We have approximately 45 pints of lymphatic fluid in our body. The lymphatic system aids the immune system by removing excess fluid, waste, debris, dead blood cells, pathogens, cancer cells, and other toxins from cells and the tissue spaces between them. It also works with the circulatory system to deliver nutrients, oxygen, and hormones from the blood to the cells (which make up the tissues of the body). This is one system that must do the right job all the time, and Common Sense™ “Lymphatic Health” will make sure it does. This amazing herbal combination has the awesome job of helping the lymphatic system get rid of one billion dead cells an hour. This combination includes the following ingredients:
Mullein cleanses the entire body of mucous. Mucous is the side effect of processed food, which kills more of us than all diseases combined. Mullein thins mucous and turns it back into liquid, then allows it to be expelled through the lymphatic system. Breathing is the single most important natural function of the body. Asthma, tuberculosis, emphysema, yeast infections, candida albicans, pneumonia, and a host of other so-called diseases come from an excess amount of mucous. Mullein serves a great purpose in Common Sense™ “Lymphatic Health”.
is widely thought of as “nature’s penicillin” and it is one of earth’s greatest health agents. It also opens up blood ways, preventing blood clots from forming and allowing greater circulation of blood. It is useful in aiding everything from allergies to tonsillitis. Garlic contains many sulfur compounds which detoxify the body and improves circulation. It has anti-cancer, antibacterial, and anti-fungal effects. Garlic also has antioxidant properties that boost the immune system. Garlic can lower high blood pressure as well as help prevent atherosclerosis (plaque buildup and blockage in the arteries possibly leading to heart attack or stroke), colds, coughs and bronchitis. It is an all-around tonic, to say the least.
Yarrow is a great herb used to stop excessive bleeding especially from the respiratory system. In the case of the common cold and fever, it causes the body to perspire, thereby eliminating the toxins that are causing the illness. Yarrow is also believed to be a kidney and urinary tract cleanser because of its antiseptic properties. It is also known to give relief from stomach cramps, rheumatism, menstrual cramping, hypertension, flatulence, diarrhea, hemorrhoids, ulcers, gout, arthritis, and excessive menstruation.
Echinacea herb is of particular interest when you are exposed to seasonal illnesses on a regular basis. When used correctly it is the closest thing to a remedy for the common cold. Echinacea is a great blood purifier and stimulates the overall activity of the cells responsible for fighting all kinds of infections. This mighty herb is used in inflammatory relief due to skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis. It makes our body’s immune cells more efficient at attacking bacteria, viruses and abnormal cells, including cancer cells. It promotes new tissue growth for wound healing and helps to reduce inflammation of the Lymph Glands. Echinacea stimulates phagocytosis (the consumption of invading organisms by white blood cells and lymphocytes). Echinacea also inhibits harmful bacteria from gaining access to our healthy cells. When used with Golden Seal it is excellent for problems pancreatic issues.
Turmeric Root is also known as “curcuma longa” and has been regarded as a purifier by ayurvedic healers. It has been shown by scientific research to help treat digestive and liver problems. Well known for its healing properties, it is used in treating allergy symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, sinus congestion, headaches, and itchy eyes. It helps relieve stomach pain and provides antibacterial and antioxidant protection. Turmeric is used for strengthening the liver, enhancing complexion, and nourishing body tissues. It has also been found to reduce blood-clotting and exhibit hypocholesterolsterolemic activity. Studies conducted between 1971 and 1991 showed Turmeric’s anti-inflammatory action to be more powerful than hydrocortisone. The main phytochemical compound of Turmeric is curcumin, which is a powerful antioxidant that is stronger than vitamin E and is useful in fighting cancer. Curcumin is used in treating memory loss such as Alzheimer’s disease and Dementia. Turmeric is very useful in treating jaundice, insect stings, wounds, whooping cough, pimples, internal and external injuries. It is also recommended for arthritis, asthma, gastritis, hyperacidity, inflammatory skin conditions, and nausea.
Goldenseal is one of the most popular herbs and has recently gained a reputation as an herbal antibiotic as well as an immune enhancer. It is used to help reduce internal inflammatory conditions along with relieving whooping cough, diarrhea, liver disease, fever, stomach pain, flatulence, and pneumonia. Goldenseal is also used to stimulate digestion and improve appetite therefore, promoting healthy liver and spleen functions. It is great for treating skin inflammations, and those of the eyes such as conjunctivitis. Goldenseal is known to naturally balance blood sugar levels similar to insulin but without negative side effects. When made as a poultice it is great for bedsores, psoriasis, and hemorrhoids. Other benefits of Goldenseal include relief from flu, laryngitis, hepatitis, cystitis, and alcoholic liver disease. Goldenseal contains calcium, iron, manganese, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, B-complex, and other nutrients and minerals.
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