Peyer’s Patches

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Peyer’s Patches: are lymphoid nodules and aggregations of lymphoid tissue that are  found in the lowest portion of the small intestine called the ileum.

Peyer’s Patches surround the cecum and appendix and serve as the primary detoxification component of the lymphataic system for that part of the body.  (The cecum is the junction of the small and large intestine.)

Pubic hair of the groin area serves a similar detoxification function by drawing off body toxins from the reproductive organs (gonads) and the lower bowel.

The lymph system is the body PRIMARY return conduit for cellular waste resident in the tissues surrounding the cells.  Lymphatic waste joins the blood circulatory system at the subclavian vein prior to entering the heart where waste burdened blood is directed to the liver for cleaning prior to oxygenation and delivery of fresh blood to the body.

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