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litework13 on 2011-11-17
It is better to opt Bach Flower Medicines for this
Holly-Q (mother Tincture) 5 drops 2 times a day in spoonful water and give a feedback after 15 days
shouse_nsk 6 years agoThere are 230 remedies known to treat Jealousy as a problem. The real question would be 'Which kind of jealousy do you have?'.
♥ brisbanehomoeopath 6 years agoHi there,
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6. Height ….
9. List of your complaints
10. Since how long are you suffering from each complaint
11. Diabetic or non-Diabetic
12. Desire sweets/sour/salt
14. Tongue and Taste
15. Current BP (without medicine and with medicine)
16. What exactly is happening?
17. How do you feel?
18. How does this affect you?
19. How does it feel like?
20. What comes to your mind?
21. One situation that had a
big effect on you?
22. How did that feel like?
23. What sensation do you experience in that situation?
24. What are you showing by that gesture of your hand (Habits or Actions)?
25. Current and previous remedies/medicines you are taking or took in the past?
26. Family Background
27. Educational Qualifications of the patient
28. Nature of work, what do you do for living?
29. Desires, likes and dislikes for food
30. Name of foods which increase your problem
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♥ nawazkhan 6 years agoLycopodium 30c in the Wet dose taken twice daily may help this patient better.
It occurs to me that I have prescribed it many times for one of the members who has visited this thread.
Please follow the instructions below to make the Wet dose of any Homeopathic remedy
Order the remedy in the Liquid pack in Alcohol, also referred to as Liquid Dilution in a bottle preferably with a dropper arrangement.
Get a 500ml bottle of Spring Water from the nearest supermarket.
Pour out about 3cm of water from the bottle to leave some airspace.
Insert 3 drops of the remedy into the bottle and shake the bottle hard at least 6 times before you sip a capfull of the bottle or a large teaspoonful which is the dose.
Shaking the bottle hard is homeopathic succussion and this enhances the effect of the remedy on the user.
♥ Joe De Livera 6 years ago
There are so many remedies for Jealousy, that on its own it is not helpful. Like any symptom, feeling or characteristic, you have to explore it fully to understand its place in the totality of the case. In fact Jealousy is a normal human feeling, not a disease, but the way in which it causes suffering or hampers the person's life is more important for determining treatment.
Jealousy can be understood by looking firstly at the kingdom the remedy belongs to.
Animal jealousy is about competition, one-up-manship, a struggle between a stronger and a weaker. It is often the most aggressive kind of jealousy - issues of territory and domination are often prominent.
Plant jealousy is more about the feelings provoked in the situation. Plant remedies experience jealousy in a specific way - like a stab to the heart, like a loss of position or respect, like being excluded from their relationship, like being burned by a fire that is too hot. Plant remedies experience it as a sensation, a pain.
Mineral jealousy is often experienced as a lack within the person feeling it. They may feel that there is something wrong with them, that they are lacking some quality or feature that would solve the situation, that this problem can be solved by adding something into the situation to fix it.
Snake jealousy (Lachesis, Elaps, Crot-c, Crot-h) comes from a basic feeling that they are at a disadvantage, that someone else is in a better position than they are, and so they must use any means possible to win. Snakes will mock, use sarcasm, slander, gossip. They will wait till your back is turned and then they will strike, when you are at your most vulnerable.
Insect jealousy (Apis, Tarentula, Cantharis) is much more primitive. It is highly territorial - you come into my area I will attack you! There is a highly direct sexual nature to the Insect group, and their jealousy is often related to this. There is more violence in this group too, they will strike out directly, or engage in more verbal abuse. They are often shameless and aggressive.
Mammal jealousy (Lac-c, Lac-leo, Lac-d) is usually much less violent. There are strong issues of hierarchy, position, mating for life, being at the top or the bottom. Mammals rarely kill each other, so the competitions they engage in usually end in one party submitting and this is enough. Being the winner is the goal, not the survivor, since mammals mostly rely on the group to survive.
The Lily plant group (Lil-t, Sars, Colch) experiences jealousy as being excluded from a relationship. They feel squeezed out, pushed away. There is a strong need to be attractive in the lilies, as a way of being included, and so any situation where attention is taken away from them brings this sensation up for them.
The Loginaceae plant group (Ignatia, Nux-vom, Gels) experiences jealousy situations as a potential loss. This plant group features prominently for grief. They are so sensitive to losing someone or something that means so much to them, that they can react quite emotionally to even the possibility. The feeling that comes up is 'I have invested so much in this relationship, I would be devastated by its loss'.
Lycopodium has its own kind of jealousy as well. The plant family is not well represented yet in our materia medica although this remedy is one of our most well known ones, but the basic feeling of this group is to be lifted out of one familiar place and dropped down into an unfamiliar one. This creates a profound anxiety about being able to grow and thrive in the new environment. Lycopodium is sensitive to any new situation, where there is doubt about one's ability to cope or succeed. Lycopodium feels jealousy more often in the beginning when a relationship is new, which reflects their lack of confidence in an unfamiliar situation. As the relationship becomes more familiar they will become more comfortable and this will be less. Lycopodium also needs to dominate in these situations so they may use jealousy as a way of keeping the other person in check, without necessarily believing the other person will actually cheat on them (so its not real jealousy, but a love of power over another).
The Sulphur group of remedies (sulphur salts and Sulphur itself) are well known for jealousy. There is a strong need for respect, for deep connection and communication. These remedies experience jealousy as a lack of respect, as a loss of feeling importance to the other person, as a feeling of neglect. Sulphur needs their ego stroked, and when that doesn't happen they experience jealousy and hurt pride.
The Phosphorous groups of remedies experience jealousy as a loss of communication, as a loss of affection and friendship. Phosphorous remedies need constant reassurance and are much worse when on their own. They need company, and any threat to this makes them anxious and nervous 'How will I cope on my own, how will I deal with being lonely?'. Phosphorous needs lots of contact, and they experience jealousy as that contact being taken away from them.
The Arsenicum group of remedies experience jealousy as a loss of security. They need to know that the other person is going to be there through thick and thin. Arsenic remedies love marriage, contracts, agreements. You make the commitment, they expect you to uphold it. They want to know you will grow old together, because growing old alone is so risky - 'Who will look after me when I am unable to look after myself?'. Protection and security are the main issues for Arsenic remedies, and jealousy is experienced as a profound insecurity in being left alone to fend for themselves.
This is just a smattering of examples. There are many many more. The important thing to remember in homoeopathy, is that we individualise each case to an extremely high degree, and each issue and problem must be seen in the larger picture of the person's life. This way, a single remedy can be found to unravel the tangle that has occurred, to create order that is both far reaching and profound.
Professional Classical Homoeopath
[message edited by brisbanehomoeopath on Tue, 22 Nov 2011 23:25:04 GMT]
♥ brisbanehomoeopath 6 years ago
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