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  • Originally posted by Grizz View Post
    michelle,
    Woops I just noticed you are in England. You need the version of iodine that is BOTH iodine and iodide. Iodine by itself will not work. Let me know where in England you find iodoral & Lugols and I will post it in our reference guide for others who live in England.
    eBay!

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    • Yesterday I tried to post a link from MedlinePlus but it was withheld pending mod approval. It was a gov site that stated one possible cause of hyperthyroidism was too much iodine.

      I thought excess iodine would simply pass through the body.
      Discussion of eating plans, nutrition, health research, etc, with respect at this link

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      • I found some Lugols at Bobbys Healthy Shop online. They didnt do 2% only 3%, 5% or 15%.
        I guess I should use the 3% like the 2%? It was less that 10, including the postage.

        Couldnt get any of the iodoral, hopefully I dont need both?

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        • I have bought from there before too, no problems at all.

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          • Originally posted by itsybitsy View Post
            Yesterday I tried to post a link from MedlinePlus but it was withheld pending mod approval. It was a gov site that stated one possible cause of hyperthyroidism was too much iodine.
            I thought excess iodine would simply pass through the body.
            You have to be very careful about who you believe on the subject of iodine. There is a wealth of totally conflicting information out there on the internet, ESPECIALLY about iodine. Iodine threatens the revenues of the drug industry & the cancer industry, so we can expect industry wide retaliation, this means well funded Washington lobbyists. If you want to believe in the corrupted government, then you will be following the wrong advice. We follow Dr. Brownstein as our "bible" on iodine. So do the leading doctors, and a host of others. We must each choose our own path to achieve optimum health. I can't tell you which path to choose. I have presented all the facts in our Reference Document for you to make an informed decision.

            I think you need 50 or so messages before you are allowed to post links, the reason is to discourage spammers. I think you can post your link by removing http//www. and by removing the dot in front of COM.

            When I get done doing my taxes, I'll add a chapter in our references about what causes hyperthyroid from our most reputable doctors. ( it is not too much iodine ), or maybe one of our members can provide a good answer for now. I don't have time for that now.

            PS) I just stumbled into this cause of hyperthyroid:
            http://theiodineproject.webs.com/fluoridegoodorbad.htm

            Let us know which path you choose & which doctor you choose,
            Grizz
            Last edited by Grizz; 04-29-2012, 12:04 PM.

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            • Originally posted by michellethompson View Post
              I found some Lugols at Bobbys Healthy Shop online. They didnt do 2% only 3%, 5% or 15%.
              I guess I should use the 3% like the 2%? It was less that 10, including the postage.

              Couldnt get any of the iodoral, hopefully I dont need both?
              Lugols 3% is fine. When you have run out of 3% you will be ready for the 5% for slowly titrating up to reach the Dr. Brownstein target of 50mg a day. It doesn't matter whether you use the liquid drops or the pills. Any method to get iodine into your body is a good method.

              Grizz

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              • And for the record, Grizz, I don't think you are a raving lunatic either. In fact, if I unleashed everything I have read (and believe) someone would try to get me committed. I think you're pretty tame compared to me!! Keep up the good work!!

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                • Originally posted by itsybitsy View Post
                  Yesterday I tried to post a link from MedlinePlus but it was withheld pending mod approval. It was a gov site that stated one possible cause of hyperthyroidism was too much iodine.
                  I thought excess iodine would simply pass through the body.
                  itsybitsy,
                  I can't spend any more time on this - have to go play with Turbotax. But I can't leave this one subject hanging. There-you see what you did with your question?

                  Fluoride is a LOT worse than anyone has imagined. I just found the MAIN fluoride Research Group:
                  Fluoride Action Network
                  Also watch these absolutely shocking youtube videos on fluoride.

                  Video Part 1
                  Video Part 2
                  Video Part 3

                  THIS is what causes hyperthyroid:
                  http://theiodineproject.webs.com/hyp...dandiodine.htm

                  There I did it. Now I'm getting my nose back into Turbotax :--((
                  Grizz
                  Last edited by Grizz; 04-05-2012, 12:46 PM.

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                  • Originally posted by DuhPrincess View Post
                    And for the record, Grizz, I don't think you are a raving lunatic either. In fact, if I unleashed everything I have read (and believe) someone would try to get me committed. I think you're pretty tame compared to me!! Keep up the good work!!
                    Thank you for the kind words. You are correct. The things we are learning are just too shocking for words. How can we possibly convince people of what we now know? Fluoride is now on the forefront of my attention. Bread & water with poisonous chemicals? No one will believe us. Now this very minute - it is Turborax or DIE !

                    PS) One of the videos mentioned bottled water. Surely they didn't mess around with bottled water, did they?
                    Look at the fine print on your next bottle of PURE PURIFIED WATER.
                    I just did and found they've added this to the water :
                    * Calcium CHLORIDE
                    * Sodium Bicarbonate
                    * Magnesium Sulfate

                    Grizz
                    Last edited by Grizz; 04-06-2012, 01:01 AM.

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                    • just to screw things up...

                      I stay away from seaweed. The Fukashima disaster is, I beleive, much much worse that we are led to believe. It's been out of the press as of late (out of site out of mind) but the problem is still there.

                      I would not eat anything from Japan. Period. I think there is much being hidden from us regarding that disaster. The problem is, its ongoing...

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                      • Originally posted by itsybitsy View Post
                        Yesterday I tried to post a link from MedlinePlus but it was withheld pending mod approval. It was a gov site that stated one possible cause of hyperthyroidism was too much iodine.

                        I thought excess iodine would simply pass through the body.
                        Different people, different reactions. Iodine MAY harm some people IF its taken in large doses without selenium. The iodine/selenium balance seems to be the key to a healthy thyroid. We need enough of both. Imbanance in both directions may harm...
                        Female, have Hashimotos w/lots of antibodies treated with Erfa + levaxin (Norwegian equivalent to synthyroid)

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                        • Originally posted by Dave RN View Post
                          just to screw things up...

                          I stay away from seaweed. The Fukashima disaster is, I beleive, much much worse that we are led to believe. It's been out of the press as of late (out of site out of mind) but the problem is still there.

                          I would not eat anything from Japan. Period. I think there is much being hidden from us regarding that disaster. The problem is, its ongoing...
                          You are correct, as usual, my friend. I even ordered a Geiger counter from Amazon.Com to measure my new Toyota Prius, seaweed, and anything else that I might be suspicious about.

                          Grizz

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                          • Originally posted by michellethompson View Post
                            I found some Lugols at Bobbys Healthy Shop online. They didnt do 2% only 3%, 5% or 15%.
                            I guess I should use the 3% like the 2%? It was less that 10, including the postage.

                            Couldnt get any of the iodoral, hopefully I dont need both?
                            Read carefully when buying lugol's. Some manufacturers (among them Bobbys) estimate the percent in another way than the original solution. In the original the percent was calculated from the I2 (iodine) content... Not from the total amount of I in the solution.

                            Lugol's iodine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
                            Lugol's solution is available in different potencies of 1%, 2%, or 5% Iodine. The 5% solution consists of 5% (wt/v) iodine (I2) and 10% (wt/v) potassium iodide (KI) mixed in distilled water and has a total iodine content of 130 mg/mL.[

                            I've come across several manufacturers (most) that counts the amount of I in the solution... Which will say that a "new5%" approximates an "old 2%". Read carefully on the amount in each drop and decide your dosage from that.


                            Also see:
                            Thread: Confirm whether this is 7% Lugol's. Also need other info at Iodine Supplementation Support by VWT Team (ThreadID: 1883739)
                            Female, have Hashimotos w/lots of antibodies treated with Erfa + levaxin (Norwegian equivalent to synthyroid)

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                            • Oh, and I'm up to two drops of 5% Lugols. Taking all co-supps (ATP cofactors finally came inthe mail, C, himalayan salt, 200mcg of selenium etc). I have no detox symptoms. 'Cept I have a little zit on my nose. But it's very tiny. I plan on staying at two drops (12.5) for long term, and won't go up for quite a while.

                              I do have a rough, dark brown spot on my left great toe. It's very scaely looking and has been there for 30 years. I'm putting a drop in the morning and a drop in the eve of lugols on it. It stains it big time, and stays that way so it's not soaking in, presumably because I'm dropping it on "dead" skin. But I've read that Lugols is good for these types of things but it can take quite a while.

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                              • Originally posted by Grizz View Post
                                Thank you for the kind words. You are correct. The things we are learning are just too shocking for words. How can we possibly convince people of what we now know? Fluoride is now on the forefront of my attention. Bread & water with poisonous chemicals? No one will believe us. Now this very minute - it is Turborax or DIE !

                                PS) One of the videos mentioned bottled water. Surely they didn't screw up bottled water, did they?
                                Sure as hell. Look at the fine print on your next bottle of PURE PURIFIED WATER.
                                I just did and found:
                                * Calcium CHLORIDE
                                * Sodium Bicarbonate
                                * Magnesium Sulfate

                                Grizz
                                Chloride and fluoride can be found naturally in ground water (and in food) - don't throw the baby out with the bathwater. Check the amounts.
                                My website: http://www.shoppinganywhere.net/

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