January 19, 2017
Though you will not find this list on any seller’s website, apparently Thyrotril contains selenium, l-tyrosine, olive leaf extract, guggulsterones, atlantic kelp, and bioperine. It does not have iodine, which actually does affect the thyroid, and frankly, they are trying to suggest that their product treats a diagnosable medical disorder, which is disconcerting and un-provable.
Overall Impression of Thyrotril:
Thyrotril has no side effects like most natural thyroid booster. But it also lacks ingredients that may actually promote weight loss or surprise, improve thyroid function, even slightly. If you think you are one of the few people that actually suffers from a thyroid disorder, you should get a test and consult your physician.