The thyroid is one of the largest endocrine glands in the body. Its main function is to absorb iodine
from the diet and combine it with the amino acid tyrosine to produce thyroid hormones, namely
triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T4). Once these hormones are synthesized they are released
into the bloodstream and used by every cell in the body to help regulate metabolism; maintain blood
pressure; influence other endocrine glands; and as an important regulator of growth and development
of the musculoskeletal, nervous, and reproductive systems. As a result, low thyroid function
may directly affect these many systems.
Administration of preparations from animal organs, also known as organotherapy, has been used
and documented since the times of Hippocrates and Galen for glandular deficiencies. Further
research has been published by Henry R. Harrower in his book Practical Organotherapy: The Internal
Secretions in General Practice, where he quotes a French researcher on a primary principle of
organotherapy stating that, “Extracts of an organ exert on the same organ an exciting influence
which lasts for a longer or shorter time. When the organ is insufficient, it is conceivable that this
influence augments its actions, and, when it is injured, that it favors its restoration.”
ThyroForce contains freeze-dried thyroid tissue from Argentine bovine sources because it
produces a higher concentration of unaltered protein and enzymes as well as all of the fat-soluble
components critical for a high-quality glandular.
ThyroForce may be used to complement any healing strategy designed for conditions related to low thyroid
Note: For best results, glandulars should be rotated every three months with a Sarcode therapy such as
1 capsule twice daily, or as directed.