Treatment of the thyroid gland using folk remedies is most effective in the early stages of the disease. If you are very often exposed to stress, you have a hereditary predisposition to this disease, then you can use effective recipes of traditional medicine as prevention.
If you have problems with the thyroid gland, use oak bark. Use it not only fresh, but also in dried form, but first you need to knead it until you get the smallest particles. The recipe for oak bark infusion is quite simple: pour two tablespoons of raw materials with one glass of boiling water and leave to infuse in a warm place for 30 or 40 minutes (you can immediately pour it into a thermos). Then strain it and prepare a compress that will need to be applied directly to the area of the thyroid gland. It will be better if you cover the thyroid area with something warm (a scarf or handkerchief). It is recommended to continue the treatment for 2-3 weeks, and the procedure should be done daily, preferably at night.
Do not forget about your diet, it should be complete, include a sufficient amount of proteins, vitamins A, B, C and E, selenium. Exclude smoked meats, animal fats from the list of consumed products, and alcohol should not be consumed. If possible, try to replace salt with seaweed, which is rich in iodine, which is very necessary for the thyroid gland.
Green leaf tea may also be useful for diseases of this organ (instead of sugar, it is better to put a little honey). Drink it in the morning as soon as it is brewed (that is, 3-5 minutes after you pour boiling water over it).
Here's another recipe that will help get rid of an enlarged thyroid gland: take walnut kernels, raw buckwheat and grind them finely. Stir the crushed mixture and add 200 grams of honey to it, use the resulting gruel within 24 hours. It should be treated in this way for a month; you need to repeat the course no earlier than three months later.