A Naturopathic Doctor, founder of the Heal Yourself Institute and former exhausted, stressed to the limit, and totally overwhelmed person. I brought myself back to health using natural practices and treatment plans. Now I do the same for women just like you!
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What feels stuck in your life?
Is it excess weight that won’t budge even with exercise and diet?
Is it fatigue that you can’t kick?
Is it constipation/bloating that has you plagued?
Is it hair loss, brittle nails, or skin that looks dull?
Do you have swollen joints or aches and pains?
I’m here to introduce you to a critical strategy to help you get unstuck for good!
And that key..might just be your lymphatic system.
The lymphatic system is the metabolic garbage/sewage system of the body.
The lymph system’s primary function is to isolate infection and cellular debris from the rest of the body and deal with it.
It rids you of toxins such as dead and damaged cells, nitrogenous wastes, infectious viruses, heavy metals, and another assorted junk cast off by the cells.
Because the lymph does not have a pump as the circulatory system does, moving and stimulating its flow is imperative.
Manually moving the lymph can do wonders. Give skin brushing a try with a natural bristle brush or glove. Add cypress, laurel leaf, or grapefruit essential oil as a bonus to help get that lymph moving.
One of Ayurveda’s most popular blood-purifying herbs. This herb helps to remove heat and waste from the body while maintaining clear channels and lymph flow in the body. A bonus is that this herb helps support healthy skin and a clear complexion.
A soft yet powerful herb that helps assist the lymph. This herb also helps to purify the blood, leaving the skin youthful and healthy. Calendula also helps to serve as a digestive aid to soothe cramping and indigestion. A bonus is that his herb can assist in normalizing the menstrual cycle.
This ancient Ayurveda technique helps rehydrate the body and assists the lymph fluid to flow.
The lymph does not have its pump (like the circulatory system) and thus relies on movement and breathing to get pushed through the body. Give breath of fire a try.
Try saunas, cryotherapy, or cold showers to help drain and de-stagnate the lymph.
The vasoconstriction and vasodilating effects help to stimulate blood flow and get the lymph moving.
In this free guide, I’ll show you how to amp up your energy levels
(and live a life you *actually* love)!