Pituitary Gland Plush - Ain&
Pituitary Gland Plush - Ain&
Pituitary Gland Plush - Ain&
Pituitary Gland Plush - Ain&
Pituitary Gland Plush - Ain&
Pituitary Gland Plush - Ain&
Pituitary Gland Plush - Ain&

Pituitary Gland Plush - Ain't Life Gland? - Plush Organ Stuffed Toy Pillow - BACK FALL 2022

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Love, life and much more are all in your head -- thanks to the pituitary gland! Huggable pituitary plush toy is 10.5" wide x 8" tall x 3.5” thick and comes with endocrine education and silly stuff all about the pituitary! Even though the pituitary is just a tiny little pea-sized nubbin dangling beneath your brain, it is known as the master gland because it controls all of the other endocrine glands. Its main functions include stimulating growth, regulating blood pressure, sex hormones, metabolism and water regulation. It’s one busy gland. 

We’re thinking of a master gland! Funny, weird gift for a future doctor or anybody with a body. Delight your endocrinologist, neuroscientist, pediatric neurosurgeon, medical school student, health professional, or pituitary gland enthusiast with this perfect plushie. 100 percent polyester. Designed in California, made in China.

🐌 Shipping Delays! 📦 U.S. 3-7 business days via Priority Mail, 5-20 business days via Economy shipping. International is 30-90 business days (aka FOREVER). Get express plush organs on Amazon or visit a store near you! Love that fine print? Learn more about our shipping policy and returns policy.

Spot clean with damp cloth and mild detergent. Wash on delicate and dry low. Don’t like reading? Watch an organ plush cleaning video!

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"Using for presentation to elementary students. Nice quality and size. I expect they will be a hit."
- Sheri G.F.

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Sheri G.F.
Pituitary Plush

Using for presentation to elementary students. Nice quality and size. I expect they will be a hit.

Glad the kids got a kick out of the pituitary!


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