From the time when humans joined the planet and became part of its rhythms and movements, there has been a strong connection between the condition of the human body, the condition of a person’s immediate environment and the overall environmental condition of the planet itself. The human body’s systems function best when operating within a balanced environment. We have reached a time in history when the planetary environment has deteriorated to such a degree that the support the environment gives the body systems is inadequate and often detrimental to the body’s ability to do the job it was designed to do. In short, the overall breakdown of the environment is seriously challenging the human body’s ability to function properly throughout its day-to-day operation.
The MBP Endocrine System Balancing Solution is an oral solution that is designed to strengthen and balance the full endocrine system. It may be taken by adults – young and old – pregnant women, children and infants. It may also be administered to animals using the same dosage as for adult humans. It is easy to take, it is safe and it is natural.
We offer this Solution in a 2-oz./56.8ml dropper bottle, preserved in brandy or vinegar. We estimate that one 2-oz. bottle will last one person taking the proper daily dosage about three to six months. Bottle Math Info
The ESBS was produced by Machaelle and nature to balance, strengthen and restore each element of our endocrine system and all of its related microbes so that this important system can function at full capacity. Is your endocrine system important to you? You bet it is! Think hormones. Better yet, think about your hormones and how they are pounded each day by stress and our increasingly whacked out environment. This is another one of those MBP Solutions (like the Immune and Lymphatic Systems Balancing Solutions) that everyone should be taking daily.
The Perelandra MBP Endocrine System Balancing Solution (ESBS) addresses the full endocrine system. An easy way to think about the impact of this system on our body is to think hormones. The endocrine system "manufactures" and supplies our body's many essential hormones. And in case you are a man who thinks hormones are a "woman’s thing," think again. Men have their own collection of hormones that are necessary for the efficient operation of their body’s functions and health.
To give you an idea of the wide range and scope of this solution, here’s a list of the organs and areas in the body and some of the hormones they produce that are part of the endocrine system and are covered by the solution. This information is not meant to make you pass out from a severe case of brain strain. It is to give you an idea of how important the endocrine system is in your life.
THE ENDOCRINE GLANDS
The Pineal gland secretes melatonin. It is believed that melatonin is involved in the circadian rhythms—that is, the patterns of behavior associated with day and night. It also secretes serotonin, a hormone-like substance.
Pituitary: The anterior pituitary secretes several important hormones: TSH (stimulates thyroid), ACTH (stimulates adrenal cortex), FSH and LH (stimulate testis and ovary), GH (growth hormone), prolactin (stimulates mammary glands). GH promotes growth and influences metabolism, as well as acting on the liver to mobilize its glucose reserves. GH is very important during stress, sustained exercise and particularly during fasting.
The posterior pituitary secretes two major hormones: ADH (antidiuretic hormone) and oxytocin. ADH is secreted to regulate body water. Examples are during dehydration, hemorrhage and blood loss. Oxytocin acts to cause massive contractions during labor and delivery. During lactation, it acts on the mammary glands to elicit their contraction and cause the ejection of milk.
The thyroid secretes two hormones (thyroxine or T4 and T3) that stimulate the metabolic rates of the body cells and promote growth. T4 and T3 are the only iodine-containing substances of physiologic importance in the body. They regulate the body’s metabolic rate and heat-production in the heart, muscle, and visceral tissues. They are critical for the adaptation of human infants and animals to environmental heat and cold. They effect body growth and development, ensure appropriate differentiation and growth and effect the heart and blood vessel functions such as increasing heart rate, and they affect brain function and behavior. They also have profound effects on body growth and development.
Excessive secretion of hormones from the thyroid causes hyperthyroidism. Deficient secretion from this endocrine gland causes hypothyroidism.
The parathyroid secretes hormones that regulate calcium metabolism in the body. Parathormone acts on bone tissue, increasing resorption of calcium from the bone matrix and elevating calcium levels in the plasma. Parathyroid hormone acts directly on bone and the kidneys and indirectly on intestinal mucosa to elevate the calcium level. It also increases calcium absorption in the small intestine by enhancing the effects of vitamin D on intestinal mucosa.
The endocrine part of the pancreas secretes insulin, glucagon and somatostatin. Insulin and glucagon regulate the metabolism of carbohydrates in tissues and ensure the maintenance of optimal blood glucose levels (blood sugar). Insulin enhances the availability of glucose in cells and promotes its utilization. Glucagon also enhances carbohydrate utilization. Its function is to mobilize glucose from its major storage source, the liver glycogen. As a result, glucagon functions as a hyperglycemic hormone. Glucagon increases blood sugar. Low blood sugar levels are encountered between meals and during fasting. Somatostatin may act locally as a tissue hormone, inhibiting secretion of both insulin and glucagon. Insulin and glucagon also exert direct influence on each other’s secretion: glucagon promotes insulin secretion and insulin tends to inhibit glucagon secretion. Insulin and glucagon functions in the body should be considered complementary, aimed to regulate carbohydrate metabolism and provide ample glucose supply for tissues. Insulin deficiency causes diabetes.
Adrenal glands: The adrenal medulla secretes epinephrine and norepinephrine, collectively called catecholamines. Each time the sympathetic nervous system is strongly stimulated, the activity of the adrenal medulla increases. During excitement, fear or stressful muscular exercise such as running, physical exertion and struggle, stimuli from the various parts of the nervous system impinge on the hypothalamus. You don’t even want to know everything that happens next. Let’s just say it’s a lot. The adrenal medulla and the effects of epinephrine and norepinephrine acting on target organs prepare our body for unexpected stressful situations such as fight, flight or exercise.
The adrenal cortex is divided into three zones, each specialized to secrete specific corticosteroids with distinct functions:
1. The outer part secretes aldosterone, a mineralocorticoid involved in the regulation of plasma salts (sodium and potassium), blood pressure and blood volume.
2. The middle part secretes glucocorticoid hormones (mainly cortisol), which regulates the metabolism of glucose, especially in times of stress.
3. The inner part secretes sex steroids, mainly androgens. They also secrete small amounts of estrogen and progesterone.
The ovary secretes female steroids such as estrogen and progesterone.
The testis secretes the hormone testosterone, a male steroid.
Organs with partly endocrine function: Some organs contain individual or groups of endocrine cells releasing hormones. These hormones often relate to the functions of those organs. They include the following: hypothalamus, liver (somatomedin), thymus (thymosin), heart (natriuretic peptide), kidney (renin, erythropoietin, calcitriol), and the gastrointestinal tract (stomach: gastrin) (duodenum: secretin, CCK). The placenta, ovary and testes can also be included in this category.
As stated before, I’m giving you all this information so that you can get a better idea of how extensive the endocrine system is and how woven its activities are within the body. (For more information and a better understanding of the endocrine system and how it functions, see The Anatomy Coloring Book by Kapit and Elson.) As with the other MBP Solutions that we have introduced, I can only give you a general understanding of each body system and what it does. You will need to look at this information and think about your own health and health-related issues. Then ask the question, “Does this MBP Solution apply to my health and well being? And do I want to keep this system balanced and strong?” “Yes” is a safe answer to those questions.
The Endocrine System Balancing Solution doesn’t just strengthen and balance each of these areas and functions. It also strengthens and balances the many important and beneficial microbes that reside within and assist this full system’s functions, as well as provide its protection. In short, it provides a “full service operation” for our endocrine system and its microbes.
The ESBS has been created by nature from a combination of electrical infusions from different plants, minerals, natural gases and elements found in the sea, atmosphere and on land. During the production process, when combining these components and creating the solution, nature restores each component back to its original state of balance, thus eliminating any damage that has been caused by environmental breakdown. This enables the elements to release their original balancing properties to the new electrical pattern that creates the ESBS and to the body's full endocrine system when the solution is taken orally.
The ESBS contains only water, the ESBS electrical pattern and a vinegar or brandy preservative. It is natural, and by using electrical infusions rather than physical elements from the combination of "ingredients" to create the new ESBS electrical pattern, no allergic reactions or side effects are triggered—unless you are allergic to water, vinegar or brandy. In short, the ESBS provides us with a quick, safe and simple way to ensure that our system receives the natural support and strength needed for proper function in today's world.
See also Frequently Asked Questions to the MBP Balancing Solutions on the PERELANDRA web site.
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