Remedies For Swollen Lymph Nodes

  • Charles Tennant
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  • 03/10/2016
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    You will find lymph nodes throughout the body, and they are a vital part of the immune system. They aid in recognizing germs in the body and helps to fight them. When the lymph nodes swell, it causes a problem called lymphadenitis or lymphadenopathy. Lymph nodes are located in common areas which include the back of the head, behind the ears, under the jaw and chin, armpits, neck, and groin. You can incorporate changes in your lifestyle and remedies for the treatment of this condition.

    Natural home remedies to treat swollen lymph nodes


    Massage is an effective remedy for lymph nodes treatment. It helps lymph nodes function normally by stimulating them. This helps the swelling subside, and reduce the node impurities accumulation. Use your fingers or hire a professional to massage the nodes gently for five minutes. Repeat twice or three times a day until swelling disappears.


    The anti-inflammatory and antibiotic properties in garlic help reduce lymph nodes swelling. It also helps in cleansing the system, easing symptoms and promoting healing. Eat two or three garlic cloves a day. Use garlic oil to massage the swollen nodes, two to three times a day.

    Apple cider vinegar

    This is an effective treatment for swollen lymph nodes. It aids to maintain a healthy pH level in your body by creating an alkaline environment. It is also antibacterial, a property that helps in fighting infections that could be causing the swell. Mix same amounts of water and raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar. Soak a washcloth in the mixed solution and apply it on the swollen nodes. Wait for five minutes, rinse off with warm water and pat dry. Do this 1-2 times daily. You can also mix raw honey and one tablespoon of unfiltered apple cider vinegar in a glass of water, and drink two times a day.


    This is also an effechoneeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeetive remedy for treating lymph nodes. The anti-inflammatory property in honey aids in easing swelling and pain. The antibacterial property also helps in fighting infections that may be causing the problem. Mix
    fresh lemon juice in a cup and 1-2 teaspoons of raw honey in a glass of water. Take two times daily for one week. You can also apply raw honey on affected area, leave for 10-15 minutes then rinse using warm water. Repeat twice or three times a day till the swelling is gone.

    These home remedies are effective in the treatment of lymph nodes swelling. However, if the swelling continues to enlarge and lasts for a prolonged period, you can seek medical help.…