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Kambo + Lymphagogic Herbs
« on: April 27, 2016, 05:58:15 pm »
We know that Kambo works on the Lymphatic system.
I was thinking of a complementary modality in which herbs which treat the lymph
are taken before kambo.

Deep breathing also gets the lymph moving.

Herbs that treat the lymph system include Cleavers, Poke Root, Marigold, and Blue Flag.

Poke Root

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Poke root is indicated in the treatment of the lymphatic system. Supporting this system is basic in most anti-cancer treatments as well as cleansing programs for a whole range of health problems. As an alterative, Poke root plays a role in helping to maintain the healthy functioning of the lymphatic system. It is especially indicated in mastitis, where it can be used internally and as a poultice. It is also an indicated remedy in the treatment of adenitis.

Changes can be induced in lymphocytes by certain plant mitogens, one of the most important being phytohaemaglutinin (PHA). It is termed a polyclonal T-cell activator because it reacts with the T-cell surface nonspecifically (i.e. not as an antigen) and produces the same series of cellular events as does antigen, locking onto its specific surface receptor. Unlike the situation with antigen stimulation where only a small fraction of the cells are sensitive, PHA transforms a major portion of the T-cells. Additionally, some B-cells are affected although their response appears to be T-cell dependent. The picture is emerging that helper T-cells are preferentially stimulated by PHA> Poke weed activates both T- and B-lymphocytes.

It appears from the above discussion on the effect Poke root has on lymphocytes that its beneficial role in cancer is a legitimate one. It may be surmised as well that a number of other opportunistic infections and diseases, such as Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) may also be beneficially treated with Poke root as one of the therapeutic agents. In lymphatic disorders, Poke root is often used in conjunction with Cleavers or Blue Flag.

https://altnature.com/library/pokeroot.htm

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Poke root has a wide range of uses and is very powerful so it is used in 1/4 of the normal doses. Poke root:

is a remedy for the lymphatic system where it promotes lymphatic drainage and circulation. It cleanses, clears toxins and fights infections. It is recommended for breast lumps and cysts and it:
  • relieves lymphatic congestion,
    swollen lymph glands,
    swollen breasts, and
    mastitis.
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http://www.herb-health-guide.com/poke-root.html

Cleavers

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The primary benefits of cleavers revolve around this herb's ability to tone the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system is responsible for the drainage and cleansing of fluid from cells, tissue, and organs, as well as for part of the body's natural anti-microbial activity, which occurs in the lymphatic glands. Therefore, lymphatic well-being is a foundation for overall well-being. Drinking a cup of cleavers herb tea, blended with marigold or echinacea, is a perfect remedy for swollen glands, tonsillitis, or any other ailment that would benefit from lymphatic drainage support like respiratory infections. Cleavers have also been traditionally used as a lymphatic tonic to alleviate ulcers and tumors, possibly because of the stimulation of fluid drainage.

Cleavers herb tea can be drunk up to three times a day during healing. It blends well with poke root, echinacea, and marigold to tone the lymphatic system

http://www.healthguideinfo.com/herbal-medicine/p58648/

Blue Flag

Maintains and cleanses lymphatic system and reduces fluid retention.


Calendula / Marigold

Reduces lymphatic congestion and swollen lymph glands.
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