Amazing! Melatonin Secrets That Almost Nobody Knows About!

 

 

melatonin secrets

 

Like a secret alchemist toiling at odd hours, not wanting to be seen, trying to transform common ordinary substances into gold with the philosopher’s stone, I have been experimenting with very high doses of melatonin on myself and others, off and on, for over 20 years. I have discovered some truly amazing things about it. But first let’s get a little background information.

Melatonin is a hormone made by a small gland in your brain that looks like a pine cone called the pineal gland. It is pretty small as far as hormones go, but in fact it is probably the most important hormone of them all and basically controls almost every aspect of your life from childhood development to reproduction to menopause to aging and even death!

 

melatonin secrets

 

I have learned over the years that high doses of melatonin can be used to produce various dramatic results.

 

Did you know that:

-High doses of melatonin (75 mg/night) can and has been used as an effective and heathy form of birth control?

-High doses of melatonin will regrow a man’s thinning hair as effectively as propecia or even better?

-Melatonin has been shown to halt and even reverse Alzheimer’s disease in various small studies.

-Melatonin has been used to REVERSE menopause in women undergoing recent menopause.

-The decline in melatonin levels in women in their early 50’s is the hormonal trigger that initiates menopause.

 

melatonin secrets

 

-High-dose melatonin can be used to eliminate a woman’s menstruation for prolonged periods in a healthy manner.

-It is very likely that high-dose melatonin can be used for birth control in a manner similar to the morning after pill.

-Melatonin levels increase dramatically when an individual is undergoing semi-starvation or prolonged fasting. This is interesting in that when lab animals undergo semi-starvation for prolonged periods they can live up to 40% longer than controls.

-Adding melatonin to the night time drinking water of mice makes them live 20% longer!

-Giving high-dose melatonin to children will prevent early onset of puberty.

-Melatonin is not just a hormone; it is a powerful antioxidant that can cross the blood-brain barrier.

 

melatonin secrets

 

-I personally have learned that taking high doses of melatonin every night (up to 500mg), will, within a few days to a week, require your body to sleep 12 hours per night and take additional naps during the day. You can even fall asleep sitting up in a moving car! Eventually after about 3 to 4 months, the need for sleep diminishes, and you can still take high doses of melatonin and get by with maybe just 7 hours per night of sleep.

-Chronic interference with melatonin by either sleep deprivation or exposure to bright light during sleep can lead to a significant increase in the risk of breast cancer and prostate cancer.

-High-dose melatonin can lead to dramatic drop in blood pressure, in just a few days, as much as a 50-point drop on both diastolic and systolic scales.

 

melatonin secrets

 

You can get much more detailed and unusual information about Melatonin from my new book available on Amazon titled:

Extreme Dose! Melatonin The Miracle Anti-Aging Hormone Anti-Alzheimer’s Hormone Anti-Baldness Hormone Menopause Reversal Hormone

 

 

 

 

3 thoughts on “Amazing! Melatonin Secrets That Almost Nobody Knows About!”

  1. I just googled food sources of melatonin>>
    Some foods naturally contain melatonin and are therefore great to have at an evening meal or as a light night time snack:
    Bananas.
    Morello cherries.
    Porridge oats.
    Sweet corn.
    Rice.
    Ginger.
    Barley.
    Tomatoes.

    Int J Oncol. 2017 Jan;50(1):317-328. doi: 10.3892/ijo.2016.3787. Epub 2016 Dec 2.
    Pituitary sex hormones enhance the pro‑metastatic potential of human lung cancer cells by downregulating the intracellular expression of heme oxygenase‑1.
    Abdelbaset-Ismail A1, Pedziwiatr D1, Schneider G1, Niklinski J2, Charkiewicz R2, Moniuszko M3, Kucia M1, Ratajczak MZ1.
    Author information
    Abstract
    We report that human lung cancer cell lines express functional receptors for pituitary sex hormones (SexHs) and respond to stimulation by follicle‑stimulating hormone (FSH), luteinizing hormone (LH), and prolactin (PRL). Expression of these receptors has also been confirmed in patient lung cancer samples at the mRNA level. Stimulation of human lung cancer cell lines with FSH, LH, or PRL stimulated migration and chemotaxis, and some cell lines responded by enhanced proliferation. Moreover, priming of human lung cancer cells by exposing them to pituitary SexHs resulted in enhanced seeding efficiency of injected human lung cancer cells into bone marrow, liver, and lungs in an immunodeficient mouse model. The chemotaxis of lung cancer cell lines corresponded with the activity of heme oxygenase‑1 (HO‑1), as stimulation of these cells by FSH, LH, and PRL downregulated its expression in a p38 MAPK‑dependent manner. Moreover, while downregulation of HO‑1 by the small‑molecule inhibitor tin protoporphyrin (SnPP) promoted migration, upregulation of HO‑1 by the small‑molecule activator cobalt protoporphyrin (CoPP) showed the opposite effect. Based on this finding, we propose that pituitary SexHs play a significant role in the pathogenesis of lung cancer, particularly when the blood level of FSH increases due to gonadal dysfunction with advanced age. Finally, we propose that upregulation of HO‑1 expression by a small‑molecule activator may be effective in controlling SexH‑induced cell migration in lung cancer.

  2. Just found thisw abstract which suggests melatonin should be good for preventing the spread of cancer cells because it suppresses LH and FSH>>>

    Int J Oncol. 2017 Jan;50(1):317-328. doi: 10.3892/ijo.2016.3787. Epub 2016 Dec 2.
    Pituitary sex hormones enhance the pro‑metastatic potential of human lung cancer cells by downregulating the intracellular expression of heme oxygenase‑1.
    Abdelbaset-Ismail A1, Pedziwiatr D1, Schneider G1, Niklinski J2, Charkiewicz R2, Moniuszko M3, Kucia M1, Ratajczak MZ1.
    Author information
    Abstract
    We report that human lung cancer cell lines express functional receptors for pituitary sex hormones (SexHs) and respond to stimulation by follicle‑stimulating hormone (FSH), luteinizing hormone (LH), and prolactin (PRL). Expression of these receptors has also been confirmed in patient lung cancer samples at the mRNA level. Stimulation of human lung cancer cell lines with FSH, LH, or PRL stimulated migration and chemotaxis, and some cell lines responded by enhanced proliferation. Moreover, priming of human lung cancer cells by exposing them to pituitary SexHs resulted in enhanced seeding efficiency of injected human lung cancer cells into bone marrow, liver, and lungs in an immunodeficient mouse model. The chemotaxis of lung cancer cell lines corresponded with the activity of heme oxygenase‑1 (HO‑1), as stimulation of these cells by FSH, LH, and PRL downregulated its expression in a p38 MAPK‑dependent manner. Moreover, while downregulation of HO‑1 by the small‑molecule inhibitor tin protoporphyrin (SnPP) promoted migration, upregulation of HO‑1 by the small‑molecule activator cobalt protoporphyrin (CoPP) showed the opposite effect. Based on this finding, we propose that pituitary SexHs play a significant role in the pathogenesis of lung cancer, particularly when the blood level of FSH increases due to gonadal dysfunction with advanced age. Finally, we propose that upregulation of HO‑1 expression by a small‑molecule activator may be effective in controlling SexH‑induced cell migration in lung cancer.

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