Stagnation and purification of lymph

Anatori Sealife Comments 0 14th September 2018
Stagnation and purification of lymph. Methods for purifying lymph

Stagnation and purification of lymph. Lymph is a transparent liquid substance, the composition of which is almost identical to the blood plasma. The lymph flows through vessels of the lymphatic system and circulates in human bodies by the bottom-up principle. Along with the tissue fluid and blood, the lymph maintains the body’s water balance, promotes the elimination of toxins, participates in the metabolic process, and provides a link between organs and tissues.

Lymph stagnation or lymphostasis is a condition caused by impaired lymph flow as well as accumulation in the tissues of the intercellular fluid. Lymphostasis leads to increased permeability and rupture of lymphatic capillaries, but at the same time, it leads to the formation of protein coagulants in the blood clots in the vessels. Stagnation of lymph causes chronic puffiness, hypoxia of tissues, disturbance of water-electrolyte balance and metabolic processes, and dystrophic and sclerotic changes.


The most characteristic symptoms of lymphatic stasis are:

  • swelling of the face and extremities;
  • bags under the eyes;
  • cellulite;
  • chronic sinusitis (inflammation of the nasal sinuses);
  • susceptibility to colds;
  • point inflammation of the skin.

Numerous conditions, such as infectious and parasitic invasions, high blood pressure, trauma and skin diseases, tumour processes, and radiation therapy, can cause Lymphostasis.

What are the consequences of stagnation and purification of lymph?

With stagnant phenomena in the lymphatic system, harmful substances and toxins accumulate. And the body must get rid of them. Ensuring good lymph drainage and the outflow of intercellular fluid is necessary to remove toxins. Therefore, stasis and clearing of lymph should necessarily go one after another.

Lymph purification

We recommend lymph purification under conditions such as:

  • inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs, such as cystitis, adnexitis, and endometritis;
  • allergic skin lesions such as atopic dermatitis, neurodermatitis, and eczema;
  • viral and bacterial infections of the upper respiratory tract;
  • endocrine pathologies, primarily thyroid disease, obesity and diabetes mellitus;
  • violations in the functioning of the liver and intestines and, consequently, insufficient body detoxification.

There are many methods for purifying the lymphatic system. They usually imply adherence to a diet, using fresh fruits and vegetables and their juices according to a particular scheme, and taking infusions of medicinal herbs.

You should choose the method of cleansing after consultation with your doctor. Moreover, stagnation and purification of lymph are severe stages in the body’s recovery. Therefore, we offer you colonic irrigation as one of the ways to restore health.