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Nitric Acid 300C for Chronic Fistula??I am 47 year old female, married from caucasian background. I have three chronic anal fistula (5 years duration)and an anal fissure - all connected to inflamatory bowel disease. Surgery hasn't worked but I recently discovered some literature which suggests that higher doses of Nitric Acid can heal or improve long standing fistulae/fissures. I have tried 30C but there wasnt any noticeable improvement. Any suggestions?
HealMeNow on 2010-04-20
Dear HealMeNow,pl take silicea 200c 4 pills 3 times a day for 3 days then stop,apply hammemalis onit after stool in daytime and night.
Dr Abhishek Mukherjee
om sai clinic
Dr Abhishek 7 years agoPlease visit the link below and read the many pages of records of patients who have been cured of their Fistula, Fissure and Abscess.
♥ Joe De Livera 7 years agoDr Abhishek Mukherjee
Your advice on BIOCHEMIC(not homeopathy)-SILECIA200 is 100% correct.In my case, even though pusbag breaks after taking SIL200. It recurs not immediately but after 2-3 years . Two questions:
- How to prevent recurrence any medicine for that.
-Shud SIL 200X be discontinued after pusbag breaks . Or shud be taken for longer period
homeovsvs 3 years agoDear homeovsvs,
If you wish to connect with Dr. Abhishek, click his
name and see his info and email. He has not been on
this forum for years and I do not think you will get a reply.
If you wish, do a new post, go to the front page of forum
and click the button Post New Topic that is above the first
post and create a thread for yourself and you will
♥ simone717 3 years ago
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