The thyroid is an endocrine gland in the shape of a butterfly, whose location is in the lower front part of the neck. Its function is to produce thyroid hormones, which are released into the blood and transferred to all body tissues. These hormones promote the proper function of the brain, heart muscles, and other organs, keep the body warm and provide body energy.
The disrupted thyroid function leads to numerous health issues, like fatigue, restlessness, weight gain, weight loss and others. Thyroid disorders are:
- Hypothyroidism – the thyroid gland produces does not produce sufficient amounts of thyroid hormones, so the whole body and the metabolism are decelerated.
- Hyperthyroidism – the thyroid gland produces excessive amounts of thyroid hormone, which accelerates the body’s functions, as well as the heart rate and the metabolism.
- Thyroiditis – It is an inflammation of the thyroid gland, which happens when the thyroid is attacked by the antibodies created by the Boyd’s immune system.
- Goiter – It is an abnormal thyroid gland enlargement which may lead to throat issues and swelling.
- Thyroid Nodules –abnormal thyroid cells growth which creates a lump within this gland.
- Thyroid Cancer – The thyroid gland tissues form cancer cells. This disorder affects over 45,000 annually.
Depending on the specific issue, the signs of thyroid disorders can vary, and they develop gradually. However, women are more susceptible to thyroid problems than men, and they can lead to menstrual cycle issues, problems during pregnancy and difficulty getting pregnant.
These are the most common signs of thyroid disorders:
- Dry skin
- High cholesterol levels
- Hoarse voice or a strange feeling in the neck
- Irregular sleep patterns
- Limb and muscle pain
- Loss of libido
- Improper regulation of body temperature
- Appetite changes
- Thinning hair
Thyroid issues are a result of the deficiency of iodine, as in the case of low iodine levels, the body cannot produce enough thyroid hormones. Moreover, hypothyroidism has also been linked to selenium deficiency and its sufficient amounts lower the risk of thyroid swelling or goiter.
It has strong antioxidant properties so it can balance the hormones in the body. Namely, black walnuts are extremely high in selenium. In case you suffer from some of the signs listed above, you should consult your doctor.
You can naturally protect the thyroid and balance the levels of selenium in the body. This is how to prepare an effective natural remedy:
- 40 black walnuts
- 35 oz or 1 kg of raw honey
Method of preparation:
Wash the black walnuts, pat them dry and put them in a Mason jar. Add the honey and do not cover it, but leave the jar in a place where it will be constantly exposed to sunlight for 40 days.
Afterward, strain and pour the liquid in a glass bottle.
Drink a teaspoon of this remedy every morning, on an empty stomach.