Edgar Cayce, called by some “the sleeping prophet,” because of his trance-induced pronouncements, lived from 1887 to 1945. This American mystic answered questions on subjects on a spectrum as wide as healing, reincarnation, wars, Atlantis and future events. Oddly enough, he seemed prescient in his praise for and recommendation of detoxified iodine.
Iodine, an essential element of life, is concentrated in the glandular system of the body, and all our cells contain and make use of it, with the thyroid containing the highest amount of any organ. Significant amounts are also stored in other areas of the body, including the salivary glands, cerebrospinal fluid, brain, gastric mucosa, choroid plexus, breasts and ovaries.
Cayce was one of six children of farmers; a very spiritual child, he played with the “little folk” and sometimes said he saw his deceased grandfather, and thus found it very difficult to keep his mind on his lessons at school. When, later in his career, he began to receive medical insights, Cayce intuitively recommended several health elixirs, including Atomdine, a form of detoxified iodine. Atomidine could be taken internally in minute doses as a glandular stimulant and purifier. Cayce stated that Atomidine “will increase the flow of secretions or activities in the glands of the system,” and it was used for trenaturalfindingsating a wide variety of conditions related to glandular dysfunction.
Now, almost 100 years later, the much-advanced Natural Findings Detoxified Iodine has been developed. Taken orally, one drop in three to six ounces of water should be taken on the first day, increasing the dose by one drop each day for five days. Take two days off and them repeat the sequence for three weeks. After that, increase the dose to somewhere between five and 10 drops per day, depending on the need.
Users of Natural Findings Detoxified Iodine, sold in convenient ½-ounce amber dropper bottles (a six-to-eight-week supply), will also appreciate that all processing is done in the USA, subject to the most exacting standards of purity and quality control.
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