A comprehensive support formula for the thyroid. Includes thyroid glandular, tyrosine (a thyroid hormone precursor), herbals, and nutrients shown to support thyroid function, as well as adrenal herbals to balance the adrenal-thyroid interaction.‡
Vitamin A: Important in the process of regulating thyroid stimulating hormone.
Iodine: Crucial for thyroid function.
Zinc. Supports the conversion of T4 to active T3 and also balances thyroid stimulating hormones.
Selenium: May have thyroid protective properties and helps in maintaining normal thyroid function
L-Tyrosine: An amino acid that may aid in the regulation of the thyroid hormones.
Herbals: A blend that includes: Guggul gum, Ashwagandha, and Forskohlii. These herbs have individual and combined benefits that help in maintaining balanced functions of the thyroid gland.
Thyroid Glandular. These thyroid tissue extracts to help nourish the thyroid gland.
Adrenal Glandular: These tissue extracts to help nourish the adrenal glands.
DHEA: A very low dose to help support healthy adrenal function. The adrenal gland works synergistically with the thyroid and is necessary for proper thyroid function.
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*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Thyroid Herbal Support Dosage: Take 1 capsule 1-3 times per day with meals or as directed by your health practitioner
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