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Chart of lymph & immune system

Immune System

Lymphatic  System

Lymph  Nodes

Massaging lymph in legs

Lymph Drainage Massage

You haven't been feeling well lately?

If congested lymph is a symptom,

then this therapy can be very helpful while looking for the cause.

Lymph Massage

Lymph Drainage Massotherapy is a special technique of medium pressure massage along with electronically assisted massage done in proper direction of the lymphatics to drain. The Jade Device with gemstone and color frequencies, uses micro-current massage to relax muscles that are impeding lymph flow, along with the Derma Ray High frequency bulbs to mobilize and oxygenate the blood and lymph.


Jade Lymph Massotherapy  uses Tui Na microcurrent  in addition to traditional lymph drainage techniques. Tui means "to push" and na means "to lift and squeeze. This electro therapy moves the lymph with no electrical feeling at all. In addition, cellulite is reduced while draining the lymphatics. Aromatherapy essential oils are used to enhance the work.

Lymphatic Congestion and the Mucus Condition

Denatured foods and a toxic environment are placing extreme stress in our bodies. More and more people are experiencing tender lymph glands in the neck, armpits and groin area. This is a sure sign of accumulating toxins. Antibiotics are continually given out freely to an already failing immune system. The lymph must be cleansed and stimulated naturally so that the immune system has an opportunity to rebuild.

Lymphatic System

The lymphatic system is like an ocean within the body. 90% of water in the body is lymph while the rest is blood, intracellular fluid and cerebral-spinal fluid. Lymph is a colorless fluid that travels throughout the body in vessels alongside the arteries and veins of the blood. It is a series of beaded capillaries that flow through ducts and nodes (glands) that collect and circulate the lymphatic waters. Lymph fluid contains salts, electrolytes and nutrients.

The right lymphatic duct collects lymph from the upper right quarters of the body into the right internal jugular vein. Lymph from the rest of the body is carried by the thoracic duct to the left internal jugular vein.

Lymph is principally associated with the skin, mucus membranes and glands. It lies just under the various layers of the skin. There is no pump to move the lymph like the heart pumps the blood. Lymph moves by stimulation through movement and exercise, also by the electro-magnetic energy system of the body.

Blood travels throughout the body, feeding cells with nutrients. It then gathers wastes from the cells and dumps them into the lymphatic system .The lymph then carries the waste products to the “(exit doors)” for toxins, which are the liver, colon, lungs, skin, bladder and kidneys to be eliminated from the body. 

Lymph Nodes

The lymph flows periodically through small filters called lymph nodes. These nodes are the familiar glands that get swollen and tender when infection is present in the body. Nodes vary from the size of a pinhead to that of a lima bean. There are singular nodes throughout the body but most gather in clusters in the neck, armpits, groins, and across the abdomen and spleen, the normal function of the nodes is to neutralize, and eliminate any poisons, bacteria or infectious microbes that may be present through the assistance of the immune system. The immune “army” gathers its forces in the nodes.

Edema which is a collection of fluid in the tissues may be caused by a blockage in the lymphatic channels or by their surgical removal. An example of the latter is the swelling of the arm which sometimes occurs after removal of the breast and auxiliary lymph nodes in cases of breast cancer.

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  • Intestinal lymph

  • Bowel disorders

  • Mucus congestion

  • Spleen

  • Root of the problem

  • Allergies

  • Garbage intake

  • Herbs

  • Cleaning internal house

  • Dry skin brushing

Never forget your duty,

health is real beauty.

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             Call/Text  519-498-6585

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