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The Lymphatic System

The lymphatic system, is an organ system that is part of the immune system, and complementary to the circulatory system. It’s  a part of a large system of lymphatic vessels, lymph nodes, organs and tissues.


Epiq'ly Contoured, lymphatic massage aides in the flow of lymph fluid which reduces swelling.

It can help treat lymphedema, in which lymphatic fluid collects in certain areas of the body because it cannot drain away effectively. As it passes through the lymph nodes, white blood cells trap and destroy harmful particles, such as bacteria.

We here at Epiq'ly Contoured offer excellent and proven products. These Blends are specifically designed to help aid the various systems and problematic areas of the body. Epiq'ly Contoured, approves of these.

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Metabolic Blend


Slimmer is a proprietary blend combining essential oils known for their powerful abilities to naturally boost metabolism. When ingested in water or other beverages, Slimmer can assist in managing cravings and reducing the desire to overeat. Diffused or applied topically, its uplifting aroma promotes a positive outlook. Combined with a sensible diet and regular physical activity, Slimmer can assist with healthy weight management.


Hepa Detox

Detoxification Blend


HepaDetox is a blend of essential oils that are known to help the liver detox and also to regenerate and rebuild liver cells. The liver must deal with everyday toxins such as drugs and alcohol, food additives, and any other poisons that find their way into the digestive system along with toxins that we breathe in or are exposed to through the skin.


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Detoxification Blend


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These are the many functions of your Lymphatic System.

Immune System Support: The lymphatic system is intimately linked with the immune system. Lymphatic vessels transport lymph, a clear fluid containing white blood cells called lymphocytes, throughout the body. Lymphocytes are vital for recognizing and fighting off infections, pathogens, and foreign substances. They help defend the body against diseases by producing antibodies, engulfing and destroying bacteria and viruses, and coordinating immune responses.

Fluid Balance and Circulation: The lymphatic system plays a critical role in maintaining fluid balance within the body. It collects excess fluid, waste products, and cellular debris from the tissues and returns them to the bloodstream. This prevents the buildup of fluid, known as lymphedema, and helps regulate the volume and composition of the body's interstitial fluid. The lymphatic system also aids in the absorption of dietary fats and fat-soluble vitamins from the intestines and transports them to the bloodstream.

Removal of Waste and Toxins: Apart from fluid balance, the lymphatic system assists in the removal of waste materials and toxins from the body. Lymph nodes, which are small bean-shaped structures found along the lymphatic vessels, filter the lymph and remove harmful substances such as bacteria, viruses, damaged cells, and cellular waste products. They help purify the lymph before it is returned to the bloodstream, reducing the risk of infections and supporting overall detoxification.

Cancer Defense: The lymphatic system serves as a highway for the spread of cancer cells in a process known as metastasis. However, it also plays a vital role in detecting and preventing the spread of cancer. Lymph nodes can trap and destroy cancer cells, acting as early warning systems. Doctors often examine lymph nodes for signs of cancer involvement to determine the stage and appropriate treatment options. Lymphatic drainage techniques are also utilized in cancer treatment to reduce swelling and improve the flow of lymph fluid.

Transportation of Immune Cells and Hormones: In addition to lymphocytes, the lymphatic system transports other immune cells, such as macrophages and dendritic cells, which are essential for immune responses. Furthermore, certain hormones and signaling molecules, such as cytokines, can travel through the lymphatic vessels, facilitating communication between different organs and tissues.

How to improve this Body's Important system

Epiq'ly Contoured Wellness studio has several ways you can support and improve the functioning of your lymphatic system. Here are some tips:

  1. Stay Active: Regular physical activity and exercise can stimulate lymphatic flow and circulation. Engaging in activities such as walking, jogging, swimming, yoga, or rebounding (jumping on a mini trampoline) can help pump lymph fluid throughout your body.

  2. Practice Deep Breathing: Deep breathing exercises help increase oxygenation and promote lymphatic drainage. Take slow, deep breaths, filling your lungs completely, and exhale slowly. Deep breathing can also help reduce stress, which is beneficial for overall health.

  3. Stay Hydrated: Proper hydration is essential for maintaining lymphatic flow. Drink an adequate amount of water throughout the day to support the transport of lymph fluid and to help flush out toxins from your body. Herbal teas and fresh fruit juices can also contribute to your hydration.

  4. Massage and Dry Brushing: Massage techniques, such as lymphatic drainage massage, can stimulate lymphatic flow. Gentle, rhythmic strokes in the direction of lymph flow can help move lymph fluid and encourage detoxification. Dry brushing, using a natural bristle brush, can also improve circulation and stimulate lymphatic drainage when done in long, sweeping motions towards the heart.

  5. Maintain a Healthy Diet: A balanced diet rich in nutrients supports overall health, including the lymphatic system. Include plenty of fresh fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins in your meals. Avoid processed foods, excessive sugar, and unhealthy fats, which can contribute to inflammation and hinder lymphatic function.

  6. Manage Stress: Chronic stress can negatively impact the lymphatic system. Incorporate stress management techniques into your daily routine, such as meditation, deep breathing exercises, yoga, or engaging in activities you enjoy. Finding ways to cope with stress can support lymphatic function.

  7. Compression Garments: Compression garments, such as stockings or sleeves, can help improve lymphatic flow in cases of lymphedema or if you experience swelling in specific areas. These garments apply gentle pressure, helping to reduce fluid buildup and improve circulation.

  8. Avoid Prolonged Sitting or Standing: Prolonged periods of sitting or standing can hinder lymphatic flow. If your job or lifestyle involves extended periods of inactivity, try to incorporate breaks to stretch, move around, or perform simple exercises to stimulate lymphatic circulation.


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