Lymphatic Benefits and the Color Green

Part of Holistic Health is the “Wallpaper,” of my business, is getting out and enjoying the day. The beautiful scenery, fresh air, exercise and while doing this, a great way to meditate. Forget your worries. your phones and enjoy each day.

Color, effects our lives every day. We don’t our can be introduced into our lives in many ways, now we are seeing lots of GREEN.

The color green represents, Harmony in the heart center. It strengthens without over stimulating. It helps when troubled by heart issues, helps lower blood pressure, and neuralgic headaches, ulcers, influenza, head colds, wound healing and breast cancer. Its specific treatment points are the head, eyes, heart and abdomen. I recommend green colors to the grey tones:

Sherwin Williams color Sea Salt, and Healing Aloe. Paint your rooms, sheets, pillows, etc., have the serenity and harmony that helps you inside and out.

Our Lymphatic System helps cleanse and protect our body from invading bacterial substances. It prevents them from entering the general circulation. The Lymph System does not have its own circulatory pump, like the heart, for example. It relies on the movement of the muscles to move lymphatic fluid around the body.

If the lymph system becomes congested with toxins, acids, and drugs it cannot perform its tasks at full potential.

Symptoms of clogged Lymphatics are Throat, Tonsils, swollen glands, and sometimes cysts.

Dry Skin Brushing eliminates congestion through the skin.

Saunas, eliminates toxins through the skin.

Exercise: Full body exercise propels the Lymph Fluid around the body.

Massage, particularly the throat, underarms, chest and groin help relieve congestion in the breast.

Massaging the reflex points, found on the top of each foot, between the base of the big and second toes, will release lymphatic drainage.

Nutrition: Potassium is the mineral for the lymph system. Some foods containing potassium are: swiss chard, cremini mushrooms, spinach, broccoli, tomatoes, kale, carrots, beets, turmeric and romaine.

Everyday: When you are bathing or get in the shower, message your underarms when you wash.

Nighttime: Before bed, try dry skin brushing your skin. You will need a long handle natural bristle brush. The technique is to brush upward starting from the bottom of your ankles up. You will be surprised as to how soft this process makes your skin feel and look. You will also boosting your immune system and lymphatic system.

Remember to “make a memory every day, and don’t apologize for who you are. Rebecca