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Thanks, on the part for size for both drugs they have two choices
-10ml oral liquid 6.25
-10ml oral liquid teat 6.95
Which one should we get?
Miss Faith 4 years agoThis thread continues beneath the following ad.Hi,
I have just received the medicine in liquid version for both Arnica and bothrops. I pray it works.
Should she stop her pressure medicine?
Please tell me how she should take both drugs clearly.
Miss Faith 4 years ago
She should not stop any medicine.
Be very, very careful with the Bothrops. Deoshlok said to take 2 drops
in the morning for 7 days. Then stop. Sometimes those dropper
bottles are easy to dribble out more than a drop. Put 2 drops in
1/4 cup of spring water. Try it once and throw it out if you get more
than 2 drops in there. When you know you have 2 drops in the water
, have her drink that.
Joe's Arnica, is 1. get the 500ml spring water bottle. Put three drops
of the Arnica in there. Mark the bottle and put it in the fridge. ( if
someone drinks this it won't hurt them) use the cap as a dose.
After the first dose , shake the bottle 6x before each dose thereafter)
Give a dose of this morning and night. and keep an hour gap from
the Bothrops dose.
The Arnica is Joe's therapy and you can go on his site
http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/188925 and ask
him more about this if you want.
♥ simone717 4 years agoDear Dr. Deoslok Sharma:
I have multiple lattice degeneration (regions of peripheral degeneration) in the retina of both eyes. This has the potential to develop into a retinal detachment. Should taking Bothrops lanceolatus 30C help and cure in my condition?
thanks and regards.
shayonbh 3 years agoHi-
Dr. Deoshlok does mostly information posts on this forum-you probably
will not get a reply.
If you are in India google him and use a contact form - he does online
but if your language is English, you won't get a reply bc there is
a problem with written English.
If that is the case your best option is to call him- +91-94370-54033 and
talk to him personally about this and taking your case. You can ask
for a time to call him and get his cell#.
♥ simone717 3 years agoThis thread continues beneath the following ad.Thanks a lot simone717 for this information. I will surely get in touch with him through a contact form or call him. Thank you for his phone number.
shayonbh 3 years ago
My right eye retina has swollen. It's about 2years. I have blood pressure issue which remains under control as I take medicine for it. First a straight line used to appear as a crooked but now a big black spot appears in centre. I have seen your advice of bothrob lancioltus 30c once daily. Please advice me which medicine shall I take how many times a day and for how long? Thank you.
Athar Shahid last yearHi.
If you want to get treatment by dr deoshlok look at posts above you.
Call the phone number.
Otherwise, look thru forum prescribers and put a name in your headline and request treatment from that person.
♥ simone717 last yearSir, my Father aged 63yrs a gynaecologist with long history of hypertension and DM 5 years back. Had retinal haemorrhage on right eye followed by partial loss of vision. He was given intra retinal injections thrice to dissolve the clot and reduce the swollen retina. Still no improvement.should I start bothrops 30c
Papli35 last yearThis thread continues beneath the following ad.Dear Dr. Deoshlok Sharma
My wife Mrs. Saira Bhatty is suffering from Vitreous Hemorrhage in her right eye since December, 2006. It started without any apparent reason. Incidentally, she already suffered from sun-burn in her left ever since the age of 17 years. She is now aged 76.
From March 2008 to July 10 2009 five Avastin (intravitreal) Injections were given to her at different intervals. On 18th July 2009 Visudyne therapy (PDT) with 15 mg injection was carried out. Resultantly there was no change. The treatment, however, did not improve her eyesight. Her vision was partially there, when, sometime back, there appeared a floater which obscured full Vision. What she can see is faded figures through an opaque screen. Her eyes are full of water and clouds round-the-clock.
Apart from the sun-burn in her left eye, as already mentioned above, she is also suffering of the following:
Hypothyroidism was established back in 2005. She has been taking Thyroxine ever since. The dose, when adjusted to 5 tablets a day (about five years ago) it worked wonder it shed most of her extra weight and fat. But on a physician' advice it was shifted to 2 tablets per day about some two years back, which straight away resulted increase of her weight, hair fall and hardened skin apart from the black floater which appeared in her right eye and which obscured her vision. She is presently not consuming any medicine for Hypothyroidism. She is experiencing dead hair, darkened and hardened skin, gradually putting on weight, with overwhelming lethargy and dizziness.
Since 2008, she is suffering from O/A knees. With prolonged treatment she could not save her both knees from becoming stiff.
She is suffering from hypertension for the last six years and regularly taking 1 tablet of Norvasc daily.
For nearly last three years she is suffering from urinary incontinence. In-spite of regular treatment she has not experienced any relief so far.
In the light of the afore-mentioned, kindly prescribe appropriate remedial homoe-medical treatment for my wife.
W. K. Bhatty
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wkbhatty 7 months ago
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