Is that right?Look at the molecular structure of natural thyroxine and compare it to the synthetic version called Synthroid. The two aren't even close. It is not hard to imagine then why people experience dangerous side effects using this drug.
Natural thyroid hormone comes in several variations, including one called tetraiodothyronine. Here are two of the natural forms, tetra- and tri-iodothyronine. The difference is the absence of one iodine atom on the triodo form:
Here is Synthroid, the pharmaceutical :
These are the same molecule, except that the pharmaceutical form is the sodium salt of tetraiodothyronine, a carboxylic acid.
You could have checked that yourself. Do you care if you're right or not?
And what are the dangerous side effects of Synthroid, assuming thyroid function tests are being monitored and the patient given the proper dose? None, right?
Faith based thinking is not very inspirational to me. And the contempt that Christianity teaches for science, reason, and rigor is also quite uninspiring.