Ailment: Hair loss
Iodine - full details on why iodine is renowned as the universal cure, why virtually everyone is deficient, symptoms of iodine deficiency, the numerous diseases that iodine deficiency causes, the tests for iodine deficiency, and the best and cheapest sources of iodine.
Comment posted by Cricket of Tyler, MN, USA on 5 November 2012 at 12:11 801
I gave Iodoral to my Mom, who has suffered from severely thinning hair for several years. Her hair is filling in and the rate of hair loss is significantly slowed. She takes 2 pills in the morning and it has taken about 6 mos. I also take it (2 pills) as my hair was brittle, not growing and falling out at a rather alarming rate. All of those symptoms have reversed (in about 6 weeks), and my hair has its curl back and is bright, shiny, and bouncy again. I'm 37, my mom is 58. We both also suffer from hypothyroidism and lead toxicity.
Question posted by GraJiv of Perth, WA, Australia on 4 June 2010 at 18:45 258
Alopecia is often caused by a toxic overload from dyes, agricultural chemicals, or contact with some other poison. Fluorides can cause alopecia, among many other symptoms. However, it may be difficult to prove that there is a link to fluoride poisoning in someone suffering from alopecia. It doesn't really matter though, because the remedy "Fluoride reduction" on this website is likely to be beneficial to everyone.
So if you are suffering from alopecia, try taking an iodine supplement because iodine is an antagonist to fluorine. Does anyone out there have experience with using iodine?