Iodine taken orally is a great antibiotic/antivirus

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Iodine taken orally is a great antibiotic/antivirus

Post Number:#1  Post by rasarver » Sun Oct 22, 2017 5:23 pm

I take Iodoral (50mg total Iodine, 30mg as KI and 20mg as Iodine) orally whenever I have a "bug" that Vitamin C won't completely kill. Iodine kills both viruses and bacterias. It may also kills fungus. I use it to resolve dental infections (abscessed teeth), for example. My dentist said "You're a better man than I am" because he thought that I had suffered through abscessed teeth without treatment. I used Iodine and didn't tell him. Antibiotics don't work well whenever I have an abscessed tooth but Iodine sure does. I take one Iodoral a day with tooth problems but have taken two a day when more was needed.

I have also used Iodoral to kill infections in the mucus in my lungs. Vitamin C kills most of the infection but to kill all of it I need Iodine. Maybe some of the infection is caused by a bacteria?

Iodine works better than any antibiotic I have ever used. I use this source http://www.drbrownstein.com/Iodoral-p/iodoral.htm This doc is a thyroid specialist and uses Iodine extensively in his practice. I do not have a thyroid problem.

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Re: Iodine taken orally is a great antibiotic/antivirus

Post Number:#2  Post by tangy » Sat Oct 28, 2017 6:06 pm

Thank you for bringing this up. I have chronic reoccurring throat infection and even talking for a few minutes give me a sore throat. I plan to use Iodoral Iodine 50mg and will report back my observation.

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Re: Iodine taken orally is a great antibiotic/antivirus

Post Number:#3  Post by Foxeay » Mon Nov 13, 2017 9:10 pm

Some antibiotics can fight many types of germs in the body, while others may be specific. If your doctor can identify what bacteria cause the infections by the blood or urine tests, then he or she may prescribe an antibacterial that can target those germs.
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