Anyway you must realize that what you just posted here is again no indication that Iodine did the real work. You addressed your adrenal problems first, and probably this was the right thing to do. Iodine does not exist in a bubble.
Meanwhile the 'iodine protocol' does not include addressing adrenal issues first, this is your information and information that I happen to agree with.
So you had to take multiple actions in a particular sequence. This is well beyond the scope of taking 4 or 5 minerals and then expecting miracles. The subject is a lot wider and you of course know that.
And as you know life is a process and what works for a person at one point in their life will not necessarily be appropriate as a person gets sicker or more healthy. You will come to see things closer to my point of view later in life regarding liver pate.
Trapper claimed that his 'cure' came from fruit fasting, which has nothing to do with iodine. Then he gets crazy with any questioning about iodine.
Increasing salt intake was enough for me to raise body temperature, Iodine was not necessary.
Just your personal story, my personal story, and some minerals.
Why people get so crazy about it indicates other problems. Problems that I have noticed you people as a group share to some extent.
Most of your collective group craziness and defensive posturing is unnecessary. Just share your stories and information and that's that. V comes closest to this philosophy and he is the most open-minded and least evangelical about isolating iodine into its mystical bubble.
There are definitely people who are not getting the results you got or I got because they didn't do 1/100th of the research or work that you did. You are a little bit disingenuous too because you have a degree in esoteric health and you were exposed to a lot of information over the course of years. You cannot condense that type of education down to a few curezone soundbites. And you were able to spend years eliminating things that did not work.