Being jittery and tired seems contradictory to me. When I am jittery I have a lot of energy. When I am tired I do not. Once again, what you are saying makes no sense. Jittery says you need adrenal support. Tired says you need Iodine. If your thyroid is not functioning properly enough to utilize the Iodine, there are formulas that will kick it into high gear.
But it would be dangerous to make such a recommendation, with al the contradictory information you are giving, so I am not going to tell you what it is, because… if you are jittery, and your thyroid kicks into high gear, the word jittery will pale in comparison to how you will feel once your thyroid glad starts making use of all the iodine. And I am talking very hard hard palpitations that will make you wonder if you are going to have a heart attack, and send you running to the emergency room, and then they will want to remove your thyroid gland because they will think you have graves disease. Are your eyes bugging out of your head???
Another thing you are saying that doesn't make much sense to me is about the Iodine stain staying on your skin for more than 24 hours. I once accidentally got a drop of Iodine on the wall and when I tried to wipe it off, it left a brown stain. But by the next day, it had faded and was nearly invisible. I've never had much faith in the skin test. Iodine fades in a matter of hours for me and I have been taking it for over 10 years. But maybe you have some kind of unique DNA.
Which star blew up and sent your god particle to earth?