Taurus is in charge of the adenoids, tonsils, and larynx. However, its main job is to work with Mercury on the thyroid gland. This gland often doesn’t work right when a person is under a lot of emotional stress, doesn’t get enough iodine in their diet, or doesn’t eat enough fiber and roughage. Because of colon toxemia, Taurus’s opposite sign, Scorpio, can often cause the thyroid to go overactive or underactive as a reflex to Scorpio.
Some signs of a hyperthyroid condition are being tense, not being able to relax, shaking, heart palpitations, losing weight, not being able to handle heat, sweating too much, and having more bowel movements. Most people don’t know that their thyroids are overactive, so they blame their nervousness on themselves or something in their immediate surroundings. A hyperthroid can cause a great deal of mental pain. Some people feel like they are just on the edge of going crazy. Getting a T-3, T-4, or T-7 blood test to check the thyroid is easy, doesn’t take long, and is good for a person’s mental and physical health.
Hypothyroidism causes weight gain, dry skin, dull and brittle hair, low blood pressure, a slow pulse, slow body functions, and less muscle activity. People with hypothyroidism feel mentally sluggish and unmotivated. They quickly forget what they just said and have trouble remembering things in general. These people are always too warm because they are sensitive to cold drafts. Constipation is another common problem. Cretinism is the name for hypothyroidism that is present at birth. Every baby in Canada has to get a blood test to make sure they don’t have the disease.
Sun in Taurus? This position can cause sore throats, mucus in the nose, tumours in the throat or on the vocal cords, and diphtheria.
Moon in Taurus? When the Moon is in Taurus, it can cause sore throats, throat swelling, or ulcers. A person with this in their birth chart is also likely to eat too much because they are unhappy emotionally.
Mercury is in Taurus? When Mercury is in Taurus, you could get hoarse from being nervous or talking for a long time, croup, trouble swallowing sometimes, choking on things, or laryngitis.
Venus in Taurus? This pattern can be a sign of neck swelling, mumps, thrush or a fungal infection in the mouth or throat, or abscesses in the pharynx area.
Mars in Taurus can cause hyperthyroidism, laryngitis, tonsillitis, enlarged tonsils, polyps in the throat area, problems with the adenoids, and inflammation of the nasal passages.
When Jupiter was in Taurus, the adenoids or tonsils got bigger. This placement could lead to dry coughing spells, sore throats, and an enlarged thyroid. People with Jupiter in Taurus also tend to eat too much and want too many fattening foods.
Satum in Taurus? This position can lead to phlegm in the throat, a dry cough, loss of voice, choking, suffocation, and a thyroid gland that doesn’t work as well as it should.
Uranus in Taurus can cause the thyroid gland to spasm, which can make it go from being normal to being either overactive or underactive. Stress, especially a shock to the body that comes out of nowhere, can make the Ihyroid stop working. Colon stagnation can also make the problem worse. This placement could make you lose your voice or get hoarse because you are nervous. And there is the chance of choking or throwing up on something.
Neptune in Taurus? If the thyroid is in this spot, it might not work right, especially when the person is stressed. With a hypothyroid, you might feel tired or forget things, and with a hyperthyroid, you might feel nervous and have a racing heart. By reflex action to Scorpio, Neptune in Taurus can also mean that the large intestine isn’t moving as fast or as well as it should.
Toxemia can happen, and as the poisons get back into the bloodstream, headaches and skin rashes may show up. If the toxemia lasts for a long time, the whole cardiovascular system could be affected. If a person has a family history of glaucoma or cataracts, they may also get them.
Pluto in Taurus can cause serious and long-lasting problems with the thyroid, as well as polyps, tumors, or other growths on the vocal cords, thyroid, or in the neck area.