The lymphatic system works to nourish, cleanse, and protect tissues and organs throughout the body. The circulatory system has a pump to move the blood throughout the body. Unlike the circulatory system, the lymphatic system has no pump to move toxins along. It relies on muscular movement and reflexology to keep the systems clean. Think of the lymphatic system as our sewage system.
When the lymphatic reflexes are worked, several things happen:
Infection fighting cells in the body are mobilized.
Disease fighting cells in the body are mobilized.
Toxic wastes are removed.
The cornea is flushed.
Circulation is increased.
The body’s resistance to disease is raised.
The lymphatic system reflex points are located in several places on both feet. The outside edge of the foot, from the base of the smallest toe down to the bottom of the heel is a popular point. A second point is located on the tops of both feet where the the foot bends to meet the ankle. This point extends across this bend in the foot from the outer ankle to the inner ankle. A third point is located between toes at the base of each toe.
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