Diabetics have to blame their ailment not only on a failure of the islets of Langerhans – located in the pancreas – to produce sufficient insulin, but also on a functional disorder in the anterior lobe of the pituitary as a contributory factor. No matter how much bile the liver produces, the process of breaking down fat will suffer if the pituitary fails to manufacture the necessary hormones. A change in the blood pressure, too much or too little elimination of water, even the start of labour pains, are all connected with the function of the posterior lobe of the pituitary and its secretion of hormones.

Until recently, science had not succeeded in fully understanding the complex hormone structure of this interesting little gland. And this is the reason why it has not yet been possible to produce its hormones synthetically. It is always a risk to prescribe medicine that has a direct effect on the pituitary, except in small homoeopathic doses. Such medicines can have a very detrimental effect on the patient if he is sensitive to drugs.


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