Cleaning out your Lymphatic System by detoxifying your body is probably one of the best things you could do for your physical, mental, and emotional health at this very moment.
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Your lymphatic system is where 90% of all disease processes begin. When this highway system is congested and cannot eliminate well, it backs up the whole "sewer system" of the body, causing a lack of improper elimination of cellular/metabolic wastes (acids), as well as toxic chemicals and metals that have been ingested. These toxins must be eliminated or cellular death will occur.
Your lymph system is a vital part of your immune system. To enhance your immune system, clean out your lymphatic system first. Remember, your kidneys, colon and skin are the exit doors of your lymphatic system. Most people have lost proper lymph filtration via their kidneys, their intestinal bowel walls are impacted, and many don't sweat well. This means that their doors are partly closed in allowing their sewage or wastes to be properly eliminated. This then backs up the lymph system and enlarges the lymph nodes. When this goes on for many years, you will see all types of health conditions develop.
Unfortunately, the medical profession does not understand the importance of the lymph system as the body's sewer system, nor do they have the tools to clean it out, so they generally resort to removing parts of the lymph system when they become congested, toxic, and stop functioning properly. Unfortunately, this strategy of cutting things out without addressing the root cause of the issue is very shortsighted and only serves to impair the ability of the body to remove acids/waste in the future, compounding the problem of lymphatic congestion and acidosis, and setting the stage for future degeneration and health issues. For example, the tonsils, appendix, and various lymph nodes, are all a part of the lymph system. Inflamed tonsils, a ruptured appendix, and swollen lymph nodes, indicate high levels of lymph congestion. Removing these areas of the body handicaps the body in being able to remove its wastes, and has serious long term consequences.
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Excerpt from “Illusion of Diseases”
by Dr. Robert Morse, N.D
Our physical bodies are comprised of cells and two major fluids. One fluid feeds the cells (blood) and one cleans them (lymph). It is said that the body produces several pounds of cellular wastes each day (head to toe). Enter the great Lymphatic System!
The cells that make up your physical body aren’t clumped together. There are spaces between them. These spaces are called interstitial spaces. These interstitial spaces are all filled with fluids: part blood, part lymphatic fluid. Why? Because this is how you feed them and how you clean them.
Simply put: from the cells, the blood goes back into the venous system, which goes back to the lungs and liver for more “goodies” (nutrition and fuel). The lymph fluids (which collect cellular wastes) flow to the lymph vessels, and then on to the septic tanks (called lymph nodes) and then on to the body’s eliminative organs (kidneys, colon and skin) for elimination of wastes. What an efficient system this is!
All wastes from houses must go into septic tanks to be broken down and neutralized as much as possible before elimination into the earth. And so it is with your body. But instead of having only one septic tank, like most houses, your body has thousands.
The bodies’ septic tanks are called lymph nodes. The adenoids, tonsils and appendix are good examples of lymph nodes. You have a mass of them under each arm that drains the arms and breasts. Your jaws, sternum, groin etc., have many as well. They’re everywhere. They are important for the proper elimination of cellular wastes and damaged cells.
Now here’s the “kicker...” Where do your cellular wastes go?
First, let me introduce you to your lymphatic system’s eliminative organs: the kidneys, colon and skin. If these exits are blocked, or too weak to support proper kidney function, then one’s cellular wastes will ooze out any hole your body has; or worse, they will start accumulating in the body.
First your lymph nodes swell. That’s your body telling you that your lymph system is getting blocked or simply put: your food consumption is too toxic or mucus forming. And then, if needed, the body will “pocket or “encase” this trash, creating tumors, boils, cysts, polyps, etc.
Remember: the blockage is always in the kidneys, colon and/or skin. Tumors are not “blood clots,” they are “lymph clots!” It’s that simple.
The weakening of one’s Lymphatic elimination organs backs up this system, allowing for the retention of cellular wastes, which are acids. These acids create an Immune Response that we call Inflammation! This begins the downhill functioning of the cells’ tissues, organs and glands of the body. This in turn, affects things like sugar metabolism, nerve function, joint function, creates tumors & the formation of cysts, and on and on and on..... And the word infection is simply an accumulation of sewage in the body, blamed on the bacterium that is only trying to help you break this sewage down.