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When's the last time you've drained your lymph nodes? I bet you've never even thought about it. Here's how and why you need to for optimal health!

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Anatomy of Lymphatic Drainage Massage Chart. This shows the lymphatomes and watersheds as well as the location of major lymph nodes. www.realbodywork.com

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According to Ayurveda, the left side of the body is completely different than…

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Five Easy Ways to move Lymph Fluid

Five easy ways to move lymph fluid. Moving lymph fluid helps move toxins out of your body.

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When's the Last Time You Drained Your Lymph Fluids?

When's the Last Time You Drained Your Lymph Fluids?REALfarmacy.com | Healthy News and Information

The Wall Pose creates a stretch in the shoulders, legs and back that mobilizes muscle tissue and stimulates nourishing blood circulation in normally inactive areas of the body. Lymph fluid then begins its cleansing action, tissues become toned and detoxified and the result is a feeling of relaxed yet energized well being.

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Happy lymph for a healthy body Our lymph system is like the garbage disposal for the body, trapping and flushing toxins. if our lymph fluid isn't flowing as it should, a myriad of problems can arise!

Your body's lymph system is the sewage system for even normal metabolic toxins, and more so if there are health issues. Lymph nodes provide antigens for purifying fluids containing anything from allergens to cancer cells. That fluid is simply called lymph. There is more lymph in your body than blood, but unlike blood, there is no pump for lymph. If lymph doesn't...