Effective cleansing via the lymphatic system

Marina Hahlweg, non-medical practitioner, Berlin

INTRODUCTION
Ladies and Gentlemen,
When I started to work with BIcom therapy I read the RTI volumes of the colloquia with interest. I tried many things, copied them, and finally found my own successful method. And this I can tell any beginner: It works for the good of your patients!
But the following thoughts always disturbed me:

I do not like taking medicines. And many other people also do not like taking them.
After at most three days I forget to take medication. And even more so if I was supposed to take it three times daily.
Whoever works full time will also be in this position. (Is medication for removing poisons taken to the office?)
I do not like alcoholic medication. What happens to dried out alcoholics, who do not tell me that they have a problem? And what happens to children?

How can we detoxify patients in spite of this?

WHOLE BODY COMPRESS
On my long quest I found something that works fast for me and my patients!
I w...

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What role does the lymphatic system play in the treatment of chronically ill patients?

Bettina Decher, Naturopath, Frankfurt, Germany
Part I
Structure and function of the lymph system
Lymphology
The term 'lymphology' is understood as the study of the structure and function of the lymph system. We further differentiate between 'lymphangiology' and 'lymphadenology'.
1. Lymphangiology describes the anatomy, function and pathophysiology of the lymphatic vascular system.
Relationships between the lymph and blood vessel system:

lymph: a very special fluid (historical derivation, composition, quantity, transportation, speed of flow, drive)
the Lymph Obligatory Load (LOL) (water, cell load, fat load and protein load)
transmural fluid and substance exchange
filtration and reabsorption
tasks fulfilled by the lymph system:
drainage function
immune function
transportation function
the significance of the interstitium

2. Lymphadenology concerns the lymph nodes, tonsils, spleen, thymus, Peyer's patches and bone marrow and is closely related to the fields of Immunology, Haema...

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