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Circulatory and Lymphatic Systems

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    Circulatory/Cardiovascular System

    What are the 0rgans of the Circulatory System

    How the Circulatory System Works           

    1. The circulatory system is extremely long.         

    3. Big bodies have slower heart rates.     

    4. The heart needs not a body.   

    5. Red blood cells are special.     

    7. Human blood comes in different colors — but not blue              

    Why do we draw blood from veins and not from arteries?             

    Coronary Artery Disease               

    Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) 

    Carotid Artery Disease   

    Cerebrovascular Diseases             

    Blood Clots         

    Thrombophlebitis            

    Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)      

    Pulmonary Embolism (PE)            

    Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI)           

    Aneurysm           

    When to Call Your Doctor             

    The Heart: All you need to know               

    Fast facts on heart disease           

    Statistics              

    How is the lymphatic system different from the blood vascular system?  

    The function of tonsils.  

    Tonsils  

    Adenoids             

    Some problems associated with tonsils   

    Tonsillitis              

    Glandular fever (infectious mononucleosis)         

    Quinsy  

    Do I need my tonsils taken out? 

    Some problems associated with adenoids             

    What are the symptoms of swollen, enlarged adenoids? 

    What is the treatment for enlarged adenoids?    

    A note about removing the tonsils and/or adenoids          

    WHAT CAUSES ENLARGED TONSILS OR ADENOIDS?          

    CAN’T WE JUST REMOVE THE TONSILS AND ADENOIDS? 

    HOW TO TREAT ENLARGED TONSILS AND ADENOIDS NATURALLY               

    OTHER SUPPORTIVE THERAPIES TO TRY  

    Structure             

    Function              

    Types and Locations        

    Cervical (Neck) Lymph Nodes     

    Axillary (Armpit) Lymph Nodes   

    Supraclavicular Lymph Nodes (Above the Collarbone)     

    Mediastinal Lymph Nodes            

    Inguinal (Groin) Lymph Nodes    

    Retroperitoneal Lymph Nodes  

    Mesenteric Lymph Nodes            

    Pelvic Lymph Nodes        

    Other Lymph Nodes       

    Conditions Involving Lymph Nodes           

    Infections            

    Infections Involving Lymph Nodes            

    Cancer  

    Other Conditions              

    Injuries and Trauma        

    Thymus Gland   

    Thymus Function              

    Diseases & conditions    

    Summary             

    Spleen Conditions            

    Definition            

    Where are they located?              

    What’s their function?   

    Response to infection    

    Oral immune tolerance 

    Conditions involving Peyer’s patches       

    Bacterial infections         

    Viral infection    

    Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis       

    Prion diseases   

    The bottom line 

    Types of bone marrow   

    Functions of bone marrow           

    Bone marrow and stem cells       

    Bone marrow pathology and diagnosis   

    Fatigue 

    Herbal Support for the Immune System Herbs Immune System   

    1. Turmeric         

    2. Ashwagandha              

    3. Echinacea       

    4. Siberian Ginseng         

    5. Elderberry      

    6. Garlic                

    7. Ginger             

    8. Ginkgo Biloba                

    9. Green Tea      

    Healing Your Immune System     

    Essential oils:     

    Diseases              

    Step 3: Allspice. 

    Step 4: Basil        

    Step 5: Bay Leaves.         

    Step 6: Cardamom.         

    Step 7: Cayenne Pepper  Chiles, Crushed Red Pepper, Chili Powder.          

    Step 8: Cilantro, Coriander.          

    Step 9: Cinnamon.           

    Step 10: Cloves. 

    Step 11: Cumin. 

    Step 12: Curry Powder. 

    Step 13: Dill.       

    Step 14: Ginger. 

    Step 15: Mint.    

    Step 16: Nutmeg.             

    Step 17: Oregano.            

    Step 18: Paprika.              

    Step 19: Parsley.               

    Step 20: Pepper.              

    Step 21: Rosemary.       

    Step 22: Saffron.              

    Step 23: Sage.    

    Step 24: Thyme.               

    Step 25: Turmeric.           

    Appendix 1 - Herbs and Spices

    Appendix 2 - List of Herbs

    Appendix 3 - pH balance

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