"One more question I have is I am using Dr. Calrk's Iodine sodium mix, What is the difference between this and Lugol's? Is one better than the other?"
i'm not familiar with the one of Hulda Clark , but i know that the kaliumiodide is a stable white powder, like tablesalt only slightly bitter. Lugols contain 10% of this and 5% pure iodine, Iodine is highly reactive, though not as strong as clorine which is in the same chemical family of halogens. I put a drop of Lugols on a canadian silver dollar, it caused a corrosive grey spot in a flash, very reactive. Your sodiumiodide would not do that as it is ph neutral. Some say pure Iodine is needed by certain parts of the body, but maybe the body can convert iodide, the ion I-, to I2, pure iodine.
i'm myself trying this week only kaliumiodide to see the difference from last weeks use of lugols