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I thought this was supposed to be rational wiki, not just make shit up wiki. Where are the sources? No one should be authoring this article without at least a decent amount of biochemical knowledge into how the endocrine system works. There certainly are endogenous master hormones (mostly eicosanoids derived from omega-3 and 6 fatty acids) and other chemicals that can help "balance" hormone activity to some sense of regularity. — Unsigned, by: Information / talk / contribs