Since my wife started it her thyroid test have all come back good. No more thyroid meds so far.
Red Cloud 31 wrote:
There is a lot of information available on iodine. Bread bakers used to use a form of iodine as a dough conditioner before they started using the toxic bromates instead. Some are switching back.
Much is said about many cancers being related to an iodine deficiency.
Kelp and other seaweeds are good sources of iodine. Black walnut (nuts, hulls and leaves) are an iodine accumulator, which may be the reason they work so well as a parasite cleanse.
Cold and flu? Absolutely. It seems most pathogens can't survive in an iodine environment. It is strongly anti-bacterial.
South Carolina wrote:
Great thread! I will have to do some research. This iodine that you take orally - do you buy it at the drug store?
paul wheaton wrote:A friend appears to be dealing with colds and flu a lot this year and I have now read two bits in acres usa about iodine. I think they are both written by the same person. The first is an article and the second is a letter to the editor.
So .... digging .... I found the letter: "I take eight drops of Lugol's Iodine Solution in a glass of water, to cure colds and flu." Apparently this isn't just any iodine, but "a mixture of Iodine and Potassium Iodide" .... hmmm ... the author now mentions that it comes from a book called the cure for all diseases.
Interesting stuff. I'm just passing on what I read because I thought it was interesting. I'm a bit skeptical.
Michael Sohocki wrote:the idea scares me. If you take enough iodine to kill bad microbes, won't it kill good microbes? and aren't we...like..kind of mostly microbes?
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