My Tired Thyroid Essential Oil Blend

My tired thyroid essential oil blend

Recently a post on my Hypothyroid Mom Facebook Page gave rise to comments about how to use essential oils for thyroid health. So I asked my followers if this would be a topic they would be interested in reading about at Hypothyroid Mom. I was shocked at the number of


messages that I received. I’m a real newbie when it comes to essential oils, so I turned to Essential Oils blogger Rebecca Schiffhauer for details. I’m interested in hearing from you. Do you use EOs? If so, how have they helped you?

Written by Rebecca Schiffhauer

Most of us are on the lookout for help in the hormone department, in my case, I wanted to jump start my metabolism and lift that heavy feeling of an overburdened body, mind and soul. I call my little helper, Function. Finding hormonal balance is my quest of the century. When the endocrine system is out of whack we can experience weight gain, mood swings, thinning hair, chronic discomfort, hot flashes, night sweats, cloudy brain, lazy libido, you name it, it all begins with the thyroid. I make no claim that my little blend is a cure all for this long list of gripes but, it’s sure helping!

“We are wising up and recognizing that more subtle changes in function can have significant health consequences. Remember, this is the master metabolism hormone that controls the function and activity of almost every organ and cell in your body. When it is sluggish or slow, everything slows down.” Dr. Mark Hyman

According to Dr. Mark Hyman, the most common culprits that contribute to a tired thyroid are:

  • Environmental toxins – such as pesticides that act as hormone or endocrine disruptors, interfering with metabolism and function. A study showed that as we lose weight, pesticides are released from their fat tissue. Can you say YUCK.
  • Stress – the more stress you’re under the worse your thyroid functions.
  • Inflammation – perhaps from gluten intolerance caused by genetically modified grains with some very strange proteins or processed food (Frankenfoods). Both can signal the body to create antibodies that fight to rid the body of foreign substance. This is a chronic inflammatory response that interferes with Thyroid function.
  • Nutrient deficiencies – Iodine, vitamin D, omega-3 fats, selenium, zinc, vitamin A and B vitamins.

According to my own due diligence (which I highly encourage all of you to practice!) I needed to start with a simple, healthy detoxification along with lifestyle changes.

  1. I read up on essential oils that address inflammation and detoxification, namely Turmeric and Black Pepper, Bergamot, Lemongrass and Frankincense as my supplements of choice.
  2. I increased my water intake. I try to drink at least 60 ounces of water each day.
  3. Continued to eat organically whenever possible.
  4. Get 30 minutes of exercise every day.

This protocol was a little intense the first few days until I found what worked best for me. My advice will always be, less is more. When you practice moderation you allow your body the chance to let you know what it wants and what it doesn’t need. Essential oils are 50 – 75% more powerful than the herb or plant itself, a little goes a long way.

My Routine

  • Dilute blend – I used a 1 part blend to 1 part carrier oil dilution (50/50). This blend must be diluted. Less is definitely more here, it’s a powerful blend!
  • Day 1 thru 3 – I opted to roll the blend over the skin at the base of my neck (that’s where the thyroid is located) using a Z pattern 3x daily. This caused a “clean out”, the lightening effect was welcome but I also felt tired, achey and a little off, even the whites of my eyes went slightly yellow. I felt certain I was getting rid of toxins so I soldiered on but made some modifications.
  • Day 4 thru 6 – Upped water intake to 60 ounces minimum to aid the flushing of toxins and reduced Function Blend application to 2x daily.
  • Day 7 onward – Feeling good! Now I apply 1x daily in the morning.

My Results

  • Weight loss due to water and waste detox/flush
  • Sugar cravings reduced significantly
  • Clarity of thought
  • Increased energy  this result!
  • Reduced inflammation in joints

My Tired Thyroid Protocol with Function

Prep Time: 5 mins

Total Time: 5 mins

Recipe Type: Function Detoxification Blend


Instructions: Add all therapeutic Camp Wander Essential Oils, top roller bottle off with Camp Wander Rosehip Seed Carrier Oil, blend.

Where to apply: Roll the blend over the skin at the base of the neck (that’s where the thyroid is located) using a Z pattern. Another favorite location to apply this blend is just above the ankle bone. Why? This is an acupuncture point valuable for hormones support, irregular periods, and immune disorders. Even for those without a thyroid gland, this blend will be helpful.

Buy the pre-mixed Function Detoxification Blend: I’ve combined all these ingredients and packaged them in a 10 ml stainless steel roller top bottle for easier application. My customers love it when I create a blend so that it’s ready to use. This Function Detoxification Blend is a wildly popular product at Camp Wander. It’s already pre-mixed with Rosehip Seed carrier oil so no additional dilution is needed. This blend is ready to roll right when you get it in the mail.

My Tired Thyroid EO Blend

Please note that I’m not a physician. I’m not on thyroid meds but I have many of the hypothyroidism symptoms. I’m managing my symptoms myself, as naturally as I can with fairly good success. I’m simply sharing a plant based option that has worked for me. Use of essential oils is not intended to take the place of your health providers care. Essential oils are NOT to replace your thyroid hormone replacement medication. Please check with your physician before making any changes to your established protocols. This was designed for adults. Speak to your child’s pediatrician before using any supplements including essential oils. Always consult with your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding as many supplements and herbs are not safe at these times.

Camp Wander is offering Hypothyroid Mom fans 10% discount on your entire shopping cart shopwide. This tired thyroid blend product called “Function” flew off the shelves the first time I posted about it a few months ago. Enter Coupon Code hypothyroidmom (note the code is all one word) at checkout!

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About Dana Trentini

I founded Hypothyroid Mom October 2012 in memory of the unborn baby I lost to hypothyroidism. Hypothyroid Mom is for informational purposes only and should not be considered a substitute for consulting your physician regarding medical advice pertaining to your health. Hypothyroid Mom includes affiliate links to favorite resources including the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. Connect with me on Google+


  1. Katelyn Maish says:

    Can you use any type of carrier oil?

  2. Shelley Peeler says:

    I use essential oils in my bath salt blends and also add them to carrier oils. Sore muscles I use equal parts peppermint, rosemary, and eucalyptus I add them to my bathsalt blend for sore muscles or to unstuff when I have a cold or allergies. For sore muscles I also add them to a carrier oil and rub it into the sore area!!

  3. Wanda Tracey says:

    Thank you so much for this awesome giveaway and chance for me to win to help my thyroid. I am entering with joy!! 🙂

  4. I do use EOs for just about everything these days: household cleaners, DIY salves and lip balms, & then roller blends & neat & internally for a variety of reasons. (Gentle daily detox, respiratory health, cellular health, healthy digestion, etc.) My daily supplements also contain EOs. My love of EOs is the reason I found your blog today for the first time. I’m researching oil blends for thyroid health. I’m currently on daily thyroid meds (as is my mom, sister, and 3 of my 4 aunts), but I know it’s possible to heal the thyroid and I’m trying to do that. Research, research, research, and try and try again. Thank you for the article!

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