Clients rave to
me on a weekly basis about the amazing results theyve gotten from
Lymphdiaral Cream - usually within the first day or two of use:
is the most effective remedy I have ever found for virtually all kinds
of skin conditions."
Amazing results have
been achieved with the following: eczema, psoriasis, skin irritation,
rapid wound healing and scars, sinusitis, tonsillitis, swollen glands,
inflammation of lymph nodes, edema, post-op healing, strains
and swelling, minor arthritis, insect bites and stings, poison
ivy, acute and chronic disorders of the lymphatic system, and lymphatic
congestion associated with radiotherapy.
The Lymphatic System consists of the body's network of lymph vessels,
lymph nodes, the spleen, the thymus gland, Waldemeyer's tonsillar ring
(pharyngeal, lingual and palatine tonsils), and the lymphoid tissue
of the intestine. The lymphatic organs contain lymphocytes, white blood
cells that play an integral role in immunity.
Lymphatic conditions consist of:
(a) Overloading of the lymphatic system with toxins, which causes an
excessive supply of fluid and congestion, or
(b) Diseases caused by injury to the lymphatic system that reduce lymphatic
Both conditions have the same result - Edema and Toxicity- and it is
important to address this problem by removing the cause, if possible,
and with lymphatic drainage (Please refer to Electro-Lymphatic Drainage).
is a homeopathic remedy, available in both drops and ointment, that
can be used effectively alone or in conjunction with lymphatic drainage.
Homeopathy is a medical system based on the belief that "like cures
like." Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, its founder, discovered that a minute
dose of a substance that caused specific symptoms in a healthy person
could cure the same symptoms in an ill person. Homeopathic remedies
are made from plant, animal and mineral substances, prepared in minute
doses to balance the body and stimulate its natural healing powers.
Homeopathic remedies are completely natural and without side-effects.
with Other Drugs
There are no known interactions with other drugs.
"For months and months I had a rash that originated on the back
of my neck and spread to my arm and my stomach. It was itchy, flaky
and at times oozed. My doctor couldn't give me a diagnosis and prescribed
a cortisone cream, but it didn't help (and I am wary of cortisone).
By the time you suggested I try Lymphdiaral, my stomach area was the
worst problem. After only two applications, the itching stopped completely.
I then forgot to use the Lymphdiaral for the next two days, but the
rash didn't worsen. I resumed applying it and within a week the rash
disappeared completely and has never returned. I am really pleased to
have been introduced to Lymphdiaral and to learn of its multitude of
uses. Thanks again."
G.T., Toronto, ON
HIV+ Client Testimonial "I have been HIV+ for 10 years. I was given Lymphdiaral Cream;
with the side effects of the drug cocktail, my skin had succumbed to
eczema and blemishes. These patches of dry or blistering skin cleared
up in just one application. I have continued to use the cream with the
same continued results."
M.F. , Toronto
Calendula (marigold), indicated for wound healing, skin inflammation,
wounds, frostbite and burns;
Conium (poison hemlock), indicated for swollen glands and neoplasms
in various organs;
Colchicum e seminibus (meadow saffron), indicated for acute and chronic
gout, acute joint rheumatism, tenysynovitis and inflammation of the
Mercurius bijodatus (mercury iodide), indicated mucosal inflammation
of the nose, throat, tonsils and eyes;
Stibium sulfuratum nigrum (black sulphide of antimony), indicated for
skin diseases and rheumatic diseases; and
Podophyllum (may-apple), indicated for tissue and connective tissue
weakness, ex. prolapse of rectum and uterus), and diseases of the hepatic
and biliary tracts.
Calendula (see above);
Condurango (condor plant), indicated for inflammation and constriction
of the oesophagus and cracked and ulcerous lips;
Phytolacca (poke-root), indicated for inflammation and diseases of the
mammary glands, mucosal inflammation, particularly of the airways, highly
febrile infections, rheumatic diseases;
Carduus marianus (St. Mary's thistle), indicated for hepatic and biliary
diseases and rheumatic pains in the shoulder and joint hips;
Chelidonium (celandine), indicated for inflammation and chronic disorders
of the hepatic and biliary system and inflammation of the respiratory
Hydrastis (golden seal), indicated for inflammation and spasms of the
hepatic and biliary tracts and the gastro-intestinal tract and mucosal
Leptandra (culver's root), indicated for inflammation of the liver and
the biliary system;
Taraxacum (dandelion), indicated for inflammation and diseases of the
hepatic and biliary system;
Arsenicum album (arsenic oxide), indicated for mild to severe inflammation
in all tissues and organs, serious infections, diseases due to wear,
and benign and malignant tissue growths;
Echinacea (purple cone-flower), indicated for adjuvant treatment of
severe and febrile infections by strengthening the immune system;
Lycopodium (club moss), indicated for inflammation of the airways, sequelae
of infectious diseases, inflammation and disorders of the hepatic and
biliary systems, various chronic and acute skin diseases, and general
Sanguinaria (blood root), indicated for rheumatic pains and inflammation
of the airways.
LYMPHDIARAL® DRAINAGE CREAM:
Medicine of the Month
Praxis Magazin (Practice Magazine) in Germany voted LYMPHDIARAL® Drainage Cream as Medicine of the Month for April 2005 - Find out why!
Practice Magazine’s jury of Dr. W. Grebe (Internist), Prof. W. Haensel (Pharmacist), and Dr. L. Koch (Physical and Rehabilitative Medicine) has unanimously voted LYMPHDIARAL® Drainage Cream as the Medicine of the Month.
LYMPHDIARAL® is an effective cream used for percutaneous lymph drainage in cases of disturbed lymph drainage due to various causes.
Lymphedema is a consequence of disturbed lymph drainage and requires treatment. Relatively seldom occurring and genetically determined primary lymphedemas are often traced back to hyper- or hypoplasias of the lymph vessels.
Secondary developing edemas are especially meaningful in clinical practice and appear after surgical operations (for example, mastectomy and removal of axillary lymph nodes), radiation therapy, and infections, or post-traumatically following an injury.
Aside from medicinal treatment, decisive pillars of treatment for lymphedema include lymph drainage, compression treatment, and physiotherapy. Manual lymph drainage is a special form of massage performed over a large surface area using gentle stroking movements to impressively reduce edema.
Lymph drainage increases angio-motor activity of the lymph vessels. This means metabolic products, cellular debris, and bacteria are better transported out of the mesenchyme to the lymph nodes, where they are broken down by lymphocytes.
LYMPHDIARAL® Drainage Cream is applied following manual lymph drainage to effectively complete the treatment. It is also medicinally applied between treatment appointments to increase and intensify the effect of manual lymph drainage.
The homeopathic components in the cream were chosen especially to treat acute and chronic swellings and edemas (see box). The infection is fought, vessel permeability is reduced, transport away of edematous fluid is accelerated, and the overall purification and detoxification processes of the lymph are improved.
Lymphatic Drainage for Sports Injuries
Medicinal lymphatic drainage treats typical sport injuries, like bruises, crushes, and tears, especially well.
An application observational study demonstrated this in 70 patients (Letzel, Ch., et al, 2000). LYMPHDIARAL® Drainage Cream and LYMPHDIARAL® Drops, both homeopathic combination preparations, were applied for 5 to 28 days immediately or within a day of the injury. The cream was applied on the injured area at an average amount of 2 cm 2.5 times per day while the drops were orally ingested at a dose of 10 drops 3 times per day.
Symptoms like bruising, pain, and limited movement were clearly reversed even after 3 to 4 days of treatment. After a week of treatment, no severe pain or bruising was evident and 68 % of patients experienced complete return of movement.
Patient judgement was clear with 93% evaluating the effectiveness of LYMPHDIARAL® as “very good” or “good”.
Infections in the Head Area: Draining Lymphatic Vessels
An additional study (Schimmel. H.W., 2000) showed that percutaneous medicinal lymph drainage quickly alleviated infections or inflammations in the head or neck area.
LYMPHDIARAL® Drainage Cream was applied over 10 days in 7350 patients having tonsillitis, infections of the retrotonsillar lymph tissue, sinusitis, cold and bronchitis, lymphadenitis in the side neck area, tonsillectomies, operations of the maxillary sinuses, tooth extractions, and operations in the tooth-jaw area.
Patients who were exclusively treated with LYMPHDIARAL® expressed subjective good improvement after 4 days. Treatment was evaluated as “very good” and “good” in 88% of cases of tonsillitis and infection of the retrotonsillar lymph tissue, in 82% of cases of sinusitis, in 82% of cases of cold and bronchitis, in 67% of cases with lymphadenitis, and in 86% of cases undergoing pre- and post-operative treatment. Treatment was also well-tolerated with only 12 patients (0.002%) having to stop medication because of local skin reactions.
In summary, the jury confirms the study results that percutaneous, medicinal lymph drainage can effectively treat many traumas, infections, and edemas.
LYMPHDIARAL® Drainage Cream supports drainage therapy in cases of lymph flow disturbances resulting from various causes as well as lymph vessel and lymph node disturbances. The cream can also be applied for scars, after radiation, for pain, and, last but not least, for cosmetic reasons, including the treatment of acne, cellulite and bags under the eyes.
Because the lymph system is involved in almost all illnesses directly or indirectly, the jury concludes that
LYMPHDIARAL® Drainage Cream can be widely used for many indications and daily in practice for the quick relief of symptoms in numerous conditions.
LYMPHDIARAL® Drainage Cream
Colchicum e seminibus D4
Mercurius bijodatus D5
Stibium sulfuratum nigrum D1
PASCOE CANADA’s User Survey found that most practitioners find greater results when LYMPHDIARAL® Drainage Cream topically is used in conjunction with LYMPHDIARAL® Drops orally.
Content and partial list of indications
Conium (Hemlock): Gland swellings and new growth in different organs
Colchicum e seminibus (Autumn Crocus): Acute and chronic gout, acute joint rheumatism, tendon sheath inflammation, visceral cavity bruises, kidney infections, gastrointestinal infections
Mercurius bijodatus (Mercury(II)iodide): Purulent mucosal membrane infections of the nose, throat, tonsils, and eyes
Stibium sulfuratum nigrum (Antimonium crudum): Skin conditions, rheumatic conditions
Calendula (Pot Marigold): Poor healing wounds, purulent skin infections, wounds involving crushes, tears, and defects, freezing and burning of the skin.
Originally published in Praxis Magazine April 2005. Translated from the original German by S. Schmidt 2007.
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