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Re: Iodine on skin versus orally?
 
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Re: Iodine on skin versus orally?


First of all, don't be nervous about bromide detox. Yes, it can be unpleasant at times, but better out than in!

I would not use topically applied Iodine in lieu of internal supplementation. There's no way of controlling your dose. Topical Iodine is a great adjunct to internal supplementation. 20% of the body's Iodine is in the skin...

Women have painted their breasts, forum members have painted their faces. I removed a suspicious mole with painting lugol's, as have many others...

I formulated the salve and cream as a way of "painting" without having to deal with... a reddish-brown face, and peeling skin. I just can't afford the time off!

Here's a good article about the bioavailability of iodine applied to the skin, Guy Abraham, MD:

http://www.optimox.com/pics/Iodine/updates/UNIOD-02/UNIOD_02.htm


That's straight Lugol's he's talking about, BTW. Binding the iodine with oil keeps the iodine on the skin, thus enhancing absorption.

And, yes, when you apply iodine to the skin it affects the whole body. But it will affect the skin first...

BTW, no need to buy my products. A lot of people have just mixed iodine with oil and used that:)

 

 
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