For the record, Stephanie from the Y! group has mentioned that Dr. Brownstein prescribes Lugol's via nebulizer to some of his patients. One should of course be wary of any info gleaned from the Internet. But I can say for myself that nebulizing Lugol's seems okay, unlike what Dr. Sircus implies, as I have done it dozens of times over the past two months without ill effects. KCl is simply not the same as KI.
I've been experimenting with the nebulization of Iodine (Lugol's) and hydrogen peroxide to address COPD. Both of them seem to do a good job of clearing out any infection or blockage in the lungs. I also tried Colloidal Silver (10 ppm) a few times, and imagine it is similarly effective. On the other hand, I have yet to observe any improvement in lung function.
Dosage info is hard to find off the web. No one on Earth Clinic has shared their neb procedure despite many requests there, probably due to its experimental nature. This is my current method, attached with the usual warnings (IANAD, may not benefit you, administer at your own risk, etc.):
In 5 mL of sterile saline (0.9%) solution, add one of the following: 1-5 drops of Lugol's (2%) solution, or 5-10 drops of H2O2 (Hydrogen-Peroxid) (3%, not stabilized)
Some people use distilled water as the base. This would induce bronchospasm in me after the first few minutes of nebulization, with only 3 drops of H2O2. I have no such problem with saline and was able to jump to 10 drops. This led me to believe that saline is the correct base to inhale from.
Nebulize as much of your solution as possible, until you're capable of nebulizing everything inside the neb kit.