your brush does not have a long handle, you may want to employ the assistance of a partner for brushing your back.
Brushing the abdomen, chest, and neck is important too, but keep the strokes light to avoid damaging the skin.
This “tree of life” we call the lymph system is necessary to maintain health throughout your entire body and makes life and healing possible. Small efforts such as the 4 steps outlined above combined with eating whole organic food and drinking pure water can greatly affect the efficiency of your lymph system, and in turn will protect and defend your entire body.
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Having a fully functioning lymphatic system is critical for your overall health and ability to fight cancer.
Your lymphatic system provides a variety of immune functions that ward off infections, viruses, injury, and even cancer.
The lymphatic system has no pump of its own and must rely on the movement of the body’s musculoskeletal system to circulate.
4 ways to active your lymphatic system:
- Deep diaphragmatic breathing
- Dry skin brushing or effleurage
These steps along with eating whole, organic food and drinking pure water can greatly affect the efficiency of your lymph system.
Dr Judith Edwards says
Many thanks as always Ty- for those who would like more ideas about lymphatic draining do visit the cansurvivors on our site (typing in cansurviving does it) all free 24/7 on this international group built site…Join us?
Interesting information. One question -In paragraph three in the section on “Deep Diaphragmatic Breathing” it says that exhaling twice as long as inhaling brings the blood…”. This seems contradictory to information given in exercise. Please clarify this for me. Thanks
Yes, I have the same question. The section on Diaphragmatic Breathing seems to be contradicting itself. I would love some clarification!
Sharon and Lisa,
The paragraph says “Inhaling for twice as long as exhaling brings oxygen to the blood and activates the lymphatic system.” Not the other way around.
Barbara Singer says
Yes, that why the inversion chair is recommend by Dr. Thomas Lodi at The LifeCo in Phuket Thailand where he practices cutting edge integrative cancer care.
Jeffrey F Anderson, PhD says
If you inhale for five seconds, simply exhale slowly for ten. Best to hold lips as if giving a kiss or whistling.
Lori Peters says
Thermography is an excellent way to monitor lymph congestion in the breasts/chest!
Alison Merrick says
Congestion can also show low level inflammation but not always. But yes thermography is great at showing up problem areas long before they develop into disease
Sorry, but I disagree. Had thermotherography whole body recently. Showed extreme inflammation in my chest area. No mention of cancer. Had a tumour in my right upper lobe and breast. Etastasis to my lymph nodes.
Caroline Neads says
Since rebounding is an excellent movement exercise for muscles AND lymphatic drainage, how about getting someone to do a program / routine for mini trampoline use with emphasis on lymph movement ? The mini version is amazingly cheap and can be available to use in almost any home. ?
I read that one should not dry skin brush in the winter – it’s too damaging to the skin when everything is so dry.
I just started dry brushing and am finding it helpful in relieving my dry winter skin. After less than a week, I’m no longer itchy like I usually am in the winter. I’m not a medical professional, so all I can share is my experience living in the frozen tundra of Minnesota 🙂
Yes, Tracy, skin brushing relieves dry skin.
Alison Merrick says
It depends on the condition of your skin. If it is well moisturised then it is fine. For the lymphatic system skin brushing should be gentle anyway. Not a stiff brush like that used for exfoliation
Adonya Wood@hotmail.com says
Dry brushing stimulates your skins natural oil production.Great for dry skin.Gentle is good.
Gary Clemens says
It is important to note that if the lymph nodes are swollen in an area….it means they are fighting something and doing their job. Suppressing the lymph nodes is granting access to disease.
Also….not quite sure where you got the idea of 600-700 lymph nodes?? Most people have around 30 throughout the body.
Debra Kostiuk says
If lymph moves upward towards neck wouldn’t head stands be very beneficial as well?
The body has between 501 and 700 lymph nodes (the number of nodes varies from individual to individual). About half of the nodes are in the middle of your body (stomach or abdominal cavity). The lymph nodes near your armpits and groin have about 100 nodes.Feb 24, 2016
Louise B says
Gary Clemens…not sure where you got your information re number of lymph nodes in the body–it is in the hundreds (500-700). People look to this site for answers and truthful information and you should not say something you are not 200 % on.
Alison Merrick says
A lot more than 30 Gary, you could have that many in one armpit
The body has between 501 and 700 lymph nodes (the number of nodes varies from individual to individual).
About half of the nodes are in the middle of your body (stomach or abdominal cavity).
The lymph nodes near your armpits and groin have about 100 nodes.
I just had uterine cancer surgery and my surgeon removed 26 lymph nodes from my pelvic region alone, so know there are way more than 30 throughout the body. Not sure the exact number but Ty’s research is usually right on the mark. Try a Website like mayo clinic or one of the other established medical centers for good info.
I had uttering cancer surgery in October. Stage 3. they removed 9 more lymph nodes besides the one that was cancerous. The 9 they removed came back negative for cancer. I have opted not to do chemo. My 3 month checkup was clean!! How are you doing? would love to hear from others who have had this surgery and are not doing chemo.
Liz Lew says
Hi, you should check out Vibrosaun therapy, too. It combines sauna heat and gentle vibration which helps stimulate lymphatic flow. Our clients have found that with regular use, their arthritis, Lyme disease symptoms, back aches, insomnia (and more) have improved tremendously….
Bob Mulcahy says
Most people do have between 500 to 700 lymph nodes …They may have 20 or 30 just in the axilary region
Karen Buelow says
After our experience, we believe any lymphatic swelling is a real danger sign for developing cancer. My brother died of angiosarcoma that started in his lymph system. We believe this rare cancer was caused by a severe lymphedemic swelling reaction to heavy doses of intraveneous antibiotics. If we had only known that lymphedema can cause such awful cancer, we maybe could have started anticancer nutrition and treatments much sooner. Please don’t wait if this happens to you!
I just did an engine search for number of lymph nodes in the human body and it is ridiculous the amount of differing answers! 100 came up several times, 5-7 hundred came up several times and 20-30 came up too! What! Why would it be that hard to nail it down? Anyway, I am betting on more than a 100 and less than 1000. Good reminder to take care of them!
Every body is different – some have a few nodes, some have heaps and heaps. No set figure (like one heart). 🙂
Rhonda Devine says
Ascites fluid also is a sign that your lymph nodes are overwhelmed and it is particularly acute in certain cancers such as mine, ovarian. When a physician sees ascites fluid, the diagnosis is pretty grim in their opinion. My nutritionist had me begin taking 1 tsp of fenugreek seed soaked in 8 oz of water overnight. In the morning, drink the liquid and swallow the seeds. This along with daily rebounding has totally rid my abdomen of the ascites fluid as well as a reduction of the swelling of the underarm lymph nodes. Just wanted to pass this tip along to others it might help. I have been doing this for several months and along with God answering prayer, I am seeing my body do a great turn around. As always, check with your healthcare provider to make sure this is right for you:)
Alison Merrick says
Well done Rhonda, ascites certainly can collect with ovarian cancer, if you are enabling your system to clear it without drainage that is great
Thanks for the information Rhonda.
The lymph system does have an inherent pump – lymphangions are the functional unit of the lymph system, valves are meant to keep the lymph moving in one direction, and there is smooth muscle that causes the movement of lymph (mini-pumps!) – but exercise and deep breathing sure get the lymph moving a whole heap more. And there are many lymph nodes throughout the body (way more than 30) – lots in the bowel area, then there are the axillary/inguinal areas, and up and down the spine and around the chest.
Toni Logan says
So what do you suggest for movement for paraplegics? My son gets lots of arm/shoulder movement using his manual wheelchair, but nothing below the waist moves unless he moves his legs with his arms.
Look in your area for a Therapeutic Riding Program that is able to provide for your son.
Gizelle pettingill says
I had stage 4 lymphoma, diffuse large B cell double hit. Very aggressive. Affects more than one gene. Four months of Chemo made it worse and I was given 6 months to live last September. I came to Nature Works Best in Tempe Arizona. They have an 83% success rate. My tumors are no longer active and are almost gone. I am a cancer survivor. Just want everyone to know there is hope. Say NO to chemo
thank you and god bless you for that, i am a soon to be a 64yr old male, and i have told those that need to know, besides a few others. I would never ever do either radiation, nor chemo. I have thought this way for years, and with those like yourself, and this site out here, the word can then get out just how bad they are. And i really believe that the only reason that they are even still around, $$$$$, bottom line. words cannot come close to describe how that makes me so disgusted.
Gizelle, can you elaborate on the protocol you were on at this place in Arizona?
Cynthia F Rack says
Since I have had 7 lymphnodes removed under my right arm for breast cancer, should I be a little more careful in my detoxing the lymphnodes in any way? I understand I don’t want to overload the lymphnodes that are left????
Christy B. says
I have a rebounder but have never been able to use it due to knee pain. Everyone says I should be even standing on it is painful. It is a top of the line rebounder, made especially for detox. Any ideas on how to build up endurance so I can use it?
Christy, you can bounce lightly without even lifting your feet off the mat, or you can befefit from sitting on a rebounder and bounce yourself or have someone else bounce on the mat while you sit on it.
Bridgette Nutt says
you can sit on the rebounder and bounce like that it still has great effects
Cheryl Chapman says
The article on Keeping the Lymphatic System Healthy was great! The way you presented it was easy to understand. Please add to this about “PHLUFFING” the “girls” Don’t forget the breasts. I believe one of the causes of breast cancer is lymph stagnation. As such I created Phluffing”This means : Personal Hand lymphatic Undulation Flow Facilitation. Fluffing the GIRLS.
To see this please go to tube and go online. Respectfully submitted, Cheryl Chapman RN, BSN, HN-BC, LMT firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you think that going braless will do the same type of cleansing?
Carmel O Halloran says
I had a full thyroidectomy in 2000 and removal of lymph nodes on the right side of my neck in 2006. My skin is dry and my hair appears to be thinning. I’m taking Eltroxin.
Hello Ty. Thanks and please allow me an addition. I have always understood that slow round movements are good for the lymphatic system and that’s why chi kung and tai chi are recommended.
Silvia Logan says
Whenever I walk and dance, I always move my arms up and down. If a person has swollen lymph nodes in their throat, because they have a tooth infection, what sort of exercise should they do to reduce the swelling?
As someone with lifelong Lymphoedema I know that you will never clean the lymph system while you eat any sort of meat. Even plant fats need to be kept very, very low.
Bob Mulcahy says
If you can’t rebound you might consider an inversion table …Teeters Hangup is best known and most expensive new but Craig’s list often will have them for about 100.00 and other brands can be just as effective
Bill Wightman says
Rebounding is so easy to do. A good place to do it is in the bathroom morning and night while you have privacy. I have the notion that varying the frequency might help also. Like almost an up/down shaking action as if chilled all the way to large low frequency motions similar to jumping up to grab something high. Also in the realm of possible benefit is to shake (gently) like a dog from top to bottom (privacy is good here, really looks goofy). I think that any motion that makes you feel good is the motion you need.
Karen Brennan says
These are all very good suggestions. For those with chronic congested lymph (swollen, enlarged, painful lymph nodes that occur on a regular basis) an herbal detox protocol for 30-90 days can also be very supportive.
I had 27 lymph nodes removed from my left armpit for breast cancer in 1997.
One of the best lymphatic exercises ever has been left out!!! LAUGHTER!!!
Thanks for the info, Rhonda…Best of luck to you!
Be strong. You’re amazing!
thank you doctor, we all know why some that in the medical field do not talk nor even mention some of this to any of us out here, and it wasnt for sites like this and doctors like you, we would not hear anything about it. They keep us sick for a good reason, to keep as many zero;s in the account they have in the bank. But with the help from doctors like you, and sites like this, hopefully this practice will stop before i pass, well i pray that it does. I would love to be witness to this event that would effect us all.
CATHY D. SCANLON-STILL says
Is this also beneficial for me. I have been diagnosed with CLL and Small Cell Lymphoma. I was given 14 months with chemotherapy. My 14 months were up June of 2013. Last CT scan said no lymph enlargement. However, I now have an enlarged liver with “fluid around it” and enlarged spleen.
Whoops, a typo with the numbers regarding inhale and exhale. Exhale should always be a few seconds longer than inhale in order to stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system and thereby calm the dominance of the sympathetic nervous system. I do deep diaphragmatic breathing everyday to keep my blood pressure within normal range and teach classes in calming breath work. So, inhale to the slow count of 4, hold l second more at the top, exhale slowly to the count of 6. Pause and repeat. For beginners, use 2 in, 4 out, for those who enjoy longer breaths without discomfort, count 6 in, 8 out. p.s. This is also why we are instructed to “blow into a paper bag” when hyperventilating. Most of America does not breathe deeply enough and this will expand lung capacity and induce relaxation.
What about bouncing on an exercise ball ?
Michelle DeLeon says
I find this very difficult if you are paralyzed from your neck down and a being a quadriplegic leaves us with limited function. My family members won’t help me with this yet alone my time is limited with my caregiver is there a supplement that is available
Michelle DeLeon says
Can someone reply to me answer please
Toni Logan says
Hey, I think no one has replied because they don’t know what to tell you. There are a number of supplements that help the immune system in general; most of those are discussed in the Truth about Cancer series. Would you be able to use a standing frame if someone placed you in it & operated it for you? Or perhaps there might be funds to have a therapeutic massage regularly if you could find someone to come to your house. That’s all I can think of at the moment.
I buy a supplement called Lymph Gland Cleanse by Nature’s Sunshine
I own a Teeter Inversion Table…..and will rocking on this table be beneficial to my Lymph System?
Adonya Wood@hotmail.com says
Gently use your fingertips to press inside your collar bone to open the lymph terminals and then use your fingers to lightly brush down the sides of your neck.
Helen Mason says
This is a wonderful article. Thank you Ty you are awesome.
I have been diagnosed with maestatic breast cancer with it going to my spine. My left arm is quite swollen on my affected side with axillia and supraclavicular lymph nodes affected thus the cancer is in my lymph system. Praise the Lord though theyn are now almost normal. I have not had surgery and refused chemo and radiation working with natural remedies and am on a hormone pill. My concern, when inquiring about lympathic massage, I learned that there a 2 schools of thought out there one saying that massage could help the cancer spread. I have been reluctant to try it and would appreciate some input. I have a mini rebounder and would like to try this for lympathic drainage if this helps my cancer situation.
Thank you all.
John Z says
The body has between 501 and 700 lymph nodes (the number of nodes varies from individual to individual). About half of the nodes are in the middle of your body (stomach or abdominal cavity). The lymph nodes near your armpits and groin have about 100 nodes.
Foot zones are also great for the lymphatic system
Sharon and Lisa, I read breath in for a count of 5 (inhale) and breath out for a count of 10 (exhale). It does not appear contradictory to me.
Gayle Jensen says
In #2 it says to deep breath – inhale for a count of 4 and exhale for a count of 2. Then later it says exhale longer than inhale?????????????
Dr Robert Morse is the lymphatic expert bar none. He is a true healer. Check out his youtube clips. Am surprised Ty hasn’t interviewed him as his testimonials are incredible. He is reversing terminal cancers and MS. His patients walking out of their wheelchairs. He is my favourite doc and the only one that makes complete sense.
Detoxification and fruit is where its at.
Medical Doctors were caring, but only knew what they had been taught. (fear and response) Dr. Morse allowed hope and understanding. The cells in the body can perform as designed if we give them the chance. My thanks to Dr. Morse and others that spread the message of hope and love. God Bless (berries and melons)
nicola mackenzie says
Thank you Jen 🙂
I had 15 lymph nodes removed, after surgery for Endometrial Cancer; I didn’t want the doctor to remove them, but once I consented to surgery, I had no control. Afterwards, I was able to refuse chemo and radiation. There was microscopic involvement in two of the lymph nodes, only, individual cancer cells that the lymph nodes were probably trying to expel. They weren’t multiplying, but my pathology report changed what had been Stage I to Stage 3.
I have arthritis in my right knee; I started out by rebounding, gently, not “getting air,” just bouncing up and down, counting up to 100, at first, then to 500, then 1200, in three groups of 400 bounces. You can do it while watching TV; hardest part is counting, so I can see that some might find it easier to just set a timer.
When I was only six, my mother, on doctor’s advice, had my tonsils and adenoids removed. I feel I had a compromised immune system, most of my life. But I am eating so much more cleanly, now; lost a lot of weight, which helps with the arthritis, too. Personally, I won’t do any more scans, either, due to the high level of radiation. My health has improved tremendously from better diet, more exercise, and de-stressing. I still need to work on getting more sleep. Lack of sleep can be another kind of stress.
We all have various stressors in our lives. Saying the Serenity Prayer, as an affirmation, helps me. I am grateful for the courage to be a positive influence when I can; for the serenity to release tension and anxiety over what I cannot control, knowing I’ve done my best. And I’m thankful for having gained the wisdom to discern the difference, realizing how to expend my efforts where they can do the most good, sharing with those who appreciate my understanding.
Here is where the 500-700 lympe node number came from:
There is a multiple type question about mid way through article asking how many lymph nodes are in the body. Click the link for the answer.
Hope this helps clarify for you. I am just a reader/learner.
Betty Lambright says
I had a modified radical mastectomy on 7/31/12. All lymph nodes in my left armpit were removed, with no sign of activity in them. With the support of my functional medicine doctor, I refused chemo, radiation and tamoxifen/irimidex. My diet was changed dramatically (to paleo) and I take many supplements to correct the genetic predisposition to improper detox (MTRFR gene). My blood is monitorerd every 6 months, and I am in better condition than I was 20 years ago. I just turned 65.
Dear Michelle, my name is John and I own a Teeter Inversion Table which claims to assist the Lymphatic System. You can be strapped into it with your feet secured and you can invert your body or you can even rock to stimulate your Lymph system. It is a well-established and trustworthy company…..if interested, you can no doubt check it out on the internet. I am not a Doctor but I hope this may be of some assistance in your particular circumstance. You will need someone to assist you with it. Best Wishes. The cost of a table like this is around $300 Cdn. There is also a stimulation pad for this device. John
Toni Logan says
Interesting idea for someone younger. I should’ve been more specific; my son is almost 33, lives alone, works, etc, so there is no time for a riding program. Thanks for the idea though!
Anthony Rimoli says
And every lymph node is very important AND NEVER SHOULD BE REMOVED AS THAT IS REMOVING PART OF YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM.
What about those vibrating machines in the gym? It always helps draining my sinus(don’t tell the gym ) would it be beneficial for lymph drainage too?
Yeah I was wondering if my powerplate would help to improve my lymphatic system but I’m a freight to use it because it might spread my mestatic PC cells
What do you think?
nicola mackenzie says
Thank you Ken,i also posted about the good Dr but my post was not accepted.
Donna Marie Hockley of Health in Balance Educators says
Hi Michelle, there are some essential oils that can help unclog the lymph nodes. I added this to my regime because the type of cancer I had was Lymphoma (cancer of the Lymphatic system). The formula is 10 drops of Frankincense, 5 drops Myrrh and 3 drops of Sage. Drop them into a small amount of mixing oil (about 2 pumps), mix well and then apply it along your Lymphatic System. The alternate Day, just do Frankincense by itself (no mixing oil either). It is important to get pure oils from companies like Young Living, or DoTerra.
I still have problems with my lymphatic system after 35 times of radiation of my prostate. I have to go to the bathroom 2-5 times at night and loose about 1 to 2 liters of urine, or more lymphatic fluid at night. So far no dr in Belgium and The Netherlands could help me s, not even my urologist
Has anyone a suggestion for this nightly escapes to the toilet? And I do all the exerciseses and tips I have read about.
Childers, Gianna says
IF…..someone (hypothetically) had two large egg sized tumors on the neck/jaw clearly lymph nodes (one literally beginning to pour/press right out of his face), and that person was not at all interested in chemo or radiation, and several doctors had basically dismissed that person for wanting to find alternative approach, should that person still attempt to find a surgeon that would potentially remove them? Or is there a benefit to NOT removing them, but rather seek out other homeopathic methods? This person (hypothetically) would be veggie-juicing, coffee-cleansing, probiotic-ing and vegan-ing while unsuccessfully seeking some medical support to supervise holistic efforts. Just seeking some resources and ideas….not asking for any diagnosis or treatment plan for my hypothetical friend.
Customer Success says
The best advice we can give you is to consult with one of the doctors/experts that we interviewed in our Global Quest Series. Here is a link to get their information: https://thetruthaboutcancer.com/experts-info-sheet/
check out (IPT ldn)this will take care of it. I myself have done it for NHL and it was very gentle and it worked. I’ve seen pictures of enormous tumors on the face & neck totally dissappear using IPT.
What is IPT? How it works?
Earth Mama says
You may suggest Chaga tea to that person. Lots of people seem to have had success with that.
– cancer is body’s natural defense against toxicity – Andreas Moritz
– do not derail body’s mechanism – only assist the body
– clean air, structured water, clean food / home
– clear thinking – without fear
– not emotional – as emotions are the root cause of dis-ease
– – detox of heavy metals, aluminium with epsom salt, borax, baking soda, organic sulphur, natural magnesium flakes etc
– supplement of magnesium with ReMag or natural magnesium oil from Europe
The lymph vessels have an intrinsic pump of their own. Check out lymphangion motoricity. 🙂
I have a mini trampoline and was using it quite regularly until advised to stop after a bone scan revealed osteoporosis in the spine. I am in my 78th year. I still do regular line dancing, tennis, gardening, walking, pilatus etc. Your advice, please?
Customer Support says
Hi Eva –
We appreciate you reaching out to us about this.
I’m so sorry to hear about your diagnosis – I’ll be sure to pray for you.
Unfortunately, we are unable to give any kind of medical advice. The best advice we can give you is to consult with one of the doctors we interviewed in the Global series.
Please note that we are not able to select an expert for you.
We’ve created a page with the experts’ contact info as it was available to us.
Here’s the link to the actual webpage:
We do have one more resource you may be interested in. During our Live Event 2017 series, Dr. Patrick Quillin suggested contacting The Institute of Functional Medicine to locate a practitioner in your area.
If you are interested, here is the link to search for a Functional Medicine Practitioner in your area: https://www.ifm.org/find-a-practitioner/
Blessings and love!
Order Eldi oils and use as sage or compress pack on tumors. Use over area of lymphatic. Massage in area.
Try Budwig or Gerson diet
Don’t cut them out or poke them with a needle if you can avoid that!
I loved rebounding and purchased a rather pricey Bellicon Rebounder – VERY MUCH worth the price. However, I believe it contributed to slipped disks as I developed lower back issues shortly after I started rebounding. Beware if you are overweight and rebounding – even low impact like this. Unfortunately I had to give it away to my daughter. So now I guess I need to get outside and walk!