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Is it really necessary to start slow?
 
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Published: 10 years ago
 

Is it really necessary to start slow?


I have a fibroid, and what I have been reading is that small doses don't do very much, and that nothing much really happened until they started taking at least 100mg. (I haven't started doing anything yet*, because I am waiting for my Lugols to come in the mail.)
But I have also noticed a lot of "be sure to start slow" advice. I am wondering if this is coming from the crowd that tries to avoid detox symptoms (or even doubts their existence, attributing them to overdose or an allergy). I would think you would want to embrace the detox symptoms, and do what you can to get them to come as soon as you can. Sooner begun, sooner finished.
So, if you don't start slow, but instead go straight to a high dose, 100, 150, 200, what will happen? Why shouldn't I do this?
*(Edit: This is not actually true, I have started taking selenium, niacin, vitamin E, and vitamin C.)
 

 
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