CBD for Thyroid [How to Regulate Hormone Release]

Exploring the medical benefits of CBD
MarijuanaBreak Staff / Updated on November 17, 2017

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The thyroid is an important endocrine gland that wraps around the front of the windpipe towards the base of the neck. Functionally, it secretes hormones that affect every single cell, tissue, and organ type in the body – from metabolism and cholesterol, to heart, bone, and muscle function.

Likewise, the gland maintains constant communication with the brain via neural synapses, which helps it to regulate bodily homeostasis and control things like metabolism, heart rate, internal body temperature, and even emotional response. Disorders with the thyroid can cause an incredibly wide range of symptoms, as well as potentially life-threatening health complications.

Recently, though, new connections have been drawn between the thyroid/brain communication network and the body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS). It’s being suggested, in fact, that the ECS (which is abundantly present in both the central nervous system and the thyroid gland itself), might play a crucial role in facilitating proper communication between brain and thyroid. Ultimately, this implies that the ECS and its network of cannabinoid receptors may have a direct influence on efficient thyroid hormone release, which is of course vital to healthy organ functioning and overall homeostatic health.

In this article, we’ll go over what exactly the thyroid does, what the implications are of an improperly functioning thyroid, and how cbd for thyroid disorder is quickly positioning itself at the forefront of available and preferred treatment methods.

What is the Thyroid, and What are Thyroid Disorders?

So like we said, the thyroid is a very important endocrine gland that’s responsible for releasing hormones that control metabolism, growth and brain development (especially during infancy), body temperature, heart and muscle functioning, bone health, and cholesterol levels.

The various collective hormones that the gland releases are called thyroid hormones, the main one of which is thyroxine – or T4 hormone.

Thyroid glands that release either too much (hyperthyroidism) or too little (hypothyroidism) hormone can be catastrophic to organ functioning and, ultimately, overall health and well-being.

Likewise, other specific disorders of the thyroid can include things like goiter (swelling of the thyroid), thyroiditis (inflammation of the thyroid due to infection or autoimmune conditions), Grave’s disease (which causes an overactive thyroid), thyroid cancer, thyroid nodules (small lumps on the thyroid that may lead to excess hormone production), and thyroid storm (a rare form of hyperthyroidism that results in extremely high levels of hormone being secreted).

Since thyroid conditions can cause so many different malfunctions in so many different parts of the body, it can be very difficult to try and detect a specific disorder. However, once other causes have been eliminated, there are specific tests that can be administered to check for thyroid deficiency. These can include biopsies (in the instance of nodes or masses on the thyroid), blood tests that check for proper levels of T3, T4, and thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH), and thyroid imaging (such as ultrasound or radioactive iodine scans).

As far as prevalence, the American Thyroid Association (ATA) estimates that up to 20 million Americans are currently affected by some kind of thyroid disorder, and that as much as 12% of the U.S.population will at some point in their lives develop a condition, the most common of which include nodules, hypothyroidism, and hyperthyroidism. Causes of thyroid disorders are largely unknown, though it is believed that autoimmune deficiencies, stress, high cholesterol, and cigarette smoking increases the overall risk factor.

Also, although it is unknown why, women are statistically between five and eight times more likely to develop a thyroid condition than are men, and untreated hypothyroidism in pregnant women can commonly lead to miscarriage, preterm delivery, and significant growth/developmental problems.


Conventional Thyroid Disorder Treatments (Not CBD)

Depending on the specific disorder, there are a number of conventional treatment options for thyroid conditions. However, the vast majority of these treatments include pharmaceutical medications that produce extremely dangerous side effects by altering homeostasis and other important regulatory systems in the body.

For underactive thyroid, L4 replacement medications like levothyroxine and synthroid are common. For hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid), on the other hand, treatments that reduce hormone secretion include radioactive iodine (iodine is the primary hormone synthesizing “ingredient”), and antithyroid drugs like methimazole and propylthiouracil (PTU). While effective, these drugs can potentially cause severe side effects in the liver and immune system, and are not recommended except under the most necessary of circumstances.

Surgery can also be a common treatment method, especially with cancers or thyroid nodules where lumps/masses cause overactive hormone secretion.


Living with Thyroid Disorder

As we mentioned earlier, thyroid disorders can cause a massive array of physiological, and even emotional, disruptions within the body and brain.

These “disruptions” can severely affect the quality of an individual’s day to day lives, and include symptoms such as extreme weight gain or loss, heavy mood swings (along with anxiety and depression), reproductive issues (low sex drive, irregular menstrual cycles, etc), severe muscle/joint pain, neck swelling, snoring, severe fatigue/energy drain, a hoarse or scratchy voice, irregular body temperatures (especially the inability to tolerate cold weather), and cognitive issues such as brain fog, poor memory, and the inability to concentrate.

While lifestyle changes can sometimes be effective in minimizing these symptomatic conditions, the thyroid network is such a complex web of cellular machinery that it can often be difficult to pinpoint exactly what measures need to be taken in order to induce positive changes.

However, this is precisely why CBD for thyroid disorder is proving to be such a revelation – by manipulating and physiologically acting upon the endocannabinoid system, the treatment works to regulate internal homeostasis on the whole-body level. This is of course entirely different from the isolated chemical pathways that prescription meds manipulate. Also, in addition to providing the ability to adapt to any number of thyroid malfunctions, CBD for thyroid disorder also presents virtually zero side effects being that it doesn’t interrupt other internal regulatory systems.

CBD for Thyroid Disorders: What the studies are showing

The incredible thing about CBD for thyroid disorder is that patients are able to use a single medication (typically a high-quality CBD oil) to treat virtually any and every form of thyroid malfunction; hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, goiter, thyroiditis, and even thyroid storm have all been anecdotally documented to be efficiently and successfully treated with CBD. More importantly, though, there have been plenty of published scientific studies showcasing the cannabinoid’s therapeutic regulatory effects on the hormone-secreting endocrine gland.

For example, a 2002 study published in the European Journal of Endocrinology has proposed evidence of functional CB receptors in rat thyroids, with the ability to modulate both T3 and T4 hormone release. For the study, a molecular “detection” technique called immunohistochemical localization was used to showcase the intracellular presence of the cannabinoid receptors, and a 30% decrease in hormone release was observed within four hours of administration of the active cannabinoid. In layman’s terms, a 30% decrease in hormone release was observed as a direct result of cannabinoid presence in the rat thyroid.

Likewise, a 2009 publication in the major medical journal Endocrinology showcased the potential ability of CBD to innervate (activate) hormone-synthesizing, thyrotropin-releasing axons between the thyroid gland and the central nervous system.

If both of these studies were to be substantialized in clinical trials, it would effectively prove that CBD has the potential to both suppress thyroid overactivity, and promote hormone release in thyroid underactivity. And considering the whole-body nature of the endocannabinoid system and its network of receptors (which have been found in virtually every single cell and tissue type), this would make perfect sense.

Additionally, CBD has been known to treat the underlying causes of thyroiditis, which is inflammation of the gland itself. Cannabinoids are well known for their anti-inflammatory properties, and dozens of studies have been published which clearly document the cannabinoid’s role in reducing inflammation in a wide range of organs and specialized tissue types.

The bottom line is, while there have yet to be any specific clinical trials done on CBD for thyroid disorders, the burgeoning understanding of CBD’s mechanisms within the greater internal endocannabinoid network has been more than enough to incite the notion that CB receptors may very well play a crucial role in homeostatic thyroid regulation, as well as proper cell-to-cell communication between the thyroid, brain, and the body’s network of organ structures.

Why CBD?

If you’re wondering why we keep talking about CBD for thyroid disorders, and not THC or marijuana for thyroid disorders, it’s because CBD is the non-psychoactive cannabinoid of the plant. That is, it won’t get you high on its own. The vast majority of people seeking to use cannabis as a medical treatment, have little interest in the mind-altering effects of the drug.

That being said, it’s important to clear up any confusion regarding CBD, THC, marijuana, and hemp.

The majority of all sold CBD products come from the industrial hemp plant, which contains less than 0.3% THC (the compound that gets you high). If a cannabis plant has more than 0.3% THC by volume, it’s then referred to as a “marijuana” plant, which can be confusing considering that both hemp and marijuana come from the exact same species – Cannabis sativa L. You can definitely smoke “normal” marijuana and receive the therapeutic benefits of CBD, but you’ll also be receiving a solid dose of the psychoactive THC. If you want the medical benefits of cannabis but don’t want the high, then pure CBD products are your best bet.

The Bottom Line: CBD for Thyroid Disorders

While there are several different ways to administer CBD for thyroid disorder, by far the most potent and most effective is through a high-quality CBD oil. Oils are molecular carriers by nature, so they are able to carry more cannabidiol molecules “by volume” than any other form of CBD product.

Also, CBD oils are easily ingested and absorbed extremely efficiently into the body when droplets are placed under the tongue and held for about 90 seconds before swallowing. Determining the proper dosing can be kind of a trial and error process, but in general most people are able to effectively treat their thyroid condition with between 30 and 50 mg of CBD per day (for reference, 1 mL of a potent oil generally contains about 50 mg of CBD. Make sure you always read the label on your product to ensure proper dosing).

And lastly, it is very important to take into consideration the CBD oil that you’re getting, if or when you do decide to use CBD oil for thyroid conditions, because not all oils are created the same. In the past three years, in fact, the FDA has been trying to crack down on bogus companies falsely labeling their products as “CBD”, when in fact they contain practically zero of the active compound. To help guide you along in choosing the best product for you and your needs, we’ve listed a few of the most reliable and reputable CBD manufacturers below.

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CBD for Thyroid [How to Regulate Hormone Release]
November 17, 2017
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  1. Nix

    Was diagnosed 3 years ago with hypo, bloods done every 8 weeks meds always getting increased and decreased, and now on maximum 200mg levothyroxine a day again!! Asked Dr about NDT but is not interested so CBD is next option to help with symptoms. Which strength CBD oil and which brand would be best for me, does anyone have any thoughts or experiences.

  2. Courtney

    Hi everyone. I had a thyroidectomy in April of 2014 and have been on 137 mcg of synthroid daily. I asked my endocrinologist and he gave me the green light to take the oil. I had bloodwork taken last Tuesday abd waiting for the results . I started the hempworx non thc CBD oil today with four drops this am whike the recommended is 5 drops . I took it an hour and a half after I took the Synthroid. Is there a rule of thumb when to take it? I will get my blood results tomorrow and see where I’m out then if I like it and stay on it repeat in six weeks .

    1. Tracey hastings

      Hi I’m taking 150 gram of levothyroxine a day will cbd help me pls

  3. Courtney

    I had a thyroidectomy in April 2014. I am currently on 137 mg of synthroid daily. Is anyone else taking this for anxiety and some pain? I bought the Hempworx and was told to start with 5 drops daily. How long after infesting your synthroid do you wait to use the oil?

  4. Mary J

    Works when used correctly

    1. Jo

      How do you use it, and how much?

  5. meta Swinney

    I’m taking levothyroxine 100mgs a day can I take cab as well

  6. Jorge

    My mother has hypothyroidism and has been taking Levoxyl 15+ years. Will it be ok if she uses CBD oil?

    1. Adam

      This is something that you need to consult with your primary physician. While some say it is ok to take CBD as long as the dose is under 100mg a day, it is still advised to consult with a medical professional before you decide to go down the CBD route.

  7. Donna Darveau

    I have been using CBD oil for MS for 2 years and noticed my thyroid getting better. I felt like crap on levothroxolyn so I stopped it and my numbers are normal. However I have to use,a high dose due to my MS it has fixed numerous issues. I use Isodiol products it is world wide in every country and works on receptors in 1 and 2. Truly amazing how different I am from the thyroid to my MS and pain. Nature’s way of healing.

  8. Melissa Bennett

    Good read. I haven’t tried it yet, but seems promising.

    1. Marina Flanagan

      I prefer the edibles or capsules. Can’t stand the oils, but that is just me!

  9. Sue G

    Thank you so much for the information here. Extremely easy to read

    1. Lilly T


  10. Wanda Thomas

    It sure does help, but please make sure you are purchasing an oil without the THC. I made that mistake

  11. Mary Turjilo

    Been suffering with thyroid problems for years. For me it mainly causes constipation and fatigue. Been using CBD for 2 months after it was recommended by a friend. It seems to be helping.

    1. Alish

      How much are you taking?

  12. Sandra T

    Excellent read!

  13. Alice Shapiro

    Been using cbd for the past year. It helps to somewhat. It is so wonderful to hear about people who have found the treatment that makes their lives whole again.

    1. Jimmy Young

      Have to agree with that

  14. Fiona B

    Excellent read!

    1. George


      1. Lacey W

        I think it is all a matter of finding the right dose, and constantly monitoring with checkups.

    2. Rose

      Anyone using it for hyperthyroid symptoms? I’ve been battling a Graves Diseaese for 5 1/2 years. I’ve been taking Methimazole but can’t stand the side effects and would like to be able to wean off of it.

  15. Dorothy L

    I have annual tests, so I can’t have THC in my system. It helps to regulate the body, especially if you can’t light up a fat joint 🙂

    1. Denise

      If you get a CBD oil that’s an isolate and not full spectrum, you shouldnt have a trace THC problem

      1. Adam

        Still it is important to ask the company you are purchasing from. Just double check

  16. Margaret Martinez

    Living with thyroid is hell. I have severe muscle pain and have put on extreme weight. But thanks to cbd oil, it helped me out. There is a noticeable change in my condition since I have taking CBD.

    1. Jo

      What are the doses and mg of cbd oil do you use?

    2. J G

      If a bottle contains 600 mg total then 300mg twice daily equals one bootle per day. That is extremely expensive. Is this an error? What we are you purchasing?

      1. Kimberly

        Yes an error. I take a 3000mg/60ml CBD oil which means 1ml or dropper full is 50mg. I use LazarusNaturals and I take .50ml (25mg) three times a day.

    3. Sophie

      Do those of you using the CBD oil for hypothyroidism take it in addition to levothyroxine (or similar), or instead of? Thanks!

      1. Wendy

        At this point, I am taking CBD in addition to the levothyroxine. I have more energy and have lost a few pounds since starting. I do the oil and gummies.

    4. Nikki Lane

      I’ve been dealing with Hashimoto’s and hypothyroidism. I’m tired of being tired. I’m willing to give cbd oil a shot. Something’s gotta give.

    5. Maria

      How many drops of cbd oil do you take daily for your thyroid.

  17. Martha

    Anyone that has had a thyroidectomy and have had success with CBD Oil?

    1. Adam

      It’s extremely individual and you’d have to try but generally speaking; stay off smoking weed and vapes, try to find oils that are low in CBN, thats the one that will make u cough. CBD will help with the pain, swelling and anxiety. THC will give you the high, so you might want to stay away from that too.

  18. Jackie Munoz

    I have hashimoto, I’m taking 60mg armour thyroid pills, what company and dosage is recommended.

    1. Adam

      That depends on many factors. For example, are you TH-1 or Th-2 dominant? If you’re TH-1, then CBD oil from strains with more THC might better for you. If you are TH-2 dominant, then strains with more CBD might be better for you. If you are low in cholesterol or low progesterone, then CBD might cause more problems. If you are high in cholesterol, it could be beneficial. Maybe you could give more info.

  19. Heidi

    To those saying your TSH went up on CBD oil – that is a bad thing, if your problem is hypothyroidism. Wrong direction.

  20. Linda Peterson

    Find a company that understands endocrine issues and the balancing of thyroid with CBD. I never thought I could get the metabolic balance I have now! Been using the first one on this list for a few months. Shows promising results.

    1. Marina P

      Good to hear as I have the same issue. I’ll give it a try. Please keep us updated if you see a change

    2. Jennifer

      Hi Linda
      I have hypothyroid and am currently taking 88mcg/day. Would the proper CBD oil take the place of my levothyroxine?

      1. kathie

        how does the cbd oil interact with your thyroid medication? i have the same issues and want to start cbd but also take synthroid.

    3. Jodine

      Yes please keep us updated, I have Thyroiditis, Hashimotos, no matter what Dr I see they know nothing & actually they just don’t even care or want to help in any way

  21. Janice Sanford

    I have been on Thyroid medication for years and learning about this for the first time . My goal would be to completely not be dependent on thyroid meds if CBD will better regulate my system.

    1. Leah H

      It helps. It is all a matter of finding the right dosage that works for you. Start low and build up. Do checkups and make sure everything is normal

      1. Joyce J

        I started with the 300mg twice a day. I increased the amount gradually. Seems to be going well

  22. Carey Holmes

    My thyroid is always acting up. Screws me up with my emotions. Lately been using CBD. I seem to be in a better state.

  23. Sue Giles

    I have had hypothyroidism for two years now and have gone from 25mcg to 50mcg and am very worried about the side effects. I would like to try CBD tablets but am not sure whether to take them alongside my levothyroxine or to ask the doctor. However GPs don’t seem to know much or aren’t interested in herbal medicines so I don’t know what to do. Can anyone advise me please?

  24. Nate Wright

    I’ve been doing some research on this stuff and while CBD does seem to help a wide range of medical conditions, with diabetes you have to pick a good brand and work your way up. Test it on a low dosage and then test your sugar levels. It’s important to find a balance.

  25. Dolly

    According to my Endocinologist my Thyroid is not just underactive.. It is “Dead”.if that is possible..he has me on Armour but they seem to not ever be able to get the dosage right… What strain of CBD oil would help me… I have all the severe side effects from a dead thyroid.. Please help.. Thanks.. Dolly

  26. Michael

    I have an underactive thyroid and not really sure how long it’s been going on but I’ve been taking levothyroxin for nearly 2 years now and like somebody else said they just keep upping my dose, generally every 6 months when i notice the fatigue and dizzy symptoms coming back! Since being diagnosed I’ve also developed other symptoms like allergies or intolerance to gluten and now dairy! Where does it end????? So sick of feeling like this as it’s disrupting my life, affecting my relationships and really impinging on trying to concentrate and be productive while running my own business!!!!!!
    I just bought some 2.75% cbd from Holland and Barretts. Do i just go cold turkey on the meds and replace with cbd or should i speak to my GP?

    1. KC

      Hi Michael! It sounds like you have exactly what I have which is Hashimoto’s hypothyroid. I was just diagnosed after going from doctor until I finally found a functional medicine doctor. If you go to a regular doc they just kind of go “by the book” and hashimoto’s is not a by the book type of illness! There is a book by Marc Ryan called how to heal hashimoto’s and it’s changed my life. By the way, gluten and dairy are killers when have hashimoto’s. I am also researching using cbd oil for help with this which is why I am on here. Hope this helps!

  27. Mary Johnson

    Treating thyroid is possible with cbd for sure. An extra powerful medicine it is!

  28. Tammy C Pinson

    Been using CBD for a while. It helps, but you have to get the right dosage.

    1. BRit smallwood

      How can you figure out the right dosages?
      I need cbd for thyroidism and epilepsy.

      1. Dottie Haber

        I know I’m not the person you were asking but… I’ve been reading up on using CBD for diabetes and it seems like you just have to figure out what works for you. Some people swear by pure CBD (with no or negligible amounts of THC), some say it didn’t have any effect. Some swear by full spectrum CBD (which has terpenes and other goodies, but usually has some THC in it which can make you fail a drug test), some say it made their depression better, other says it made their anxiety worse. It’s all trial and error, figuring out dosages, etc.

      2. Dennis Crabtree

        I am taking levothytoxine and started at a low dose. I was asked to have an appointment each month to check my t4 levels to determine what needed to be done next. I imagine your doctor can have you be tested with a blood draw to be determined where you stand with your treatment levels.

  29. Michelle Beatty

    I am a flight attendant and need a CBD that has NO THC present. Can you recommend a company that has a high quality CBD oil for hypothyroid?

    1. Adam

      Unless you are getting a pure CBD, these oils may have traces of THC. They shouldn’t appear on drug tests, but can. As you suffer from Thyroid, our recommendation would be to contact the first company on the list and ask them your exact questions.

  30. Bobby Tye

    Tried many different pills, CBD seems to have a general positive impact on me and my health.

  31. Christina McKenzie

    Cbd is well-known for thyroid. I really can feel a positive effect on my body.

  32. Dorothy Rojas

    This didn’t work for me at first. I had to switch brands. Finally found the one that works for my condition.

    1. Andy

      Hi Dorothy, which one worked for you? Thanks.

  33. Sabrina Hilton

    My daughter and I both have hashimoto and are hypothyroid. Really considering this route for us both. The medications just keep being upped.

    My daughter’s antibodies are over 22,000. Changed her diet and everything to try and lower it but nothing seems to work for her.

  34. Grace G

    It helps! I simply love CBD

  35. Carol Hafer

    Cbd is the best medicine for thyroid. Improved my body functioning too. Thank you.

    1. Meridith

      What CBD Oil would you recommend for someone just looking / starting like myself.

  36. James K

    I’ve been hearing so much about this. Does it work?

  37. Jan Davis

    Been taking thyroid pills for about 30yrs now. Started taking Hemp work CBD oil , 5 drops 2xs a day almost 2 months the ago. Blood work came back last week and my TSH level has gone up…meaning my thyroid level is low! Should I wean off the pills and just do the oil???..

    1. Adam

      This is something you need to consult with your doctor

    2. Lois

      I have had hypothyroid for 3 years now. Every time I get blood work done my dose has to be upped. This last time the doctor upped my dose by 50mg. I am very interested in trying CBD oil for it but I am wondering how you go about going off the meds and using strictly CBD to see if it is working?
      Any info would be great.

      1. Adam

        Hi Lois, with Thyroid it is best to contact the company you wish to purchase from. Many factors come into play, such as potency, general health and the meds you are taking.

      2. Heide otis

        I am thinking of starting with cbd for my thyroid , how do i start with the oil and ween off my meds

        1. Cassie

          I have been taking CBD for about 6 weeks. I am now up to about 50mg a day in 3 doses. I use CBD oil – organic and produced in Vermont. I take 75mcg of levothyroxin a day and have been doing this drug for 10 years, although i started at 25mcg. What I would do:
          – get a thyroid test before you start taking the CBD oil
          – take it for 6-8 weeks and have another test
          – if the test shows that you can go down in your dose of thyroid meds, start to slowly wean yourself off it.

          I didn’t get a test before I started taking the CBD. Wish I had as it would be a baseline. However, after 6 weeks I decided to take a nick off of the levothyroxin pill which I am doing with the supervision of my doctor. He wants me to get another test after 5 weeks which I have scheduled. I am going to hold steady at 50mg of CBD and see what the results are before I do any more changes in my thyroid meds.

          So that is how I decided to approach it. My doctor is supportive although I do feel like he may be a little skeptical…but I don’t care about that!

          1. Navazismial Keshavjee

            Hi Cassie, would be interested to follow your improvements as I have been on synthroid since I was six. I have a predisposition to diebeties and heart problems from my dads side. Just started taking CBD two days ago. So we will see in 3 months with my blood test.

          2. Margie

            Thank you so much for that Cassie. It really really helps! I am in a similar situation to you and I will experiment exactly how you have wisely suggested. Blood test, gradually build CBD and than re-test and evaluate, then decrease Levothyroxine if benefits kick in and feels appropriate. I will be informing my endocrinologist and whether he’ll be skeptical or supportive I will try it as too many people have reported positively on CBD reading on forums and articles. Thank you

    3. Desie

      Hi Jan the same thing just happened to me. My TSH has gone ion p too. I take HempWorx CBD Oil too. Did you figure out if you need to wean off the thyroid meds or not?

  38. Deborah B

    Been using it for years. I live by it and swear by it

  39. Kim Tate

    Just love cannabis. Couldn’t see myself living without it

  40. Patricia E

    Excellent article! CBD has really been helping with my hormones. I use it daily!

  41. Judith Ezell

    Me too. I didn’t believe it would work. You have to know the mg to choose depending on your condition, but it works!

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