YOUR ADRENAL GLANDS & THEIR FUNCTION

Every single part of your body is made up of cells. Around 100 trillion cells make up the skin, heart, kidneys, bones, muscle, nerves, glands, liver, hair, nails etc ~ the whole lot. But these cells all take their orders from the authorities within the body, and these governing authorities are called the Endocrine Glands. Nothing happens in your body without first being ordered by one of the Endocrine Glands and so just as a healthy business must first have healthy managers, so also the healthy function of cells relies upon the healthy function of the Endocrine Glands.

Two of these Endocrine Glands are the Adrenal Glands and you have one for each side of the body, sitting right on top of your two Kidneys. Your Adrenal Glands are unique amongst the other Glands as they not only produce numerous essential hormones and steroids that control cellular function such as testosterone, oestrogen, progesterone etc, but they also produce all of the electricity for the autonomic nervous system.

They are essentially the electrical generators of the human body and the electricity that they generate is in the form of neurotransmitters.

Now, in your home every single appliance requires a steady flow of electricity in order for them to function, and when the electricity goes down the whole house goes down. No washing gets done, no lights go on, the garage door won’t work – everything goes down. What we must begin to understand is that the exact same is true within your own body. Every cell in your body requires nervous energy in the form or neurotransmitters and we know that when the nervous system is broken in a trauma then paralysis occurs. Nothing is wrong with the muscles, the tissue has not degenerated, those cells are simply not getting the electricity that they require to function. But it is not just these gross muscles that need nervous energy to function, every one of your organs and processes do too.

Consider the lights in your house again. Imagine that one day you find that one of your lights is not functioning well – perhaps it is dim, or flickering or such. The first logical place to look for the damage would be the light bulb itself. We may find that the light bulb is damaged and this would be like your Kidneys being damaged at a cellular level through a trauma or degeneration. However, you may find that the light bulb is fine and in this case you would go a step further. The next place you may look would probably be the wiring in your ceiling – perhaps some mice have been chewing one of the electrical cables? This would be equivalent to damage being done by acids burning the tissue of the nerves themselves so that the signal ceases to be translated correctly. However, again the electrical cables may be in great condition and again you would be forced to look further. The next step is of course to check your power supply of the whole house – whether battery or mains power, the failure of these to produce the correct amounts of electricity would cease function throughout the entire household. This is what happens in the case of weakened Adrenal Glands.

Sadly, we are currently seeing an epidemic in Adrenal Gland weakness not only through the masses of neuro-toxins, congested lymphatic systems, and stressful lifestyles, but also through the passing down of genetic weakness. In this way, a whole host of physiological and psychological issues are created including the most common complaints of this age: obesity, fatigue, and anxiety. This is why in our work we do not only focus on cleansing out the tissues of the body, but we also look to strengthen the Endocrine Glands that govern the body – including the Adrenal Glands.

This Adrenal Glands Botanical Formula brings tissue specific herbs that focus on regenerating the Adrenal Glands that when combined with a high magnetic diet of fruits and herbs, and a loving, relaxed lifestyle can bring back burned out and weakened Adrenal Glands to full function.

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