Lymphomax is an all-herbal formula designed to nourish the body's lymphatic system, which helps support the immune and respiratory systems.
From Nature's Sunshine - Outstanding Remedy for Stagnant and Congested Lymphatics.
- Provides chlorophyllin, an antioxidant.
- Is a unique combination of time-honored herbals.
How It Works:
Lymphomax contains several herbals, including chamomile flowers and echinacea root that have been traditionally used to support the respiratory and urinary systems. Additionally, the chlorophyll in this formula provides antioxidant support. The other herbals in this formula have time honored traditional uses that add benefits to this formula.
Mullein leaves, bayberry root bark, clivers aerial parts, plantain leaves, alfalfa aerial parts, chamomile flowers, echinacea root, yarrow aerial parts, garlic bulb, red root, lobelia aerial parts and chlorophyll.
Take two capsules with breakfast and two capsules with lunch daily.
As its name implies, Lymphomax is a remedy for the lymphatic
system. It works to promote better lymphatic drainage,
to reduce fluid retention in the tissues and to shrink swollen
lymph nodes. It is also alterative, meaning it works to relieve
stagnation. It also clears up congestion and excess mucus production
in the body. Lymphomax also has a blood purifying
effect for low grade infections and fevers.
Some of the specific health conditions
Lymphomax may help
to improve include: mumps, tonsillitis, chronic sore throats,
swollen lymph nodes, enlarged spleen, frequent ear infections
(especially in adults), chronic sinus and respiratory congestion,
low grade infections, cysts, and low grade fevers or heat in the
It contains the following herbs:
Mullein Leaves (Verbascum thapsus)
Although mullein is typically thought of as a respiratory
remedy, it is a gentle alterative and lymphatic cleanser. It softens
hardened tissues in the lungs and lymphatics.
Bayberry Root Bark (Myrica cerifera)
An excellent astringent for the mucus membranes, bayberry
is used to reduce excessive mucus secretions and to "cut" sticky
mucus so it can be more easily expelled from the body.
Cleavers Herb (Galium aparine)
Cleavers is a gentle, but effective, kidney and lymphatic
remedy. It promotes lymphatic drainage and shrinks swollen
lymph nodes in children. Its action as a non-irritating
diuretic make it useful for bladder inflammation, cystitis, and
Plantain Herb (Plantago major)
A tissue healing herb, plantain pulls pus and infection out
of wounds. It can also help to eliminate hardened mucus from
the lungs. It promotes lymphatic drainage and helps fight
infection in the lymphatic system, as evidenced by its ability
to shrink cysts.
Alfalfa Herb (Medicago sativa)
An alterative and nutritive, alfalfa nourishes the blood and
alkalizes the body.
Chamomile Flowers (Matricaria recutita)
Possessing anti-inflammatory properites, chamomile helps
ease stress and tension while reducing heat in the body.
Echinacea Root (Echinacea purpurea)
Well known for its immune stimulating properties, echinacea
is a blood purifer and lymphatic enhancer. It has been used for
boils, blood poisoning, tonsillitis, cystitis, and other diseases
involving lymphatic congestion and toxins or infection in the
blood and lymph.
Yarrow Flowers (Achillea millefolium)
Another outstanding lymphatic herb, yarrow is used for fevers
and wound healing. It helps resolve deep "heat in the blood"
or low grade chronic inflammation. It also reduces stagnation
in the blood and lymph.
Garlic Bulb (Allium sativum)
A wonderful infection fighter, garlic is primarily used for
fighting infections in the respiratory tract. It also clears toxins
from the lymphatics.
Red Root (Ceanothus americanus)
Red root is a remedy that works primarily on the spleen and
the lymphatics. It is an excellent remedy for swollen lymph
glands, lymphatic stagnation, enlargement of the spleen, and
Lobelia Herb (Lobelia inflata)
A powerful antispasmodic nervine, lobelia relaxes tissues.
It also promotes lymphatic drainage and helps expel mucus
from the lungs.
Chlorophyll (Sodium Copper Chlorophyllin)
Chlorophyll is the green "blood" of plants and acts as a
blood purifier and alterative.
The suggested dose for Lymphomax is two capsules twice
daily. However, for acute or serious conditions the dose could
be increased to two capsules every two to four hours. Lymphomax
should be taken with ample amounts of pure water
(6-8 glasses per day) for maximum effectiveness.
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