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Thyroid TSH Level Was High In Lab Tests


Author: Jessica D.
Skill: Colon Hygienist
Date: 12-28-2014
Views: 3,518
Word Count: 315
Questions Received: Not available for contact
Testimonial ID: 10346-OR
Brand Neutral: No
Scientific Studies: 6

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First I must share that my body does not like medications... from prescription to over-the-counter, my body has an almost immediate reaction. So I stay away from them as much as I can. Second, I have always looked for natural alternatives to support my health. I have used herbs and herbal supplements for years but have never achieved everything I was seeking for my health.

When I began with therapeutic-grade essential oils, I knew my thyroid was giving me issues. Prior to the oils, I routinely got blood tests to monitor it on my own through a local lab. This is how I first found out that my TSH was way over normal range. I have no idea what the doctors would call my condition since I never had it diagnosed by a doctor.

So I first tried herbal supplements. I did this for 2+ years before learning about essential oils. In the two years time of herbal supplements and changing my diet, my TSH still was above normal, just not as high.

After I started using essential oils, I had a ZYTO Scan that suggested I needed the Endoflex oil blend. I was skeptical, as it did not actually say it was to support the thyroid or endocrine system) but bought the blend anyway.

I started the Endoflex in late August 2014. I applied several drops (2-4) to my ankles daily. The next month, late in September, I also started one ounce per day of NingXia Red juice.

In November 2014 I went for another blood test. I was in shock -- not only was my TSH in the normal range, but it was 1.25! In all my years of receiving blood tests, even when the TSH was in the normal range of .45 to 4.5, it was always in the 4.0's... never this low.

Needless to say, I was made a believer in these essential oils!


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Additional keyword(s) assigned by the editor: hypoactive, hypothyroid, hypothyroidism, t3, t4, thyroidism, thyroiditis, thyroids, underactive.

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Supporting Scientific Studies
1.Associated topics: hormones — "Therapy with beta-caryophyllene [present in many essential oils] may present a promising novel, non-toxic therapeutic option for patients with endometriosis."Link
2.Associated topics: hormones,thyroid — "After inhalation of clary sage oil, cortisol levels were significantly decreased.... Thyroid stimulating hormone was also reduced.... Clary sage oil has antidepressant-like effect...."Link
3.Associated topics: hormones — "DHEA [a component of PD 80/20], an androstene hormone [precursor to estrogen, testosterone, progesterone, cortisone, and other hormones], has been shown to possess a wide range of beneficial biological effects mainly attributed to immune system modulation.... thus leading to beneficial effects in diverse human diseases including resistance to infection, neuroprotection, wound healing, diabetes, hepatic injury, cardiovascular disease, and cancer."Link
4.Associated topics: hormones — "Most studies, as well as clinically applied experience, have indicated that various essential oils, such as lavender, lemon and bergamot can help to relieve stress, anxiety, depression and other mood disorders. Most notably, inhalation of essential oils can communicate signals to the olfactory system and stimulate the brain to exert neurotransmitters (e.g. serotonin and dopamine), thereby further regulating mood."Link
5.Associated topics: hypothyroidism — "Myrtle oil (MO) exerts hypoglycemic as well as mild hypotriglyceridemic activity in diabetic animals. The reduction in blood glucose level may be due to the reversible inhibition of alpha-glucosidases present in the brush-border of the small intestinal mucosa, higher rate of glycolysis as envisaged by the higher activity of glucokinase, as one of the key enzymes of glycolysis, and enhanced rate of glycogenesis as evidenced by the higher amount of liver glycogen present after MO administration."Link
6.Associated topics: hormones — "Results of bone density, bone mineral content, bone tensile strength and histological analysis also showed similar trend of results, which supported initial observations of this study. It is proposed that hydroalcoholic extract of dried clove buds has bone-preserving efficacy against hypogonadal [hormonally deficient] osteoporosis."Link

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