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Lymphatic Tonic

The lymphatic fluid is the foundation of the immune system, providing access to all body systems. This formula provides the nutritive and cleansing elements that this system requires to function effectively.



These herbs are traditionally used to promote lymphatic drainage and stimulate those aspects of immune response that are related to the functioning of the lymphatic system. They help to reduce congestion of the lymph nodes and lymphatic vessels. The majority of these herbsso stimulate other aspects of immune response. They also tonify the urinary s alystem, thereby supporting the detoxification of the lymph and blood via elimination in the urine. This formulation is particularly useful in the treatment of acute and chronic infectious and inflammatory conditions that are characterized by enlarged lymph nodes, general lymphatic congestion and internal toxicity. Examples include swollen glands, tonsillitis, chronic skin conditions, rheumatoid arthritis and gout. The formulation may also be useful in the treatment of some types of cancer, particularly lymphatic related varieties.


15-30 drops taken in 1-2 ounces of pure water taken on an empty stomach, 15-30 minutes before meals or before bed. For preventative purposes and chronic conditions, take 2-4 times per day for 4-8 week periods followed by a 1-3 week break. For acute infections and/or inflammation, begin by taking 6-8 times per day and reduce the frequency of the dose as the symptoms improve.

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Cleavers Herb (Gallium aparine) Red Clover Flowers (Trifolium pratense) Burdock Root (Arctium lappa/minus) Burdock Seed (Articum lappa/minus) Calendula Flowers (Calendula officinalis) Echinacea Root - Mix (Echinacea purpurea/ angustifolia/ pallida Mallow Herb & Root (Malva neglecta/Althea officinalis)


The functioning of the lymphatic system is significantly affected by various dietary factors. Of particular importance is over-consumption of mucus-forming foods. These foods lead to an increase in general lymphatic congestion. They include dairy and dairy imitation products, animal proteins, over-processed foods and gluten (contained in grains and grain products). In addition, consumption of highly processed and/or denatured foods that contain various chemical additives also tends to lead to an increase in internal toxicity. This adds to the stress load on the lymphatic system. It is therefore best to avoid as much as possible consumption of chemical preservatives, colouring, flavouring and sweetening agents; non-organic foods (pesticides, herbicides and fungicides) red meats and dairy products; sugar, sweets and alcohol; exposure to toxic chemicals, pollution and radiation; rancid oils such as those found in deep-fried foods, nut butters and vegetable oils that are not protected from light, heat and oxygen. Foods that support the health of the lymphatic system include those that are whole, minimally processed and organically grown. Of particular importance are fresh fruits and vegetables. Plenty of exercise to the point of sweating (at least 20 minutes, three times per week) is important, as it is necessary for good lymphatic drainage. If lymphatic-related conditions are accompanied by a general immune imbalance, use of Immunity Plus Tonic may also be helpful. If there is significant internal toxicity, Detox Plus Tonic is recommended as well. Supplementation of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients may also be useful. Of particular importance are anti-oxidants. A probiotic bacterial supplement containing L. acidophilus and L. bifidus in powder form can be helpful, especially if antibiotics have been used within the last few months.

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All the usage information shown about this product, is extracted fully from historic and/or Public Domain sources. This information is available to anyone, in books, libraries and on the Internet. We make no claims as to the effectiveness or use of these products. Faunus Herbs stresses that Public Domain information about herbs and herbal medicine is legally available to all, and encourages personal responsibility and ownership of our own bodies. To find out more about the herbs in this product simply Google their names.

Lymphatic Tonic