Thymus – T – Cell production house
The thymus was known to the ancient Greeks, and its name comes from the Greek word θυμός (thumos), meaning “anger”, or “heart, soul, desire, life”, possibly because of its location in the chest, near where emotions are subjectively felt.
Thymosin “Thymic humoral factor” is the hormone of the thymus, and it stimulates the development of disease-fighting T cells.
The thymus is special in that, unlike most organs, it is at its largest in children. Once you reach puberty, the thymus starts to slowly shrink and become replaced by fat. By the age of 50, despite its importance to the immune defenses, only about 15 percent of the thymus remains. By age 75, the thymus is little more than fatty tissue. Fortunately, the thymus produces all of your T cells by the time you reach puberty.
It also manages the sex glands. So has a connection with the sexual function of the body.
Triphala powder consumed daily with warm water will improve the health of your Thymus glad.