I still do have stock of Thiroyd, Thyroid TR and Thyroid S (1000’s and 500’s).
Charging now us$1 per pill.
Registered postage $5, takes 2-3 weeks.
I do have Barclays in the UK, as well bank accounts in Thailand and Poland.
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Hi, I have had the same issues for over two years now. I have had my thyroid meds switched around multiple times. I am now on T3 and T4 separately vs Armour which has them both. I also have the under eye puffiness that came on overnight and has never gone away. I usually get the flashes at night. One thing that I have found is that my neck can cause a ton of eye issues. I used to sit in a recliner and had to stop because there is a pillow that pushes my neck forward and then I get all kind of crazy eye issues. Very very scary stuff. Was so afraid to close my eyes at night as I thought I might go blind. I also have dry eyes and this can contribute to the flashes as well. Thyroid issues can certainly cause a lot of problems. I believe my dry eyes are caused by the hormone fluctuations. Hope you can figure this out!
Anecdotal here. Detoxadine normalized my thyroid levels in about 2 months on blood tests. Went from about a 6.5 TSH, to about a 2. I was asked about levothyroxine after testing higher, but I declined, and then at the retest, they were normal.
I've been experimenting with a few forms of Iodine for the past 2 years in varying dosages. Detoxadine works best for me so far @ 6-9 drops a day right on the tongue followed by water first thing upon awakening, and then another 3 drops if necessary in the afternoon. It does give an energy boost and was so enthralled by it, but was put off by the price so I decided to give Lugols a go. It's not really the same.
Tried Iodoral and got up to 50mg and just felt really bloated and tired and just off. I had massive nausea at the smaller dosages. I stick with liquid versions now.
Lugols can be problematic. It doesn't have quite the same effects for me, even at comparable small dosages, and I'm not sure I understand why. Last week I doubled my dose up to ~30mg (13-15 drops) of Lugols 2% to battle possible coronovirus infection. It worked. Once I'm sure that I'm over it in a few days, I'm going back to smaller dosages of Detoxadine. I felt great, comparatively. With the dosage increase came massive anxiety, some depressive thoughts, some breakouts, headaches, pretty standard detox symptoms. They passed in a few days and I'm not feeling sick anymore which is a relief. The thing that helped the most was the salt loading recommendation in the Iodine protocol. It's a bit gross to get down, but not so horrible and it does help.
There are missing companion nutrients in your regimen. I'd add 2000-3000mg C later on in the day, and B2, B3, Selenium a little bit after the liquid Lugols. These are really important as they help the Iodine get to where it needs to go and flush things out. If you're unaware of the Iodine protocol, read Dr. Brownsteins book.
That being said, I'll never go past 12 drops of Detoxadine (650mcg per drop) a day due to the price point. I'm not sure if the same detox happens at higher dosages with Nascent. Speculate that the energy comes from the fact that it is processed differently in the body, almost immediately, as well as not having the added potassium that's in the liquid forms of Lugols. Not sure though.
Going forward, I think if I feel the need to dose higher dosages, I'll add liquid Lugols transdermally in addition to the oral Detoxadine. Transdermally, I seem to get energy benefits with way less of the side effects with continued re-application. A much higher dose is needed than oral for a few days at least to really feel the effects (20 drops for me applied on various parts).
Used to have massive clumps of hair loss as well both in the shower and just running it through my fingers. That seems to have stopped, although I can't specifically attribute it to the Iodine because I wasn't tracking that particular symptom. Perhaps from the hypothyroidism being corrected. It is back to being vibrant and healthy without the constant shed. I also take Ashwagandha and a few other adaptogenic herbs and nutritional supplements.
Personally, I'm scared of going to 100mg of Lugols. I know many do, but I've also had problems with higher dosages and spending months of my life being sick in detox isn't a very thrilling prospect. I can afford to go slower over a period of years as long as I'm not battling anything more serious than hypothyroidism. Also have heard success stories with NDT, but that's really a last option for me and not looking likely as Iodine seems to be working decently enough. Best of luck.
Published on Jun 23, 2018
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My infection can not be eradicated. I am a very complex case with serous mercury poisoning and the most severe chronic systemic candida you can imagine (I am yet to find or hear about someone with so severe candida). I know infection makes adrenals pump more cortisol to put down inflammation, so this is only one of the factors which keeps up my AF.
But I am not willing to discuss my overall state, just to stick to the AF herbs stuff.
Tu Si Zi / Guo Qi Zi sound interesting and I will look into them. What bothers me is the fact you say they may lower cortisol. And while my cortisol is high in the evening, it is low in the morning. And overall, as a sum through the day it might be also low. So I am looking for sth to balance it. I read Maca is good for that and I tried it, but it gave me huge sexual stimulating effect which I don't like. Same goes for Siberian ginseng - have not tried it, but would love to hear if it balances or directly only lowers cortisol.
I might stop Gingko, never gave me anxiety, but not sure about its benefits. I am taking quite a bunch of other brain stimulating herbs - Kavcha (Mucuna Puriens), Bacopa, Klamath algae, Rhodiola.
I have tried Glycin for some time, not sure how well I tolerate it. Generally, if I stick to my program with all the herbs etc... and if I don't try to chelate the mercury, my anxiety is under control. I have severe light and sound sensitivity when I try to chelate the mercury - to answer your light related question. But if my adrenals crash, I startle from noise also very, very easily.