"Dr. Llaila Afrika explains that melanin is the “biochemical substance that drives physical, mental, emotional and spiritual life."


Melanin is an organic dark carbon chemical substance that is present in every cell, tissue, organ, and system in the body. Melanin is present in our skin, eyes, muscles, nerves, digestive and reproductive systems.

Dr. Llaila Afrika explains that melanin is the “biochemical substance that drives physical, mental, emotional and spiritual life.

The color of melanin appears as black because it is absorbing all the colors once the colors enter the melanin it cannot escape.

The fact that it runs through our blood, our nervous system, and our brain everything we see, hear, and do get turned into melanin.

All races have melanin, but Black people have the highest concentration of melanin out of all the races. Black people have 12 melanin centers in the brain, while our white counterparts only have 2 melanin centers in the brain.

Our white counterparts also have 60-80% pineal gland calcification (the inability to secrete melanin). Melanin is most readily visible in our skin, eyes, and hair.

This is what we call the biochemical maker of life the more melanin you have the more civilized you are and the more psychic you are.

Melanin is how we were able to build the pyramids, establish prosperous civilizations and create the disciplines of medicine, astrology, mathematics, and engineering.

Melanin is the reason we survived the Middle Passage and chattel slavery. Melanin is how this country was built; with the blood, sweat, tears, and power of our ancestors.

Melanin is the reason Ossie Davis says, “I find, in being black, a thing of beauty: a joy, strength and a secret cup of gladness.” Melanin is our power, our intelligence, our ingenuity, and our strength.

The pineal gland’s ability to secrete melanin is sunlight-dependent. the more sunlight exposure, the more melanin is secreted. Black people need 2 hours of sun, at least 4 times a week.

Those with less melanin only need 15 minutes of sun, 3 times a week.

There are two types of melanin present in the black body which is neuromelanin and eumelanin.

Melanin is produced by melanosomes in highly specialized cells called melanocytes the quality of melanin is controlled by a battery-like catalyst called tyrosinase.

Melanin absorbs all energy in the electromagnetic spectrum this informs the continual development of universal intelligence as the black body geophysically interacts with the universe.

This energy absorption also enhances the production and refinement of vitamin D (25(OH) D).

Calcitriol is vitamin D in its final operation from the creation of calcitriol is regulated by the parathyroid hormone (PTH) which is also found in the highest levels of Africans.

Calcitriol increases the level of calcium in the blood which leads to stronger mineral bone density among Africans scientifically melanin is the greatest gift of human biology.









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