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Treatment for Hypothyroidism

Treatment for Hypothyroidism


The therapeutic package for Hypothyroidism recommended by Hekma Center consists of 7 different medicinal herbs. Many scientific studies have proved the effectiveness and medicinal properties of these herbs in treating Hypothyroidism. This treatment package is very effective and highly recommended. The package is sufficient for 50 days which is the initial treatment period. The patient will need to order another treatment package depending on his health condition and in prior arrangement with our crew. Improvement will be noticed during this period of time and will continue until the patient completely recovers. The patient must keep contact with our staff once every 2 weeks for follow up. For more information, please read below.

All products included in this package are 100% natural. The products are packaged according to the strict international condition of safety, health and hygiene. They are certified by local ministry of health and hold a GMP certification, the ISO-9001, and the ISO-22000 certificate. The products also have a USA FDA registration number. It should be noted that these products are exclusive to Hekma Center and you can purchase them through our website or through approves sale website such as Amazon and ebay from all over the World.

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Treatment for : hypothyroidism

Duration of treatment: 50 days

ship weight: 1.1 kg

Price : 420 USD

The natural treatment for hypothyroidism recommended by Hekma Center consists of 7 different medicinal herbs: Moringa oleiferaWithania somniferaSerenoa Serrulata, Eleutherococcus Senticosus, Origanum Vulgare, Rosmarinus Officinalis, and Extract of Gotu kola.. The patient will also receive a list of important daily instruction to do at home. Many scientific studies have proved the effectiveness of these herbs in treating hypothyroidism naturally without side effects. This treatment is tested and highly recommended by specialist of Hekma Center. (for detailed information about each product and for references you can click on the name of the herb).

Method of use: Doses should be taken according to the detailed table below. Take capsules before, with or after a meal in the morning, afternoon, or in the evening.

This therapeutic package for hypothyroidism is sufficient for 50 days. The patient’s condition will improve gradually during this period of time until he gains full recovery. The patient will need to order another treatment package depending on his health condition and in prior arrangement with our crew. He must keep contact with our staff once every 2 weeks for follow up. It is very important to abide by the given instructions during this  treatment period.

This treatment is 100% natural and does not have side effects. It is intended for people suffering from Hypothyroidism only. If you have other health conditions, please contact us through our email for consultation so we can prescribe a treatment that best suits your condition. The therapeutic package for Hypothyroidism is suitable for both males and females.

NOTE:Price does not include shipping and delivery charges.

For browsing and reading about these herbal products, please click on the name of the herb.

Natural treatment recommended by Hekma Center: 


First portion Second portion



2 caps. * 2 times 2 caps. * 2 times


Vitan (Withania somnifera)

2 caps. * 2 times 2 caps. * 2 times


Dkn (Serenoa Serrulata)

2 caps. * 2 times 2 cap. * 2 times


S.G1 (Eleutherococcus Senticosus)

2 cap. * 2 times 2 cap. * 2 times


Ureg. (Origanum Vulgare)

2 caps. * 2 times 2 caps. * 2 times


Roz (Rosmarinus Officinalis)

2 caps. * 2 times 2 caps. * 2 times


Gotu kola extract (E-Goto)

1 cap. * 2 times 1 cap. * 2 times



Note: People who have been taking drugs for hypothyroidism for a long period of time will need to take more than one treatment package on a continuous basis, because the human body quickly gets used to these drugs and stops the normal production of the hormone.

Thyroid gland

The thyroid gland is one of the largest endocrine glands in the body. It is located in the front part of the neck below the larynx (Adam’s apple) in front of  the trachea. It has two side lobes connected by the isthmus in the middle. Thyroid gland normally weighs 15 to 20 grams in adults. It contains follicular cells. The follicular cells are responsible for the secretion of two major hormones, thyroxin (T4) and tri-iodothyronine (T3). The thyroid gland needs iodine from foods to secrete thyroid hormones.

Thyroid hormones (TH) are very important since they affect every cell and every organ in the body. They regulate metabolism in adult, slow down or speed up heartbeat, regulate the digestive system, control body temperature, appetite, protein composition and muscle contraction.


Hypothyroidism means that the thyroid gland cannot produce enough thyroid hormone to keep normal body functioning. Low levels of thyroid hormone interfere with the body’s ability to perform normal metabolism.

There are different types of Hypothyroidism:

  1.   Hashimoto’s thyroiditis– an autoimmune disease that affects thyroid cells.
  2.  Primary- a problem in the thyroid itself.
  3.  Secondary- A decreased production of Thyroid stimulating hormone ( TSH) due to pituitary gland. This hormone is a tropical hormone (hormone that affects the glands) responsible for stimulating the thyroid gland to secrete T3 and T4 hormones.
  4.  Third- A decreases production of Thyrotropin-releasing hormone (TRH) which is secreted from the hypothalamus to the pituitary gland and stimulates the production of TSH.

Causes of Hypothyroidism:

  1.  Hashimoto’s- an autoimmune disease that causes inactivation of the thyroid gland.
  2.  Imbalanced treatment of hyperthyroidism may cause hypothyroidism.
  3.  Radiotherapy to the head and neck in cancer patients. Also thyroid treatment with radioactive iodine.
  4.  Pituitary tumor (rare) or dysfunction of the pituitary or hypothalamus.
  5.  Thyroiditis. Usually appears after birth.
  6.  The use of some drugs like lithium, anti-thermic drugs given to people with epilepsy and neurologic disorders, hypotensive drugs (β blockers), hypocholesterolemic drugs, chemotherapy, and steroids.
  7.  Emotional stress.
  8.  Genetic factors.
  9.  Malnutrition- iodine deficiency, vitamin A, B, or C deficiency, selenium deficiency, or Zinc deficiency.
  10.  Hyperfluoride which inhibits iodine absorption.
  11.  Lack of physical exercise.
  12.  Deficiency or damage to liver functioning due to mineral toxicity, antibiotics, or malnutrition that  affects the transferring process of T3 hormone to T4.
  13.  Viral infection like Epstein Barr virus.
  14.  Smoking and excessive consumption of alcohol.
  15.  X ray.
  16.  Hormonal imbalance especially of estrogen and progesterone.

Symptoms of hypothyroidism:

  1.  Obesity (weight gain) and difficulty losing weight.
  2.  Low body temperature (hypothermia).
  3.  Constipation and flatulence.
  4.  Memory impairment, confusion, lack of concentration, and slow thinking.
  5.  Mood swings (depression and anxiety).
  6.  Fatigue and lack of energy, sensitivity and cold intolerance, paleness.
  7.  Muscle ache.
  8.  Anemia.
  9.  Tachypnea.
  10.  Rough skin, dry coarse hair, and hair loss.
  11.  Dry and thick skin.
  12.  Onychorrhexis (breaking of nails) and Trichoclasia (breaking of hair).
  13.  Sleep disorders.
  14.  Joint stiffness and weak painful arteries.
  15.  Menstruation disorders: heavy bleeding, short menstruation, and increased symptoms of PMS (Premenstrual syndrome).
  16.  Hoarseness.
  17.  Swollen face and dangling eyelids.
  18.  Difficulty breathing.
  19.  Hypercholesterolemia and Hypertriglyceridemia.
  20.  Bradycardia, hypotension and sometimes palpitation.
  21.  Hypo- sexuality.
  22.  Renal dysfunction and edema.
  23.  Low calcium concentrations (hypocalcaemia) which causes numbness and muscle spasm in the limbs.

*Note: untreated hypothyroidism may cause heart failure, anemia, numbness, confusion, imbalance, memory impairment and more.

Advices for patients of hypothyroidism:

  1.  Eat foods that contain iodine like algae, fish and sea salt. (be careful if you take Altroxen drug because it may cause hyperthyroidism).
  2.  Eat foods high in omega 3 fatty acid like salmon, Mackerel, and flax seed. Fatty acids are important for the production of thyroid hormones and for the healthy and normal functioning of the nervous system, as well as to strengthen the immune system.
  3.  Eat fruits and vegetables because they are considered a rich source of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals that inhibit the activity of free radicals and improve metabolism.
  4.  Eat foods high in other essential fatty acids. Preferably eat raw nuts and almonds, seeds and olive oil.
  5.  Eat foods high in fiber such as whole grains, vegetables, fruits, legumes, oatmeal, bran, and flaxseeds. Fibers help eliminate body waste, improve intestinal flora (gastrointestinal germs), and protect mucous membranes of the digestive system.
  6.  Eat food that have high content of B vitamins such whole grains (whole rice, oatmeal, quinoa), legumes (lentils, beans), vegetables and vegetable juices (leafy greens, sprouts, root vegetables), fruits and fruit juices (apples, pears, papayas). B vitamins are essential for various metabolic processes and are involved in the production of thyroid hormones. They are also essential for maintaining healthy functioning of various body systems.
  7.  Drink plenty of water (2 liters a day at least).
  8. Drink 3 glasses of water (approximately 400ml) first thing in the morning. Preferably wait at least ½ -1 hours before you have your breakfast (for cleansing of the stomach and intestines).
  9.  Do daily exercise and do relaxation exercises such as yoga, Pilates and breathing exercises because they help relieve tension and stress. Exercising on a daily basis improves metabolism, increases thyroid function, improves mood (raises the level of endorphins), and increases blood flow in the body.
  10.  Drink ginger tea every day.
  11.  Drink marjoram or oregano tea every day.
  12.  Drink Cinnamon tea every day.
  13.  Drink licorice tea.
  14.  Eat half a tablespoon of ground fenugreek twice a day (morning and evening).
  15.  Eat half a tablespoon of ground Nigella sativa twice a day (morning and evening).
  16.  You may add jeen product (Ginko Biloba) and lymf product (Gallium Aparine)to the therapeutic package.
  17.  Eat foods high in vitamin C, vitamin A, zinc and selenium.
  18.  Get adequate amount of sleep and try to relax more.

People of Hypothyroidism should avoid the following:

  1.  Foods that contain goitrogenic substances (that disrupt the production of thyroid hormones) such as soy beans, peanuts, white corn, garlic, onions and vegetables of the cruciferae family (cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, radish, Turnip, mustard). Good cooking of these foods invalidates the goitrogenic structure.
  2.  Fast foods and processed foods that contain preservatives and flavorings. These food weaken the body’s systems and make the thyroid gland work harder.
  3.  Foods that contain saturated fats such as beef, processed foods, margarine, butter, and refined oils.
  4.  Allergenic foods especially in case of hypothyroidism due to Hashimoto’s. preferably avoid Wheat, cow milk, dairy, corn, soybeans, citrus, walnuts, peanuts, tomatoes, coffee, and chocolate.
  5.  Foods that contain fats, saturated oils, starches, sugars, preservatives and snacks.
  6.  Dairy products and cow milk.
  7.  Alcohol, energy drinks, soft drinks and sodas.
  8.  Smoking.


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