Lymphatic Drainage Therapy
Your Lymph System
The lymphatic system is a vital filtering system within the body. It is the body's primary immune defense and waste eliminator system. It is critical to managing the elimination of toxins from the body, as well as for maintaining the body's fluid balance.
The lymph system consists of approximately 600 lymph nodes, or collection sites, and has an extensive network of collecting vessels that carry lymph to the nodes (afferent vessels) and from the nodes (efferent vessels). Once the lymph is brought to the nodes it is filtered and then it travels to even larger vessels called lymphatic trunks that are formed by the confluence of lymphatic vessels. The lymph then joins the blood and travels up to the neck, into the subclavien vein where it is finally drained through the ducts.
These ducts serve to return lymph back to the venous blood supply so that it can be circulated as plasma. There are two ducts - the thoracic duct, which connects the lymphatic vessels of the legs, abdomen, left arm, and the left side of the head, neck, and thorax to the left brachiocephalic vein. and the rigth lymph duct, which connects the lymphatic vessels of the right arm and the right side of the head, neck, and thorax to the right brachiocephalic vein.
Lymph fluid is made up of a mixture of about 90% water and 10% solutes such as proteins, cellular waste products, dissolved gases, and hormones. Lymph may also contain bacterial cells that are picked up from diseased tissues and the white blood cells that fight these pathogens. These ducts serve to return lymph back to the venous blood supply so that it can be circulated as plasma. There are two ducts - the thoracic duct, which connects the lymphatic vessels of the legs, abdomen, left arm, and the left side of the head, neck, and thorax to the left brachiocephalic vein, and the rigth lymph duct, which connects the lymphatic vessels of the right arm and the right side of the head, neck, and thorax to the right brachiocephalic vein.
Bio-Photonic Lymphatic Drainage
The Lymphatic Drainage Therapy I offer uses bio-photonic energy produced by a special beam generator. This technology is highly advanced, effective and non-invasive. Here’s how this Bio-Photonic Lymphatic Drainage Method works: The Light Beam Generator technology uses extremely low current and negatively charged light photons to provide compatible frequencies to blocked areas resulting in cells correcting their out-of-balance condition and disassociating themselves from the binding agents responsible for swelling and blockage. The Light Beam Generator combines safe and non-invasive scalar technology with energy signals to assist the body in its natural process of moving stagnant lymph pathways so the body can maintain a healthy energy level. The LGB uses electric signals that excite the proprietary blend of noble gases contained within the heads of the LBG – generating a photon. This photon is a particle of light – an energy packet. Tesla Free Standing Wave Coil (Scalar) technology then generates fast rise time waveforms that interact with the body’s energy to create a scalar moment – a mechanism for transferring data and energy. Through a mirroring technology, the photons couple to match a quantum event, an envelope generated from energy produced by the scalar waves. This quantum envelope acts as a carrier for the coupled photons enabling them to travel an omni-directional path coupling with the body. Energy then interacts with the body, opening cell-to-cell communication.
Proper lymphatic drainage removes debris and unwanted proteins from the body to help create a protective barrier to health-related issues. As an adjunct method for maintaining wellness, the LBG assists in restoring the cell’s natural energy level; the body then creates healthy cell-to-cell communication to move clumped cells that otherwise burden the lymphatic system and contribute to various chronic issues. The LBG delivers energy to the body’s cells, actively re-establishing the body’s natural energy process. Rapid movement of waste material within the cell can then occur, greatly increasing the delivery of waste material to the organs responsible for body waste disposal. The efficiency of lymph drainage is increased as a free-flow of proteins speeds the healing process. As waste material is now more effectively moving within the body, day to day factors like eating habits, body structure, nutrition, and mental/emotional health can be addressed to provide a successful formula for restoring and then maintaining health.