Decalcification of the pineal gland requires cessation of dietary toxins creating calcification followed by intake of detoxifying agents, according to Med-Health.net. The pineal gland is an endocrine gland found on the bottom of the brain.
Calcification of the pineal gland increases with age, explains Med-Health.net. Fluoride, which is often found in municipal tap water, is one substance that leads to calcification. Bromine, chlorine, mercury, certain pesticides, other agents in tap water, and excessive calcium consumption can also lead to calcification. Lifestyle choices, such as a high-sugar diet or the use of alcohol, caffeine and tobacco, can speed up calcification.
Methylsulfonylmethane, or MSM, can speed the decalcification rate as can a vitamin complex known as Activator X. Boron, melatonin, iodine, raw chocolate, citric acid, garlic and distilled water are decalcifying agents, states Med-Health.net. Always consult a doctor before making significant dietary or lifestyle changes.