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Re: Dr. Guy Abraham RIP by Ginagirl ..... Iodine Supplementation Support by VWT Team

Date:   6/12/2013 12:02:25 PM ( 8 years ago ago)
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Here is a testimony from one following Abrahams recommendations;

"While using Iodoral, I noticed the following unexpected benefits above and beyond what I found in my research:

Allergies subsided – I had horrendous allergies, sinus infections exacerbated by certain foods, working outside, and changes in the season. Imagine my surprise after being on Iodine for a few weeks when I went outside to mow and finished without a single sneeze. Further my eyes were not red or watering, and I was not congested. No medications or other treatments did this.
Asthma disappeared – Shortly after beginning my Iodine supplementation, asthma attacks associated with yard work or exercise and even foods vanished. I did not find anyone mentioning this when I first did the research on iodine. Since then I have found some interesting tid-bits.
Able to tan – This one is hard to explain. Previous to taking Iodine I could not tan easily and could not do so without burning. While taking iodine, about my third month I started to be able to go outside for extended periods of time without sun block and tan very nicely without burning. I cannot find anything on iodine that would explain this. I was not taking any other substances that might cause other effects. I even pushed the envelope I spent the day on a beach in Corpus Christi, TX during the month of July without sunblock without ill effect, just a darker tan. My wife who was taking Iodoral with me also had the same effect. Please do not assume that this will work for you, this is what I noted. I don’t know if iodine works like an internal sunblock and cannot prove otherwise beyond my personal experiences. If you decide to test this, do so in stages and with caution.
Other positive effects I had that were expected or not surprising included reduction of chronic fatigue symptoms, increased mental clarity, mucus thinning, and better adaptation to extreme temperatures."


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