It’s time for ✨SOLUTION #1✨ in my lymphatic stagnation series! This is the first of several posts about ways you can get your lymph pumping. Check 👈🏽back to parts 1 & 2 for more info about why this is so important✔️
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All red-staining foods are EXCELLENT lymph-movers. In fact, many plants that were historically used as dyes (such as berries, cherries, beets and turmeric) were commonly used as lymph-movers in traditional Eastern medicine when symptoms of stagnation would arise. The herb “Manjistha” is a deep red root used as both a dye and a medicine that is well known in Ayurveda for its great lymph-circulating properties. In Ayurveda, the study of rejuvenation and longevity is actually called “rasayana,” or “study of the lymph!” If Ayurveda has used the words “lymph” and “longevity” interchangeably for 3000 years, it absolutely deserves our attention.
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Part of the reason these pigmented, red foods are so therapeutic is that the compounds responsible for their color (such as betalain and anthocyanin) are powerful antioxidants and anti-inflammatory agents. Antioxidants generally work their magic within the lymphatic system, which is just one more reason to fill your plate with fruits and veg! Ayurveda’s wisdom about the red root Manjistha was recently backed up by Western science when it was found to provide powerful liver support when subjects were exposed to high levels of of toxic chemicals. One mechanism by which Manjistha was found to do this was by boosting the liver’s production of glutathione. Glutathione is often called the body’s “master antioxidant” - and as I said, antioxidants shine bright in the lymphatic system! Deeply pigmented Manjistha was also shown in two separate studies to out-perform even the most powerful antioxidants used in clinical settings, such as EDTA and vitamin E.
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In Ayurveda, certain red fruits are better at different times of the year. Of course, you can eat these whenever you’d like, but it’s good to keep in mind. Berries and cherries are perfect for spring/summertime, pomegranates are the lymph movers for the fall, and beets + cranberries support healthy lymphatic flow in the winter.
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  • organic_oliviaIt’s time for ✨SOLUTION #1✨ in my lymphatic stagnation series! This is the first of several posts about ways you can get your lymph pumping. Check 👈🏽back to parts 1 & 2 for more info about why this is so important✔️
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    All red-staining foods are EXCELLENT lymph-movers. In fact, many plants that were historically used as dyes (such as berries, cherries, beets and turmeric) were commonly used as lymph-movers in traditional Eastern medicine when symptoms of stagnation would arise. The herb “Manjistha” is a deep red root used as both a dye and a medicine that is well known in Ayurveda for its great lymph-circulating properties. In Ayurveda, the study of rejuvenation and longevity is actually called “rasayana,” or “study of the lymph!” If Ayurveda has used the words “lymph” and “longevity” interchangeably for 3000 years, it absolutely deserves our attention.
    .
    Part of the reason these pigmented, red foods are so therapeutic is that the compounds responsible for their color (such as betalain and anthocyanin) are powerful antioxidants and anti-inflammatory agents. Antioxidants generally work their magic within the lymphatic system, which is just one more reason to fill your plate with fruits and veg! Ayurveda’s wisdom about the red root Manjistha was recently backed up by Western science when it was found to provide powerful liver support when subjects were exposed to high levels of of toxic chemicals. One mechanism by which Manjistha was found to do this was by boosting the liver’s production of glutathione. Glutathione is often called the body’s “master antioxidant” - and as I said, antioxidants shine bright in the lymphatic system! Deeply pigmented Manjistha was also shown in two separate studies to out-perform even the most powerful antioxidants used in clinical settings, such as EDTA and vitamin E.
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    In Ayurveda, certain red fruits are better at different times of the year. Of course, you can eat these whenever you’d like, but it’s good to keep in mind. Berries and cherries are perfect for spring/summertime, pomegranates are the lymph movers for the fall, and beets + cranberries support healthy lymphatic flow in the winter.
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