What does your Lymphatic System do?
Your lymphatic system is the body's internal filtration mechanism. It is designed to rid your blood of acidic, toxic waste and viruses.
Without it your cells, tissues and organs become overloaded with toxins, causing many illnesses and disease.
Lymph nodes are strategically located throughout the lymphatic system for optimal performance, and can be found clustered in areas such as under the arms, around the abdomen, neck and behind the knees.