Thyroid Misfiring? Tired of being Tired? Don’t Fall Asleep On This Post!

Hello, MnSue here in sunny Phoenix, Arizona this week!

Thank you for the gift of beautiful sunny 70-80 degree days! I am enjoying this lovely weather and the welcoming homes!

Today, I want to write about the thyroid and when it goes willy wompas and wants to work overtime and wipes us out. Or put it this way, tries to work overtime and shuts down.

One can drink all the energy drinks out there and you will still feel depleted.

So, time to see my doctor and get some blood work drawn and the results known. Sometimes, the thyroid can play tricks on us, so I make sure to get a follow up one done, a month or so later, at a different time of day.

Here are some of the symptoms to clue me in on a sluggish thyroid;

  • Difficulty with either not being able to loose weight or gain
  • Bulging eyes
  • Flush easily
  • High temperatures irritate one
  • Mentally/physically tired
  • Hair loss
  • Tires out easily
  • Racing Pulse when not moving
  • Trembling on the inside
  • SADD (seasonal sadness)
  • Tired in the daytime, day after day
  • Rough dry skin on bottom of feet
  • Sweating
  • Enlarged thyroid gland

Not that these are all the symptoms but they can be a starting point with the doctor. I would make a list of my symptoms, questions and concerns.

When results come in and if my thyroid is off, this is what I would do.

 Start off with a good whole body cleanse, Cleansing Trio. Getting rid of chlorine and fluorine from the body and other build up of toxins. As chlorine and flourine attach to iodine and deplete your body of it.

Next, I would make sure not to drink water or juices with chlorine & fluorine in it.

Third, I would add iodine product (Sea Salt with Iodine) and other sea food, to my regime and start with Young Living’s products called Thyromin, Multigreens or juicing with organic greens, one of the shakes and UltraYoung Spray.

After that, I would work in the oils, in the beginning multiple times a day by muscle testing which essential oils are best for me of the following:

                                      Frankincense, Lemongrass, Myrtle, or Lavender, Ledum, Myrrh, Clove, Spruce, Endoflex, Transformation, Valor, Envision, Inspiration, Surrender or Awaken.

Putting the oils on before bed between the times of 9 -11 will help the oils work optimally. First, on feet, below the biggest toe, on bend between the toe and the rest of the foot. On the V shape under the chin, in neck line(right over the thyroid).

Lastly, I would be reminding myself to drink plenty of water, good sleeping pattern and a good nutritional supplements that I can trust the company I buy from, like Young Living Essential Oils.

MnSue leaving you to enjoy the day~

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P.S.  I would be remembering to do follow up with my doctor, to monitor how my thyroid is functioning.

Thank you to LeAnne Deardeuff, DC with her book on “Ultimate Balance” Infusing the Vibrational Energy of Essential Oils into Chakras, Meridians and Organs

Reference Guide for Essential Oils compiled by Connie and Alan Higley

One can purchase these books at and learn all about how to work in depth even more on the thyroid. I love the simple diagrams and the different ideas LeAnne Deardeuff has to work with ones body, in her book. I love both of these books and have used the reference one for years now.


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