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Re: Reactivity explained in basic chemistry terms
 
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Re: Reactivity explained in basic chemistry terms


Follow your gut, ion negative iodine\dide is much more effective...

Perhaps one could think of Nascent like Iodine at X2 dilution, perhaps one tube of 3x pellets would be worth a try for someone sensitive to these issues:
http://www.abchomeopathy.com/r.php/Iod


more from BOERICKE
http://homeoint.org/books/boericmm/i/iod.htm



If one knew Alchemy one could figure out that iodized salt delivers he wrong kind of Iodine with positive ions...could then wonder how many negative ions it would take to negate years of positive ions sticking to receptors and making them unavailable...

 

 
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