Secondary Cutaneous Para-lymphatic System

[WHAT IF?] Our skin, our largest organ of elimination has the ability to enact/build/create localized secondary lymphoid tissues or organelles that serve the same purpose as the lymph nodes in our lymphatic system? A secondary/temporary/extrinsic system that instead of processing waste back into general circulation sends it up and out into the outside world that we call the outside of our skin; our epidermis. Hair being one part of the metabolic waste that is produced as an end product of this external facing micro-lymphatic system would explain why hair makes such excellent fertilizer. Recent experiments on horticulture plants show that direct application of human hair to soil provides the necessary plant nutrients for over two to three cropping seasons.

The overall chemical composition of hair is 45 % carbon, 28 % oxygen, 15 % nitrogen, 7 % hydrogen and 5 % sulphur.

Carbon dioxide is produced when the cells in the body make energy to fuel the body.

The idea being that what we see growing, sometimes as a patch, plaque, tumor, freckle, mole or age spot is effluent. That what we groom are individual metabolic wastes that are leaving via a small para-lymphoid process with an outward facing effluent that we call hair.

And that when we have a patch of extraordinary hair associated with excess melanin production you are likely seeing what is your skin suit working overtime on an acute waste management project. That when you observe skin patches, plaques and tumors, with or without melanin involvement, you are likely seeing evidence of a long term cleanup and restoration process that has been going on for some generations autonomically.

~Make Believe by Michael J. Loomis…8)

Sometimes as a patch, plaque, tumor, freckle, mole or age spot.