Download Isochronic Tone - Organ - Intestines - 281HZ with 7.83HZ
Isochronic Tone - Organ - Intestines - 281HZ with 7.83HZ
Isochronic Tone - Organ - Intestines - 281HZ with 7.83HZ
281HZ is known to promote overall wellness, function and is associated with a healthy and balanced intestinal system.

7.83HZ is the resonance of Earth, or Schumann Resonance. It is commonly used for:...
281HZ is known to promote overall wellness, function and is associated with a healthy and balanced intestinal system.

7.83HZ is the resonance of Earth, or Schumann Resonance. It is commonly used for: Accelerated healing, deep Relaxation, Nervousness, Hypertension, Insomnia, Headaches, Vertigo, frequency fatigue, Kundalini awakening, super-consciousness and overall wellness among innumerable other potential health benefits.

The intestines are located inferior to the stomach in the abdominal body cavity. They are connected to the posterior wall of the abdomen by the mesentery, a thin vascular membrane. Blood vessels of the mesentery carry oxygenated blood to support the tissues of the intestines and carry nutrient-rich venous blood away from the intestines to feed the tissues of the body.

The small intestine is about 1 inch in diameter and about 10 feet long in a living body. It extends from the stomach to the large intestine and consists of 3 major regions: the duodenum, jejunum, and ileum.

The duodenum receives partially digested food from the stomach, bile from the liver and gallbladder, and pancreatic juice from the pancreas. These substances mix in the duodenum to further digest food into its most basic units. The duodenum begins to absorb nutrients from the food passing through its lumen.
Food next passes into the jejunum, a longer region of intestine where the bulk of the absorption of nutrients takes place.
Finally, food passes into the ileum, the longest region of the small intestine. Any last nutrients that were not absorbed in the jejunum are absorbed in the ileum before the food passes into the large intestine.

The large intestine is about 2 ½ inches in diameter and about 5 feet long in a living body. It receives fecal matter from the small intestine through the ileocecal sphincter. The smooth walls of the large intestine absorb water from fecal matter. These intestinal walls also absorb vitamins released from the fermentation of feces by bacteria living in the large intestine.

Our large intestine consists of 4 major regions: the cecum, colon, rectum, and anal canal.

The cecum is a pouch-like dead-end passage that branches inferiorly from the end of the ileum. Fecal matter entering the large intestine from the ileum passes into the cecum before being pushed superiorly into the ascending colon. The appendix is attached to the inferior end of the cecum and is believed to store beneficial bacteria that help break down undigested food.

Fecal matter passes from the cecum into the colon, the largest region of the large intestine. The ascending colon carries feces superiorly from the cecum to the transverse colon. The transverse colon then carries feces transversely from the right side of the abdomen to the left side, where it enters the descending colon. Next, the descending colon carries the feces inferiorly to the S-shaped sigmoid colon and rectum.
The rectum stores feces until they are ready to be defecated (eliminated from the body).
During defecation, the anal sphincter muscles of the anal canal relax to allow feces to exit the body.

It is advised that you drink pure water with every session. This is a measure taken to prevent dehydration and to optimize effectiveness.

Take the time to select a low, comfortable volume.

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