Since the subject was brought up this morning, I thought that I would write a short article about those dark skin moles that some of us develop as children, and some of us develop them throughout our lifetimes.
Before I go any further, please still be very conscious of your moles, their shapes… Etc., because yes, skin cancer can present itself as a mole. But that’s not what I’m going to talk about here today.
Skin moles are born out of a lack of production of a hormone that is produced by your pituitary gland, called melanocyte stimulating hormone or MSH. When this hormone is out of balance, normally when in deficit, melanocytes (pigments of your skin), will collect and gather together instead of dispersing throughout the entire dermis/skin, which is what a mole actually is.
The simple fact that your body develops moles is telling us that are pituitary is not doing its job properly. In the absence of cofactors a.k.a. required other components to form melanocyte stimulating hormone, then we know that the pituitary is not functioning properly. And if it’s not functioning properly for a single hormone and which can easily be identified through this visual symptom, then it’s completely unreasonable to believe that it would be working perfectly for all other hormones, and the pituitary produces several hormones.
Besides MSH, the pituitary and hypothalamus, which work together collectively, produce additional 8 hormones that feed the ovaries/testicles, adrenal glands, thyroid, and uterus/prostate to provoke the production of all sex hormones, adrenaline, cortisol, thyroid hormones, T4 and thus T3 and so on.
It has baffled me for many years, why this very simple identification of probable pituitary function issues has been being ignored by both, allopathic and even natural medicine. I don’t think I have ever seen it written about anywhere, even though logic and common sense seems to dictate, that this would offer a warning sign to at least check the pituitary, and all the other corresponding hormones that it either directly produces, or is responsible for stimulating the production of.
If, you have a child who is developing moles, or you are developing moles as an adult, you need to understand that the issue begins in the pituitary, and once you recognize an issue of pituitary production of any single hormone, logic dictates that we must consider the production of all other hormones in which it produces, and the impact that will have on your sex hormone producing glands, adrenal glands, kidneys and thyroid gland.