Is a common condition. Lymph makes up about 15% of the fluid in your circulatory system.
You can think of the lymph system like you would a drain in a street. When cells get rid of their cellular waste, they just excrete into the extracellular space, where lymph fluid washes it away. This lymphatic fluid drains into the lymph vessels and eventually returns to the circulation. However, like a colander, if lymph particles are too large to pass they get stuck in the tissue and pull more fluid into the space causing lymphedema.
There some reasons this occurs:
Surgical damage to lymphatics
Scars causing dysfunction in the drainage system
Tumors and scar tissue
The lymphatic fluid is too thick
The primary way our specially formulated enzymes help is by breaking down the larger compounds into smaller ones that have less viscosity and that are then able to flow through the lymphatic vessels.
The homeopathics we use also help by controlling other factors that inhibit lymphatic flow. Typically, results are seen fairly quickly within hours or days.
These enzymes MUST be taken on an empty stomach to be effective. Otherwise, they just break down food and don't get into the general circulation.
Take 1 to 2 enzymes with water on an empty stomach several times a day. If need the dosage can be increased. Empty stomach means 2 hours after a meal and at least 15 to 20 minutes before a meal.
Homeopathics can be taken with the enzymes as can any other supplements or medicine that needs to be taken on an empty stomach.