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Thyrocsin Thyrocsin 120 caps.
Thorne Research
40.78 €

Thyrocsin 120 caps.

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  • Restores normal thyroid functions
  • Helpful in hypothyroidism
  • Regulates synthesis of hormones T3 and T4
  • Complete support for thyroid gland
  • Optimises metabolism
  • Enhances conversion of T4 to T3
  • Only natural ingredients
  • Boosts energy levels
  • Improves metabolism

Thorne Thyrocsin is a complex formula that aims at supporting the functioning of the thyroid. It contains a combination of carefully selected vitamins, minerals, and nutrients, enriched with an ashwagandha extract. The synergic activity of all of its components makes it possible restore normal thyroid functions and prevents disorders in its activity.

The preparation is a perfect element of thyroid disease prevention. It is particularly recommended for people who suffer from the symptoms typical of hypothyroidism, such as tiredness for no apparent reason, a low mood, a constant sensation of cold, gaining weight despite a normal caloric balance. An indication for supplementation can also be worse hormone test results. Even if they are still within normal laboratory values, the results being near the extremes of norms can suggest that the activity of the thyroid is weakening and that it needs some thorough support.

Significance of the thyroid for the organism
The thyroid is a small endocrine gland consisting of two lobes, which are located in the lower part of the neck and whose shape resembles butterflies. The main role of the thyroid is the production of two hormones – thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3). They are essential for the normal functioning of nearly every cell in the organism, regulate metabolism, and are responsible for maintaining the right dynamics in the human life.

There are many factors that can distort thyroid functions, for example chronic stress, improper diet, deficiencies of some vitamins and minerals, the use of pharmacological agents (like oral hormonal contraceptives. Usually, it turns out that a weakened thyroid produces too little of the hormones T3 and T4, and the conversion of T4 to T3 is insufficient when compared with the needs of the entire organism. What also occurs sometimes is the hypertrophy of reversed triiodothyronine (rT3), which inhibits necessary hormonal transformations by blocking thyroid hormone receptors.

There is an entire range of natural compounds that can improve the functioning of the thyroid and stimulate its normal activity in case it deteriorates. Sometimes, it is enough to provide the organism with the right supply of specific vitamins, minerals, and nutrients for the thyroid to function with no problems. The manufacturer of the preparation contained all of the crucial compounds in it. Both their dosage and forms were selected carefully so that the bioretention is optimal and the organism is provided with everything it needs.

The T3- and T4-increasing complex contains crucial nutrients and plant substances whose complex mechanisms of activity give the preparation the ability to increase thyroid hormone levels. The process of the greatest importance is especially the increased production of thyroxine, which serves as a substrate in the conversion into triiodothyronine.

Iodine is one of the so-called trace elements. It not only supports thyroid functions, but it is absolutely essential for its normal functioning. The thyroid uses iodine for the synthesis of hormones – triiodothyronine produced by it has three iodine atoms, while thyroxine contains four.

L-tyrosine is one of the main endogenous amino acids. When it comes to the functioning of the thyroid, the most important thing is that tyrosine cooperates with iodine and is a precursor of T3 and T4. Both triiodothyronine and thyroxine are iodinated tyrosine derivatives. Too low a tyrosine supply distorts the production of thyroid hormones, and its consequence is usually hypothyroidism.

Ashwagandha comes from India, where it has a long history of medical applications. Traditionally, it is used as an adaptogenic herb that helps to restore the homeostasis and facilitate the adaptation of the organism to harmful conditions (for example, chronic stress). The properties are also extremely valuable for the normal functioning of the thyroid gland. Long-lasting stress stimulates the overproduction of cortisol, which in turn increases the level of rT3 and distorts the functioning of T3.

As an adaptogen, ashwagandha supports the organism’s normal response to stress. Tests have proven that apart from reducing cortisol levels, ashwagandha extracts also increase the concentration of T3 and T4 in the serum. Experiments conducted on rodents proved that after only 20 days of supplementation, T3 levels increased by 18%, and T4 levels – by as much as 111%. On the other hand, tests on people showed that patients who used ashwagandha not only had higher T4 levels, but also the TSH results were additionally enhanced.

The complex stimulating T4 conversion to T3 contains a mix of minerals essential for the normal process of T4 conversion to T3. It is an important process because even though T3 is the crucial enzyme with a much stronger effect than T4, the thyroid releases about 20 times more T4 than it does T3. As the conversion of T4 to T3 decreases, the levels of T3 and fT3 (free triiodothyronine) drop and the secretion of inactive rT3 increases. All that leads to serious disorders in the functioning of thyroid dependent systems and organs.

Selenium participates in the synthesis of thyroid hormones, inhibits the production of thyroid antibodies, and improves the conversion of T4 to T3. It is an essential component of a group of enzymes responsible for removing the iodine atom from thyroxine while it is being converted to triiodothyronine. Numerous tests have demonstrated that patients suffering from various thyroid disorders always have too low selenium levels in the organisms.

Selenium also plays a major role in protecting the thyroid gland. It protects its cells from oxidative damage, which can occur in the reactions that lead to hormone synthesis accompanied by the release of hydrogen peroxide. Properly high selenium levels are also crucial for protecting thyroid cells from the damage caused by excessive iodine concentration.

Zinc is one of the most important trace elements in the organism. The thyroid can convert T4 to T3 only in its presence. What is more, zinc is also needed for the hypothalamus. Thanks to the element, the hypothalamus releases TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone), which in turn sends a signal to the pituitary to stimulate the activity of the thyroid.

Copper occurs in the organism in very small amounts; however, scientists have proven that its deficiencies are potentially lethal. Copper and zinc are a unique duet. Large amounts of zinc inhibit the absorption of copper and can lead to a dangerous deficiency, so it is advised that zinc supplementation be accompanied by copper as well.

Copper deficiency inhibits the conversion of T4 to T3, and it additionally distorts the functioning of the hypothalamus. Without the right amount of copper, it is unable to regulate the functioning of the thyroid properly.

The complementary ingredient complex includes vitamins that are unjustifiably omitted in blends directed at improving the functioning of the thyroid. Meanwhile, by enhancing biochemical processes that take place in the system, they also bring factual benefits for normal thyroid functions.

Vitamin B12 mainly regulates the functioning of the nervous, circulatory, and digestive systems; however, many tests have demonstrated that its deficiencies are correlated with the distorted functioning of the thyroid, especially hypothyroidism. Some scientists suggest that too low a vitamin B12 supply increases the production of rT3, that is the biologically inactive form of the hormone T3.

Vitamin C is rarely associated with the thyroid; meanwhile, its right supply is essential for its normal functioning. Thyroid disorders are often a consequence of adrenal exhaustion and the overproduction of cortisol as a result of chronic stress. Chronic stress distorts the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis (HPA). The thyroid is activated by the functioning of the hypothalamus and the pituitary, so everything that distorts the HPA axis has also a negative effect on thyroid functions. It works the other way round, too – everything that helps to reduce cortisol levels and restore the homeostasis of the HPA axis enhances the functioning of the thyroid.

Vitamin C is one of the most efficient agents when it comes to enhancing the functioning of the adrenals and regulating cortisol levels. Many tests have demonstrated that increasing vitamin C supply helps to restore normal TSH values.

Vitamin E is an extremely powerful antioxidant. In that respect, it is also supported by vitamin C, another efficient antioxidant. Protecting cells from the harmful activity of free radicals is also crucial for the thyroid. Antioxidants protect the liver from damage, the organ that is exposed to oxidative stress the most. The liver is the place where T4 is converted to T3 and the centre of secreting carrier proteins for thyroid hormones. Many tests have demonstrated that hepatic insufficiency has a negative effect on the functioning of the thyroid.

Vitamin E can also reduce oxidative stress caused by hypothyroidism. It inhibits the harmful process of lipid peroxidation and protects cells from the damage caused by the activity of free radicals.

To sum up, Thyrocsin is a tested combination of the most efficient compounds designed to support the functioning of the thyroid in many ways. The thyroid gland is an organ that regulates the entire life activity of a human being, so caring for its basic functions is essential for normal mental and physical well-being.

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