SB 8.7.28

kukṣiḥ samudrā girayo ’sthi-saṅghā
 romāṇi sarvauṣadhi-vīrudhas te
chandāṁsi sākṣāt tava sapta dhātavas
 trayī-mayātman hṛdayaṁ sarva-dharmaḥ
Synonyms: 
kukṣiḥ — abdomen; samudrāḥ — the oceans; girayaḥ — the mountains; asthi — bones; saṅghāḥ — combination; romāṇi — the hairs of the body; sarva — all; auṣadhi — drugs; vīrudhaḥ — plants and creepers; te — your; chandāṁsi — Vedic mantras; sākṣāt — directly; tava — your; sapta — seven; dhātavaḥ — layers of the body; trayī-maya-ātman — O three Vedas personified; hṛdayam — core of the heart; sarva-dharmaḥ — all kinds of religion.
Translation: 
O lord, you are the three Vedas personified. The seven seas are your abdomen, and the mountains are your bones. All drugs, creepers and vegetables are the hairs on your body, the Vedic mantras like Gāyatrī are the seven layers of your body, and the Vedic religious system is the core of your heart.