This worked for a lump the size of a walnut in my inguinal lymph that the Dr's had no idea what to do about, and my husband, when his entire neck's lymph nodes blew up like a balloon, and the hospital had nothing to help him...
For mine, I combined with dry brushing as suggested above, and lots and lots of water.
Some additional possible resources:
You may also want to take a look at therapeutic baths such as Hydrogen Peroxide/Epsom Salt/baking soda. There are numerous recipes in the bath forum, the hydrogen therapies FAQ's and Ask Moreless Alkalizing forum. It is imporatnt to look for the specifics since there are precautions to be taken. [such as the importance to follow up with a cold shower]
I recently also ran into this, have not tried it, but thought I'd put it here for you to consider as another possible tool in your box:
Lymph System Stimulation and Circulation
"This one will never fail to get the job done on whichever part of the body it's applied to. Put 1/3 cup of cayenne powder, 1/3 cup of ginger, and 1/3 cup of ground mustard seeds all into a gallon of distilled water in a large pot, bring to a near or brief boil and let it simmer for half an hour or so. When cooled down to a temperature that is just barely tolerable, dip a towel into it. Place the saturated towel on the effected portion of the body for five minutes. Take it off and put an ice pack on the same area for five minutes. Alternate between the cayenne towel plaster and ice pack for forty five minutes to an hour. Watch the circulation really get up and go with this procedure!"