If you have a child who is exhibiting extreme behaviors after strep throat, they may have a congested lymphatic system and PANDAS. You can help PANDAS by improving the Lymph-Brain Connection to help improve circulation and detoxification of cellular waste from the brain. In 2015 lymphatic vessels were found in the brain. In 2017 the major outflow of cerebrospinal fluid was found to be through lymphatic vessels. So, the lymphatic system plays a large role in maintaining the brain. PANDAS stands for pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders associated with streptococcal bacterial infections. When the lymphatic system becomes congested from the bacterial overgrowth and from the resulting buildup of cellular waste from antibiotics, it can limit circulation in the brain, similar to log jams in a river. Manually improving lymph flow in a specific manner to improve lymph flow and circulation in the brain can dramatically improve the natural detoxification of cellular waste to help how your child feels, thinks and heals.


John Ossipinsky