Unlocking Nature's Wisdom: Glandular Therapy Explained
Discover the roots of glandular therapy, dating back to 1930 with Dr. Paul Niehands. But what exactly is glandular therapy?
In simple terms, it involves consuming glands from animals or fish. In ancient times, regularly ingesting organs was a norm for maintaining good health. The core principle behind glandular therapy is "like heals like," a concept rooted in history.
Nutritionally, endocrine glands like hypothalamus, pituitary, thyroid, adrenal, and more are utilized. Even non-gland organs like brain, heart, liver, and others are termed "glandulars" in supplements. Glandulars made from nucleoproteins minimize the risk of contamination, focusing on specific raw tissue extracts.
Are glandulars effective?
Pioneers in nutrition believed in unique protein factors within raw glandular tissues. These factors, specific to each organ or tissue, target essential nutrients for repair and maintenance when ingested.
How do they work?
Each gland and tissue has a distinct protein composition. The digestive system breaks down glandulars for absorption, and evidence suggests molecules pass into the bloodstream, aiding corresponding glands.
In essence, glandulars are a powerful tool for rebuilding and enhancing the function of glands and tissues, offering a natural approach to health.
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