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What you didn't know about iodine, but could save your life (VIDEO) – RTS Forum. Of all the elements known so far to be essential for human health, iodine is easily the most misunderstood and the most feared.

What you didn't know about iodine, but could save your life (VIDEO) – RTS Forum

Yet iodine is the safest of all the essential trace elements. It is the only one that can be administered safely for long periods of time in high doses, as long as one understands the basics of this treatment and knows how to adapt the dose to his or her needs. Every individual is unique - so everyone will have different requirements in regards to iodine or co-factors. Further links:Iodine - Suppressed knowledge that can change your lifeThe Health & Wellness Show: The Iodine Crisis - Interview with Lynne Farrow Disclaimer: The information contained in this video is for informational and educational purpose only. Lugol's Iodine: Treatment and Side Effects. Below Bill Thompson from the Philippines (author and one of Earth Clinic's top contributors) explains in detail about supplementing with Lugol's Iodine.

Lugol's Iodine: Treatment and Side Effects

Learn Lugol's Iodine dosage protocol, side effects, and why some people react to just a single drop of Lugol's! A Word of Caution to the Reader The information presented in this article should not be undertaken without first consulting with a physician. Proper laboratory and clinical monitoring is essential to achieving the final goals of using safe and natural treatments. This article is for informational purposes only. by Bill Thompson | December 12, 2013 Orthomolecular research is focused on preventing and treating disease by determining how much of a certain natural substance the body needs and then determining the best way to provide it. Calculating Number of MG's of Iodine per Drop of Lugol's Solution. The History of Iodine - Iodine Source - Your resource for detoxified iodine. The discovery of iodine, like most discoveries, was a fortuitous accident.

The History of Iodine - Iodine Source - Your resource for detoxified iodine.

The most fortuitous accident in the history of medicine, is one story many of us are familiar with: the discovery of penicillin. We've all heard the stories of the mold ruining the cultures and how suddenly, a mind shift occurred and bingo, the birth of antibiotics. Few realize that penicillin had been discovered a lot earlier, back in the late 1800's by a medical student. But, sadly, the world wasn't ready for it and, the haughtiness of physicians at that time would not allow them to look upon a mere student's discovery with more than condescending curiosity.

Even fewer are aware that Pasteur discovered and wrote up the first antibiotic experiment, in which he watched a substance gobble up his bacteria specimens. Everything You Need to Know About Iodine. Iodine: Its Role In Health and Disease, Michael B. Schachter, M.D. Guy Abraham MD, former professor of obstetrics, gynecology and endocrinology at UCLA School of Medicine, has written a series of papers about iodine that has drastically changed my thinking about its role in health and the prevention and treatment of disease.

Iodine: Its Role In Health and Disease, Michael B. Schachter, M.D.

I had been impressed by Dr. Abraham’s previous work, which showed that vitamin B6 and magnesium could be very helpful to women with premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and was eager to learn what he had to say about iodine. Through a series of articles (See website link at the end of this article), termed “The Iodine Project,” Dr. Abraham has proposed that the optimal daily dose of iodine for a person is approximately 12.5 mg, which is 100 times the RDA of 0.125 mg.

He believes that the current prevailing medical opinion that more than 2 mg a day of iodine is toxic is wrong. The commonly accepted medical opinion is that iodine’s only role in the body is to help make thyroid hormones. Dr. Dr. In his excellent short book on iodine, Dr. Question: What is the difference between IODORAL and IOSOL? at Iodine Supplementation Support by VWT Team, topic 1669290. Sure there's a difference.

Question: What is the difference between IODORAL and IOSOL? at Iodine Supplementation Support by VWT Team, topic 1669290

Iosol only contains free iodine, and not very much of it as compared to iodoral. Also contains unspecified amount of "ammonium iodine". 1830mcg free iodine in a drop of iosol(that equates to 1.830 mg). 5mg free iodine in iodoral, along with 7.5mg potassium iodide. Dr. David Brownstein recommends iodoral because the body needs both forms, free iodine(I2) and potassium iodide(KI): from "Iodine, Why You Need It, Why You Can't Live Without It" David Brownstein, MD "It was thought that the intestinal tract could easily convert iodine to iodide, but research has shown this is not true.

Companion Nutrients: The Key to Success on the Iodine Protocol. (Though this blog post was written at the tail end of 2013, it’s information is JUST as applicable today!!

Companion Nutrients: The Key to Success on the Iodine Protocol

Enjoy!!) The following informative Guest Blog Post was written by thyroid patient Jane. She is a mother and a member of the Weston Price Foundation. Years of battling a very painful disease, and experiencing the indignity and futility of mainstream medicine for managing chronic illness, led her to a path seeking true health, which included her use of iodine. Iodine Supplementation - The Health Wyze Report. Journey to Health. When I first started to research iodine I was very confused about all the different iodine forms and products so I decided to make a page here that runs down the basics.

Journey to Health

There two kinds of iodine; Elemental Iodine, sometimes referred to as molecular or sometimes granular. It comes as pure crystals which are used when making tinctures and lugol’s solution. The reduced salts (iodide) Commonly used; potassium iodide, sodium iodide and ammonium iodide.