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Iodium Dosage

Dear Homeopathic Doctor/s,

I would be grateful if you could advise me what dosage of Iodium/Iodum to take for hyperthyroid symptoms?

  Riaz1 on 2014-08-31
This is an internet forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Also, please could you advise me on the potency aswell?

Riaz1 4 years ago

How do you know you need that remedy? There are hundreds of remedies that can cure hyperthyroidism.
Evocationer 4 years ago

I had accidently overdosed on Iodine (raw tablet version in mineral form) for a very long time without realizing this was causing me the symptoms of hyperthyroidism (nervousness, feeling empty in stomach, going toilet many times a day, runny nose, sneezing etc.)

I have stopped taking it for a long time but I am still suffering from the after effects of it, which is why I need to know what dosage and potency to take Iodium/Iodum in homeopathic form to cure myself.

Riaz1 4 years ago

That isn't homoeopathy. That is something that is called isopathy, and it often does not work or makes things worse.

In homoeopathy we do not use the substance that caused your problems. We use a medicine that causes similar symptoms to yours based on a whole-person picture (mentals, emotionals, general whole-body symptoms, and specific physical symptoms). A person that overdosed on Iodine might need Belladonna, or Arsenicum, or Tarantula or many other different medicines based on the exact symptoms they are showing.
Evocationer 4 years ago

Dear Riaz,

If you want help, do a new post and
title it something like- need remedy
for overdosing on iodine-

and put the info you have put on here-
Leave the white box open at the end
and someone will help you out with
a remedy to clear these effects.
simone717 4 years ago

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