Thyroid Health

Hyper Thyrin - 100 Capsules
Hyper Thyrin - 100 Capsules
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Supports normal endocrine, hormonal and enzyme systems.

Cats are mostly effected by hyperthyroid conditions, so called “thyroid storms”, reaching nearly epidemic proportions, according to leading holistic veterinarian Martin Goldstein. When the thyroid gland over-revs, heart rate increases (increasing susceptibility of heart disease), body temperature rises, food transit through the digestive system speeds up, loss of weight is common, and there can be watery diarrhea. There may be insatiable appetite, (food poorly transformed,) or lack of appetite. The increase in your cat friend’s internal heat may well make her sensitive and uncomfortable in hot weather. She may become emotionally flammable, flaring up in anger or fear.

The Chinese antecedent, Anemarrhena, Phellodendron and Rehmannia Formula, is a major yin (cooling) tonic to stop the yang flaring, providing support to help balance the system.

  • Helps support normal thyroid function
  • Helps support normal endocrine, hormonal and enzyme systems
  • Supports and promotes long-term health
  • Raised body temperature
  • Weight loss
  • Fast digestion, transition time
  • Water diarrhea
  • Dry, patchy skin
  • Hyperactivity


Based on Anemarrhena, Phellodendron and Rehmannia Formula, Zhi Bai Di Huang Wan (1702 A.D., from Pattern, Cause, Pulse and Treatment).

Ingredients: Rehmannia Root, Cooked, Cornus Fruit, Dioscorea Root, Poria Sclerotium (Hoelen), Moutan Bark, Alisma Rhizome, Anemarrhena Rhizome, Phellodendron Bark

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


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 cause GI irritation. Not to be used with diarrhea.


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