Revitalizing Lung Health: My Journey with Lymphatic Drainage

Discover how I tackled Long COVID's lung issues using targeted lymphatic drainage techniques. Learn about my unique approach to health and wellness.


8/8/20239 min read

rife frequencies
rife frequencies

Welcome to my journey towards better health. If you've been following my story, you know that I've been navigating the complex world of Long COVID, exploring various methods to alleviate my symptoms and improve my overall well-being. One of the significant challenges I faced was an issue with my right lung, which seemed to be inactive and not draining properly. This led me to delve into the intricate workings of our body's lymphatic system and its crucial role in lung health.

The lymphatic system, often overlooked, plays a vital role in our body's ability to heal and protect itself. It's a network of tissues and organs that help rid the body of toxins, waste, and other unwanted materials. In the lungs, the lymphatic system's role is even more critical. It helps maintain fluid balance and plays a significant part in our immune response. However, when this system isn't working as it should, it can lead to a host of health issues, including the problem I was facing with my right lung.

In this blog post, I'll share my journey of how I managed to activate the right side of my lung, the research I found, and the unique method I used to target the lymphatics of my lungs. My hope is that my experience might provide some insights for others facing similar health challenges.

Understanding the Lymphatic System of the Lungs: What Role Does It Play in Our Health?

Before we delve into the specifics of my journey, it's essential to understand the lymphatic system and its role in our bodies. The lymphatic system is a complex network of vessels, tissues, and organs that circulate a fluid called lymph throughout the body. This system is our body's unsung hero, playing a crucial role in removing waste products and carrying white blood cells that help fight infections.

Now, you might be wondering, what does this have to do with our lungs?

Well, the lymphatic system in the lungs, much like elsewhere in the body, is a crucial part of our immune defense. It consists of two primary components: the bronchopulmonary lymph nodes and the tracheobronchial nodes.

The bronchopulmonary lymph nodes, located within the lungs, act as filters for the lymph fluid, trapping bacteria, viruses, and other harmful substances that we might inhale. On the other hand, the tracheobronchial nodes, located near the trachea (or windpipe), serve a similar function, helping to filter the lymph fluid before it returns to the bloodstream.

In simple terms, these nodes act as security checkpoints, ensuring that harmful substances don't get a free ride in our bloodstream. However, when these nodes or the lymphatic vessels in the lungs aren't functioning correctly, it can lead to health issues, including the problem I was facing with my right lung. But how did I discover this, and what did I do about it? Let's delve into that next.

The Problem: An Inactive Right Lung - What Impact Does It Have on Health?

My journey to understanding the lymphatic system of the lungs began with a personal health issue. I noticed that my right lung seemed inactive and wasn't draining properly. This was a cause for concern, as our lungs are vital organs that supply our bodies with the oxygen we need to survive and function daily.

This issue with my right lung was more than just a minor inconvenience. It had a significant impact on my health and daily life. I experienced shortness of breath, fatigue, and a general feeling of discomfort. Simple tasks became challenging, and my overall quality of life was affected. So how did I figure out that my lungs were not draining properly? I started searching the web to find out how the lungs drain. And that led me to the discovery that the lungs were in fact draining from lymphatic nodes. Who would have thought? LoL. I've learned a lot during this long covid journey and I think that this piece of the puzzle was a gigantic step in the right direction as you'll read in the next few chapters.

I knew I needed to find a solution, but traditional medical approaches didn't seem to offer the answers I was looking for. This led me to explore alternative methods and delve deeper into understanding the workings of the lymphatic system in the lungs. My research and subsequent actions form the crux of my journey, which I'll share in the following sections.

The Solution: Targeting the Lymphatics with Rife Frequencies - Can It Really Help?

In my quest for a solution, I came across several methods that could potentially help stimulate the lymphatic system. One of these was lymphatic drainage massage, a specialized form of massage that encourages the natural drainage of the lymph. Another method involved using castor oil, a natural oil with anti-inflammatory properties, and massaging it around the body, particularly in areas where lymph drainage occurs. I'd like to add that although Castor Oil is quite messy, It is the only substance on earth that can assist with helping move your lymph. I repeat Castor Oil is the only substance that is able to help move lymphatic fluid. The exact product link that I've chosen is the one that I use and is the best brand for Castor oil. While these methods can be effective, they require consistent effort and can be quite messy, especially in the case of castor oil massages. Doing lymphatic drainage massages would cost about $120 per hour or more in most cases, and dont forget to tip your masseuse, and doing them would soon amount to the same price as my Rife System which I already had. But if you can afford this great massage you should definitely do it.

However, the method that caught my attention and seemed the most promising was using Rife frequencies. For those unfamiliar with the concept, Rife frequencies are specific frequencies of sound that, according to some theories, can resonate with and impact specific areas of the body. This method was developed by Royal Raymond Rife, an American inventor known for his work in optics, electronics, radiochemistry, biochemistry, ballistics, and aviation.

In my case, I used the Rife system to target the lymphatics of my right lung. The Rife system I used, known as the Spooky 2, allowed me to set specific frequencies that could potentially stimulate the lymphatic system in my lung. I ran specific frequencies, which I've included as pictures in this blog, for several months.

But did it work? Let's delve into the results in the next section.

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rife frequencies

My Personal Experience

when I started the frequency for lymph drainage and clearing I could immediately feel a tingling underneath my right side lung area. I knew the frequencies I had put were working and I could feel things moving. I have attached the frequencies that I used in the pictures of this blog for future reference. The presets that I used for these frequencies were healing Remote JW and I switched to Manuel Mallo Healing to try both out. So you can decide which one works for you. For those that do not know what I am talking about let me explain what Remode Mode is for the Spooky 2, Basically every month when I cut my fingernails I use one plastic sticker provided and wrap my fingernail in it, when you purchase the system and put in the remote attachments to the Spooky2. The spooky2 runs frequencies targeted at your fingernail DNA and sends the frequencies that you choose in the programs directly to your body. The frequencies can transmit quite a long distance. For me personally I think the maximum ranges are a few miles and can be even more, but I find that large mountains can block the signals. For example when driving to Los Angeles I could tell after I passed the mountains I didn't feel the frequencies anymore. I've been running my spooky2 24 hours a day for the last 2 years, I've only had to turn it off a few times due to power outages that were scheduled by the Electric company for street maintenance.

I ran these frequencies everyday for two weeks on and 1 week off and I was so happy the first time that I tried it. Only after the 2nd day of using these exact frequencies I felt an instant relief in my right shoulder area and I could feel the draining. Who knew that Long Covid was caused by mucus or lymphatic fluid that could not drain properly!! I could slowly feel the nagging of my right shoulder blade slowly diminish, The pain wasnt bad but it was just a nagging feeling around that area. I knew that after I used these frequencies the problem was definitely a lymph drainage issue. Somewhere along the line of my lymphatic system covid probably clogged up or damaged an area. I've also included two links in the previous chapter about how doctors are recommending lymphatic drainage massage to their patients so I recommend you check out those youtube videos as well. If this is the first time you've heard about this for treating long covid, I understand it took me a while too but being the guy that I am I searched every corner of the internet to find out what works and what I could try. I hope this information helps you on your journey to becoming long covid free. And I also hope you check out my ebook which has the 3 supplements i used to help rebuild my immune system and bring myself back to equilibrium. In addition to using the rife system I used my supplements that I recommended in the previous blog post here. If you're a smoker or were previously a smoker whether cigarettes, Marijuana, or vaping I highly recommend getting the Spooky2 just for lymphatic cleaning alone. Your lungs can do the job of cleaning out everything but after a few years of constant toxins being eliminated through your lymphatic lung drainage system I can understand why such an issue would arise someday for people around my age. I mean think about it, If you're middle aged like I am theres probably a lot of times where you've done things that you wished you hadnt now knowing what it has caused to your body. Like for example me smoking marijuana in my 20's and 30's, cigarettes at clubs or whatever. It all adds up and at one point in your life somewhere along the way something might get stuck. Oh but here's an even bigger threat that not many people are aware of or know, The constant canadian smoke fire that's being spread across the United States every single day. You'd probably won't even know about it, but it's in the air and these fires have been going on since June 8th, 2023 and they are still going on right now.

My right side lung was definitely getting better day by day, It took almost 1 entire month of running frequencies and taking my mix of L Cysteine and Nac to get the job done. I am still taking these supplements to maintain my lung health to keep the mucus out. Finding these frequencies and recalling the lymphatic drainage massage issues took a while for me to figure out what frequencies I needed to use. I'm just so happy that I can share what I've discovered with you today. This journey has taken over 2 years and the things that I have figured out along the way with my rife and supplements was just apart of that journey. I really hope that the information you find here will help you.

Conclusion: A Journey Towards Better Health - What Can You Do?

Looking back on my journey, I am reminded of the importance of proactive health management. When faced with a health issue that traditional methods couldn't fully address, I took it upon myself to research, learn, and experiment with alternative solutions. It was a challenging process, but it was also empowering. I was able to take control of my health and find a solution that worked for me.

My experience with my right lung and the lymphatic system is just one example of how we can take an active role in our health. Whether it's through learning about our bodies, researching potential treatments, or trying out new health technologies, there are many ways we can advocate for our health and wellness.

I hope that my story inspires you to take a proactive approach to your health. Remember, you are the best advocate for your health, and it's never too late to start taking steps towards better health and wellness. Whether you're dealing with a minor health issue or a more serious condition, remember that there are always options and resources available to you. Don't be afraid to explore them.

In the end, our health is our most valuable asset. Let's do all we can to protect and improve it.


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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

  1. What is the lymphatic system? The lymphatic system is a network of tissues and organs that help rid the body of toxins, waste, and other unwanted materials. It is crucial for our immune system and overall health.

  2. How does the lymphatic system work in the lungs? The lymphatic system in the lungs helps to remove excess fluid and waste products from the lung tissue. It includes the bronchopulmonary lymph nodes and the tracheobronchial nodes.

  3. What was the problem with your right lung? I experienced an issue with my right lung not draining properly, which had a significant impact on my health and daily life.

  4. How did you solve this issue? I used the Rife system to target the lymphatics of my right lung with specific frequencies. This approach, along with other methods like lymphatic drainage massage and the use of Castor oil, helped to improve the drainage in my right lung.

  5. What is the Rife system? The Rife system uses specific frequencies to target different areas of the body. It can be used to address a variety of health issues and is a non-invasive method of treatment.

  6. What can I do to improve my health? It's important to take an active role in your health. This can include learning about your body, researching potential treatments, trying out new health technologies, and advocating for your health needs. It's never too late to start taking steps towards better health and wellness.