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    Quote Originally Posted by jo View Post
    Hi Pearl

    I found this in my researches:



    Further details here

    I would certainly carry on taking it. I haven't heard negative reports so far.
    Sorry, this is not the official iodine protocol and other members are advised to disregard this advice. Lugols liquid or iodoral capsules are the required iodine and any other advice represents unofficial experimenting. We are following the Dr. Brownstein iodine protocol and he specifies clearly only lugols and iodoral.

    In addition, Iosol is on the "Not Recommended List" over at the Yahoo Iodine Group. Everyone is free to experiment as they wish, but any such experiments are not supported by Dr. Brownstein.

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    Ohhhh Myyyy Gawd !

    Off Topic, but this news is shocking ! I found this news in my travels:
    ROOT CANAL COVER UP EXPOSED
    Dr. Weston Price, a renowned dental research specialist, observed many patients with crippling degenerative diseases who did not respond to treatment. He suspected infected root canal teeth to be the culprit. He developed a testing method that revealed the presence of infection in a tooth. By implanting a root filled tooth from a patient under the skin of a laboratory animal, usually a rabbit, he found that in almost every case the animal would develop the same disease as the patient, lose weight, and often times would die. Later, Dr. Price found he could embed small pieces of the root instead of the entire tooth, or pulverize the teeth and inject the powder and cause the same results. Eventually, he found he could culture the bacteria found in a root filled tooth and inject the toxins from it into the laboratory animal and reproduce the disease from the toxins alone. It is important to note that when he implanted sterile objects or uninfected natural teeth, such as those removed for orthodontic purposes, no adverse health effects resulted.

    Dr. Price found many types of degenerative diseases, including endocarditis, other heart diseases, kidney and bladder diseases, arthritis, rheumatism, mental diseases, lung problems and other degenerative diseases could be transferred to laboratory animals. He also found that a large percentage of patients recovered from their illnesses after the root filled teeth were extracted.

    The primary bacteria in root canals found by Dr. Price included streptococcus, staphylococcus, and spirochetes. He found 90 percent of bacteria in the teeth that produced the patients' acute diseases in the animals were streptococcus, and
    NotDoctors.com: Root Canal Cover-Up Exposed
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    Hey I got this promotional video in my emailbox this morning. It was only about 14 minutes long so I thought I would watch it. Although it sounds a lot like iodine, it did not reveal what substance is the 'Primal Panacea'. It is a sales pitch for a book by Dr. Thomas Levy. That name sounded familiar as did the example subject named Smith, a farmer in New Zealand, who was on life support and slated to let die. His family fought for every last resort, and his first dose of '25mg', was administered through an IV. All sounding suspiciously like iodine. What do you all think.

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    John,

    The $50 Billion a year cancer industry does not tolerate competition. Neither does the FDA. It is just a matter of time before the FDA shuts down our thread on iodine or makes iodine illegal for sale in the USA. Dr. Brownstein thinks the FDA will make ALL vitamins illegal. See his web site.

    The drug companies are not going to allow the public to become healthy. There is no money to be made from a healthy population.
    Why would the FDA have a ridiculously low RDA for iodine and Vitamin D3?

    That is my $0.02 worth,
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    Quote Originally Posted by winencandy View Post
    That was a private message. If I'd wanted it posted here I would have done so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ljbprrfmof View Post
    Hey I got this promotional video in my emailbox this morning. It was only about 14 minutes long so I thought I would watch it. Although it sounds a lot like iodine, it did not reveal what substance is the 'Primal Panacea'. It is a sales pitch for a book by Dr. Thomas Levy. That name sounded familiar as did the example subject named Smith, a farmer in New Zealand, who was on life support and slated to let die. His family fought for every last resort, and his first dose of '25mg', was administered through an IV. All sounding suspiciously like iodine. What do you all think.

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    Hi. If this is the same NZ guy that I read about, his family had insisted on giving him mega doses of Vitamin C - I think intravenous, but I'm not quite sure about that. If so - then it is Vit C and not iodine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizz View Post
    Sorry, this is not the official iodine protocol and other members are advised to disregard this advice. Lugols liquid or iodoral capsules are the required iodine and any other advice represents unofficial experimenting. We are following the Dr. Brownstein iodine protocol and he specifies clearly only lugols and iodoral.

    In addition, Iosol is on the "Not Recommended List" over at the Yahoo Iodine Group. Everyone is free to experiment as they wish, but any such experiments are not supported by Dr. Brownstein.

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    No Grizz. YOU are following Dr Brownstein's protocol. Others here are taking a different approach which may be just as effective.

    On this site you are in no position to decide what is official and what is not. There are doctors out there who do not agree with Dr Brownstein's approach. You are free to take your path, but you are not an expert and therefore in no position to offer such advice.

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    Yes, thank you. I am indeed following the Dr. Brownstein Iodine Protocol as closely as possible. And any questions that arise I answer according to the Dr. Brownstein Protocol. This subject is far too serious to be giving newbees experimental advice. Dr, Brownstein and his group have spent YEARS developing his protocol successfully on thousands of people. There are also 6,000+ people on the Brownstein Protocol over at the Yahoo Iodine Group. For these reasons we should not be experimenting with newbees when they ask us for our advice. We should be giving the best advice possible that is time tested & proven.

    So yes, this means Lugols Iodine or Iodoral and the required supplements, as directed by Dr. Brownstein.
    If you have a better doctor for us to follow, what is his name and what is his entire protocol? If there is someone better than Dr. Brownstein to follow, then by all means let us know more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizz View Post
    Tigress,
    Sorry, but there are only 2 forms of iodine acceptable for the Iodine Protocol.
    1) Lugols iodine 2% or 5%
    2) Iodoral capsules 12mg

    Both are available at Amazon.com, and both are the correct ratio of Potassium Iodide and Iodine.
    Ammonium iodide is not acceptable, and the dosage per drop is a fraction of the dosage per drop of Lugols.

    This is what you must order. There are other suppliers besides Amazon on the net.
    Amazon.com: Lugol's Iodine Solution(2 oz.) Twin Pack(2 bot.): Health & Personal Care
    You won't be able to find Lugols or iodoral locally. Sorry.

    Please see instructions in our References Guide. The required supplements must also be taken. If you don't take the required supplements, then don't take iodine at all. This is serious business and there is no room for fudging. The Iodine Supplement Protocol was designed by some brilliant doctors, and we have zero tolerance for changing it.

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    Whoa there Grizz, I'm not going to take your first born child. I just asked why someone said it had no iodide, when it does. I did not actually ask about your pet protocol, which I have read btw. There is nothing that I "must" order, supplements I "must" take, and you absolutely cannot tell me whether or not I can take iodine based on whether I follow your favorite protocol. You come across very harshly and pompous sometimes in this thread, I'm sorry to say! Sometimes there's more than one way to skin a cat, you know? (-:

    In case it helps you sleep better tonight, I am taking the dosage recommended in "The Iodine Protocol", and I am also taking the supplements as recommended. However, I and many other people have taken iodine before and not had hideous welts and acne and bloat. Even if that WAS a certain consequence to people not following this particular regimen to the letter, it's not like people are going to die from it. You still don't need to go around telling people what they must or must not do, that the way you prefer is the only way, and that they can not take iodine at all. It's not life threatening. I understand if you want to *warn* people of *possible* side effects, or *promote* a protocol that you've personally had success with, but this heavy handed high horse business is unecessary, don't you think? Especially when people don't even ask for your almighty advice


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