Herbal Medicine for Pituitary Tumors


Parsley, Phytolacca, Pulsatilla, Passionflower, Papaya Leaf, Mistletoe, Alfalfa, Fig, Grape Seed and Quis Qualis Indica with Bach Flower Rescue Remedy

4 oz – 113 ml

Usual Dosage:
10-20 drops thrice a day or as specified on your bottle

Please note: These are just the usual herbs used for this condition. I do not have bottles sitting on shelves with this recipe. I prepare each treatment from scratch for each individual for that time, using only what is best suited to that individual's unique requirement and using seasonal and freshly made herbal extracts where I can. I also often split the treatment into 2 or 3 for specific times of day where that can make a difference.


The Pituitary is a gland in the very center of the brain. It is the area which manages temperature in the body and releases triggers that regulate a whole lot of very important functions in the body, one of which is the maintenance of sexual hormone balance.

To understand it very simply, think of a stage manager. He stands behind the curtain, organizing who goes on stage, signalling when someone has to get off, and making sure he has one eye on the audience as well so he can fine tune the show according to what’s working well with the audience. That’s the job the Pituitary does.

Now, a Pituitary tumor is simply a collection of cells that should’ve not developed in the first place, or that should’ve been passed out a long time ago. It means the Pituitary has been overworked or shocked at some time and hasn’t been able to recover.

The Pituitary gland repairs and balances itself when we are sleeping, so if it isn’t it means we haven’t been getting good deep sleep for a long time. So getting a good night’s restful sleep now has to go to the very top of all our priorities and everything that can be done to promote sleep has to be done. There is a lot of information on the internet on what can be done. My own simple recipe that’s worked for myself and many is:
1) Lights off at 6pm – only a dim 10watt bulb is allowed after that.
2) Should you need to use a computer after that, you install a software like Dimmer to keep the screen very low.
3) You get at least 30 minutes before bed-time of waking rest. An hour would be ideal, but at least 30 minutes is essential.
4) You take a good dose of the Herbal Treatment for Insomnia which has the amazing herb called Spikenard (Nadostachys Jatamansi) which unlike most herbal sedatives will make you rested enough to fall asleep instead of actually knocking you out.
5) You definitely DO NOT have sugar or adrenal stimulants of any kind after 3 pm in the afternoon.

You’re going to feel a little depressed in the beginning – like you’ve got no fun left in life. But when you’ve gone through a week or two you’ll find your self coming alive to things you’d gone numb from before and you’ll be on a whole new level in being able to negotiate everyday life. You’ll find you actuallly have the strength to do things you couldn’t get through before.

Once you’ve taken care of the sleep aspect, supporting the Pituitary in repairing and balancing itself is pretty simple with the nutrition and natural intelligence in herbs.

I usually use a combination of Parsley, Phytolacca, Pulsatilla, Passionflower, Papaya Leaf, Mistletoe, Alfalfa, Fig, Grape Seed and Quis Qualis Indica.

Parsley offers the ability to send basic vital energy up to the brain – very much like a quick shot of glucose but without the downside of a blood rush to the head.
Phytolacca causes the untangling of tangled knotted up nerves and support natural testosterone build-up in men.

Pulsatilla causes the relaxation of nerves in and around the uterus and abdomen – a common problem with hormonal imbalance in women.

Passionflower is a beautiful nervous tonic that supports relaxation and calm.

The Fig has those nutrients those with Pituitary problems seem to have trouble getting. It is baby food for the body and brings in a sense of rest from the struggle to absorb and retain vital nutrients that a body with hormonal balance tends to have for months and years before actually developing a diagnosable problem.

Alfalfa has the nutrition that supports the healing and recovery of the kidneys and the adrenal glands. The thyroid issues people with Pituitary tumors tend to have are largely relieved by supporting the adrenal glands in balancing and being rejuvenated through rest and herbal nutrition.

Mistletoe supports all the glands in balance by supporting temperature re-balancing. This is one of the most important things to do if we want to restore normalcy in the body and support the ability to continue living without needing to use external hormone therapies to maintain health and function.

Papaya Leaf specifically dissolves unnatural tissue anywhere and supports immunity with its antioxidants. It is an amazing remover of tumors and unnatural growths anywhere in the body. We use it to treat cancerous growths and have never had a single instance where it didn’t do its job.

Grape seed – actually the seed of grapes, has the ability to trigger cell death in cells that aren’t fully alive and doing anything and aren’t dead enough to be actually kicked out; The living undead that is. This is excellent to finish off tumors anywhere.

Quis Qualis Indica supports the lymphatic cleansing of the brain to move away dead cells. Once we’ve got the tumor dissolving, we need to move out the dead cells. You can help quis qualis on its way by spending a few minutes every few hours breathing nice and deep and long. Oxygenating the brain like this helps the dead cells get cleaned out.

All these herbs are carried in Colloidal Silver which is a natural cooling agent and antibiotic. It radically raises immunity, a great help for those who need to rest from the infection-fighting jobs of everyday life and heal and recover from deep within.

Additional information

Weight 220 g