Pineal Gland Calcification: Serious Effects Of Water Fluoridation

Pineal Gland Calcification_Water FluoridationThe pineal glands of some people have had so much calcium before they turn 17 that this condition known as Pineal Gland Calcification appears in MRI examinations. While the body needs calcium, pineal gland calcification sets in as a result of excessive fluoride consumption. Located at the brain’s center, the pineal gland is known by other names such as “pineal body,” “epiphysis,” and “epiphysis cerebri”.

Fluoride and Pineal Gland Calcification

Fluoride is found in toothpaste, water systems, processed food, artificial sweeteners and other sugars in powder juice drinks, sodas, pastries and other bakery products. Prior to the 90s, no significant research regarding the connection between calcification of the pineal gland and fluoride was conducted.

It is important to keep the pineal gland free from calcification because it is the bodily organ responsible for releasing melatonin, a hormone that acts as the body’s regulator for its sleeping and waking up cycles known as the circadian rhythm. Melatonin is produced day and night, but more so during the latter, the reason why people get sleepy when it is dark. During winter when the nights are longer than daylight time, the pineal gland releases melatonin earlier or later in the day, causing seasonal affective disorder (SAD), a form of depression.

Sodium Fluoride is Actually Waste Material

To understand the connection between pineal gland calcification and fluoride, we first have to be aware that water fluoridation is endorsed both by the American Medical and American Dental Associations because of claims that fluoride helps teeth become resistant to bacterial attacks in the form of acids from food and drink. But this kind of fluoride is not the natural calcium fluoride but sodium fluoride — a waste material yielded after the production of fertilizers and aluminum.

In preserving teeth enamel, fluoride helps eliminate or reduce tooth decay which almost always leads to infections that can spread from the mouth to the throat and into the heart. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has set a maximum allowable sodium fluoride content in drinking water which is 4 milligrams per 1 liter.

No Conclusive Proof

Sodium fluoride is an ingredient found in commercially-manufactured toothpaste, a claim that remains arguable. Some contend that this type of fluoride can eat its way through metal as well as concrete. Water that has been fluorinated has never been conclusively proven to reduce dental caries or tooth decay. Still, fluoride in drinking water has never been contested by either the American Dental Association nor the World Health Organization (WHO), perhaps because of the traditional contention that fluoride can provide increased bone density and fewer incidences of tooth decay.

Fluoride build-up can inhibit the pineal gland’s ability to get rid of the body’s excess calcium. This can cause damage to the immune, respiratory and digestive systems, as well as impede blood circulation and kidney function. A pineal gland that has excessive fluoride content can mean wrinkled skin because of the breakdown of collagen, skin tissue problems and eczema, among other skin health-related issues.

How Much Fluoride Does Your Pineal Gland Have?

Amidst this controversy, government officials are firm that “small” amounts of fluoride cannot be hazardous to health. They continue to use fluoride as an additive to tap water systems, in spite of usage discontinuance of several medical and health organizations in the U.S. including the American Nurses Association; the American Academy of Allergy and Immunology; the American Psychiatric Association; the Society of Toxicology; the American Cancer Society; the American Diabetes Association; and the American Academy of Diabetes. China, Japan, Israel and India have all halted water fluoridation.

The majority of European countries have never fluoridated their water systems and only the United Kingdom adheres to fluoridation. The U.S. National Kidney Foundation (NKF) is now neutral on water fluoridation. On April 15, 2008, a position paper from the NKF acknowledged “gaping holes” in the research of water fluoridation and recommended that individuals with chronic kidney disease be “notified of the potential risk” of exposure to fluoride.

These countries and organizations know that accumulated fluoride in the pineal gland has alarmingly unhealthy effects. An excessive amount of fluoride can particularly affect the brain and its function, especially the release of melatonin. Until pineal gland calcification is taken seriously as one of the more serious effects of fluoride exposure, we are left with bouts of insomnia and arthritis and cases of renal failure, immune system deficiencies and skeletal fluorosis, among other medical conditions.

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