Thyroid Health

Hypo Thyro - 100 Capsules
Hypo Thyro - 100 Capsules
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Maintains healthy thyroid.

The thyroid gland is located in the neck and is responsible for regulating the body’s metabolism. Hypothyroidism is a condition, more common in middle-aged dogs and especially common in Golden Retrievers, Dachshunds and Dobermans. It is a condition where the thyroid is under-performing in the production of thyroid hormones. This leads to a sluggish constitution, a slowing down of food processed through the digestive system, and a tendency for your dog to gain weight, feel fatigued, feel cold, lose hair, act depressed, have dry skin, have a weakened voice, etc.

Seaweeds support the natural functioning of the thyroid. Kelp, or Bladderwrack contains 10 times more iodine than any leading land plant. According to Ryan Drum, Ph.D., a leading authority on herbal treatments of thyroid conditions, “Kelp is the major booster of the thyroid. The highly bio-available organically bound iodine in kelp is responsible for thyroid relief.” Kelp was first used thousands of years ago in ancient China where the diet in the mountain villages was iodine deficient and entire villages developed thyroid goiters.

  • Helps support normal endocrine systems
  • Helps support normal thyroid function
  • Helps support normal hornomal and enzyme systems 

ANTECEDENTS

Based on clinical research and experience, inspired by Ryan Drum, PhD.

Ingredients: Eleuthero (Siberian Ginseng) Root, Kelp Thalus, Astragalus Root, Alfalfa Leaf, Fennel Seed, Garlic Bulb

Size (Cat or Dog) Animal Weight (lbs) CAPSULES
capsules per day

POWDER

scoops per day

Small 5-20 1-2 caps 0.5-1 scoop
Medium 20-40 2-3 caps 1-2 scoops
Large 40-60 3-4 caps 2-3 scoops
Giant 60-100 6-10 caps 3-5 scoops

Per day for two to three months, then halve the dosage, or as needed. May be contraindicated in subjects with hypertension or anxiety. May be hypoglycemic. Anti-coagulant effect in high doses; should not be used prior to surgery. Excessive continuous doses may lead to Heinz body anemia in dogs; low continous doses may lead to Heinz body anemia in cats. Not to be used with pre-existing anemia.

 

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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 30 September, 2014.

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