by Steve on Wed Sep 08, 2010 1:31 pm
Health Benefits of Iodine
“Iodine is an essential trace element that is essential for the normal growth and development. Around 60% of the iodine in the body is stored in the thyroid gland. The health benefits of iodine play a very important role in the normal functioning of the thyroid glands, which secretes thyroid hormones that control the basic metabolic rate of the body.
Iodine controls the functioning of thyroid glands in human body, which in turn has a significant influence on the metabolic processes in the body. The health benefits of iodine help in the optimum utilization of calories thereby preventing its storage as excess fats. Other benefits of iodine are removal of toxins from the body and assistance for the system in utilizing calcium and silicon.
Deficiency symptoms: Deficiency of iodine can have serious effects. The symptoms of iodine deficiency include frustration, depression, mental retardation, poor perception levels, goiter, abnormal weight gain, decreased fertility, coarse skin, chances of still birth in expectant mothers, constipation and fatigue. In severe cases mental retardation associated with diseases such as cretinism, characterized by serious physical malformations, could be the result. According to WHO reports, iodine deficiency is one of the leading causes of mental retardation all over.
Important Sources: Iodine is present in large quantities in both marine plant and animals, including shellfish, white deep-water fish, and brown seaweed kelp, which can absorb iodine from sea water. Make sure to include abundant quantities of canned sardines, canned tuna, lobster, oyster, clams, cod, haddock, halibut, herring perch, salmon, sea bass, and shrimp. Dulse, kelp, and seaweed also contain dietary iodine. Garlic, lima beans, Swiss chard, summer squash, sesame seeds, soybeans, turnip greens and spinach are rich in iodine. Iodized salt is another important source of iodine. Bakers add iodine to bread dough as a stabilizing agent.
Benefits: Iodine is required to ensure proper development and metabolism in human beings. Some of its benefits include:
Metabolic rates: Iodine influences the functioning of thyroid glands by assisting in production of hormones, which are directly responsible for controlling the basic metabolic rate. The hormones, like thyroxin and triodothyronine, influence heart rate, blood pressure, body weight and temperature. The body maintains the BMR (Basic Metabolic Rate) with the help of these hormones, which also helps in protein synthesis.
Energy level: It also plays an important role in maintaining optimum energy levels of the body by ensuring optimum utilization of calories, without allowing them to be deposited as excess fats.
Healthy nails, hair and teeth: The health benefits of iodine include formation of healthy and shiny skin, teeth and hair. Iodine is an important element for haircare as lack of this mineral can result in hair loss. Moreover, it also aids hair growth.
Reproductive system: Iodine helps in the normal growth and maturity of reproductive organs. Sufficient quantity of iodine in pregnant women is essential to prevent still births or neurocognitive conditions like cretinism in the babies. It also ensures proper movement and growth, along with speech and hearing in babies.
Fibrocystic disease: Iodine can significantly reduce conditions like fibrosis, turgidity and breast tenderness. Iodine acts as a relief for fibrocystic diseases and is widely used even in therapies.
Iodine programmed cell death: Iodine ensures the apoptosis or the programmed cell death which is essential in the formation of new organs as well as in the removal of malignant cells like cancer cells or diseased cells, which might prove harmful to the individual.
Anti-cancer properties: Probably, the most important health benefits of iodine apart from thyroidal influence are its anti-cancer properties. Studies have shown that cancer cells when administered with iodine shrink.
Iodine removes toxic chemicals: Iodine can flush out chemical toxins like fluoride, lead, mercury etc., apart from biological toxins and can strengthen immune system. It also prevents the proliferation of harmful bacteria in the stomach. ”
by SandAndSun on Wed Sep 08, 2010 2:39 pm
maybe it is better to separate specific ingredients and cast them into a smaller pieces, with a few miles radius, depending how far one is traveling, so the idea was to tune in when you need your things (i think it is safe for others, as you would know what and where to request them from), in a way… i am not sure how to test it either… probably dowsing, will have to really learn that I think that will be interesting thing to try
by SandAndSun on Wed Sep 08, 2010 3:09 pm
by josh on Wed Sep 08, 2010 3:33 pm
What form of iodine did you use?
Thank you Steve very good infozzz
by SandAndSun on Wed Sep 08, 2010 3:54 pm
I’ll try to dowse for the frequency traveling range, as somehow i felt it had the smaller radius, then most of the ingredients…
It will be interesting to search what is the frequency of iodine ( i think it might be not that high ) so my feeling was the higher the frequency of the substance the further it is transmitted by the crystal/plasterite/organite. I might be wrong, as i am really a novice here, this is just my logical conclusions…
by Steve on Wed Sep 08, 2010 4:54 pm
by sacred on Wed Sep 08, 2010 8:37 pm
the idea of adding iodine is brilliant … and prompted a brilliant idea that I’ll use (when I get to plasterite making ) … adding liquid oxygen …
I buy a product called OxyRich … use it for my own flower remedy base … and for those who could do with some extra oxygen .. http://www.oxyrich.net
by Lightning on Thu Sep 09, 2010 3:06 pm
Whatever you do of course will be perfect for you, but here’s my $.02 on the Iodine:
1. I think it would be better to use Organic Iodine derived from Kelp or other seaweed, if possible, or even use the seaweed itself in your Plasterite (I’ll bet you’ll *really* want that Champa in there if you do )
2. Another source for natural Organic Iodine is Black Walnut Hulls
I use Lugol’s 5% too, but it can be very styptic beyond a certain point, at least it is to me; To broadcast an Iodine vibration, my personal opinion is to use an Organic sourced form of Iodine which I think would be safer across-the-board.
Thank you for making and posting your very beautiful geode . Do you feel the difference when running your hand across the geode opening? I’ll bet you do . Very cool .
OH! BTW if you *can* feel the diff at the opening, then congratulations on having invented the first directional Plasterite , you should be able to focus it directionally, just like a Ham radio antenna, by orienting its position
by SandAndSun on Thu Sep 09, 2010 9:46 pm
sacred, Lightning thank you! I will not re-plaster the cone then and keep it as is
I tried to feel the energy through the crystal opening and didn’t feel a difference between the top and the side…
this probably comes with practice…
I really like the idea of the black walnut hulls as a iodine source, thank you will look up more on that. I am hesitant to supplement with seaweed in large quantities, as i am concerned about the pollutions/heavy metals, but the black walnut should be good then…
by josh on Sat Sep 11, 2010 10:20 am