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Love Your Lymph - Lymphatic Herbal Massage Oil

$15.00 - $25.00

The lymphatic system functions as a route for transporting metabolic waste to channels for elimination. It is also an important component of our immune system, as it aids in the transportation of immune cells and facilitates the removal of waste and eliminated bacteria.

Unlike the heart in the circulatory system, the lymphatic system has no pump. It relies on movement and muscle contractions to circulate lymph fluid. Sometimes our everyday activities aren't enough to get things moving. Manual lymph massage is an excellent support to ensure your lymphatic system is operating optimally and is removing toxins out of our body.

This massage oil is loaded with herbs that stimulate and promote lymphatic movement, that have been infused in oils that nourish and support the skin.
Use this this massage oil over your neck, chest, breasts and behind your knees to encourage lymphatic drainage. This oil can also be used all over for a full body massage.

These herbal ingredients offer various benefits when incorporated into lymphatic massage:

Echinacea Root:
Known for its immune-boosting properties, echinacea enhances the lymphatic system's ability to combat infections and support overall immune function during lymphatic massage.

Burdock Root:
Burdock root is believed to have detoxifying properties, which can aid in the elimination of metabolic waste through the lymphatic system during massage.

Cleavers are traditionally used for promoting lymphatic drainage, helping to reduce fluid retention and support the body's natural detoxification processes.

Ginger Root:
Ginger root possesses anti-inflammatory properties that assist in reducing inflammation, promoting smoother lymphatic flow during massage.

Calendula has soothing and anti-inflammatory effects, contributing to a gentle and calming experience, aiding in reducing swelling.

Peppermint is known for its cooling and refreshing properties, which provides a pleasant sensation during lymphatic massage. It also helps alleviate tension and discomfort.

Castor oil aids in reducing inflammation, supporting detoxification, moisturizing the skin, and stimulating lymphatic flow for improved circulation.

Be sure to check out some videos on the appropriate ways to massage your lymphatic system. Always start slowly; because you could potentially circulate toxins you do not want to overdue it! Be sure to drink some fluids after, an herbal tea is a great choice.

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