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LUGOL'S IODINE 5%


The original Lugol's solution by Dr Jean Lugol. Each drop contains approximately 6mg iodine.



IODINE INTAKE PROTOCOLS


Legal dosage : 150mcg per day. One drop in a 32 fl.oz bottle (1 liter). Drink one 0.8 fl.oz (25ml) daily. Or the size of a liquor shot glass.

Alternative protocols : The following informations are shared for informational and scientific purpose only. Please respect the dosage written on the bottle.

Dr. Guy Abraham : 12.5 mg/day of iodine as an estimated daily need for adults.

Dr. David Brownstein : Maintenance 12mg per day (2 drops). Detox 50mg per day (9 drops) for 3 months. Take in the morning in a glass of water, fruit juice or milk. May be slightly irritating if taken on an empty stomach. Start preferably with low doses during the first week (2-3 drops), then gradually increase up to 9 drops daily. In case of any trouble, stop taking Lugol the time they dissipate.

David Brownstein recommends 3 months of supplementation with a daily dose of 50mg. The two useful supplements in this process are selenium in the form of selenomethionine and vitamin C. Selenium helps to capture the toxic elements for their excretion and vitamin C helps to alleviate the possible undesirable symptoms and support the renal function. It is generally advised to do two days break every 5 days. Naturally, a healthy and balanced diet rich in fruits and vegetables is essential for health and any healing process.

Recommendations in case of nuclear emergency : Click here.

How to store and upkeep your Lugol bottle : Lugol's solution can be stored for years without losing its potential. However the shelf life is fixed at 2 years. If you observe fine droplets forming around the black rubber juncture, simply clean it with a tissue. If not the iodine may deteriorate the color of the bottle's cap. Our bottle caps are watertight, but fine vapors of iodine often ooze out on the long term.

Iodine and allergy : Some people may be allergic to certain iodine-containing products, such as contrasting injections used in radiology or some seafood. The idea that people may be allergic to iodine has spread. This is inaccurate. The products likely to induce an "allergy to iodine" all contain iodine, but they are different substances that intervene in the case of allergy.

For betadine, povidone iodine (the iodine carrier) is responsible. For seafood (fish and crustaceans) it is often an allergy to proteins. There is no cross-reaction or risk factors. Moreover, there is no allergy reported in the case of the use of alcoholic or aqueous solution of iodine (Lugol's solution, iodine dyeing, etc.).

About medical iodophobia : Medical Iodophobia is the unwarranted fear of using and recommending iodine supplementation. According to Dr. G.E Abraham the current prevailing medical opinion that more than 2 mg a day of iodine is toxic is wrong and "contradicted by three generations of clinicians". Dr. Abraham traces the source of this major blunder to a scientific experiment on rats that was published in 1948 by Drs. Wolff and Chaikoff. This study erroneously concluded that iodine inhibits the thyroid gland at doses of about 20 times the recommended daily allowance (RDA) for iodine. This conclusion was later generalized to humans and can be found in medical textbooks, including endocrinology and nutrition textbooks.

This particular study leads to what Dr. Abraham called "medical iodophobia". To the attention of doctors, pharmacists, as well as anyone who might want to know more on this topic. Read Dr. G. E Abraham's comprehensive account of the Wolff-Chaikoff effect (1948): here

Statements on this website has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Silver47 Europe products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.






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LUGOL'S IODINE 5%



The original Lugol's solution by Dr Jean Lugol. Each drop contains approximately 6mg iodine.




IODINE INTAKE PROTOCOLS



Legal dosage : 150mcg per day. One drop in a 32 fl.oz bottle (1 liter). Drink one 0.8 fl.oz (25ml) daily. Or the size of a liquor shot glass.


Alternative protocols : The following informations are shared for informational and scientific purpose only. Please respect the dosage written on the bottle.


Dr. Guy Abraham : 12.5 mg/day of iodine as an estimated daily need for adults.

Dr. David Brownstein : Maintenance 12mg per day (2 drops). Detox 50mg per day (9 drops) for 3 months. Take in the morning in a glass of water, fruit juice or milk. May be slightly irritating if taken on an empty stomach. Start preferably with low doses during the first week (2-3 drops), then gradually increase up to 9 drops daily. In case of any trouble, stop taking Lugol the time they dissipate.


David Brownstein recommends 3 months of supplementation with a daily dose of 50mg. The two useful supplements in this process are selenium in the form of selenomethionine and vitamin C. Selenium helps to capture the toxic elements for their excretion and vitamin C helps to alleviate the possible undesirable symptoms and support the renal function. It is generally advised to do two days break every 5 days. Naturally, a healthy and balanced diet rich in fruits and vegetables is essential for health and any healing process.


Recommendations in case of nuclear emergency : CLICK HERE


How to store and upkeep your Lugol bottle. : Lugol's solution can be stored for years without losing its potential. However the shelf life is fixed at 2 years. If you observe fine droplets forming around the black rubber juncture, simply clean it with a tissue. If not the iodine may deteriorate the color of the bottle's cap. Our bottle caps are watertight, but fine vapors of iodine often ooze out on the long term.


Iodine and allergy : Some people may be allergic to certain iodine-containing products, such as contrasting injections used in radiology or some seafood. The idea that people may be allergic to iodine has spread. This is inaccurate. The products likely to induce an "allergy to iodine" all contain iodine, but they are different substances that intervene in the case of allergy.

For betadine, povidone iodine (the iodine carrier) is responsible. For seafood (fish and crustaceans) it is often an allergy to proteins. There is no cross-reaction or risk factors. Moreover, there is no allergy reported in the case of the use of alcoholic or aqueous solution of iodine (Lugol's solution, iodine dyeing, etc.).


About medical iodophobia : Medical Iodophobia is the unwarranted fear of using and recommending iodine supplementation. According to Dr. G.E Abraham the current prevailing medical opinion that more than 2 mg a day of iodine is toxic is wrong and "contradicted by three generations of clinicians". Dr. Abraham traces the source of this major blunder to a scientific experiment on rats that was published in 1948 by Drs. Wolff and Chaikoff. This study erroneously concluded that iodine inhibits the thyroid gland at doses of about 20 times the recommended daily allowance (RDA) for iodine. This conclusion was later generalized to humans and can be found in medical textbooks, including endocrinology and nutrition textbooks.

This particular study leads to what Dr. Abraham called "medical iodophobia". To the attention of doctors, pharmacists, as well as anyone who might want to know more on this topic. Read Dr. G. E Abraham's comprehensive account of the Wolff-Chaikoff effect (1948): here


Statements on this website has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Silver47 Europe products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.




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