Bladderwrack (1000 mg) - Nature's Answer - 2 fl oz (60 ml)
Nature's Answer, Bladderwrack, Low Alcohol, 1000 mg, 2 fl oz (60 ml)
Bladderwrack has an awful sounding name, but is a high iodine, high quality type of kelp. Its iodine content stimulates thyroid function, unlike the prescription Synthroid. Synthroid inhibits one's thyroid function and does not provide all the T components that a normal thyroid produces.Suggested usage:
One must find one's own level by titrating - use small doses and increase slowly to find the proper dosage. Begin with 1 - 1/2 dropperful and increase slowly until you find your correct dosage.DO NOT STOP SYNTHROID SUPPLEMENTATION ENTIRELY
Reduce your dosage of synthroid slowly as you take Bladderwrack.
See your doctor after a few months and have your thyroid levels checked.DO NOT ENTIRELY REPLACE SYNTHROID WITH BLADDERWRACK IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A THYROID.
Also comes in freeze dried capsules (see below).
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