Remedies for hyperthyroidism

Home remedies for hyperthyroidism


PHYTOTHERAPY: Herbal remedies for the treatment of hyperthyroidism

The natural treatment of hyperthyroidism involves using a series of natural resources that can help improve the patient's condition. Given its severity, appropriate treatment has to be necessarily conducted by the regular doctor. The use of natural resources must be authorized by the doctor or specialist.

Among the possible natural treatments we have:

Phytotherapy in the treatment of hyperthyroidism involves using a number of plants that can help reduce the production of thyroid hormones. Among all we have the following:

- Cabbage (Brassica oleracea) It has caffeic and chlorogenic acids, which give it anti-thyroidal properties. The juice squeezed from the plant can help reduce thyroid hormone production. (Squeeze a couple of cabbage leaves and take the juice mixed with a few tablespoons of lemon juice)

- Radish (Raphanus sativus) Another member of the crucifer family that can help control the excessive production of hormones that cause hyperthyroidism. (Eat this food)

- Bugleweed (Lycopus europaeus) Many species of the genus Lycopus, including Lycopus europaeus, commonly called Bugleweed, are used to inhibit the action of iodine on the thyroid. (Usually used in extract form is taken as drops at a rate of about 30 to 40 drops daily. You can also use the dried plant in an infusion of one teaspoon per cup of water. Take two cups a day)

- Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) In combination with the Bugleweed can help decrease the enzymatic production of the thyroid. (Infusion of half a teaspoon of bugleweed and half a lemon balm per cup of water. Take 3 cups a day)

HOMEOPATHY: Homeopathic remedies for hyperthyroidism

Consult a homeopath on the possibility of taking homeopathic treatments, such as Natrium muricatum or Thyroidinum 200

punto rojo More information on the natural treatment of hyperthyroidism in the listing above.

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