Thyroid Nascent Iodine
And it's Benefits
Thyroid Nascent Iodine is totally different from the typical iodine in its denser state sold as an antiseptic, or as iodine tri-chloride (claiming to be atomized), or as added to potassium iodine to make it safer (such as in the Pill form). It is also unlike glandular or prescriptions containing hormones that take over the thyroid's job, instead of nutritionally building the thyroid to do its own job. Seaweed, seafood, greens, raw sunflower seeds, are good sources of iodine, but may not have the levels necessary to support the thyroid fully for good homeostasis in the body. Sources from seaweed may contain certain levels of arsenic. Our Iodine is considered nascent iodine.
Thyroid Nascent iodine is a stable compound of iodine in a tinture solution that liberates the element in an atomic or nascent state on contact with an excess of solvent, such as the fluids of the body. No other active medicinal agents are present. By liberating nascent or atomic iodine, nascent iodine furnishes the organism with this element in such a form that it may be readily utilized.
The chemical purity of the iodine in our Iodine is greater than or = 99.8%. We are more concerned about the purity than the actual source. Iodine from seaweed may possibly contain impurities found in the ocean such as arsenic, bromine in quantities that are not desirable or healthy.
Iodine is necessary for the production of thyroid hormones which are necessary for normal metabolism. Even though it is so important for proper functioning of the human organism, iodine deficiency is relatively common. Severe iodine deficiency often occurs in individuals who have thyroid disease and are hyperthyroid (an over active thyroid), or those who have a goiter from thyroid malfunction. Symptoms of iodine deficiency may include extreme fatigue, slowing of both physical and mental processes, weight gain, facial puffiness, constipation and lethargy.
of the Benefits of Thyroid Nascent Iodine