Our Lymph Care Ointment relieves pain and discomfort caused by swollen lymph nodes. This ointment tackles lymphatic congestion at the source and gently encourages drainage to help detox, reduce soreness, and improve overall wellness.
Lymph nodes are small, bean-shaped glands throughout the body. They help our body fight germs and infections. Lymph nodes often swell when there is a problem such as an injury, infection, or tumour. The swelling often leads to uncomfortable aches and pains and can even lead to headaches, low immunity, and gut health issues. The natural ingredients in our Lymphatic Care Ointment gently but effectively encourages drainage to help get rid of the trapped fluids, reduces the swelling and promotes relief.
- Efficiently tackles most lymphatic symptoms
- Reduces swelling as it unblocks the clogged lymph nodes
- Decreases any swelling to improve cellulite appearance
- Eases the pain and fever from swollen lymph node
- Detoxify the lymphatic system to help speed the regeneration of tissues and cells
- Removes impurities from the liver and blood
- Stimulates the discharge of waste and toxins
HOW TO USE
Take an appropriate amount of this product and apply it evenly to the desired area, massage it for a while to make it fully absorbed. Do it 2-3 times a day.
SUPPLEMENTS FOR YOUR LYMPHATIC HEALTH
There are some supplements that have been suggested to support lymphatic health:
1. Vitamin C: Known for its immune-supporting properties, vitamin C can help strengthen the immune system, which indirectly supports lymphatic function.
2. Bromelain: This enzyme, found in pineapple, may aid in reducing inflammation and support lymphatic drainage.
3. Turmeric: Curcumin, the active compound in turmeric, has anti-inflammatory properties that may assist in lymphatic system function.
4. Echinacea: This herb is often used to support the immune system and may have benefits for the lymphatic system as well.
5. Red Root (Ceanothus americanus): This herb has traditionally been used to support lymphatic circulation and may be helpful for lymphatic health.
6. Astragalus: This herb is believed to enhance the immune system and may assist in lymphatic circulation.
7. Cleavers (Galium aparine): Also known as "bedstraw," cleavers have been used traditionally to support lymphatic drainage and overall lymphatic health.
8. Licorice Root: Licorice root has anti-inflammatory properties and may assist in reducing inflammation in the lymphatic system.
9. Dandelion Root: Dandelion root is considered a natural diuretic and may help with lymphatic drainage and reducing water retention.
10. Burdock Root: This root is believed to have detoxifying properties and can aid in supporting lymphatic function.
11. Milk Thistle: Known for its liver-supporting properties, milk thistle may indirectly benefit the lymphatic system by aiding in detoxification.
Some these supplements are currently available in stock in our store. It is crucial to speak with a healthcare professional before taking any supplements, as they can assess your individual health condition and ensure that the chosen supplements are safe and appropriate for you. They can also help determine the correct dosage and potential interactions with any medications you might be taking.
NOTES AND SIDE EFFECTS
1. The nodes in your neck, under your chin, or behind your ears may swell when you have a cold or sore throat.
2. An injury or infection in a leg or foot can make the nodes in your groin swell.
3. Do not squeeze, drain, or puncture a painful lump. Doing this can irritate or inflame the lump, push any existing infection deeper into the skin, or cause severe bleeding.
4. If you have a swollen lymph node, get extra rest. Slow down just a little from your usual routine.
5. Drink plenty of fluids. If you have kidney, heart, or liver disease and have to limit fluids, talk with your doctor before you increase the amount of fluids you drink.