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Lichen sclerosis and thujaHi. I have had LS for a couple of years. I have tried various homeopaths, naturopaths and remedies. What a difficult condition! All sorts of remedies work for a while then stop. Sulphur, nat sulph, sepia, hepar sulph. I am now using thuja 200 as well as herbs, cream, vit a and zinc. I am improving but a fair way from better. I have 2 main questions: 1. how often is it safe to take thuja 200. I get relief from it but after a week i want to take another one as the symptoms of itch become too much to manage with creams. 2. Is there another remedy that complements thuja that i can take in between to relieve the itch and work with the thuja? Would sulphur do that? Or nat sulph? Thank you
BertieBeetle on 2016-10-29
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You could have continued your old thread.
If Thuja is helping only temporarily, you may consider petroleum.
Take three doses in 200 potency, one dose daily and wait for 4 days without any medicine.
Report after a week.
♥ gavinimurthy last yearClick your username. You can see all your previous posts. Click on the latest one. You will be back to your thread.
♥ gavinimurthy last yearThis thread continues beneath the following ad.Will do. Will post here for now. I have just read up on petroleum. There are some good matches with my condition. Are you a homeopath?
BertieBeetle last year
On the other thread you said to wait or a week after taking thuja. it's 9 days now. Perhaps i could take another. It does seem to help and i an reluctant to change around or can thuja and petro go together? Thanks
BertieBeetle last yearNo. Never take two medicines together. That will lead to more complex problems difficult to cure.
Let us assess the response to Thuja properly.
Is there progressive improvement with every dose of Thuja?
How much better you are after starting Thuja? Give percentage.
♥ gavinimurthy last yearThis thread continues beneath the following ad.I have taken 3 doses of thuja. There is an immediate improvement that lasts for a few days, 80%. Then the itch reemerges and i can manage it with various local applications. After a week to 9 days it is harder to get relief from the creams. Thats when i feel like taking another remedy. That's where I am at now. i dont think there has been progressive improvement ust this consistent pattern over the 3 doses.
BertieBeetle last year
P.s. i have a little sore in my left ear that came up yesterday. It is sore to touch and weepy. Not sure if it's related or not except everything is.
BertieBeetle last yearIf there is no progressive improvement, but every time it is helping, we can try plussed doses and see how it holds.
Do you have 200 c liquid?
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♥ gavinimurthy last yearThis thread continues beneath the following ad.Ok.
Procure 500 ml. water bottle. Pour out about 100 ml.
Mix 4 pills in the remaining water, shake vigorously till they dissolve and take 15 ml. as one dose.
Before you take the next dose, shake the bottle vigorously, and also hit it against a bound book 10 times. This process will increase the potency slightly and allows us to repeat the medicine at frequent intervals.
Take 15 ml. on alternate days. Don't keep the bottle in fridge. Keep it in the room at ordinary temperature.
Keep taking as long as the improvement continues. Stop taking it , if you get considerable relief/ increase in symptoms/ getting troublesome additional symptoms.
Report back after a week.
♥ gavinimurthy last year
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