What is it?
The lymph system is a vast network that is key to a healthy immune system. It is made up of nodes, tonsils, spleen, thymus gland, lymphocytes, lymph fluid and capillaries. The main function of the lymphatic system is to aid microphages in the removal of foreign cells, microbes, toxins, and cancer cells. Physical inactivity, emotional stress, and poor nutrition will cause the blood proteins to become trapped. If toxins accumulate, the lymphatic system becomes stagnant, creating the perfect environment for disease to set in.
How does it work?
In Photon-lymphatic therapy, the therapist uses a pair of glass tubes that contain ionic chambers and gasses. These tubes are swept along the lymphatic channels of the body. The frequencies emitted from the tubes disperse photons, or little packets of energy, that cascade through the body to dissolve any obstructions and stimulate the flow of the lymph fluid throughout the body assisting in the elimination of waste. This therapy is non-invasive, safe and effective.