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Fear of AntsHi all. I want to try homeopathy again... this site was very helpful in the past.
I'm sure I had all the same issues as before but now my anxiety is through the roof. I went through a traumatic experience at my last house with a major ant infestation. Well, I moved, and guess what? They are here too! And I'm not a messy person. I know it's quite common in my state. Any way, I can hardly stand to be home. At every black dot, my heart feels like it stops until I analyze and determine if it is or isn't an ant. I'm shaking nearly all day long. I'm sure it's more like an OCD thing because if I see them outside- no problem. Is there anything that can help intense panic and fear without going back to benzos? I know typically you would look at my entire case, but I also know homeopathy is used for acute issues too- in this case, panic. Either option, I'm okay with.
I'm only comfortable when I leave my house. I hate being here, cooking here.... it's affecting me greatly and affecting my parenting too.
Thank you all so much.
mishelle76 on 2018-04-15
Please take Stramonium 1M, 1 -2 doses during an acute.
♥ Tui 5 days agoI have 200c that I used on my son, but I can order the 1M if you feel that's a better fit. Also, would you consider one dose, one pellet?
mishelle76 4 days agoIf you are very sensitive to a homeopathic remedy, you can put 1 pellet in half a glass of water, and take just 1 teaspoon (as 1 dose) from there.
You can use 200c if you don't have 1M.
Also, if Stram does not give any relief, Aconite 200 or 1M one dose or Hydrocyanic acid 200c or 1M may help for the acute panic state.
♥ Tui 3 days ago
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