A drop in the bucket? – maybe that’s all we’re achieving, but these shots remind me that the bucket fills up because of tiny drops and lives are made whole and are restored…

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Melanin, a form of pigments, doesn’t only occur in the skin, brain and eyes. In humans, melanin is found in skin, hair, the pigmented tissue underlying the iris, the medulla and zona reticularis of the adrenal gland, the bones, heart, the stria vascularis of the inner ear, and in pigment-bearing neurons of certain deep brain nuclei such as the locus ceruleus and the substantia nigra. The area in the ear, called the stria vascularis, where melanin is found, is of special importance to AIT as it possibly represents both a locus of toxicity and a rationale for a probable mechanism for detoxification, as it is energized by acoustic energy, likely aiding in the restoration of auditory lesions through intensive acoustic stimulation. Melanin Containing Hormone R2 is only found in some primates and carnivores, including ferrets, dogs and man.

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