Our immune system includes
-Physical barriers such as skin, mucous membranes, and stomach acid.
-Antibodies (produced by B-cell lymphocytes)
The lymphatic system is part of both the circulatory and immune systems.
The main role of the lymphatic system is the transport of cells of the immune system during the activation of immunity, lipids, as well as the introduction of various objects into the systemic circulation.
The functions of the lymphatic system complement those of the circulatory system as it regulates the balance of fluids in the body and filters pathogens from the blood.
Zalmanov's turpentine baths improve the conditions for the movement of cerebrospinal fluid, starting from the moment of its formation
At the same time, Zalmanov's baths improve blood microcirculation, metabolism and the vital activity of the whole organism.