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The lymphatic system plays a crucial role in maintaining the overall health of the body by draining toxins, balancing fluids, and boosting immunity. It is present in all major organs of the body, including the endocrine and cardiovascular systems. This system helps in regulating blood pressure, breathing, and fighting infections.
Ayurveda recognizes the importance of the lymphatic system and believes that a balance of Rasa dhatu, the body's basic water (lymphatic fluid and plasma), is necessary for optimal functioning. Rasa dhatu is governed by the water element and Kapha Dosha balance in the body. According to Ayurveda, clear and free-flowing rasa dhatu is essential for proper waste removal and immunity.
Ayurvedic doctors can help individuals suffering from lymphatic disorders by devising a personalized detoxification plan, incorporating exercise, and suggesting cleansing therapies such as Lymphatic drainage massage. Based on the individual's health condition, Ayurvedic medicines may also be recommended.
Ayurveda emphasizes that indicators of healthy lymphatic function include clear skin, moist eyes, minimal mucus production, and light-colored urine. Ayurvedic experts suggest developing a lifestyle that promotes healthy lymphatic function, such as practicing yoga, eating a balanced diet, and getting enough rest.
The lymphatic system is connected to the blood and can affect all body tissues, cells, spleen, kidneys, lungs, hearts, and the urinary system. Disorders of the lymphatic system can result in various diseases, such as anaemia, sickle cell anaemia, lymphatic system disorders, lymphadenitis, lymphangitis, lymphedema, lymphocytosis, Hodgkin's Disease, tonsillitis, and edema.
Ajna Chakra - 3dr eye chakra
Kapha dosha - Fire
Emotions that Block
blocking any emotions, fear, resentment, anger, attachment