Edema is the carrying of excess fluid. Lymphedema is the carrying of excess lymph gland fluid. This is commonly a side effect of chemotherapy. The difference between the two is there is a limited way to remove lymph gland fluid without vigorous work but this essential oil worked easily.
The difference between water retention and lymph gland fluid retention is that the lymph gland fluid cannot be removed by water pills like "Lazix". Lazix removes the water from the body and therefor, in some way it may relieve a person who has too much fluid on their body but it does not remove the lymph gland fluid.
Brad stopped taking Lazix because it was dehydrating him when he needed fluids to help his digestive system. It did nothing to remove the lymphatic fluids. The doctors and nurses would say "At least it's getting rid of some of the fluid." Really??? I am so jaded by all I have seen in the oncology world. There are ways of removing the fluid holistically. Ginger essence is astonishing. Dry brushing is also fantastic. Search for it on Youtube.
GINGER ESSENCE took away so much lymph fluid from Brad's body in such a short time. I wish we had known this secret earlier on.
8 drops of ginger essence mixed with 2 tbls of coconut oil warmed up a bit and then rubbed on all over his body (paying special attention to the armpits, backs of the knees, inside of elbows, the bend where the leg and foot meet, the neck and collar bone) took away most of the fluid within 2 days. Hospice care nurses were amazed to see this, especially knowing Brad had refused the water retention medication.
Care must be taken around the genitals and all tender areas when using this essence, as with every essential oil. Avoid nipples, anus, eyes, ears, lips. Avoid the orifices. A skin test is advised for sensitivity.
Dry brushing is when you take something like a nail brush or a back scrubber and brush all over your body, aiming toward the kidneys. So, from the feet brush up toward the ankles then from the ankles toward the knees and on up the leg keeping the brushing in an upward direction. Next to the butt and finally to the kidneys. Then do the same with the hands to the wrists, to the elbows and on up the arms. After that, go downward on the neck, inward on the collarbone, down the chest and belly then finally to the kidneys. What you will be doing is pushing the lymphatic fluid toward the kidneys to remove the fluid. The video goes into great detail.
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