The German scientist Michael Földi has mentioned that any swelling, whatever the reason, means that the lymphatic system is overloaded. If you are concerned about swelling, we would like to draw your attention to the Lympho Transit product line developed by Evalar, which improves lymph movement1. It includes drink concentrate, effervescent tablets and a new2 complex in capsules with enhanced2,3 natural4 ingredients. Lympho Transit capsules contain 8 herbal extracts, angioprotectors (hesperidin and quercetin) and mint oil. The complex shall be taken 1 time a day, and one pack will be enough for a 15-day treatment course.1

One of the main functions of the lymphatic system is drainage or removal of excess fluid, proteins, lipids, bacteria, dead cells, metabolic products and toxins useless or harmful to the body from the intercellular space.5 In case the drainage function of the lymphatic vessels is impaired, the fluid is accumulated in the tissues along with other “garbage”. This condition results in swelling, while accumulated toxins affect the body, disturb metabolic processes in cells and tissues and make the skin prone to inflammation and infection due to the loss of its firmness and elasticity.

Lympho Transit capsules contain 11 plant origin ingredients:

  • 8 herbal extracts (cherry stalks, corn silks, burdock root, nettle root, bearberry, green tea, aloe and cat’s claw);

  • natural angioprotectors (quercetin and hesperidin);

  • mint oil.

Due to a synergistic effect, Lympho Transit capsules:1

  • mprove lymph movement and reduce swelling;

  • support the lymphatic, circulatory and immune systems;

  • detox the body;

  • have a diuretic and anti-inflammatory effect.

Ask for Lympho Transit and other medicines in Evalar’s pharmacies and other pharmacies of the country. They are also available on our Web site and on Fitomarket.


1Confirmed by the Certificate of registration.

2In the stock list of “Evalar” JSC.

3If compared with Lympho Transit drink concentrate.

4By active ingredient.

5 M.A. Titova, M.S. Kaligin. Human lymphatic system: study guide/Kazan: Art Print Service, 2017, p. 6.