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Lymphatic draining is a circulatory therapy that acts directly on the lymphatic system, it eliminates toxins and maintains the complete immune system in its optimum state.

It consists of a series of very gentle manoeuvres based on a profound study of anatomy and the physiology of the lymphatic system. These manoeuvres are carried out in order to drain or move the lymph -which may be immobile as a result of any illness- to healthy lymphatic areas so that it discharge normally into the blood stream. Manual lymphatic draining is applied to drain proteins from lymphatic oedemas that are not able to be drained using instruments (for example, pressotherapy, vacunotherapy, etc.).