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Are mother tinctures homeopathy or herbal medicine?

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Re: Are mother tinctures homeopathy or herbal medicine?From cosmicweaver on 2017-03-18
Sometime when I gather money I'll check vits D and B and thyroid thats something I never checked, these other things are good.
[message edited by cosmicweaver on Wed, 29 Mar 2017 19:47:37 UTC]
 
Re: Are mother tinctures homeopathy or herbal medicine?From cosmicweaver on 2017-03-29
It's all the same. I feel slightly better but that's only because winter is over, it's normal for me. I hate the colder half of the year, it has adverse effect on me both mental and physical. Sleep is still horrible. Depression comes and goes like usual. As soon as something bad happens or I have intense fear, it comes back.

I've been driving myself crazy with study again and came to conclusion that I have not reacted to any remedy and I've taken 5 so far. It seems more like the issue of not reacting than anything else. Last med Murthy gave me really made sense (even it's worse in winter, now when I mentioned it) but no reaction.

I could try a higher potency or dose, to rule out the possibility that it wasn't high enough.

Another option is to get another medicine, and I've been reading lately until I get frustrated, but logically, since I've shown NO reaction whatsoever to 5 meds, it's highly unlikely I will react to any other med.

I've been looking into nosodes. I was thinking to try Psorinum. This is why:

-I don't react.
-Been exposed to scabies pre-teen.
-The eczema I used to have looked so alike scabies, that I had to notice.
-For the last 7-8 years, I've been very itchy, had an itchy scalp since I've been a teen and it gradually became the whole body.
-For the last several years, every day when I come home, when I start undressing - itch starts immediately especially in skin folds. When I lie down in bed, I usually turn the heater on to blow hot air so I warm up. When I warm up, I will really start itching and scratch the heck out of myself.

This is a daily thing, winter or summer, doesn't matter. In summer I am even more aggravated by clothes and sweating, but it's literally I come home from work, and have a scratching session, I've just came home from work and I'm scratching right now as I write this. I've never mentioned it because you get so used to these things, it's so constant that you don't notice.
 
Re: Are mother tinctures homeopathy or herbal medicine?From gavinimurthy on 2017-03-30
Let me study afresh. Give me a couple of days.
 
Re: Are mother tinctures homeopathy or herbal medicine?From gavinimurthy on 2017-04-02
Psorinum seems to be a probability. Procure 1M and take 4 pills as one dose, wait for a week and report.
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