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LET’S SEE WHAT OUR HAPPY CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING
”I was surprised the fluid actually went away in five days. I saw its effects in just a month I noticed the swelling went away! Now after a week of using it, my arms are now toned and I feel healthier than ever just in time for my birthday party!”
Lila Compton, 38, Cranston, Rhode Island
”I have come a long way since the day I first started my weight loss journey. Now I want to get rid of this flabby belly and detox at the same time. I noticed a huge difference in how slim my belly has become in just four weeks, and excess fluid was starting to seep out. My body was naturally detoxifying and I feel so much healthier. Around 2 months or so ago, my stomach really toned! I can now wear hanging shirts without feeling insecure!”
Melody Jones, 43, Austin, Texas
DO YOU KNOW HOW OUR LYMPHATIC SYSTEM WORKS?
What is a Lymph?
Lymph, also called lymphatic fluid, is a collection of the extra fluid that drains from cells and tissues plus other substances.
Understanding the lymphatic system provides insights into the body’s profound ability to care for itself. Its functions are as follows:
- Maintains fluid levels in your body
- Absorbs fats from the digestive tract
- Protects your body against foreign invaders
- Transports and removes waste products and abnormal cells from the lymph
WHAT ARE THE BLOCKAGES THAT AFFECT THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM?
Many conditions can affect the vessels, glands, and organs that make up the lymphatic system. Some happen during development before birth or during childhood. Others develop as a result of disease or injury. Some common and less common diseases and disorders of the lymphatic system include:
- Lymphadenopathy - Enlarged (swollen) lymph nodes
- Lymphedema - Swelling or accumulation of fluid
- Lymphoma - Cancers of the lymphatic system
- Lymphangitis - Inflammation of the lymph vessels
- Lymphocytosis - a condition in which there is a higher-than-normal amount of lymphocytes in the body.
MAGNETIC THERAPY - THE KEY SOLUTION FOR LYMPH DRAINAGE
"The study behind using magnets for medicinal purposes stems from the Renaissance period. Magnets possessed a living energy, and they would wear as an accessory like ring, bracelet, or piece of metallic material infighting disease and infections or to relieve chronic pain. The recent study has shown the application of magnetic therapy produced a positive effect on all the constituent components of the microcirculatory blood stream of the patients suffering from lymphedema,” said Dr. Malcolm.