is a broad spectrum supplement that contains the highest quality glandular, herbal, and nutritional compounds to support healthy thyroid hormone physiology. Other compounds are included in this formula to support and stimulate balanced thyroid hormone production. Recommended usage: Take 1 capsule 2 times a day, or as directed by a healthcare professional.
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1 Capsule contains:
- Vitamin A (as retinyl palmitate) 1000 IU
- Vitamin D (as cholecalciferol) 100 IU
- Riboflavin 20 mg
- Niacin (as niacinamide) 15 mg
- Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxal 5’-phosphate) 5 mg
- Magnesium (as magnesium citrate) 30 mg
- Zinc (as zinc glycinate) 10 mg
- Selenium (as L-selenomethionine) 20 mcg
- Copper (as copper gluconate) 200 mcg
- Manganese (as manganese gluconate) 5 mg
- Bromelain (plant enzyme) 350,000 PU
- Ashwagandha Extract (root) 275 mg
- Thyroid (bovine) 75 mg
Proprietary Blend: 38.5 mg of Betaine HCI
- Cellulase (plant enzyme)
- CoQ10 (as ubidecarenone)
- Lipase (plant enzyme)
- Peptidase (plant enzyme).
Capsule (gelatin) cellulose.
from OLYMPIA, WA asked:
December 12, 2017
Since this is out of stock, what's the closest comparative product so that my body doesn't freak out?
We understand. A lot of Apex products were designed after Biotics products who did the basic research. You can try Biotics Medastim, Integrative Therapeutics Thyrosine Complex, or Allergy Research Thyroid Natural Gland. Let us know if you aren't getting the results you need.
on December 12, 2017
We understand. Many of the Apex products were designed after Biotics products. You can try Biotics Medastim, Integrative Therapeutics Thyrosine Complex, or Allergy Research Thyroid Natural Gland. Let us know if you aren't getting the results you need. We can probably help you trouble shoot your issue.
on December 12, 2017
from Montville Nj asked:
July 1, 2017
For how long this supplement can be taken? Can I just keep taking forever ?
You can take it as long as you are having hypo thyroid symptoms. You should also monitor with lab tests.
on July 5, 2017
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from St Paul MN asked:
June 25, 2017
How long does it take thyroxal to work?
You should notice it beginning to work within a few weeks.
on June 26, 2017
from NYC asked:
May 11, 2017
Hi Dr. Dan,
Is it ok to take Thyroxal, with its copper content, if I have the 1298C MTHFR mutation gene?
In the genetic counseling I have done, I first look at detox genetics, then neurotransmitters and THEN methylation. Uour body might be using other pathways to get the job done anyway and if that is the case, it won't be an issue.
So whether you body will like Thyroxal or not is still a question anyway. Before you push thyroid, make sure your glutathione levels are up (EuroMedica Clinical Glutathion) and that your D3 levels are in the neighborhood of 80. If those are good, they you can try something like Thyroxal and you may respond well to it 1298C or not. One size does not fit all here so you will have to experiment some to see what works best for you. You can always give us a call and we will see if we can offer more specific guidance.
on May 22, 2017
from california asked:
April 19, 2017
I'm currently on Thyroid meds 1.37 levothyroxine and have had my thyroid removed due to papillary cancer in 9/2011.
Can this product Thyroxal be a replacement for the medication I'm currently taking in my case??
If you have little or no thyroid left due to surgery, you might get some benefit from a thyroid supplement like Thyroxal. This supplement won't contain any actual thyroid hormone so this would be used along side your meds not in place of. Thanks for the question.
on April 21, 2017
from Knoxville, TN asked:
January 30, 2017
I have been taking kelp capsules for a long time. Although they do give me energy, I recently took a hair analysts test and have pretty severe hypothyroidism. I'm wondering if this would help. Thanks, jesdica
I am glad the kelp has been helpful.
We routinely recommend Thyroxal as well as Thyro-CNV for thyroid support. I would be curious to see what your blood test looks like, however. We would have to look at a fairly complete test that includes several thyroid indicators inT3, T4, thyroxine index, reverse T3,TSH and probably some thyroid antibodies. Once you know your thyroid situation in pretty good detail, you can try the Thyroxal for a few months and then retest to make sure your lab values are coming back into a more normal range. Thyroid affects just about everything else in your body so getting this dialed in will pay large dividends.
Thanks for the question and thanks for shopping at OVitaminPro.com!
on February 6, 2017
from Pompano Beach, Florida asked:
October 22, 2016
I have Hypothyroidism as well as Hashimoto's. I was on Synthroid, 88mcg, I was still experiencing extreme fatigue, muscle aches, cold hands and feet, cold temperature, hair loss, anxiety and depression. My body had a conversion issue, as my RT3 was too high as we increased the Synthroid. I have since seen a doctor who specializes in functional medicine and am currently eating using an AutoImmune Paleo Diet (eliminated gluten, dairy, soy, eggs, night shades). She has suggested I use Thyroxal along with another supplement for help with conversion. As using NDT (Armour, NatureThyroid) gave me debilitating anxiety, increased heart palps, tightness in chest, shortness of breath. My concern is that the majority of what I've heard about glandular products, is that people who have been on thyroid replacement drugs for a number of years, do not have any success using glandulars. Is there any truth to that? I know all glandular products are different. Do you know of any cases like mine, where someone had success with the Thyroxal or another glandular?
This type of problem you are describing is all too common so, yes we have seen this before. You may not do that great with Thyroxal but this is not just a glandular. Some people do better with Thyro-CNV, however so that is probably a better place to go next. You will have to experiment to see which formula works best for you at this time. Since a lot of thyroid problems are aggravated by adrenal fatigue be sure you are supporting that with NeuroScience AdreCor and/or BetterGenix AdrenalGenix too.
on October 24, 2016