Need some guidance on Ignatia Amara 30cI just bought this since my sister had seen a homeopathic doctor. she was having bouts of sadness and sometimes anxiety. its worked very well for her.
now for me ive started to have anxiety attacks coming over me for several months. Last few weeks now I have added sadness out of nowhere.. My reg doctor just gave me an anti depressant celexa buyt the side effects are too much for me right now.
I decided to use ignatia amara 30c a few days ago first day I took 3 pellets when I felt the anxiety coming. i didn't feel anything so took some next day same thing. yesterday took 2 pellets in the morning since i feel this way all day. and it helped. i used it again at night but 1 pellet only. Now today i used 2 pellets again and it sort of helped me this was 3 1/2 hours ago and now i feel a sudden rush of anxiety all over me. Should i take another 2 pellets when this happens? i want to see how i should do the dosage so i don't take too many? Any help on this would be wonderful thanks you.
analilia on 2017-02-23
No do not take more. Homeopathy does not work like allopathic medicine and simply suppress your symptoms.
When the remedy matches your state well, meaning mental, emotional,
Physical, never well since..., better by,
Worse by etc your body will recognize the remedy as similar and will not accept a similar state. Your body will then boost your life force to clear the remedy and at same times clears the real issue too.
Often after a remedy there will be a worsening of symptoms. This is a good sign as these things have to come up and release out for good.
Ignatia, often if taken right away after grief, trauma will stop it from getting stuck,but if taken later, these memories, feelings will come up and sometimes very fast. Like having one set of emotions about one incident for 3 hours, then another incident comes up.
You have to wait now, for a week to track the effects. If you are still on celexa that can blunt effects. You should start to wean off that now.
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♥ simone717 last yearI have not taken any celexa at all. I just wanted to see if I can stick with the ignatia to see if it makes things better.
So you suggest to wait at least for today? wondering if I can use it tomorrow the same way with the 2 pellets as long as I don't do more within that day right?
analilia last yearNo,
You cannot use more. You are not understanding .. if you use more you will have MORE Anxiety.
The remedy is acting, you will be overdosing if you have more and symptoms getting worse.
What should happen now is you wait
And then anxiety or grief comes up and then you feel better-
Google "materia medica" of ignatia.
All the symptoms listed are what you can get if you take too much.
♥ simone717 last year
analilia last year
You have to wait a week and see if you still have worsening of symptoms.
And if symptoms get worse, then you feel much better,you would not take another dose until things got worse again. Because if you feel better,
Another dose would bring on symptoms again because it is not needed.
There were parents on here with child who had whooping cough.
They gave 2 doses of a remedy and child was 80 percent better. Then because of directions on the bottle that said take 4x a day they gave a third dose. Whooping cough came back because dose was too much.
They had to wait 24 hours and child was 80 percent better again , and then 100 percent better after another day with no more doses.
The goal of the remedy is cure, it is not something you use off and on.
You can report on here in a week how you are doing.
♥ simone717 last year
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