Recently the pineal gland has been getting some airplay and more so on the side of the assault it is under.
Has your mum or dad ever said to you ‘I have eyes in the back of my head?’ Mine used to! That ‘eye’ has to do with your pineal gland sometimes referred to as the third eye due to its profound vision. If you put your finger on the top of your ear, pointed towards your head that is where your pineal gland is housed… but deep… inside your brain… behind and slightly above your pituitary gland.
Your pineal gland is a receiver of higher levels of energy and translates that into thoughts. It also plays its part in controlling the immune system and endocrine system as well as most functions in your body like reproduction, growth, body temperature, sleep, mood and appetite to name a few.
One focus is on synthesis of melatonin, a hormone, involved in the sleep-wake cycle. Sleep is considered by many to be the brains ‘housekeeper’; it’s vital to good health. Sleep is one way in which the brain is able to remove cellular debris in conjunction with the pumping of the cerebrospinal fluid (view clip Lessons on Health #54 CSF).
The pineal gland also plays a role in how you make decisions and how you perceive reality (thoughts), dream, and relax. In my opinion the pineal gland, which is shaped like a very small pine cone and is about the size of a grain of rice, is one of the most important organs in the human body. Consider it your ‘light meter’. It provides, via your nerve system, important feedback to your body about how much light or dark there is, the season you are in and the length of the days. Amazing! And once it receives these light cues from your eyes (read why I stopped wearing sunglasses!) it is then able to provide the right amount of melatonin to be produced instigating a flurry of hormonal messages to the body. Genius!
It also, as Dr Joe Dispenza says, is a very powerful anti-oxidant protecting you from free radicals. In fact it is anti… everything… anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, anti-aging, anti-heart disease, anti-neurodegenerative etc so it assists with longevity as well.
Dr Dietrich Klinghardt says the pineal gland is the most sensitive part of your central nerve system and is highly sensitive to four things; aluminium [chem trails], glyphosate [farm sprays], fluoride [water] and wifi [technology/frequencies]. As a result, calcification of the pineal gland is becoming a lot more common.
In other words, for optimal function and psychological health your pineal gland must remain healthy. “An intact and functional pineal gland is necessary for preserving optimal human health. This gland has the highest calcification rate among all organs and tissues of the human body”1 said Dr Dun Xian Tan.
So, what does calcification do to the pineal gland?
Pineal calcification jeopardizes melatonin production and increases the likely hood of a variety of neurological disorders and autoimmune diseases. Don’t these seem to be everywhere these days? Calcification of your pineal gland may also result in early puberty, especially in girls, and a disruption to our circadian rhythm. For decades there has been an outright attack on your pineal gland which has a direct effect on your health and your kid’s health too. Lots of people believe different things on the following topics but critical thinking is vitally important here. Looking, reading, asking questions, and researching for yourself is vital to your health.
Dr Dietrich Klinghardt speaks about four toxic exposures that have come under scrutiny more recently as being highly disruptive to the functioning of your pineal gland they are – Fluoride, Aluminium, Electromagnetic Frequency (EMFs) and Glyphosates.
Fluoride: Decreases your IQ, in other words it dumbs you down! Mary Byrne from Fluoride Free NZ said “A multi-million-dollar study, Bashash et al,2 funded by the US Government, has found that children born to mothers exposed to the same levels of fluoride as mothers in fluoridated communities in New Zealand, had a significant drop in IQ. This research comes on top of 50 other human studies, and hundreds of animal studies, that have found fluoride is a neurotoxin.”3. Research also tells us that fluoride accumulates more in the pineal gland than in any other part in the body and can reduce the production of melatonin.
Aluminium and Glyphosate: These two go together. Glyphosate has been in the water table for many years and it could be stopped tomorrow with the stroke of a pen! If you are unsure what glyphosate is think Roundup (and your local council). In 2015, MIT scientist Stephanie Seneff and others performed research showing a strong correlation between glyphosate and neurological disorders including autism, ADHD, anxiety, dementia, and depression-related suicide. She showed that glyphosate could be causal in these diseases because it facilitates the transport of aluminium across the gut and brain barriers. Aluminium build up in the pineal gland suppresses melatonin and disrupts sleep. Aluminium is also contained in vaccines.4
Electromagnetic Frequency (EMFs): 5G is just around the corner for some countries and for others it’s already arrived in streets and in homes. Some governments have even gone so far as to approve it to go in their satellites which unleashes the 5G frequency on the planet. The pineal gland is likely to sense EMFs as light and, as a consequence, may decrease melatonin production. EMFs weaken your whole nerve system which changes the messages from the brain to the body and back again. (read the invisible dangers of EMFs and your nerve system). As a result of this ‘weakening of the nerve system’ some people have expressed they have felt the following – disrupted sleep, headaches, nausea, anxiety, depression, suicide etc.
So, to brighten the doom and gloom of this article I will leave you with 7 wonderful ways to help promote a healthy pineal gland and they are all in your control!
Adjustments: Regular adjustments by a qualified chiropractor will assist with keeping your nerve system clearly communicating. Contrary to some the cranial bones do move and cranial adjustments are just as important as spinal adjustments for a well-functioning nerve system… after all everything is connected!
Sleep: Getting high-quality sleep every night is crucial for optimal function. One factor that affects your sleep quality is blue light. It suppresses the production of melatonin. When you go to bed, your bedroom should be as dark as possible, turn the light filter on your phones to ‘night shift’, remove phones from bedroom or put in a Faraday pouch if you need the alarm clock and turn your WIFI off. Putting our all natural liquid magnesium on your body topically or ingesting it prior to bed will also assist with a better quality sleep.
Sun: The sun is essential to your health and bathing in it responsibly is important. Your eyes need indirect sunlight exposure to function correctly (read why I stopped wearing sunglasses). Both the sun and darkness activate the functions of the pineal gland. Sun exposure helps to kick start the functions of your pineal gland and stimulates your mind. Any type of natural light exposure activates the pineal gland, helping to prompt a healthy mood and energy levels.
Eliminate Toxic Substances: Reduce your toxic load whether that be in your water (fluoride), food (glyphosates), body care products (make up, shampoos etc), or in garden care products (herbicides and pesticides). Find more DIY recipes and ideas.
Iodine: Iodine deficiency can have a big impact on body function. Iodine actually helps to protect your body against such elements as chlorine, bromine, mercury and fluoride. It’s always best to get Iodine from nature so increasing organic sources of spinach, broccoli, sea vegetables, fish as well as our life changing organic colloidal minerals will assist with boosting your levels!
Boron: Did you know that Boron can help to remove fluoride from the body? It is a detoxifying trace mineral that also can help cleanse your pineal gland. Again it is best to increase the intake via food such as chickpeas, almonds, walnuts, avocado, broccoli, prunes, oranges, red grapes, apples, raisins, pears, beans and legumes and our life changing organic colloidal minerals.
Apple Cider Vinegar: We put ACV in everything! As a natural detoxifier, raw apple cider vinegar helps to decalcify the pineal gland thanks to its malic acid properties. Malic acid is an organic compound that gives substances such as vinegar their acidic and sour taste. When ACV is ingested, the digestive system is supported and it helps to detoxify your body. When you buy apple cider vinegar make sure it is raw, organic and in a glass.
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