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5 Herbs That Can Help Support Thyroid Health and Function

Are you living with an underactive thyroid? 

One that leaves you feeling run down even without strenuous activity or makes you feel cold more often than those around you.

If this sounds like your life and you’ve been looking for solutions this could be the best thing you read today.

I got a list of 5 Herbs that can help support thyroid health and function, which you can easily get your hands on and add to your healthy thyroid lifestyle.

> Stinging Nettle Leaf


You may be thinking that’s an odd name but there’s a good reason for it. This plant has hair-like structures that can produce a stinging, itching, and sometimes even a swelling effect on the skin. In fact, its scientific name, Urtica dioica, came from the Latin word, uro, meaning “to burn”. And, the ancient Egyptians and Romans used it commonly in their health routines. 

But what about today?

When taken internally, it’s commonly believed that stinging nettle leaf helps to stimulate the body’s natural cleansing process. It also has been shown to relieve some inflammations in the body which can sometimes be a factor in a thyroid not functioning correctly. 

> Bladderwrack


This is a type of seaweed that has been used as an herbal remedy in different cultures for centuries. It is quite popular as a source of iodine which is a very important mineral when it comes to thyroid function. 

As well as being a good source of iodine, Bladderwrack contains compounds that have shown promise in the areas of anti-obesity, anti-inflammatory, and is an antioxidant.

> Irish Moss Thallus

 

Also known as Ses Moss, Irish and Caribbean people have harvested and used this red alga, (alga is the singular form of algae, in case you didn’t know), as both a medicine and nutrient-rich food source.

It is rich in various iodine compounds, including Di-Iodothyronine, that our thyroids can use to help stimulate important hormone production. 

> Dulse


Scientifically known as Palmaria palmata, this red alga contains a rich mixture of minerals that has various flavors depending on location.

Its high iodine content can help the thyroid maintain normal behavior. It can also help regulate different hormonal interactions inside the body. Keep in mind though that ingesting too much can disrupt the thyroid gland so it’s very important to consume in correct quantities.

> Black Walnut Hull


A great source of natural iodine, the Black walnut hull contains a compound called Juglone. Because of this Black Walnut has been shown to have antibacterial, antiviral, antiparasitic, and fungicide properties. That’s not all though, Black Walnuts are also a good source of Selenium. Many people who live with an underactive thyroid also seem to have lower levels of Selenium. 

These are just a few of the herbs that you can add to your overall healthy lifestyle in order to help maintain good thyroid function.

And, if you’re looking for a simple way to add these and other respected herbs to your healthy life practice then check out Thyroid Edge.

It has all 5 of the above herbs along with 5 more in a quick and easy to take non-alcoholic liquid that you can take with you anywhere.


See you next time.