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Thyroid Care Home Remedies

6 Home Remedies for Thyroid Care


I found that kelp only worked for a short time. Dulse is much better for hypothyroid. Better than that is a diet devoid of cruciferous vegetables.

If you have hyperthryroid it is good to eat lots of broccoli, kale, spinach etc. I found the right diet for me and herbal supplements at curandera healing website.


soak two tb of coriender seeds for overnight in one glass of water near about 200 ml, in the morning boil it and make it 100 ml,let it be at room temperature and drink it on empty stomach. repeat it in the evening.


Applying Tincture of Iodine to your skin is the most efficient (as well as most economical) method of determining a metabolic deficiency of iodine. It is a 'test' as well as a 'treatment'. If the 'brown' stain fades in 24 hours or less, it indicates that Iodine is not sufficient to normalize thyroid secretion to the cells. Even if you are taking thyroid orally to stimulate your own thyroid, lack of iodine will interfere with your body's ability to properly utilize it.

Use applicator rod to apply Iodine to upper thigh or low abdomen (or any other area of skin where the Iodine is visible) in a 3' square patch. Rotate the area of application each time you apply it. Apply as often as you notice that the Iodine has absorbed and the skin is clear. For instance, if absorption occurs in 2 hours, reapply immediately; if it occurs in 4 or 6 or 8 or 12 hours, reapply whenever you notice that the skin is clear.
When you eventually notice a faded brown stain after 12 hours, check in another 12 hours for the stain. If your skin is clear after 24 hours, continue application once a day until stain is apparent after 24 hours. Discontinue application when you observe a faded stain at 24 hours after initial application.


1 TBS coconut oil daily for underactive thyroid.


Take bayberry, goldenseal, and myrrh for an underactive thyroid.


Take cayenne, irish moss, kelp, parsley, and poke weed to balance the thyroid.

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