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Using turpentine for Candida - Is it bad for the thyroid?
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Published: 8 years ago

Using turpentine for Candida - Is it bad for the thyroid?


I have tried everything under the sun for treating long standing chronic systemic candida. I'm on a good protocol now that includes using turpentine. (Do your research before you knock it).

Does anyone know if it's bad for the thyroid? These 2 studies (although 27 years old) seem to say it is. I take my medication in the morning and turps at night but I don't know if that makes a difference according to these studies.

What's your opinion? I really want to take turps as it's suppose to be really good and gets rid of the biofilms too. I'm at my wits end and used everything else!

Please advise,


P.S. Soon I will be going back on Lugol's Iodine and using an all T3 protocol for the thyroid (Paul Robinson).

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