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Re: Found out what the Red dots are on skin.
 
Johny Apple Bomb Views: 4,318
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Re: Found out what the Red dots are on skin.


It says in the link a few things.


Dr. David Brownstein, author of "Iodine - Why you Need it - Why you Can't Live without it", states that the consequences of bromine binding to the Iodine receptors in the body is "disastrous".

Iodine supplementation, according to Dr. Brownstein, allows the body to detoxify the bromine and restore Iodine enzyme metabolism.

He suggests the use of Lugols liquid Iodine 25 - 50 mg a day or Iodoral (pill form).

He recommends 10,000 mg of Vitamin C a day along with a magnesium supplement, to help with detoxification and 10 grams of Celtic Sea Salt , not regular table salt .

Additionally, an Epson salt bath using 2 cups in bath water should be done twice a week to remove toxins.

Dr. Guy Abraham, noted researcher, points out that with the addition of iodine, bromine is excreted along with other toxic elements in the body including fluoride.

This offers a full body detox allowing the body to gradually reduce the cherry angiomas from the skin naturally.

Natural Topical Treatments
For topical treatment of cherry angiomas, the following have been successful in varying degrees:

Ancient Mineral oil of magnesium applied to the area
Cansema or bloodroot applied to the area
Pascalite clay applied to the area
Epsom Salts or Celtic Sea Salt s with hydrogen peroxide applied to the area

Testimonials on these successes may be found at Earth Clinic
 

 
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