by Yohanan Burket
All mainstream medical websites correctly claim that there is no cure for herpes. This is true in a qualified sense because mainstream medicine is limited in what they are allowed to offer to the public. Millions of dollars, years of research, zillions of double-blind studies, and FDA approval impede the process of making a workable remedy available to the public. Add to that the very high failure rate of vaccines, their favorite weapon.
Dr. David Brownstein found that 95% of people he tested for iodine are deficient in this nutrient. It is this very nutrient that is very unfriendly to viruses of any kind. Did you know that iodine was once the universal medicine a century ago?
Iodine Discovered to Kill Herpes
Iodine is one of the most powerful virus killers on the planet, if not the most powerful. Think of surgeons spreading iodine over the skin just before surgery. Not only does iodine kill viruses, it is also unbeatable for bacteria and fungus as well. Since the medical establishment has not been of any help, people have reached out to each other on various forums, such as http://www.curezone.com, to find out how to eliminate this awful disease. So far, none of the garden variety remedies work (such as apple cider vinegar, honey, or coconut oil). Here is a link to a testimonial from someone who discovered the value of iodine: http://www.curezone.org/forums/am.asp?i=1994792
Ways to Take Iodine
Iodine can be taken either transdermally or orally, but oral ingestion is preferred for maximum results. People who cannot take iodine internally can use the transdermal approach, however. Only people that have Hashimoto’s disease need to worry about taking iodine internally. Other people need to increase their iodine dosage gradually, when taking iodine orally (in a glass of water). This is because people who are iodine deficient will experience itching if they take too much initially. For this reason, I have prepared a table to guide people on how to increase iodine dosage over time.
Protocol for Taking Iodine Internally
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Strong Lugol’s iodine is known as “External Tumor Remover” on the above website.
Note: Strong Lugol’s iodine contains 8.8 mg/drop. Lugol’s iodine is a water-based iodine solution, unlike the drugstore variety that uses toxic isopropyl alcohol. Drugstore iodine should never be taken internally.
Directions for Use
On day one, take 1 drop (8.7 mg) of Strong Lugol’s iodine orally. If there is no itching anywhere on the body, then continue taking one drop/day for one week.
Note: If itching occurs, it indicates the presence of fungus. Iodine attacks fungus, and the fungus responds by emitting enzymes that cause itching. The enzymes emitted destroy your tissue in order to feed the parasitic fungus.
Take 2 drops (17.4 mg) of Lugol’s iodine daily for the second week.
Take 3 drops (26.1 mg) of Lugol’s iodine daily for the third week.
Take 4 drops (34.8 mg) of Lugol’s iodine daily for the fourth week.
Take 5 drops (43.5 mg) of Lugol’s iodine daily for the fifth week.
Take 6 drops (52.2 mg) of Lugol’s iodine daily from the sixth week to the 12th week.
Take 2 drops (17.4 mg) of Lugol’s iodine daily thereafter, indefinitely (maintenance dose).
Note: If any local pain should occur after itching, it means that you have destroyed the fungus and the dead fungus is giving up its mycotoxins, which attack the nervous system temporarily, causing pain.
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