I've tried nearly all forms of iodine and I can
tell you that This Iodine is by far the most bioavailable
form. Whatever Edgar Cayce did with this stuff to
make it so "magical," You have recreated
its powers. If you're seroius about getting healthy
or maintaining your health, it's a no-brainer that
you should take iodine.
I'm using it because of a neuropathy (nerve pain/damage)
issue and I'm starting to see early signs of regeneration.
Exciting times are ahead folks!
Andrew, of Texas, ------------------------------
I have a lot of women who I think can and will benefit
from the iodine. Many are on herbs galore that are
meant to reduce estrogen but their blood tests are
not showing sufficient reduction in the estrogen dominance
(against the progesterone balance.) I have one particular
woman who tells me she used your detoxified iodine
product as a douche (four drops in a pint of water)
during her alternative treatment for cervical dysplasia
(Grade 1 pre-cancerous). After the biopsy, she refused
the cryosurgery and LOOP procedure and spent a year
cleansing, changing her diet, adding high folic acid,
B12, royal jelly, stress reduction, changing her attitude
(big need for that!) and doing the douche as mentioned
about once a week for several months with a month
or so off. She commented to me that she felt "an
instant cooling and calming relief" after doing
the douche. Well, long story short, after one year
she went back with a clean bill of health. Six months
later she had another required test and she was clear.
Six months after that, another test and she was clear.
She continues with the changes she made, including
taking the iodine (not sure how many drops she does)
and watching her estrogen levels.
By the way, when she got her third "all clear"
from her MD she asked the doctor (a woman) if she
wanted to know what she did to "cure" her
condition so that other women could benefit. The doctor
said she wasn't interested in knowing anything about
what she did. This is the same doctor who told her
that she needed to have the cryosurgery and LOOP procedure
because the chance of the cervical dysplasia going
from Grade 1 to 2 and 3 during the one year period
she planned to do her routine was "high and dangerous."
So, when this woman came back with such a great report,
she could not believe that the doctor was not as thrilled
about it as she was. Her comment to me was that "the
enthusiasm the doctor had for the two medical procedures
was much more animated than the the look on her face
when I got the all clear after three good PAP smears."
What can I say?