Lymphatic System Detoxification Part 2





Lymphatic System Functions

Lymphatic Detoxification

Lymphatic Cleansing & Stimulation

Lymphatic congestion is a big problem with most cancer patients. Undigested food, infectious material, dead cells, and other debris have to be carried off by the lymphatic system. Thickened and sluggish lymph results in swelling and discomfort.

Very few people understand the humble working of the lymphatic system. Many patients suffered from congestion or conditions such as mastitis before developing cancer. Dietary improvement and lymphatic stimulation combined with herbs that aid lymphatic purification enable the lymph to carry off debris.

As a general rule, there will be only minimal improvement in places such as the axilla or groin until the abdominal region is freed of stagnation.

Lymph Nodes

Fresh blood travels through the arteries to all parts of the body—including your breasts—bringing oxygen and other nutrients. Used blood leaves the breasts through the veins and is pumped back to the heart and lungs to be refreshed. Then the cycle starts over again.

Lymph node areas adjacent to breast area

A pectoralis major muscle
B axillary lymph nodes: levels I
C axillary lymph nodes: levels II
D axillary lymph nodes: levels III
E supraclavicular lymph nodes
F internal mammary lymph nodes

Clear fluid called lymph also arrives via the arteries, but it leaves the blood to circulate through your tissues to cleanse the tissues and keep them firm. Lymph must also be “refreshed” and recycled. It drains back into the body’s central drainage system through the lymphatic channels, like pipes.

“The arteries are like a two-lane highway bringing nutrients, oxygen and fluid to the breast. The vein is a one-lane highway taking away the used blood, and the lymphatic channels are the other one-lane highway draining away the lymph fluid. Two lanes in together, but two separate lanes out.” —Marisa Weiss, M.D.

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Hyperbaric Treatment Being Denied To Thousands Of Desperate Patients? Part 1





Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Hyperbaric Autism

Andrew Waddington is as limp as a sleeping child in his father’s arms. But he is not asleep and there is something disturbing about this kind of floppiness. His head is lolling and swinging. His limbs seem weak and uncontrolled.

Ten years ago, during a routine 10-minute operation to correct an undescended testicle, Andrew was deprived of oxygen. The medical accident, known euphemistically as “acquired brain injury”, left him with a condition resembling cerebral palsy.

Now he is 13, a handsome boy who communicates by moving his heavy head in a semi-circle – right for yes, left for no, and subtle gradations in between, on a scale of one to 10.

“How was school today, Andrew?” his mother, Teresa, asks him. His head sweeps round three-quarters of the arc towards the right. “I see, seven out of 10.”

“He may appear to be a terrible case,” Teresa says, “but if you had seen him before you’d realise just how far he has come. He could not see. He could not understand. He cried all day. We spent all our time trying to alleviate his distress.

“We were told he would probably only ever recognise me as a ‘familiar smell’. Doctors said there was no hope; to put him in a home, to have another child.”

Andrew spent 21 months at Alder Hey Hospital’s brain injury unit in Liverpool. Then the Waddingtons heard about a children’s naturopathic clinic in Lancaster, close to their home, run by former nurse and midwife Jane Dean. In desperation, they took him to see her.

“Andrew’s body was curved like a banana,” recalls Dean. “He had no control over any of his muscles and was being fed through a tube. He was on 16 different kinds of medication. There was no cognition at all.

“He had that high-pitched ‘cerebral’ cry that, once you have heard, you hope never to hear again in your life. My heart went out to him. I thought, ‘Surely there must be more we can do.'”

Dean had recently watched a television programme about the remarkable healing powers of oxygen administered under pressure, known as hyperbaric oxygen treatment (HBOT). She decided to see if it would help Andrew.

She rented a hyperbaric oxygen chamber and had it installed on an industrial estate in Lancaster. For six months, Andrew was treated there three to five times a week.

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