Save your Melanin!! The Pineal Gland
The Pineal Gland: The pineal gland, also known as the pineal body, conarium or epiphysis cerebri, is a small endocrine gland in the vertebrate brain. The shape of the gland resembles a pine cone, hence its name. The pineal gland is located in the epithalamus, near the center of the brain, between the two hemispheres, tucked in a groove where the two halves of the thalamus join. The pineal gland produces melatonin, a serotonin derived hormone which modulates sleep patterns in both circadian
and seasonal cycles. Humans are bestowed with a certain part of their brain known as the pineal gland or also known as our third eye. The reason as to why it is called pineal is for it’s shape, like a pine cone.
A tiny pine cone that is in charge of producing serotonin derivative melatonin that has to deal with our hormones that affect the modulation of sleep/wake patterns, including our seasonal functions.This tiny pine cone can be found near the center of the brain in place between the two hemispheres. The reason as to why higher up’s keep this information from people is so they do not find out the fullest potential that this part of us has. The pineal gland is essentially the portal between the physical and spiritual world for humans. When activated, the sensation of euphoria and oneness fills the persons mind, giving them a sense of all knowing. One can achieve this activation through yoga, meditation and variety of methods. Once activated, that person is able to freely travel to other dimensions, or otherwise referred to as astral projection or remote viewing. Through ancient methods and advance practices, one could even control the thoughts and actions of other people in the physical world.
All though this seems impossible, the former Soviet Union governments as well as various shadow organizations have been researching these effects for a really long time, keeping the information under lock from the public eye. The reason we are unable to achieve this amazing feat within our brains is because of the amount of sodium fluoride we digest on a daily basis. The pineal gland absorbs most of the sodium fluoride that enters our bodies.
Melatonin is a hormone produced by the pineal gland in the body, a pea sized gland located just above the centre of the brain.
Too Much Mucus
If you suffer from too much mucus production, you may experience, one or more of the following symptoms:
– You suffer from a chronic cough that won’t go away
– You are currently experiencing mucus from a cold and/or flu
– You wake up with puffy and crusty eyes in the morning
– Bad breath throughout the day (even after brushing your teeth)
– You have a constant stuffy nose
– Your senses are dulled (you requires lots of salt to make food “taste good”)
– Your senses are not sharp
– your mind is foggy and thinking clearly is difficult These symptoms are often a result of a sluggish digestive tract, respiratory system and lymphatic system, which could be caused by excess mucus production. The digestive tract contains millions of tiny microvilli that absorb nutrients from food. In fact, over 80% of all absorption takes place in the small intestine. When we have excess mucus build-up in the intestine, it causes a glue-like buildup that sticks in the folds of the intestinal walls. This accumulation deforms the intestines and results in over 9-10 pound blockages in the average man or woman. This obstruction results in absorption issues, digestive problems, and an overall sick and poor-functioning body.
I am not a medical practitioner in anyway but this are the food I use to maintain my beautifull melanin to maintain a healthy life style and I am shearing it with you. I am 46 years (2017) and I look 20 + (my pictures on my youtube video) in my book I reveal the attack on my health as a targeted individual I choose not to reveal here and now, But I am i perfect health condition and I have never been sick before in my life only untill recently when I was taken to the hospital for the second time in my life due to accute stress caused by gang stalkers and illegal persecution I have suffered (at least I started realising) for 13 year. my life details is written in my book (My life as a targeted individual), we are targeted race i have no questions in my mind about it.
Melanin Food (Strict nutrent on how to maintain and retain your melanin)
- Rich in magnesium.
- Boost brain health
- Regulates Cholesterol level
- Improve Bone Health
- Prevent health diseases
- Strenghten immune system
- Skin care
- Reduce Inflammation
- Regulates blood preasure
- Boost energy production
- Prevent cancer
- Prevent against diabetes
- Good for pregnancy
- weight loss
- prevent constipation
- contain magnesium and calcium.
- Skin care
- Improves Heart health
- Reduces inflammation
- Has antioxidant effects
- Prevents hair loss
- Controls Diabetes
- Boost Immune system
- Reduce stress
- rich in calcium and many other important micronutrients.
Oranges: contain B-Vitamins and calcium.
Dairy products: contain tryptophan and calcium.
Turkey – another source of tryptophan.
- Treat Arthritis
- Boost Immunity
- Tissue and Cellular health
- Prevent Cancer
- Aid Digestion
- Treat Cough and Cold
- Improve bone health
- Oral health
- Improve vision
- Regulate blood preasure
- Improves blood circulation.
- Skin Health
- Hair loss
- Immune system
- weight loss
- sex hormones
- Heart health
- Respiratory Condition
Tart Cherries: Both Montmorency tart cherries and sweet cherries are wonderful fruits – but did you know that there are many differences between the two? Take a look:Variety and Color: Almost all Montmorency tart cherries grown in the U.S. are the Montmorency variety. Montmorency tart cherries, also known as sour cherries, are bright red when harvested, and they retain that bold color when dried, frozen or juiced. While there are several varieties of sweet cherries, the most common is Bing. These fresh cherries are quite dark – sometimes almost purple or black.
Form: The majority of Montmorency tart cherries are enjoyed dried, frozen or as juice, alone or blended with other fruit juices. On the other hand, sweet cherries are usually consumed fresh.
Availability: Tart cherries are harvested in the summer months, but you probably won’t find them fresh unless you live in one of the growing regions. Fortunately, Montmorency tart cherries are available year-round in dried, frozen or juice forms. Most sweet cherries show up in your produce department for a relatively short time, usually in mid-summer.
Taste: Tart cherries are, well, tart. They have a unique sour-sweet flavor that is becoming more and more popular across the country. Sweet cherries can range from slightly to intensely sweet based on things like the growing area and season.
Versatility: Sweet cherries are typically eaten fresh. Because Montmorency tart cherries come in so many forms, they can be eaten from morning until night as delicious snacks, in smoothies, energy bars, trail mixes and baked goods.
Science: When it comes to nutritional science and cherries, most studies involve tart Montmorency cherries. In fact, more than 50 studies have examined the potential health benefits of Montmorency tart cherries, and the research is continuing. This research strongly supports the anti-inflammatory qualities of Montmorency tart cherries, as well as the benefits of muscle recovery and pain relief from conditions like arthritis. Studies have also found that Montmorency tart cherries contain Melatonin, a naturally occurring substance that helps regulate sleep patterns.