Originally posted by Lucid Lunacy
I was too tired to read the thread, so this might have been posted before...
if there is some kind of chemical or protein one could consume that would bind to fluoride, then maybe it would help get some of it out of your pineal
gland? Just a thought.
Some say that chelation therapy could break the calcification like it does for heavy metals. While this has been proven to be true for calcification
of the arteries and heart, no studies have been done on pineal glands in conjunction with Chelation Therapy.
It cannot hurt though. If you can afford a few hundred dollars there are several oral solutions out there (most are intravenous though).
I for one have contemplated taking chelation therapy for this purpose.
Methods for decalcification of the pineal gland I have learned about are:
1) Chelation Therapy
2) Minimizing Fluoride intake via water. Please note, that besides our tap water, most bottled water providers like Coca-Cola and Nestle's brand (ice
mountain) add Fluoride, but don't say so unless you REALLY dig on their websites.
3) Toothpaste, I use Tom's from Maine's Fluoride free toothpaste. I can get in my local Dominicks (although I often have to really look hard).
4) When we snack on foods during the day that increase serotonin production, this will give us an increase in melatonin production at night. Four
things are needed to produce serotonin. These are: Tryptophan, Magnesium, B6 and Niacin (Niacinamide). Here are some links.
(I think the FDA mysteriously banned the sale of good old inert tryptophan about the
same time they started forcing us fluoride, but I did not check this link out thoroughly).
Vitamins B6 and Niacin www.indiacurry.com...
Niacin you can get at any grocery store.. BUT GET "FLUSH FREE, TIME RELEASED"!!!!!!!! TRUST ME.. It's completely inert, but unless you get this
type you will feel like going to the ER.
5) Frankencense allegedly does too, but don't ask where to get it or how to use it!
7) One group of researchers conjectured that sleep disruption associated with some nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) such as aspirin,
ibuprofen, and acetaminophen may be a result of decreased prostaglandin production, which can suppress melatonin secretion.32 Both ibuprofen and
indomethacin significantly reduce melatonin plasma levels and delay the nocturnal rise of the circadian rhythm.
8) This one may roll some eyes, but I've been told repeatedly by various esoterics I respect, staring at a lit candle in the dark for 15-30 minutes
per day during meditation develops the pineal gland. When Pineal function is restored to its peak, the body begins to respond with new balance as
nerve energy begins to flow evenly through both halves of the brain, body and spinal cord. The upward rush of energy creates a feeling of bliss.
9) Lastly, an absence of light (douse those night-lights!) during sleep is also alleged to be important to proper pineal gland health! There are many
studies supporting this.
Anyone who doubts fluoride's calcification of pineal gland
, there have been government sponsored studies on it by the FDA. I can look up the
link later. Also, the nazi's in WWII experimented with Fluoride on the Jew only cities to make them more "docile". I can pull the link to that as
well. So all you nay-sayers, will have something factual to chew on ; )
One unfortunate point, all of us taking Melatonin supplements... they are harvested from the pineal glands of slaughtered cattle... yum! (and can you
say mad cow disease?).
All that I know is that I know nothing -Socrates
[edit on 4-1-2009 by SuperSpark]