Growing up, my wife received a lot of medications for different things, especially Antibiotics . Taking cipro for a nasty ear infection pushed her over the edge into Chronic-Fatigue-Syndrome and Fibromyalgia.
I, on the other hand, somehow got by in my formative years not having to take so much. Guess who has better health? Being under the care of an iridologist in my mid-twenties rid me of the worst of my allergies and put me on track to the point where I shrug off or only take glancing blows of flus and things that the kids bring home from school. I'm beginning to think Iodine is the last missing piece for me.
Meanwhile, the guy in the cube across from me was out today for the second time in three months for a really nasty cold. I tried to turn him on to iodine, but he politely refused. I guess in our society a doctor's recommendation still trumps advice from a guy who's only had 1 cold in five years. That's never going to change until people, like my wife, get sick of some of the crap doctors have foisted on people over the years. The stuff I found here have helped relieved her migraines more than the nasty crap the doctors push.