Natures Sunshine Kelp (Iodine) .

Kelp is mainly used as a sea vegetable and is a group of brown algae. It has large, flat, leaf-like fronds that are usually attached to rocks in 3-46 metre seas. The botanical name Fucus originates from the Greek phykos which is a derivative of phytein meaning to grow, and refers to the plants length. The second name comes from the Latin vesicula meaning a little vesicle, referring to the air blisters found in the fronds.Kelp has been found to contain varying degrees of iodine, and it is this content that makes it of particular interest to herbalists. Iodine is a mineral that is used by the thyroid to maintain normal function.Therapeutic Use:Kelp is a traditional and natural source of iodine. Assists in the maintenance of general well-being.Dosage For adults: take one capsule with a meal daily.Always read the label.Contains no more than 270mcg of iodine.If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner.

Juhee Weasley – December 10, 2012

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