- Contains hormones like thymulin, oxytocin, and epitalon.
- Designed for nutritional support of the thymus and pineal glands.
- May aid in spiritual, physical, and mental well-being.
- Powder can be mixed with water or juice for maximum convenience and portability.
Glands, Hormones, and Healthy Living
Glands, and the hormones they produce, are some of the most important facets of human health, yet so few people understand them on even the most basic level. A hormone is any fluid produced organically within a living creature for the sake of transporting fluids and transmitting signals as a part of the broader endocrine system.
Yet to most, the word ‘hormone’ brings to mind some seriously unhealthy images. They think of growth hormones in the world of athletics, or phony dietary supplements which claim to provide testosterone for “increased manliness”, and estrogen for “heightened femininity”.
Indeed, there are many instances in which the consumption of hormones is ill advised for one’s health. However, that doesn’t change the fact that glands are some of the most important organs in the body due to their tremendous impact on the healthy function of a variety of physiological processes.
So that leaves the question: how to nutritionally support gland health without offsetting the delicate balance of hormones in the body? The key is always to be cautious where hormones are involved. Don’t just rush into tinkering with these delicate balances without doing your research first.
The Thymus & Pineal Glands
If hormones are the messengers of the endocrine system, then glands are the factories. While there are a number of important glands in the human body, of particular interest are the thyroid and pineal glands.
These particular glands and their locations are held up as spiritual centers of the body in certain cultures. The thymus is known to some as the ‘heart chakra’. Meanwhile, the pineal gland releases chemicals like DMT into the brain during sleep which results in the process of dreaming! It is known to some as the ‘third-eye chakra’ and others as the ‘crown chakra’.
But all spiritualism aside, what do these glands actually do for human health and well-being?
Thymulin, as the name might suggest, is a hormone excreted from the thymus.1 The roles of thymulin are too diverse and complex to summarize here, but an important takeaway is that thymulin production may be damaged from a number of external sources. In such cases, supplemental thymulin may help to revitalize the thymus and stabilize the endocrine system.
As partially described above, the pineal gland has a number of popular hormones to its name. Contained in this supplement are oxytocin and epitalon. Oxytocin is a particularly interesting substance. It is released in large amounts during childbirth and orgasms. Recent studies have indicated that it may therefore be affiliated with sexual performance, social bonding, and stress relief.2
Meanwhile Epitalon, another hormone excreted from the pineal gland, may be particularly associated with the aging process.3
Note: Satori will last 12 months in a dry state, or 3 months once reconstituted in water, if refrigerated.
Caution: DO NOT SWALLOW THE SATORI PILL. CAPSULE IS ONLY TO HOLD THE POWDER. IT MUST OPENED AND MIXED IN WATER
- If pregnant, nursing, or undergoing treatment for a medical condition, consult your physician before taking this product.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Do not exceed recommended dose.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This Product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.