Nature’s Source pharmaceutical grade nutritional products are designed by health care practitioners who have been using nutrition as part of their Standard of Care for patients for cumulatively over 60 years.

At Ortho Molecular Products, our scientists are also parents; our shipping department is filled with mothers and fathers; our company is filled with people who know the value of children’s health. That’s why we pour so much effort into making sure every formula is the most effective it can be and every ingredient is uncompromising in it’s quality.


Adrenal Fatigue
Hormones such as cortisol, estrogen, and testosterone are hormones secreted by the adrenaline glands that is essential for health and vitality for proper body function. As we age, the adrenal glands become the major endogenous source of sex hormones in men and women. Modern lifestyles or chronic illness as well as prolonged physical or emotional stress can lead to adrenal fatigue. Adrenal fatigue is an important contributing factor in many health conditions ranging from allergies to obesity.


Cortisol, an adrenal hormone with anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant activity, may help to minimize allergic reactions, autoimmune disorders and cancer. These hormones closely affect the utilization of carbohydrates and fats, the conversion of protein and fats into energy, and cardiovascular and gastrointestinal function. The hormonal pathway to optimal health requires proper adrenal support, including proper nutrition, plenty of sleep, regular moderate exercise, stress management, and replacement of deficient hormones.

Thyroid Hormone Therapy

Low levels of thyroid hormone (hypothyroidism) symptoms include hypotension, fatigue, temperature intolerance, fluid retention, dry skin and hair, headaches, low sexual desire, infertility, irregular menstrual periods, constipation, aching muscles and joints, anxiety , depression, slow metabolism and decreased heart rate, memory impairment, enlarged tongue, deep voice, swollen neck, PMS, weight gain, hypoglycemia, and high cholesterol and triglycerides. More than 50% of all people with thyroid disease are unaware of their condition.


Both T4 and T3 are secreted by the normal thyroid gland, many hypothyroid patients are treated only with levothyroxine (synthetic T4). Thyroxine (T4) is an inactive form that is converted to triiodothyronine (T3), an active form of thyroid. Some hypothyroid patients remain symptomatic, and T3 may also be required for optimal thyroid replacement therapy. The commercially available form of T3 is synthetic liothyronine in an immediate release formulation which is rapidly absorbed, and may result in higher than normal T3 concentrations. These high concentrations may cause serious side effects throughout the body including heart palpitations. This indicates there is a need for a sustained release preparation of T3 in order to avoid adverse effects.

Improved cognitive performance, mood, physical status and neuropsychological function is observed in hypothyroid patients with the inclusion of T3 in their thyroid replacement. Over 60% of the patients preferred T4 plus T3 with less depression than with the treatment T4 alone. Physicians may consider the use of sustained release T3 in the treatment of hypothyroidism especially when an incomplete response to levothyroxine (T4).