Hypothyroidism is an under active, low thyroid. Your thyroid makes hormones that controls the way your body uses energy.
When this hormone is low, it can make you feel tired and week and if left untreated can raise your cholesterol levels, which in turn can make you have a heart attack.
You may feel tired, week, or depressed, you can feel very cold or hot, and can cause weight gain.
The family member I mentioned above, had contacted me about my essential oils when she was not noticing a difference after using her medication for quite some time. I told her that I had read something about using Lemongrass and Peppermint for a low thyroid. She started using it along with her medications. She immediately saw a difference in the hot and cold flashes.
Recently, I noticed she was losing a lot of weight and asked her what she was doing different and she said that she had started using two drops each of Lemongrass and Peppermint on her neck (front) regularly, morning and night, and has been cutting back her medication slowly.
I was amazed at what these two oils were doing for her, and I know she feels so much better, especially knowing she is using a healthier alternative.
I write about these success stories, because it makes me so happy that my suggestions about alternative healthcare are helping so many. I feel like my life purpose is to spread the word about essential oils, because I know that it is helping people and they feel better knowing that they are using something healthy!! I hope many others have seen success with healthier alternatives to medicine. I would love to hear your stories if you would like to share!!!
Disclaimer: This blog is only my opinion. It is not medical advice or diagnosis. Only opinions based upon our own personal experiences.
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