NEMIA gets its name from anemic disorders. Nemia has been used very successfully for treating blood disorders and high platelet counts.
Nemia is also wonderful for thyroid problems. If you are lacking in energy, patience, health, sleep or joy, you don’t even think of thyroid problems. One of the thyroid’s functions is to kill off or weaken bacteria, germs and viruses that are in the blood stream. This only happens if the diet has supplied you with an adequate amount of iodine. Every 11 minutes, the entire blood volume passes through the thyroid. The iodine in the thyroid kills and/or weakens these blood-borne invaders every time they come through, but only if the iodine is supplied by our diets.
Foods that contain iodine: radishes, carrots, asparagus, tomatoes, beets, spinach, rhubarb, potatoes, peas, strawberries, mushrooms, lettuce, bananas, cabbage, egg yolks, onions and all sea foods. There is little or no naturally occurring iodine in much of the soil in the southwestern United States.
Traditional use of the contents: Beet Root is high in iron. YellowDock Root is high in iron, vitamin C, calcium and phosphorus. Kelp is high in vitamin E, iron, iodine and many other minerals. Paprika contains vitamins C and A. Vitamin C helps iron to be absorbed. Iron, iodine and vitamin E are beneficial to the circulation, blood and thyroid.