One thing the resident "scientist" fails to understand is herbs. When you study herbs, you cannot take established lab approach toward testing the explicit composition of a substance. Doesn't work.
What's important is what the body does with it. As you know, herbs elicit responses from the body and allow the body to metabolize and turn compositions into needed nutrients. I'm more interested in the iodine "potential" of walnut rather than whether the elemental form exists in some toxic high concentration. That was my point in posting iodine number which he assumes I know nothing about. Typical arrogant antagonizer. All oils have traces of elemental iodine. He's liar to suggest it contains none. But more importantly, what is the body's need for iodine after supplementing with natural forms?