Homeopathy and Health Forum
on homeopathic detoxDear Dr. Kadwa,
I am 80 year old and you have treated me for some of my problems a couple of years ago. I presently moved to a retirement community which takes care of our needs. The food they supply is satwic veg food. I am a vegetarian. For the past six months, I am having bloated stomach with constipation. I have tried Carbo veg, China and lycopodium. I get temporary relief for a day. I have tried both 6 and 30 potencies. Even a small meal causes fullness. Though Lyco fits into the symptoms, there is no relief. After a normal veg breakfast I have no appetite and hence I skip most of my lunch.
I have come across in some homeo sites that when carefully selected remedies don't give relief, try detox and then administer the remedies again. Since I underwent CABG in 2007,I thought that I should get your views before I embark on a detox plan., I take the following allopathic drugs:
minipress xl 5 mg 1-0-1
Concor 2.5, 1-0-0
Aztor 20mg, 0-0-1
Nitrocontin 6.4 1-0-1and
Nikoran 10 1-0-1
Kindly advise if I can venture. If so, would they conflict with my allopathic drugs? What detox remedies I should take and in what potency and frequency.
Thank you Dr.
rajapsc on 2017-10-11
Please take Senna 6x twice a day for 7 days and see how that affects.
One dose means 4 pellets.
♥ kadwa 5 months agoDear Dr. Kadwa,
I have senna 30. Can I use it?
rajapsc 5 months agoYou can take Senna 30 twice a day for a week and see how that affects.
One dose means 2 drops.
♥ kadwa 5 months ago
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