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Natural Treatment for Thyroid Problems

by Andreea Laza

If you are looking for a simple and effective natural treatment for thyroid problems, continue reading this article and find out how to follow this remedy at home. But first.

Thyroid problems are some of the most challenging health concerns, especially hypo and hyperthyroidism. Hypothyroidism is a serious condition and we advise you to consult with a herbal doctor or a naturopath/homeopath beforehand. The reason is that it can lead to a severe condition called thyrotoxicosis, a disease with the following symptoms:

Without further ado, let’s get into the natural treatment for thyroid problems here.

Natural Treatment for Thyroid Problems

Natural Treatment for Thyroid Problems

A great adjuvant for this thyroid problem is Ruscus aculeatus powder, also called butcher’s broom. This herb is also highly efficient against thyroid nodules and cancer. The natural treatment for thyroid problems is very simple and efficient. All you have to do is:

  • Have 3 teaspoons of butcher’s broom powder a day for three weeks in a row.
  • After the three weeks interrupt the treatment for three days and continue for another 3 weeks and so on.

Repeat the remedy for as long as it takes until your thyroid problem is solved. Before starting the treatment we advise you to consult your doctor! This is indeed a great natural treatment for thyroid problems that have proven its benefices for a lot of people who suffered from all sorts of thyroid problems and have healed.

Vodka and Walnuts for Thyroid Dysfunction

In addition to the natural treatment for thyroid problems above, the vodka walnut tincture remedy is an amazing herbal treatment. If you suffer from thyroid problems especially hypothyroidism, then following this natural remedy may be more than helpful for you. Consult a doctor beforehand.

  1. Fill a third of a 500 ml jar with the interior membranes of walnuts that grow inside (the brown membranes that separate the kernels from each other)
  2. Thoroughly wash and chop them before putting them in the jar.
  3. Fill up the rest of the jar with grain or fruit made alcohol, with alcohol content around 50 to 60%, over the walnuts membranes and seal. Vodka is ideal.
  4. Allow the walnut peels to macerate for the following 21 days.
  5. Strain the tincture and pour it into small dark-colored glass bottles and seal tight.

To make the most of the walnut vodka tincture, add 1 tbsp of this tincture in 100 ml of water and drink it 30 minutes before every meal, 3 times a day.

Read Also: 6 Home Remedies for Hyperthyroidism

Walnut Vodka for Thyroid

We guarantee the effectiveness of this natural treatment for thyroid problems, namely hypothyroidism, and other thyroid imbalances. It has no side effects and it’s easy to do at home. Stay healthy, naturally! 🌿

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Tyson S. January 1, 2018 - 8:50 pm

Very interesting. Thank you.
I am suffering from gravs disease (hyperthyroidism) for 8 years with ups and downs. The doctors keep telling me to avoid iodine. I read that the ingredients from the walnuts contain a high amount of iodine. The author says that this natural remedy will help people especially with hyperthyroidism So I am a little bit confused. Did she maybe mean ‚hypothyroidism‘ ? Since most people who are hypo have an iodine deficiency

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Andreea Laza January 2, 2018 - 2:48 pm

Hello Tyson! Thank you for your question! This remedy is a walnut peel tincture, walnuts being known for their benefits on the good functioning of the tyroid. Besides iodine, walnuts also contain selenium, that is known to aid the tyroid. However, if your doctor has recommended you to avoid walnuts, maybe it’s better to look for other alternative treatments. There are a few herbal remedies for hyperthyroidism that we can recommend to you, namely: sage oil (tincture or tea), spiny cocklebur (3 tsp per day for 3 weeks with 10 days pause), young common hawthorn branches (tea or capsules), common knotgrass (2 cups of tea per day). Other helpful herbs are: linden buds, dog rose, passiflora, valerian, common motherwort. I hope we helped!

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ellepixal January 19, 2018 - 3:07 am

I cannot drink even a little alcohol. Is there a substitute?

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Andreea Laza January 28, 2018 - 10:17 am

Hello ellepixal! Tinctures are usually made with alcohol, but if you cannot ingest alcohol, you can try making it with vegetable glycerin for tinctures. I hope I helped!

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hanisha January 26, 2018 - 2:55 am

Do u have to be on your thyroid medication, while doing this remedy?

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Andreea Laza January 28, 2018 - 10:05 am

Hello Hanisha! I believe it’s best to consult with your doctor or a naturopath/homeopath before making this decision. We cannot give you medical advice. Stay healthy!

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JA February 5, 2018 - 6:02 pm

Hello. Would this remedy be beneficial for me since I have Hashimoto’s? I’m told I shouldn’t take iodine. I was on Armour for 2 years and never felt well, even after increasing the dosage several times. I was put on Synthroid 4 months ago and still I am feeling blah and the weight is not coming off. Thank you for any advice.

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Andreea Laza September 13, 2020 - 3:43 pm

Hello Ja! I personally think that it’s best to consult with your doctor or a naturopath/homeopath before starting this remedy. If you were told not to take iodine by your doctor, it’s best to follow his/her advice. We cannot give you medical advice since we are not doctors, but people passionate about natural remedies. Stay healthy!

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