Cayce Health Database
Atomidine is a commercial product
which is sold as an antiseptic for cuts, sores, infections, insect
bites, and skin rashes. However, Atomidine is also often taken
internally in minute doses as recommended by Edgar Cayce as a glandular
stimulant and purifier. Atomidine contains 1% iodine trichloride and
other unlisted ingredients.
Edgar Cayce stated that Atomidine "will increase the
flow of secretions or activities in the glands of the system (as related
to the ductless) ..." [411-1] It is used for treating a wide
variety of conditions related to glandular dysfunction.
Since Atomidine contains iodine, when taken internally,
it can over-stimulate the thyroid gland and heart. Edgar Cayce recommended
that Atomidine be taken under the supervision of a physician.
Typically, Atomidine is taken in cycles which vary
greatly depending upon the needs of each individual. A typical cycle
may involve taking Atomidine for five days and then resting for five days.
Here are some basic instructions for taking Atomidine:
Take Atomidine in a cycle of 1 2 3 2 1 drops per day for 5 days,
off 5 days, and 1 2 3 2 1 drops per day for 5 days. Do this once
per month (that is, when the cycle is done, wait 2 weeks and begin
again). [1 2 3 2 1 means 1 drop the first day, 2 drops the second
day, 3 drops the third day, 2 drops the fourth day, and 1 drop the
fifth day - in half a glass of water, before breakfast.]
CAUTION: Atomidine should only be taken under
the supervision of a physician. Some individuals may experience
increased anxiety and/or cardiovascular functioning as a result of taking
Note: The above information is not intended for self-diagnosis
or self-treatment. Please consult a qualified health care professional
for assistance in applying the information contained in the Cayce Health