Electrified atomic iodine

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Clinically unproven

Electrified atomic iodine, also known as atomidine, is an iodine-based substance alleged by psychic and pseudoscience promoter Edgar Cayce to have "special" powers. It is allegedly manufactured by running electricity through iodine, a process which Cayce supporters call "modified detoxification processing". Supporters of Cayce claim electrified atomic iodine can influence the immune system of our body and can cure related diseases, a claim which has no scientific basis.

Products containing 1% iodine trichloride solution labeled as "atomidine" are often sold in health food stores to cater to the Edgar Cayce woo set.

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