Lymph is a slightly yellowish liquid circulating in the lymphatic vessels, which run throughout the body. This liquid contains plasma close to that of blood. There are white blood cells and lymphocytes in it.
Using the stiff brush removes dead skin and activates lymph. It is recommended to use it all over the body and face. Rub or brush until the skin turns red. Do so; from the knee to the groin, from the ankle to the knee and from the foot to the ankle. Then from elbow to shoulder, from wrist to elbow and from hand to wrist. For the trunk, perform the movements to the armpits and groins, where the main nodes are located.
Plants, barks and berries are also suggested to clean the lymph. Tinctures containing: acacia gum, aloe, kelp, cabbage, chaparral, iceberg lettuce, Irish moss, lemon balm, lobelia, oat straw, Oregon grape root, pine oil, sage, bark sumac, thyme, tormentilla, uva ursi, wheatgrass and black cherry bark are all great.