Traditional Chinese healing arts call lymphatic fluid a “river of life.” Congested lymphatic systems; however, become a “swamp of death.”
To understand the paramount importance of the smooth, uninterrupted work of the lymphatic system, you need to understand how the system works in the body and its importance.
The human body consists of trillions of cells. Every cell is like an island surrounded by interstitial fluids (a colorless water-like substance which originates from blood plasma). These fluids continuously distribute nutrients, various hormones and other supporting and stimulating substances throughout the body to ensure the healthy functioning of cellular activity.
The cells excrete metabolic byproducts and waste in the very same fluids from which they have been taking life-supporting materials.
As you can see, this constant inward and outward flow of fluid is the bare minimum that the cell needs for its best function, reproduction and development. Every single health problem or disease starts on a cellular level when cells are compelled to survive in the most unfavorable environments. I also want to remind you that all organs and tissues are a community of cells – the heart, skeletal system, brain, liver, etc.
The lymphatic system is essentially a sewer system inside your body. Through lymphatic capillaries and lymphatic ducts, the cell’s metabolic waste must be removed, otherwise, the cells will suffocate in their own chemically corrosive and oxygen-deprived “swamp“ of an environment.
Lymphatic decongestion therapy is one of the most effective and fastest methods which within several minutes of application put the body on the road of healing, regaining balance, and recovery.