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My formula offers nutritional support for healthy thyroid function*

  • Unique blend of herbs and nutrients to activate T3 hormone*
  • Helps optimize healthy metabolism and weight*
  • Non-glandular formula*
  • Contains DPPIV to reduce absorption of gluten and casein*
  • Capsules may be be taken with food*  No need to worry about spacing it with other vitamins either.
  • ThyroScript contains a blend of herbs, nutrients and digestive enzymes representing a breakthrough for healthy thyroid function and normal metabolism.*

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Product Description


My innovative formula is now PATENT PENDING!  I’ve created the first and only nutritional supplement in the world to combine DPPIV with a synergistic blend of botanicals and vitamins to support thyroid health!
This product offers nutritional support for thyroid function:*
• Unique formulation available only from Script Essentials
• Contains nutrients and botanicals that enhance the production of T4*
• Provides key nutrients for peripheral conversion of T4 to T3*
• Helps optimize metabolism*
• Non-glandular formula

This product is FREE of magnesium stearate

What’s in it and why?
Your thyroid gland produces the hormones thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3) which are essential to the proper development and functions of cells in your body. Thyroid hormones regulate the metabolism of fats, proteins and carbohydrates from the food you eat. Thyroid hormone affects how these compounds produce energy. Individual thyroid hormones have several critical functions in your body, especially as it pertains to metabolism and your cardiovascular system. For example, T4 supports cardiac output, a healthy heart rate, your respiratory rate, and basal metabolic rate (BMR). A low BMR may cause you to feel cold, fatigued and hold on to weight.

ThyroScript provides supportive nutrients for a healthy thyroid gland.*

Not only does ThyroScript support healthy thyroid function, it also provides nutrients necessary for conversion of T4 to T3 in the cells and tissues outside your thyroid gland.*

DPPIV- ThyroScript contains a naturally-occurring digestive enzyme that humans make called “Dipeptidyl peptidase 4” or DPPIV that reduces absorption of gluten and casein. Those are the proteins found in wheat and dairy, respectively. Gluten and casein have been shown to attack the thyroid gland in sensitive individuals. DPPIV is added as protection for your thyroid gland, regardless of your choice to consume foods containing gluten and dairy.

Iodine- This mineral is a necessary for formation of T4, and there is less than 1 milligram in ThyroScript.

L-tyrosine- This is a necessary amino acid and it’s a component of both T4 and T3 formation.*

Ashwagandha- This is a an adrenal adaptogen. Animal studies indicate the Ayurvedic botanical ashwagandha can improve T4 concentrations.* When your adrenals go into a state of ‘overdrive’ they produce a lot of cortisol. High cortisol levels can interfere with thyroid function, resulting in low T4 or poor conversion of T4 to the active form, T3. Botanicals that support normal levels of cortisol may be of benefit for this population.*

Minerals- Several nutrients are also necessary for conversion of T4 to T3, including the minerals selenium, zinc, and copper.*

Vitamin B12- ThyroScript contains vitamin B12 because insufficiency appears to interfere with the activity of thyroid hormones.* The form used is a natural, biologically active form of B12 called methylcobalamin. That is the form your myelin sheath requires.

Oxyphyte- Conversion of T4 to T3 can be inhibited by heavy metal toxicity and lipid peroxidation. The antioxidant blend called “Oxyphyte” may counterbalance this inhibition.* This blend contains grape seed extract and polygonum root extract.

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to treat or cure any disease.

Additional Information

Weight .125 lbs


  1. :

    Thank you Suzy, this is the best product ever! I am thyroid sick, not sure if i have hypo but i have all the symptoms, my dr only checked my TSH: 1, i gues i have a perfect TSH! … After taking thyrod script i feel better, my nails are long ! And strong! My ayebrowns are fuller! No more cold feet and hands! I love Suzy! Please have a lot of this product in stock! I promise i will buy it for the rest of my life! I am only 42 !

  2. :

    I ordered ThyroScript after listening to the Thyroid Summit, researching further and comparing ingredients with my current premium nutritional supplements. (They already contain most of the ingredients in TS but I need a higher quantity) Adding two capsules a day to my current regimen was very beneficial for me. I’m really looking forward to the inventory being restocked soon!

  3. :

    It works! It does exactly what it says is supposed to do, love this product!

  4. :

    Ladies…if your hair is falling out due to your thyroid you have to get this product! I’m 53 and always had a great head of hair. That is until I reached 50 and all of a sudden my hair started falling out and I couldn’t stop it! I tried EVERYTHING and nothing helped. Then I tried Thyro Script. After about 2 weeks it stopped falling out. I could hardly believe it. I wondered if it was a coincidence and something else was really going on. But then as many of the other reviewers wrote the product came and went. It wasn’t available for a period of time due to high demand. Without the supplement my hair started to fall out again. I’ve just finished my first re-order bottle of Thyro Script and you guessed it my hair is no longer falling out again! I’m thrilled to have found a solution. Especially since the Doctors I saw didn’t have any answers for me except to catch and count how many hairs were falling out of my head daily! Really??? Thank you Suzy and Janice for responding to my emails with true concern for my questions about the availability of the product. It meant a lot to me and showed me what type of people you are! The Best!!!

  5. :

    I’ve struggled with Thyroid issues since my son was born. I became aware of Thyroscript after a friend referred me to Ms. Cohen’s book, Thyroid Healthy. There were so many things that Ms. Cohen hit on that really resonated with me. As a result, I tried her Thyroscript. I must say that I am thoroughly impressed with the product. Everything that Ms. Cohen states is what has happened – all so positive. I am forever grateful!

  6. :

    Thirty years ago, I was diagnosed as being hypothyroid and have been on various doses of Levoxyl since that time. After reading Suzy’s book, Thyroid Healthy, I made an appointment to see my primary care physician. The most recent blood test indicated (to the physician) that an increase in T4 was in order. I had been feeling tired and energy-sapped at mid day. At Suzy’s suggestion, I began taking ThyroScript. The tiredness and energy depletion subsided. I was feeling much better than I had prior to taking ThyroScript. But alas, when my bottle of ThyroScript ran out, it seemed there was a shortage of the product. I went to my local health food store and shopped for another thyroid product and bought one. It did not do the same for me as ThyroScript had done, namely, heighten my energy level (allowing my body to absorb the T4).

    At my appointment with my primary care physician, I presented her with the information contained in Thyroid Healthy. She gave me three choices: increase the T4, add T3, or take a combination pill containing both T4 and T3. I chose taking the additional T3 and my next blood test showed everything to be in order. Additionally, I received more ThyroScript that I have been taking daily along with the new prescriptions prescribed by my Doc. If I don’t take the ThyroScript, and I’ve done this on purpose, I find that after a couple of days I may need a nap in the afternoon. So for me, it’s ThyroScript every day!

  7. :

    I first started taking this product after seeing it discussed on the 700 Club. During the period of time when it was unavailable due to high demand, I switched to another thyroid supplement that had similar ingredients, not the exact same. I recently started taking this supplement again. There is no comparison. I feel much better when I am taking this one. Thanks!

  8. :

    This is an incredibly effective supplement for those suffering from hypothyroid. I LOVE the fact that my energy levels have been restored and that I’m feeling normal for the first time in several years. The side effects I’ve noticed are insomnia and insatiable hunger. A call to the customer service number yielded nothing more than advise to see a doctor which was highly disappointing since doctors seem to know next to nothing about this malady and less still about a cure. Even so, I wouldn’t trade these supplements for the world.

    • :

      Hi Kryss
      It is nice to meet you here. If you are taking the ThyroScript at nighttime and it is causing insomnia, then my recommendation is to take it during breakfast or lunch time. If you are taking the ThyroScript in the morning (or lunch) and it is causing insomnia, that would be a clue that you are at a healthier place, in terms of thyroid function, and you should back off ThyroScript (you don’t need as much anymore). Higher amounts of thyroid hormone in the body can cause insomnia and hunger. Thyroid speeds the body, it’s like a gas pedal hormone in the body. Thank you for your kind comments here :-)

  9. :

    I don’t usually write testimonials, but I am very pleased with how I feel on ThyroScript. It took 3 weeks for me to really notice but now I have more energy, and feel less anxious. My nails are breaking less. I will buy another bottle when I run out of this. I started with a half capsule daily (dumping it out), but now I am up to 2 per day.

  10. :

    After several years on Synthroid, and then Armour Thyroid, I saw minimal improvement in the extreme fatigue that was stealing my life. The biggest effect from the prescriptions was that both caused my blood pressure to shoot into the high range.

    And so, in September of 2014, I stopped taking the Armour – without bothering to check with my doctor. Probably not the brightest thing I’ve ever done, but I knew all he’d want to do is increase the dose again, and continue pushing me to take blood pressure medication. I wasn’t going to do either one of those things. Seriously, what would have been the point? Not only was the prescription not helping much at all, but it was causing more health issues.

    I first replaced it with a couple of Gaia products – the Thyroid Support and Adrenal Health – and felt marginally better than I had on the meds. Then I read about ThyroScript. Already a fan of Dr.David Brownstein, and knowing Suzy Cohen had been one of the speakers with him during the Thyroid Summit in May 2014, I decided to take a chance and try her product.

    No, it hasn’t made me into Superwoman, but ThyroScript makes me feel more like a human being than I have in almost seven years. I’ve been taking it for a little over two and a half months and expect to see more improvement as my thyroid continues to heal.

    For anyone wanting a miracle medicine to make your symptoms magically disappear, it’s not out there. Many of us have been dealing with hypothyroidism and its ugly symptoms for years. We’re not going to be cured by popping a pill or two. Instead, we need to be patient and keep feeding our thyroids what they need to get healthy again. For me, I believe ThyroScript is going to be a major key in that healing.

  11. :

    Hi! My husband starts to take ThyroScript, now he’s taking his Synthroid at night and he takes the ThyroScript in the morning. After 3 days, I felt more energized!! But I have a question, how long can I take the product? I know that when you take adaptogen plants, you have to take a break sometimes, could it be a good way to take it 1 month and take a break 1 month, and take it again for another month?? Thank you!

    • :

      Hi Michèle
      That’s great to hear. If you feel good on the adaptogen, I think it’s okay to continue. When they stop working, or start causing side effects you can take a break. If you really want to take a break just to be sure, I’d say take it 1 month, then stop a week, then restart it. It’s also nice to sometimes change the adaptogens, for example, if he takes rhodiola, then after a month or two, switch to shisandra, and then after a month or two, switch to eleuthero (or ginseng) etc etc. ThyroScript contains ashwagandha. You could take any adaptogen with that as well. People often take two or three different adaptogens if they feel better on them. Of course, make sure you ask your physician to monitor your progress and stop if you have any side effects. Adaptogens (and ThyroScript) are best taken with food.

  12. :

    I absolutely love your books, articles, newsletters. You are AMAZING! You cannot imagine how much you have helped ME and my family members. Thank you!!!

  13. :

    I started this product a month ago and have noticed a more acute sense of alertness (less fogginess) and I am just happier for example I’ve started sewing again, and making jewelry. I haven’t done that in years. I take it with my lunch and thank Suzy for making it. If I miss a day, I am tired and in bed by 8.

  14. :

    I feel a little drowsy on this product. When I wrote the company, I asked whether this was normal or not. They asked Suzy, who explained the ashwagandha may cause drowsiness (or mild dizziness) and to take it at night time if that occurred. I have been doing that for the last 30 days (my last bottle becuase I take 2 at night) and I sleep much better. I feel great during the day and I’m glad I didn’t give up.

  15. :

    I have a thyroid nodule. I feel fine and have plenty of energy.
    But the nodule is large and looks bad. Will the ThyroScript help with the nodule?

    • :

      Hi De
      I think you should ask your physician what he thinks about that because he/she will know the cause of your nodule. If you have plenty of energy, I don’t think you need ThyroScript.

  16. :

    Suzy, Once again you have provided me with relevant new info. I sooooo appreciate you. As an aside i recently started on your ThyroScript and have found it to be the only thyroid specific supplement with which I actually FEEL a real improvement in my energy levels. Thank you!!

  17. :

    Suzy, I’ve been taking hypothyroid medication (Synthroid then Levoxyl) for near 20 years. With our current healthcare system, am now only covered to take the generic levothyroxine. When I started on this medication about a year ago, I immediately gained nearly 10 pounds! :( Since then, they have adjusted my prescription, currently taking 112mcgs. Lucky for me, I stumbled on your website and read about ThyroScript and decided to order. I just received the supplements on Saturday (3/21), so have only been taking for 3 days now. Question, when should I take it? I read that it sometimes better to take levothyroxine at night before bed, so have been doing that. Can I continue taking my medication at night, then the supplements in the morning? Or would it be best to take both in the morning? Please let me know… as I would like to get the maximum benefit from both. Thank you!!

    • :

      Hi Rosanna,
      Either way is fine, you need to experiment and see what works for you.
      99% of people take Levo in the morning,upon arising…they usually keep it by their bedside; however, if you like taking it at night and it doesn’t keep your up, then it’s fine to do that.
      Most people take ThyroScript with breakfast or lunch. The few that find it makes them drowsy go ahead and take it at night with dinner.
      Hope this helps!

  18. :

    I just want to let you know that having finished the first bottle of the ThyroScript I bought, I am pleased to say that i do feel a bit warmer this summer than I have previously done, although winter will soon be upon us. So it will be interesting to see how I fare through that. I have Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism and only found out in December after forcing my doc to do the test. He said it didn’t matter as the treatment is still the same but at least I now know what I have suspected for a long time was true. So now I just have to keep plugging away and maybe I will finish the last few years of my life better than the last 60.

    So keep up the good work and if there is anything else you come up with that will help, then if affordable I will try it. The dollar exchange at the moment is horrendous.

  19. :

    Thank you Suzy Cohen for formulating Thyro Script…. I was on Synthroid for 5 years. I have started taking Thyro Script about 1 month ago….. I am already feeling good and my energy level has gone up. I am off on Synthroid right now. Thank you for all the tips you give in your article, it has helped lot. I have lots of knowledge about my thyroid function. When ever I go to see doctor, the kind of question I ask, ” my doctor always surprised and asks me do you have medical background? How do you know all this ?”
    My next order for Thyro Script is arriving tomorrow along with Magnesium suppliment.
    I will let you know, how I am doing without Synthroid.

  20. :

    I have suffered for many years… I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer at age 26. Recurred 4 yrs later. Had high doses of radioactive iodine with both and a total thyroidectomy upon first diagnosis. I’m now 48 and have been miserable for so long. I’ve only taken Synthroid. My dr only tests TSH. I’m a little confused about how to supplement since I don’t have a thyroid. I’m reading Thyroid Healthy right now and I’m fascinated!! I have bouts of feeling good but right now I’m fatigued, in the fog and 20 lbs overweight. I exercise regularly and my stress level is about a 7 on a ten point scale but it’s just busy stress… Not bad stress. I have searched for years for this information… I had decided that “faking being well” was my way of life. I’m now hopeful!!! Thank you Suzy for your shared knowledge and dedication to all of us that have suffered for far too long.

  21. :


    • :

      Hello Sharon
      Most people with Hashimoto’s do successfully take ThyroScript and enjoy benefits, but not all. You see, with Hashimoto’s, the levels of thyroid hormone are swinging up and down. At some point, after enough damage has occurred to the thyroid gland, the levels of thyroid hormone become very low, and stay very low. ThyroScript is likely helpful at this point. Some people wonder about iodine and its use during Hashimoto’s. The body needs iodine, it cannot thrive without iodine.

      I have cut/pasted the information from my FAQ page directly: “Most people are a bit low in iodine due to dietary or medication interference so the addition of a small amount of iodine is included in the ThyroScript formula. Iodine is used to build T4 hormone (thyroxine), which is naturally secreted from the thyroid gland. Iodine is also needed to convert this inactive T4 to T3 hormone (your biologically active thyroid hormone). There’s only 500 mcg (MICROgrams) in ThyroScript. While it appears that this is high since the daily value indicated on the label is 333%, it is really not that much iodine. You have to realize that stand-alone iodine supplements typically have 11.5 mg (MILLIgrams) in them! That’s a lot, and people take those iodine supplements one to four times daily depending on their iodine requirements. So with ThyroScript having only 500 mcg, that’s 4% of what you might get from standard over-the-counter iodine supplements.People with Hashimoto’s can often benefit from a small amount of iodine, but this type of question is for your doctor.”
      If you have other questions, please come to my other website where you can search my entire database of articles, there are hundreds of articles regarding health. http://www.SuzyCohen.com
      There is a chapter on Hashimoto’s in my Thyroid Healthy book too, in case you have that, I offer recommendations on how to reduce thyroid levels naturally.

  22. :

    I am also a pharmacist. This is the best product I have ever encountered to aid in my health. I have been on Armour thyroid for 8 years, but have still felt run down. Thyroscript has helped give me more energy without the jitters. I also feel better equipped to deal with stress and more motivation to get things done. Great product!!

  23. :

    Hi Suzy,
    I am on my second bottle of Thyroid Script. I was taking levothyroxin, 150 mcg. I changed doctors because my original one is an hour’s drive and I got tired of driving there every year to renew my script. So when I got a new doctor, the nurse practitioner who attended me, sent me for another round of tests. Well, when they came back she called to tell me she was lowering my thyroid meds down to 137 mcg. I figured this was because Thyroid Script was helping my thyroid. I have to go back in 6 weeks and get retested because she wants to see how I do on the lower dose. I feel fine. And I just ordered another bottle of Thyroid Script. I take mine with my thyroid meds. I didn’t know if that is correct or not. But I feel just fine anyway. In fact, most days I feel pretty good. Sometimes tired but that is also because I have injured my knee and my hip (doing yoga believe it or not). Sleepless nights due to pain has made me tired. But those two areas are healing. I look forward to more improvement of my health.

  24. :

    I have been on Synthroid for about six months. I feel worse than when diagnoised as hypothyroid. I am doing research and don’t like what I read. My doctor refuses to do other testing since T4 results shiws normal range. I want to go off prescribed medication. Would this be a good product for me?

  25. :

    Dear Suzy,
    I just placed my 3rd order for ThyroScript, only this time I ordered the 3 bottle pack because I know it works. Last fall I had to go on Metoprolol for benign PACs and PVCs which were so bad my heart felt like it was skipping every other beat. I was getting worried because after 25 mg a day it stopped working and I had to go up to 50 mg; then that was starting to fail. My chiropractor did some research for me and said there can be a thyroid connection. She ordered a blood test and my numbers proved my thyroid wasn’t working optimally. I changed my diet, but it didn’t help much. Then I found your product. After a few days of taking ThyroScript I noticed a steadier heartbeat. I gradually reduced my beta blocker–VERY slowly as you’re supposed to do. I’ve now been off of it for over 3 weeks and my heart rhythm is perfect. I’m so happy to be drug free! My electrophysiologist had also ordered a blood test and my TSH was fine according to current standards. My chiropractor understands the tests and numbers you talk about in your book…my thyroid was not OK. I wonder how many people are on beta-blockers when what they really need is help with their thyroid.

    Thank you for creating ThyroScript!


  26. :

    I’m wondering if I need to take a separate B vitamin (such as you offer) if I am taking ThyroidScript … could you comment, please?

    • :

      You can, you may enjoy the way your body feels with a B complex supplement on board. The B vitamins are needed for millions of biochemical reactions each day and we run short on the Bs easily.

  27. :

    I am taking the ThyroScript do I need to take the iodine complex.

    • :

      You certainly can if you think you are deficient in iodine. You can have yourself tested via urine test to determine this. It’s no problem to combine ThyroScript with my Iodine Complex if you need to. (You can also adjust dosage, the capsule is 6.25 mg but if you need less, just dump out half of that). My formula is hard to find, it is the iodine-iodide complex, so that it supports breast health and thyroid health with the two different isomers.

  28. :

    Holy cow! I had gone for another thyroid test and the doc is lowering my thyroid meds again! It has to be because of the Thyroid Script. I just ordered another bottle to be rushed to me since I am going to be out of them today. This is great!

  29. :

    Hi Suzy

    I’m on the 5th day of Thyroscript and from Day 1 already felt much better with my energy levels, hair loss has decreased significantly and my acne which has been overacting on a daily basis has died down. Thank goodness! And thank you!

    However I still have severe skin dryness on my lower leg, so went to see my physician to have my thyroid formally tested. He is testing for TSH, he said testing for T4 and T3 is step 2 for him so he isn’t doing it just yet. The only thing is, he is telling me that I need to get off Thyroscript otherwise I might have inaccurate results. He didn’t look at the bottle at all, but just assumed that over the counter supplements include thyroid hormones (from pigs according to him) which can affect results. I’m positive you wouldn’t put that in yours… so I’m not worried about that part. What I’m worried about is having to stop taking Thyroscript for a full month per his advice since it already is making me feel better. I’m wondering if I can get accurate testing while on Thyroscript, or if I truly need to get off it?

    Please let me know.

    Many thanks,

    • :

      Dear Kelly –

      First, I want to reassure you, that you are correct, there is definitely NO Porcine (pig) derived hormone in ThyroScript. It is a non-glandular formula.
      Second, I have heard this type of question before, and wanted to let you know that thyroid test results are frequently, but not always, done while on medication or supplements, because this is how you can tell how you are doing. If you go off everything, then your results will show what your levels are while you are OFF, so you won’t know whether something is truly working. That being said, it is alright to go off the supplement for a few days prior to testing as this will not cause you harm, or rebound in any way. It will appease your physician’s desire to evaluate your body without the influence of thyroid supplementation. You can always get back on it. If you choose to stay on the supplement prior to testing, it may be a compromise to just skip the morning dose on the day of your test to avoid a spike in thyroid levels. Then, you can take the supplement after your test is complete. Of course, this is just a recommendation, and you should still get approval from your physician.

      Best of Luck!
      Customer Service

  30. :

    Hi there. I am halfway through my first bottle of ThyroScript and my energy is definitely improving! Question: I am on Desiccated Thyroid meds (60mg) … and have been working my way up to 2 capsules of ThyroScript/day as well. TSH has dropped to 0.24 and my T3 levels have increased to 9.1. Obviously this is working! :) Do you have any advice as to whether the combination of your supplement as well as Dessicated Thyroid is a good idea? Is it possible for me to try to reduce my medication dosage while staying on 2 capsules of TS per day or will that cause my T3 to continue to rise … Any help you could give would be amazing. I am really loving your product so far and am excited about the boost its given my thyroid. I just don’t want to go too far … Thanks!

    • :

      Yes Michelle, physicians who recommend ThyroScript to patients will frequently tell their patients to reduce medication either before starting or while ramping up to avoid excessive thyroid hormone production. ThyroScript works! As a reminder, we always suggest that people remained supervised by a local doctor since we can’t advise on the details. We are very happy for you too!

  31. :

    I just recently ordered a bottle of Suzy’s ThyroScript formula and I am really happy with my results as well! I had also listened to the Thyroid Summit,but at that time it seemed that my thryoid was not really my main problem; however dealing with chronic Lyme I have gone through many different stages with the disease – last winter and early spring it was my adrenals, so I was concentrating on taking things like Pregnenolone and B5, as well as an Optimal Adrenal supplement, to try to revitalize my adrenals and get my cortisol under control too. I did the thyroid testing with both the T4 and T3 levels and nothing showed up as being a problem. However, my thyroid problems started for me sometime this spring and into this summer. I developed a really parched throat and awful pains and tightness in my neck and throat area. Finally my doctor ordered an ultrasound and it showed a number of cysts on my thyroid as well as an enlarged thyroid, so I became pretty worried and the pain was pretty uncomfortable. I had at one point in the past taken a thyroid medication and had an awful reaction to that, so was afraid to introduce anything that might make me worse. At first my doc recommended iodine, but I was afraid to take that as I might react adversely, so instead I found a basic thyroid supplement and took it for about a month this summer to see if it helped me or not. Fortunately, it did, but when that bottle was finished, I decided I would really like to try Suzy’s ThyroScript out, as it has such a unique formula including the enzyme DPPV, to help with gluten intolerance. I have a lot of allergies to things, including gluten, so that is really an added bonus. But, the best results I am seeing now are a big improvement in my dry skin and dry hair, (my hair was also falling out excessively in the shower). I now am seeing better color in my skin, as well as softer skin that isn’t dry, and the dry, parched painful throat has improved tremendously. I am even feeling more energy and was able to get out and go bike-riding for a full day, which I had not done all summer! So I am really encouraged by this, and am enthusiastic to be able to try Suzy’s supplements! I love reading her articles and learning things on her website – she has such great insight into all of these health issues – and I don’t think that anyone could find a better resource and person who can help them! Thanks again, Suzy for being a wiz at these horrible health problems, and for all of your research and intelligent solutions! You are helping so many people!

  32. :

    Good morning,
    thanks for your patience in answering all these questions!
    I have now discovered to have Hashimoto, asymptomatic, only fatigue and aching joints and muscle pains. I have lost weight in the last two years, (5 kg), but I was not overweight! Now I am very lean. The TSH values are high, but all other values are normal, except for vitamin B12 and copper are low. No nodule or cyst. I do not take any medicine for 20 years, and I certainly do not want to start now :)
    I have a ‘healthy diet, no meat, just fish, vegetables, fruit, rarely cheese, no milk, whole bread, seeds, etc.
    My question is: can I take Thyroscript? And at what dosage?
    Have a great day :)

    • :

      Dear Elena
      We do not know how you will respond to ThyroScript with your Hashimoto’s, many do wonderful, especially if their thyroid hormone levels have finally stabilized and are low (as opposed to erratic or high). If your TSH values are high, you may have low thyroid T3 levels in which case, ThyroScript could be helpful. We suggest you garner doc’s approval for all additions to your supplement regimen. You can start with one capsule daily with lunch if he approves. If you find that it makes you tired, take it at night for restful sleep. If you find that it improves energy and alertness keep taking it at lunch.

  33. :

    20 years ago I asked to be tested for hypothyroidism when my hair started thinning at an alarming rate; also my body has always been cold (I’ll be wearing a heavy sweater when others are sleeveless) and though I’ve been a good runner, exercise wipes me out. I consulted a doctor who ordered 4 blood tests and said, though the numbers were borderline and did not prove low thyroid, he wanted to try me on low dose medication, so I took Armour Thyroid for a few years. I don’t remember the dosage but I never really noticed any difference. Without medical insurance I didn’t follow up with the doctor.

    After watching an interview on the thyroid summit I ordered ThryoScript 3-pack and began taking 2 capsules each morning (May 2015). I started noticing that by midday I was feeling really drowsy, like, I could not stay awake. I’m not taking any other medications. Do others have this reaction?

    Anyway I switched to taking 2 capsules before bed. Ordinarily I try to get at least 7 hours of sleep though often wake after 6 1/2 hours. But when taking the ThryoScript I might still be sleeping after 9 or more hours and my body just didn’t want to wake up so I reduced the dose to 1 at bedtime. Most of the time I sleep fine now, especially if I take the capsule 1-2 hours before going to bed.

    But I don’t see hoped for positive changes that others report. It’s summertime so I’m not cold but my hair still falls out, my skin is really dry and nails are drying up and brittle, my voice is weak, and my brain doesn’t want to work very hard. Energy levels vary but usually mornings I really drag and start to pick up steam at night when most people are sleeping. If I don’t have a small cup of coffee in the morning my day is shot. My diet is decent but I have to really force myself to drink water.

    I’m halfway through the third bottle of ThyroScript and am wondering if I should reorder and give the supplement and the healing process more time or if it just isn’t right for my body. Your thoughts would be so appreciated.


  34. :

    Hi Suzy, Is thyroscript ok to take with multivitamin with 200 mcg of selenium and 20 mcg of zinc? Can you take too much?

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    I was wondering if this would help with my cold hands and feet?
    I’ve had the following test and the doc said I’m just fine.

    Test preformed Reading
    T4, Free 1.4
    T3 Total 173
    TSH 1.87
    Free Thyroxine Index Thyroxine, Total, S 7.7
    % Uptake 30
    Free Thyroxine Index 2.3

    I can’t seem to find anything that will help. I find the only thing that helps is a warm bath. All other blood work shows up just fine also. My doctor has tested me for Raynauds syndrome and it came back that I don’t have it.I plan to try this supplement out but am sceptical. Do you feel it might work? I’m willing to try anything at this point.

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