So far we've learned what the pineal gland is, why it's so important, and how it calcifies. The pineal gland is so important to human cognition that metaphysical attributes such as ignorance, aloofness, and even malice could potentially be attributed in part to a clouded pineal gland. After all, it's not easy to be angry if we're well fed, hydrated, and rested! Though it may be a new concept to some of you, it doesn't take expensive, exotic supplements from faraway lands to chip away at calcification and empower your third eye to open! Check out our top 5 foods to decalcify your pineal gland.
Be sure to buy raw, organic apple cider vinegar before anything. A shot in the morning is a punch to the gut, but one of the most positive early actions you can take for your body overall. With so many health benefits, ACV is among the favorites for health nuts everywhere. Malic acid, the chemical that gives vinegar its pungent sourness, is effective at removing metals such as aluminum from the body, can balance blood glucose levels, and dissolve kidney stones.
Beets are one of the favorites for athletes and high achievers, as they are the most identifiable with natural vasodilators. Beets also contain boron, an element which balances calcium and expunge fluoride. Beets are chock full of B-Vitamins too, making this one of the best total mind-body foods to eat.
Oregano oil is most known as one of the most powerful natural antibiotic there is. Oregano oil is an excellent compliment to the aforementioned foods as it protects the tissues of the pineal gland from microbes and other dangerous biological malefactors. Oregano oil protects the living piece of the puzzle, while most of these others rid the body of the elemental toxins that we draw from the outside world.
Iodine is commonly associated with water purification and wound treatment. Iodine is rarely obtained in the heavily processed western diet, but is essential to all organs, reducing the impact of fluoride on the entire body. While found in spinach and broccoli, iodine is best sourced from seaweeds, kelp noodles, and other plant based seafoods.
Chlorella is a chlorophyll dense superfood that shares attributes with spirulina and wheatgrass. Chlorella is a single-celled green algae that goes on the attack against heavy metals, increases blood oxygen, and repairs damaged tissues. Truly one of the best things you can put in your body, try chlorella powder or capsule form to break that calcium husk!