“I had breast reduction surgery and lipo under my arm. I had so much lymph fluid for weeks my stomach was measuring up to four inches bigger. It was horrible Under my arm was hard as a rock where the lymph wasn’t moving. I began taking this product and it immediately began working. My abdomen went down two inches by the next day. I’m a week out from beginning it but I would say 80 percent of my lymph fluid so gone and the hardness under my arms is about 95 percent better. I highly recommend it. I’m going to take for a few weeks until my healing is down”— Vanessa Johnson— 27, El Paso, Texas
“I have struggled with Lymphedema since childhood. My legs and feet are painfully numb due to retention. Diuretic’s will help only after days of heavy doses. This product is amazing. I am 6 weeks post-tummy tuck and was recommended to have a lymphatic massage to help with swelling. Taking 1/4 tsp of this twice a day did the trick for a fraction of the cost. It tastes good too, like honey/syrup. I take it straight and just drink water behind it to help wash it down.”— Farrah Clifford— 34, Seattle, Washington
The lymphatic system is our body's "sewerage system" which means, it helps drain toxic and unnecessary waste from your body. Let's dive in deeper.
Let’s talk about how the lymphatic System works.
The lymphatic system is a network of tissues, vessels, and organs that work together to move a colorless, watery fluid called lymph back into your circulatory system (your bloodstream). Some 20 liters of plasma flow through your body's arteries and smaller arteriole blood vessels and capillaries every day.
Yes, ginger is good for lymphatic drainage. Ginger has a specific action on the lymphatic system and its role is to help break down and release toxins and other cellular waste products. Ginger is used both in the treatment of cancer, where it’s helpful for dealing with related side effects such as nausea and vomiting.
– Julianna Perez— 39, Tampa, Florida