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PINEAL GLAND

* THE PINEAL GLAND, THIRD EYE, THE AJNA CHAKRA AND THE EYE OF HORUS:

Known as the ‘intuition organ’ or the ‘seat of spirituality’ the pineal gland is, scientifically speaking, an endocrine gland. It is actually our third eye. It is a pea sized, pine cone shaped structure in our brain that secretes melatonin and serotonin.

http://kritigangwar.blogspot.com.au/2015/02/decoding-mythology.html?m=1

* Secrets of the Human Energy Field

http://yournewswire.com/secrets-of-the-human-energy-field-revealed/


FOOD FOR PINEAL GLAND

* Iodine

The thyroid gland synthesizes thyroid hormones and iodine is an essential trace mineral that is crucial for the thyroid to function properly. Eating foods rich in iodine ensures the thyroid is able to manage metabolism, detoxification, growth and development.

http://wakeup-world.com/2014/02/03/seven-foods-rich-in-iodine/

* Colloidal Silver

Colloidal silver has been used for centuries to promote good health and studies continue to also show that colloidal silver outperforms many mainstream methods used against harmful organisms. [1] With so many cases of antibiotic resistance, it’s no wonder why colloidal silver has become extremely popular in recent years. Consumers should know, however, that not all silver products are created equal.

http://wakeup-world.com/2014/10/17/6-things-you-must-know-about-colloidal-silver/

* Spurulina

Spirulina is 100% natural and a highly nutritious micro salt water plant. It was discovered in South American and Africa in natural alkaline lakes. This spiral shaped algae is a rich food source. For a long time (centuries) this algae has constituted a significant part of the diet of many communities. Since the 1970’s, Spirulina has been well known and widely used as a dietary supplement in some countries.

http://www.australianspirulina.com.au/spirulina/spirulina.html

* Chlorella

* Silverwell

* Lions Mane Mushroom

Easily grown at home, and a relatively inexpensive therapeutic food, lion’s mane is a beautiful mushroom with cascading spines instead of gills that shows potential in slowing the progression of neurological disorders — including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. Research has also found the mushroom to be beneficial in treating symptomatic depression and anxiety associated with menopause.

http://wakeup-world.com/2014/10/07/lions-mane-a-smart-mushroom-choice-for-memory-mood-and-clarity/

* Dreams

Why do we dream? Well, it’s not just to pass the time while you’re sleeping.In fact, the latest research suggests that the most important part of your day might be the hours you spend doing… nothing.

http://m.huffpost.com/uk/entry/6032972?utm_hp_ref=uk-tech&ir=UK+Tech

* Low stressing teas

In our stressful world a nice, warm stress-relieving cup of tea can be just what the doctor ordered.  In fact, experts say that there are a number of drinks that you can make yourself that will help you calm down at the end of a long, hard day (or in the middle of it, or at the beginning of it).

http://blogs.naturalnews.com/4-calm-drinks-lower-stress-naturally/

* Mantras

Ultimately, each of us is responsible for our own happiness. Sometimes it’s easy to be happy, but the challenges of life often make happiness seem elusive. One way to keep going even when things are difficult is to think positively. Mantras can help. Here are 10 phrases to motivate and lift you when you’re feeling down.

http://familyshare.com/10-powerful-mantras-to-help-you-when-youre-down

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