Yes, you can take turmeric and black pepper for hypothyroidism. A good way of combining these is Golden Paste. Start with 1/4 tsp a day and increase gradually to 1-2 tsp 2-3 times a day or how it suits you. It is advisable to take this paste with or after meals to avoid chances of reflux.
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The answer is they can’t “know” but they can be very cautious in whom they take a chance on, and this girl would be a huge risk. She has no real ties to bring her back, plus she’s in a position to become part of a big cause of overstaying visas … romance. She’s single. You’re becoming single. Fiancee’ or spousal visas take as much as a year to get but a tourist visa only takes a week or two, and they cost a lot less too. Do the math. The odds are against her on this. This girl knows what she’s talking about, my advice would be to listen to her, save your money, save your leave and get that divorce pushed through. You’ll make it, time will pass. (and don’t forget to check with your CO when you plan your leave, active duty US military have restriction on where they can go on leave in the Philippines.). Godspeed.