Happy Sunday all you amazing people! Where are you tuning in from today? Have you ever taken a supplement to naturally support your thyroid?
This post is designed to help you decide if this product is right for you or a loved one. However, I am not a doctor. Do not take this as a way to get out of a doctor’s visit. They are the professionals. Not me. Research everything. It is YOUR body. Listen to it! There will be affiliate links to this supplement in this blog post. Don’t say I didn’t warn you!
What is a Thyroid? Small, butterfly-shaped gland in your neck and regulates your body’s energy use. That does not mean the energy it takes to run a marathon. Think of it as every process, including growing out your hair, takes energy. When the thyroid isn’t functioning in tip top condition, energy your follicles need to function, slows down.
What is Thyroid Disease? Any dysfunction of the thyroid.
What is Hypothyroidism? Thyroid hormones are too low, or under-active. Symptoms usually develop over years. Think weight gain and fatigue. But, just because you have those, does not mean that you have hypothyroidism and you will need a doctor’s diagnosis.
What is Hyperthyroidism? Here, the thyroid produces too much thyroxine. Many will experience weight loss and increased or irregular heart rate. Fine, brittle hair is another common symptom. Most doctors will prescribe anti-thyroid meds or even suggest removal.
What is Triiodothyronine? Thyroid hormone that affects almost every physiological process in the body
What is Graves Opthamology? Protruding eyeballs. This, and the swollen neck, means get to a doctor ASAP.
What is Hashimoto’s? Autoimmune disease that attacks your thyroid
Yes, there are way more diseases and the “BIG C” that we haven’t covered. However, this post isn’t about that. I just wanted to give a high level overview.
So why do we want an Iodine supplement? The body will *hopefully* turn this into thyroxine & triiodothyronine. Iodine sounds scary. But, the rest of the body doesn’t absorb it. Only thyroid cells are able to.
Per Young Living’s Site: Thyromin™(Sponsor/Enroller ID: 10289088) is a special blend of porcine glandular extracts, herbs, amino acids, minerals, and therapeutic-grade essential oils in a perfectly balanced formula that maximizes nutritional support for healthy thyroid function.* The thyroid gland regulates body metabolism, energy, and body temperature.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Young Living products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
The main essential oils listed on the ingredients list are Peppermint, Spearmint, Myrtle and Myrrh. Here are my guess why Young Living includes these:
Peppermint- for sluggish metabolism
Spearmint- use for achy joints from hypothyroidism
Myrtle- use to support imbalance
Myrrh- more anti-inflammatory benefits
Other ingredients: Parsley Leaf Powder (possible anti-cancer properties), thyroid powder from porcine (pig-derived) and adrenal powder.
Directions: Take 1-2 capsules daily immediately before going to sleep. Simple math- if taking one capsule before bed, this is a 2 months supply.
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