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The Spinal Marrow

Our spinal marrow runs through our spinal column. It starts from the brain and passes through the atlas (first vertebra) into the spinal canal. From there it passes through each vertebra, leaving the spinal canal in the form of two strains of nerves through so-called intervertebral foramen and branches out through the entire organism. This explains why the defective positioning of a vertebra causes pain, as these nerve strains can become irritated. For this reason, too, a defectively positioned vertebra can be tied to the ailment of a specific organ.

The following graphic gives you an overview of each vertebra and the organs associated with it.

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