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June 2, 2022

The correct course of many biochemical processes in the human body depends on the functioning of the thyroid gland. This endocrine gland stores iodine, necessary for the proper functioning of the body, and produces iodine-containing hormones

The thyroid gland regulates various functions of the body, so it should not be left unattended. If there are any deviations in the work of this organ, the treatment of the thyroid gland with folk remedies is recommended. Of course, this does not mean at all that such herbal treatment will lead to a 100% recovery, but the use of hormonal drugs will decrease significantly.

The application of various herbal infusions (elecampane, white cinquefoil, cocklebur, Icelandic moss, calendula, wormwood, licorice, common bruise, mistletoe, hawthorn, celandine), seeds and berries (chokeberry, feijoa) helps to restore the thyroid gland.

Cocklebur grass is recommended for the treatment of hyperothyroidism and goiter. The cocklebur grows among the weeds, in the ditches, near the river. It can also be grown in the garden. What are the health benefits of cocklebur?

The content of iodine in all parts of the plant is its main difference from other herbs. For therapeutic purposes, not the whole cocklebur is used, but only its leaves, stems and roots. Put one tablespoon of dried herbs  into 200 ml of water and bring to a boil on low heat for 10 minutes.  Then let it brew for about an hour. Two table spoons of Cocklebur in the form of an infusion should be taken before meals.

Cocklebur infusion treatment should be carried out for at least for six months, then take a break and after break continue taking it again until the nodes on the thyroid gland completely disappear.

For the thyroid treatment, you can also use cocklebur prickly, but this plant is poisonous. The cocklebur should be stored in a dry place for up to 3 years. In addition to treating the thyroid gland, cocklebur is recommended for indigestion.

For the thyroid treatment, many homeopaths also recommend herbal remedies. Recipes for such herbal remedies have their own characteristics.

The most common herbal recipe:

mint (1 tablespoon);

valerian (1 tablespoon);

motherwort (1 tablespoon);

hawthorn (2 tablespoons).

Mix herbs in a separate bowl. Pour a glass of boiling water over only one tablespoon of a mixture of herbs. You need to infuse them for about half an hour. Take half a glass twice a day before meals.