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O2B Thyroid Rejuvenator

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O2B Thyroid Rejuvenator is designed to nourish and support the Thyroid gland. It combines 13 traditional medicinal herbs to support hormone balance, physicality and metabolic functions of the thyroid gland. This powerful liquid herbal formula provides your body with support for healthy thyroid function.

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O2B Thyroid Rejuvenator is a powerful tool for supporting healthy thyroid gland function. The herbs found in our tonic are nourishing, stimulatory and supportive to not just the thyroid but the whole endocrine system.

The thyroid is one of the many glands in the endocrine system which regulates metabolism, hormonal secretions, growth and development, tissue function, sexual and reproductive health, sleep and mood. Dysfunction of the thyroid gland can manifest as systemic and often contrary symptoms and depending on its under or over activity can cause palpitations, insomnia, menstrual cycle disruption, fatigue, weight gain or loss, an inability to lose or gain weight, feeling cold or hot, dry skin, joint and muscle pain, racing thoughts or mental sluggishness.

Key Benefits:

  • Supports healthy thyroid function
  • Supports healthy metabolism
  • Nourishes endocrine glands throughout the body


Each 10mls contains:

  • Borage (equiv to dry herb) 1125mg
  • Bladderwrack (equiv to dry herb) 300mg
  • Liquor ice (equiv to dry herb) 375mg
  • Blue Flag (equiv to dry herb) 225mg
  • Fenugreek (equiv to dry herb) 120mg
  • Globe Artichoke (equiv to dry herb) 37.5mg
  • Barberry (equiv to dry herb) 30mg
  • Vervain (equiv to dry herb) 187.5mg
  • Valerian (equiv to dry herb) 187.5mg
  • Chamomile (equiv to dry herb) 15mg
  • Dandelion (equiv to dry herb) 7.5mg
  • Gentian (equiv to dry herb) 15mg
  • Ginger (equiv to dry herb) 7.5mg
  • Vegetable Glycerin
  • Grain Alcohol

A native of the Mediterranean, Medicinal Herbalists prescribe Borage (Borago officinalis) for hormone regulation, increasing metabolism, as a diuretic, increasing energy levels and counteracting fatigue and exhaustion. Borage is also considered a good remedy for PMS and menopausal symptoms. Typically the above ground foliage, flowers and seed oil are used in herbal medicine. This medicinal herb has many phyto-nutrients, vitamins, essential fatty acids and minerals. Containing high levels of iron, Vitamin A, Omega 6 essential fatty acids, copper and B vitamins, Borage has a synergistic effect of supporting endocrine function and calming effects of the nervous system. Borage contains high levels of the essential fatty acid Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA) which is a potent anti-inflammatory compound that soothes and supports mucous membranes, hormone producing glands and inflamed skin and fibrocystic conditions.

A nutrient dense sea vegetable found on the coasts of North America, Baltic Sea, Pacific and Atlantic Oceans that contains high levels of all minerals, especially Iodine and traditionally prescribed to normalize Thyroid gland function and regulate thyroid hormone synthesis and support metabolism. Bladderwrack (Fucus vasiculosis) is similar to a multi-mineral supplement in that it contains high levels of calcium, potassium, phosphorus, sulfur, silica, selenium, manganese, iron, magnesium and zinc. It supports cellular function with B Vitamins and boosts antioxidant levels with beta-carotene and zeaxanthin. Bladderwrack nourishes the endocrine system, helps improve lipid imbalances, binds to heavy metals, helps to relieve constipation and increases detoxification processes through the digestive tract. It also contains alginic acid, which has fibrous qualities that can prevent and treat diarrhea and is useful for indigestion.

Licorice or Liquorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) is native to Southern Europe and parts of Asia and is a member of the pea family that has a vast tap root that is used in herbal medicine. Medicinal use of this root in both Eastern and Western cultures dates back thousands of years. This potent anti-inflammatory herb is soothing and softens mucus membranes and possesses antioxidant, anti-arthritic, anti-spasmodic, anti-viral, anti-bacterial, expectorant, immune-stimulant and adaptogenic properties. Containing isoflavones, coumarins, asparagin, sterols, polysaccharides, glycyrrhizin and is also a rich source of iron, chromium, cobalt, magnesium and Vitamin B3. Licorice is a significant tool against allergies and autoimmune conditions due to its phyto-steroidal content that counteracts or mimics the adrenal hormones cortisol and aldosterone whose main functions are to down regulate allergic and immune responses, form antibodies, nourish the adrenal glands, regulate blood pressure, the sodium and potassium levels in the body and promote water reabsorption. Providing significant relief from fatigue, fibromyalgia, viral infections, PMS and adrenal dysfunction Licorice has many strings to its bow including being a useful tool against autoimmune conditions that affect the thyroid.

Native to Eastern North America Iris Versicolor or Blue Flag root and rhizomes are known as a powerful medicinal herb used to treat goiter (enlarged thyroid) and in history has been classed as a thyroid detoxifier. With mild laxative, expectorant diuretic and detoxifying properties the phyto-nutrients found in Blue Flag root include irisin, iridin, beta-sitosterol, furfural, oleoresin, triterpenoids, tannin, iodine, volatile oils, alkaloids and acids (including traces of salicylic acid). The stimulatory influences of Blue Flat Root affect the endocrine system, help to regulate menstrual cycles, improve lymphatic drainage and bile production in the gallbladder and supports liver detoxification pathways. Not to be taken in pregnancy.

Used historically by ancient Greeks and Romans for a wide range of medicinal and culinary purposes Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) has been cultivated since pre-history and seeds were found in Tutankhamen’s tomb. Thought to be native to the Near East Fenugreek leaves and seeds have powerful anti-inflammatory abilities and helps to soothe inflamed tissues. The biological components found in Fenugreek include steroidal sapinogens, beta-carotene, amino acids (histidine, lysine and arginine) flavonoids, folic acid, calcium, selenium, zinc, magnesium, B vitamins and high levels of iron. All these biologically active compounds helps regulate hormone levels, reduce swellings and inflammation and redress anaemia. Fenugreek has a wide array of uses in herbal medicine as it acts as an antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and is an expectorant to expel toxins and mucous through the lymphatic system and bronchial passages. Alleviates hormonal imbalances including thyroid dysfunction, hot flashes, regulates periods, improves libido, reduces anxiety and aids mood regulation. Not to be taken in pregnancy, or those taking diabetic medication, blood thinning drugs or MAO inhibitors for depression.

Part of the thistle family and native to the Mediterranean region, Globe Artichoke (Cynara scolymus) has been cultivated for its culinary and medicinal values since Greek and Roman times. The root/rhizome, leaves and flower head are all used in herbal medicine as they possess a large amount of biologically active compounds including cynarin, inulin, sesquiterpene lactone, caffeic and cholorogenic acids, flavonoids, amino acids, calcium, potassium, folic acid, B vitamins and carotenoids. Classed as hepato-protective, Cynarin offers fantastic support for the liver by boosting its detoxification pathways, increasing the production of and flow of bile and inhibits cholesterol synthesis. Inulin has been shown to support pancreatic function and readily lowers blood sugar levels. Prescribed by herbalists for gall stones, digestive disturbances, nausea, lowering cholesterol levels, boosting fat metabolism and hormone imbalance. As a gentle diuretic Globe artichoke supports kidney function.

Native to Europe Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) has played a part in medicinal healing since ancient Egypt times, modern medicinal herbalists prescribe the bright red berries to treat inflammation and infection of the urinary, respiratory and gastrointestinal tracts. Barberry is classed as a bitter which helps to stimulate the flow of all secretions, including bile, digestive enzymes and hormones. Also called Holy Thorn, Wild Oregon Grape or Sow berry, this spiny shrub has powerful astringent, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal activity. The biologically active constituents of Barberry bark and root-bark include many alkaloids, berberine, beta-carotene, B Vitamins and tannins. Berberine is an immune stimulant, helps dilate blood vessels, lowers blood pressure, regulates blood sugar levels, improves cardiovascular circulation, lowers blood lipid levels and is clinically effective for liver dysfunction, gall stones and peptic ulcers.

Vervain (Verbena officinalis) grows wild throughout Europe, North Africa and parts of Asia, was a sacred herb to the ancient Romans and Druids, who used it in purifying rituals. The leaves and flowering heads were traditionally prescribed for headaches, urinary tract issues, and circulatory problems and for sleeplessness. Having many biologically active components including volatile oils, bitter glycosides including iridoids and verbenin, tannins, alkaloids and mucilage. Vervain is known as a nervine tonic, anti-spasmodic, bile stimulant, laxative, galactogogue, sedative, and uterine stimulant herb. Vervain offers support to the parasympathetic nervous system and is well known to help achieve a good night’s sleep, prevent insomnia, reduce anxiety, treat post-natal depression, promote breast milk flow, lower blood pressure, treat lethargy and help with tension headaches. Modern herbalists prescribe Vervain to promote detoxification pathways of the liver and kidneys and regulate hormones, support endocrine glands including the thyroid, reduce anxiety and to boost the immune system

Valerian Root (Valeriana officinalis) is native to Europe and northern Asia and has been used for its medicinal properties for hundreds of years. Long been used to reduce the effects of stress and anxiety and is a great aid for restlessness and insomnia. It helps to normalize the central nervous system and acts as a sedative in states of agitation and fatigue. For centuries Valerian root has been used for its anti-spasmodic, carminative, diuretic, expectorant and sedative properties and is commonly prescribed for insomnia, anxiety, pain and inflammatory digestive complaints including bloating, wind and colic. The main biological active compounds found in Valerian include monoterpenes, beta-carotene, choline, B Vitamins, alkaloids, iridoids, quercetin, essential fatty acids, caffeic and chlorogenic acids, iron, magnesium, potassium, selenium, zinc and high levels of calcium. All of which help to promote wound healing, healthy nerve function, eases fatigue and muscle cramps.

Native to Western Europe, India and western Asia, Chamomile (Matricaria retutica) is an annual plant of the Asteraceae (Sunflower) family. The flower is a little white daisy that has been used for thousands of years to sooth anxiety, reduce stress levels, nervous tension, pain and to treat insomnia. A rich source of volatile oils and flavonoids that promote relaxation and have a mild sedative effect, making it perfect as a sleep aid. Chamomile has anti-spasmodic, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory activity. Containing biologically active compounds including coumarin, thymol, the amino acid tryptophan, boron, calcium, essential fatty acids, folic acid, iron, magnesium, selenium, sulfur, zinc, Vitamin A, K, C, E and B Vitamins, inositol and essential oils. With this vast array of biologically active components Chamomile is a useful tool to prevent depression, aid in thyroid function, help regulate sleep and relaxing the central nervous system. Chamomile oil is not suitable for use in pregnancy or when taking prescribed anticoagulant medication (Warfarin etc.).

Long been used in European and Chinese Herbal medicine as a liver tonic and as a diuretic and weight loss aid. Its Latin name Taraxacum officianale means ‘remedy for disease or disorder’, showing that Dandelion has been held in high esteem throughout herbal medical history. The flower, root and leaves contain biologically active components including bitters, carotenoids, sterols, tannins, vitamins A, C, D, several B’s, a rich source of iron, boron, calcium, magnesium, selenium, phosphorus, zinc and potassium. Classed as a powerful blood purifier due to its bitter constituents, it stimulates the liver and gallbladder to promote digestion and removal of toxins. As a diuretic it stimulates the kidneys to eliminate toxins and is often prescribed to help fight urinary tract infections. The whole of this weed has long been used around the world to support the liver for medicinal uses against liver dysfunction and disease and as a blood cleanser. A potent diuretic, it promotes excretion and secretions throughout the body, it helps to regulate hormonal balance. Often prescribed to treat anaemia, arthritis, good digestion, gout and to improve bone density

A cosmopolitan genus, occurring in alpine habitats in temperate regions of Asia, Europe and the Americas. Some species also occur in northwestern Africa, eastern Australia, and New Zealand. Gentian root (Gentiana lutea) is classed as a pure bitter in herbal medicine, this means that Gentian helps to stimulate metabolism and enhances all secretions throughout the body. Bitters stimulate receptors that instantly deliver signals to the whole of the digestive tract and endocrine system to wake, stimulating peristalsis, enhancing digestion through balancing the secretions of saliva, digestive enzymes and inducing hormone secretions. Often prescribed by medicinal herbalists for hypothyroidism, little or no appetite, dry mouth, slow or fast gastric emptying, heart burn or reflux and nausea. Gentian root contains iridoid monoterpenes, volatile oils and flavonoids that give it potent antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. To be avoided by those with Peptic ulcers.

Ginger (Zingiber officinale) originated in the rainforests of Southern Asia and has been cultivated for thousands of years for its culinary and medicinal uses. Ginger root has a vast array of proven medicinal applications as it has anti-nausea, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, analgesic, expectorant, hypotensive, circulatory stimulant and antispasmodic properties. Used medicinally for over 3,000 years, Ginger root is rich in antioxidants and volatile oils, B Vitamins, Vitamins A and C, essential fatty acids, amino acids, beta-carotene and is a vast source of minerals including iron, potassium, magnesium, selenium, zinc and phosphorus. Long been prescribed for asthma, bronchitis, headaches and migraines, colds and flus, arthritic conditions, kidney stones, depression, tendinitis, digestive disorders, supporting the cardiovascular system and improving blood circulation. Traditionally considered a warming herb, and is prescribed by medicinal herbalists for any ‘cold’ disorder as it helps to increase circulation as it helps to gently thin the blood.


5 – 10ml before meals (food) up to 3 times per day or as directed by your health care professional.

Shake well before use.

Adults use only.


If taking prescription medication or you have known ingredient sensitivities please consult your health care professional before taking this product.


Not to be taken during pregnancy or nursing.


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