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What can I take for swollen lymph nodes

Swollen lymph nodes

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Water.

The primary reason for any inflammation has as a primary cause or contributing factor... dehydration...

Target 1oz/1lb/day of water, moving up to 2oz/lb/day.

So if you weight 100lbs, start out with 100 oz./day, moving up to 2oz./day.

My intake for years runs between 1.5-2+ oz./day.

There's other tech than can also be used, like Aqueous EDTA... made in your kitchen with a Vitamix/Blendtec which removes all toxic minerals/metals which serves as seeds (like sand in an oyster makes a pearl) around which structures form that produce inflammation.

Also pruning all animal products almost always produces near instant, profound reduction of inflammation.

Then there's using simple tech like Ascorbate + Niacin + DMSO in water which when ingested... reverses existing oxidation, then over time forms a systemic oxidation buffering system, all the way to cellular interiors.

If all this is... new tech to you... find someone who's been working with this... approach... for decades... put them on your payroll forever...


Answered a year ago

Swollen lymph nodes can be caused by a variety of conditions, including infections (such as the common cold or mononucleosis), autoimmune disorders (such as rheumatoid arthritis or lupus), and cancer. The treatment for swollen lymph nodes will depend on the underlying cause.

If the swollen lymph nodes are caused by an infection, a course of antibiotics may be prescribed. Over-the-counter pain relievers such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen can be used to reduce pain and inflammation. Drinking plenty of fluids and getting enough rest can also help the body fight off the infection.

If the swollen lymph nodes are caused by an autoimmune disorder, treatment may include medications to reduce inflammation and suppress the immune system, as well as therapies to manage the specific symptoms of the disorder.

In cases of cancer, treatment options include surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy, which should be prescribed by a oncologist.

It is important to consult with a medical professional to determine the underlying cause of the swollen lymph nodes and receive an appropriate treatment.


Answered a month ago

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