Can you get it delivered to a friend?
Best place I can think of would be the local Pharmacy/Drug store, even if they dont have it, they might be able to order it for you?
I do filter my drinking water so it is fluoride free. My acne isn't quite like the pictures of fluoroderma and I stay away from fluoride as much as possible, most likely fluoride free for 2+ years now. I do believe swimming while I was iodine deficient made me absorb chlorine. I will be starting my iodine supplementing along with the other recommended supplements next monday and will surely let you know how I do!
One question however, should I get calcium ascorbate(ester-c vitamin c) instead of the ascorbic acid I have currently? Will one bottle of Lugol's 2% iodine on amazon last me about 2 months?
I will be taking Vitamin D3(non soybean oil) and zinc picolinate along with this to help with my acne as well. If anyone recommends any other acne supplements, surely let me know, I want to prevent more breakouts while detoxing.
As far as my diet goes, I have been Paleo(I think this is similar to PB) without dairy, legumes, and gluten for about 3 months now.
One other thing I almost forgot, is there any correlation between iodine deficiency and fructose malabsorption? It seems to me that eating fruit causes me to get bloated, crave more fruit endlessly(binging), and gassy/loose stools.
check any local 'health food' stores, the ones here had other liquid iodines in stock but not lugols and they were happy to order it for me
"more you is like extra bacon with my food" - my bay <3
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1 bottle of Lugols should be enough to get you started long enough to titrate up slowly to the iodoral capsules.
Also the sources for Halide Chemicals is shocking. Bread & baked goods for bromide, that "New Car Smell" is halogens. Drugs & Vaccines, insectacides use on crop spraying, hair coloring, cosmetics,
Here is a list of products with Fluoride
Last edited by Grizz; 06-17-2012 at 02:51 PM.
Your body needs all the other bits to be able to properly utilize it.
So Personally id stick with the Ester -C unless I find better info/product
Thank you so much for that research. That must be why Dr. Buist chose Ester-C for her required supplements list. I do wish she would explain her decisions more, but alas, she is a very busy woman running her practice and the Yahoo Iodine Group, too. What she does makes me tired just looking at her !
How are you doing lately?
Camu Camu powder would be very good but its cost prohibitive as youd still need to take a couple large spoonfuls a day.
Me? im doing alright. I see my accupuncturist every 2 weeks or so and He "thinks" the fibroid has gotten a bit smaller. wont know for sure until I get my next ultrasound in Sept though.
Last edited by Grizz; 06-18-2012 at 04:45 AM.