The Parathyroid Glands Balancing The Major Minerals
In the last few months I have had several "miracles" take place simply by supporting the parathyroid glands. They include: elimination of a life-long cat allergy, the clearing of an eight month skin rash, elimination of a ten-year bout with debilitating migraines, elimination of nightly leg cramps, regulation of chronic high blood pressure and more.
In order for the miracles above to occur, it is necessary to balance the major mineral, especially calcium. It is well known that calcium is involved in strengthening bones and teeth, regulating muscle contraction and relaxation, regulating heart functioning, blood clotting, transmission of nervous system messages and enzyme function. Unfortunately, many of these issues are detectable only after significant damage has been done. There are more subtle signs that calcium is being improperly utilized in the body. These calcium imbalances manifest as
sunburns (burn too quickly)
blood pressure irregularities
trouble falling asleep
certain menstrual irregularities
When these are present, it then becomes important to evaluate the glands indispensable for calcium management, the parathyroid glands.
There are four parathyroid glands located adjacent to the thyroid. It is their role to help move calcium into and out of the tissues. They do this by using a hormone called, parathyroid hormone, which works in conjunction with a hormone from the thyroid gland called, calcitonin. The entire function of these small glands, I believe, is not fully understood. I make this statement based upon the significant, miracle-like responses some patients experience once these tissues are nutritionally supported, even though a great deal of work had already been accomplished with minimal results.
I have seen a great many miracle-like responses by exclusively treating other tissues as well. However, none seems to be as rapid or systemically impactful as those regarding the parathyroid. This makes sense on many levels. Since it is the job of the parathyroid glands to balance the body’s calcium levels, and since calcium is involved in nearly all cellular reactions (along with some other minerals), it would be prudent to assume that a disruption in the calcium regulation of the body would create, not just a small set of symptoms or a minor failure, but would possibly create a slow down or loss of function to the body as a whole.
How To Fix It. Using PAK, the two important hormones for parathyroid function can be checked over the glands themselves. If a muscle weakness is created by one or the other hormone, then an “antidote” or negating substance(s) can be utilized. Often, it is parathyroid tissue itself along with some vitamin D that does the best job. I have seen the parathyroid improve altogether with proper immune support and blood sugar balancing as well. This too is no surprise. There are direct connections to most problems in the body via the immune and blood sugar systems. If all a natural doctor did was to work on one or both of these systems, they would undoubtedly help many people overcome chronic health issues.
Final Thoughts The parathyroid is but one piece of a very complex human health puzzle. Ideally, all system, tissue and nutritional considerations need to be made to accomplish the most good. However, when calcium disruptions are present, it is wise to first look to the parathyroid glands.