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HYPER-thyroidism/Liver Flush?
Fois Grasse Views: 1,781
Published: 18 years ago

HYPER-thyroidism/Liver Flush?

Can Liver Flushes cure/alleviate HYPER-thyroidism/ TSH deficiency? On this website I found a claim that HYPO-thyroidism had been cured. (This was found on the HYPER forum, but by her drug description indicates HYPO.)

In the case I am referring to, hyperthyroidism or TSH deficiency was found from the following results:

TSH very low
T4 normal
T3 significantly higher than normal

From the little I have come to understand through quick web searches is that:
The thyroid produces T4 (inactive state), which is then transported to the LIVER to be converted into the active substance T3. However TSH can in turn be broken up by T3. (A more complete understanding of this biochem pathway would be appreciated).

This follows with these test results, high T3 levels destroying TSH.

Following this logic (if the above pathway is correct) the problem lies in the LIVER and not the thyroid. This would mean existing hyperthyroid treatment for similar cases, including surgery to remove the thyroid or drugs to depress its activity are misplaced.

A congested liver condition producing hyperthyroid symptoms?

Could Liver Flushes be part of the answer?
If so, are there any possible medical problems that might arise from doing a Liver Flush such as the “Dr Hulda Clark ” given this condition? Pressure on the heart or aggravation of thyroid activities?

Wish you all good health.

Fois Grasse

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