Living in Confidence

How the Mind Controles the Body 


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See also: salivary glands, salivary gland drainage ducts, deep oral mucosa, oral and pharyngeal mucosa
• Not being able to swallow a (food) chunk due to insufficient saliva (right tonsil), i.e. wanting to swallow something but not being able or allowed to. For example, a contract falls through at the last minute.
• Not being able to spit out a (vomit) lump due to not enough saliva (left tonsil), so getting something you don't want, you want to spit something out, vomit it out.
Difference between left and right see annular animal.
CA phase
Increase in function. Increase in cells in the tonsils.
Biological utility
• Feed kibble better to salivate. Result: chunk slides in more easily.
• Spitting out chunk better. Result: chunk slips out more easily.
Enlarged almond(s).
PCL phase
Normalization of function. Degradation of extra cells by fungi or TB bacteria, if present.
Almonditis, suppurating tonsils. Fatigue and/or night sweats, smelly mouth, foul taste. Narrowing of pharynx due to healing swelling, extra strong with syndrome: tonsil abscess.
Hanging healing or many relapses: shriveled almonds, "raisins."