This herb is popular for women’s health, but it is also very useful for the thyroid gland. It supports the reduced function of the thyroid gland, but can also help deal with the symptoms of this condition, such as reducing hair loss and heavy menstruation.
WILD YAM EXTRACT
It is also well known as a means of caring for the health of the endocrine system, as well as a means of maintaining the level of hormones in the blood. Wild yam extract is also used for the good development of the skeletal system.
Wild yam contains diosgenin, which is a plant analogue of human steroid hormones. Its infusion in the body stimulates the production of its own progesterone, helps lower cholesterol levels and improves blood microcirculation.
If you have reduced thyroid function, which causes you fatigue, this herb can help. In addition to regulating thyroid hormones, it also gives a slight boost of energy. As a bonus, this herb contains what is called glycyrrhetinic acid, which can block the growth of certain types of thyroid cancer cells.
Burdock can be beneficial for those who have both: inactive and hyperthyroidism. Burdock is often called a tonic for the thyroid gland because its high content of trace elements can help reduce deficiencies in the body.
MILK THISTLE EXTRACT
Milk thistle is a powerful cleanser. It helps to restore liver cells while removing toxins from the body that are processed through the liver. The herb is effective in the natural elimination of harmful substances in excessive alcohol consumption, in poisoning with pesticides in food, heavy metals in water sources, air pollution and toxins from chemical plants.
* The liver helps to remove harmful substances from the blood, supports the production of hormones, detoxifies the body, releases glucose from the blood to provide our body with constant energy, helps break down fats.
OLIVE EXTRACT, LEAVES
Olive leaf extract has been found to improve thyroid function as it helps convert T4 to its active T3 form, i.e. it increases T3 levels. In OLIFE, the content of health molecules is over 260, including oleuropein, hydroxytyrosol, flavonoids (rutin), polyphenols (apigenin, luteolin) and they have been shown to inhibit pro-inflammatory molecules such as IL6 and TNF-alpha.
Patients with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis are often on high doses of thyroid hormone replacement. One of the problems with Hashimoto’s thyroid is the high level of inflammation, which interferes with the conversion and action of thyroid hormones. Autoimmune thyroiditis can be prevented by IL6 blockade. Olive leaf extract can help reduce these blocking thyroid molecules.
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