Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Lymphohepat - suggestions for use

Wow! what a name. Let's break the word "lymphohepat" apart and figure out what it mans. The "lympho" stands for the lymphatic system, which is your immune system. It is all over your body (the little lymph vessel and nodes) as well as in our intestines, in fact about 70% of the immune system is found in our guts.

The "hepat" stands for the liver. This is the organ than cleanses the rest of the body. We can consider it our primary detoxification organ, using the urine, stool, sweat, and breath as ways to remove contaminants from one's body.

So when a remedy is designed with two systems in mind, one looks at how they work together. The lymphatic system is cleaning things on a cellular level, the interstitial fluid is involved and the liver is cleaning the contents of the gastrointestinal tract and the blood.

When adding a 1/2 eyedropper full of the remedy to a 20 ounce bottle of water and sipped throughout the day, these two systems are stimulated to do a more efficient and effective job. I suggest that once or twice a year, one uses an entire bottle (4 ounces) on a daily basis until the bottle is empty.

One can combine this with a liver cleanse or additional homeopathic remedies such as "toxicleanse" or both.

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