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Before & after knee surgery

What would you recommend for a friend of mine who is having knee surgery in a month? What could she take before and after the surgery?
  salem on 2004-10-23
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If he is worried about surgery,give him aconite a day before surgery,and on the day of surgery,you can give arnica.(3 doses,3hours apart)

Give him staphysagria,after completion of the surgery,and afterwards,continue with Arnica for a day or two.

30 potency is safe.

Aconite removes the anxiety.

Staphysagria helps in fast healing of the sutures,and surgical wounds.

Arnica removes the soreness.

The reason to give arnica before surgery is with the hope that it acts as a prophylactic.


P.S. Salem

Pl.read the topic aggravations.It is relavent to you also.
bandarbabu2000 last decade
Thanks Murthy!
About the topic aggravations: are you talking about Staph, Aconite or Arnica?
salem last decade
Your Nat.Mur case.
bandarbabu2000 last decade
In surgery anxiety can be relieved by Bach flower remedy, Rescue Remedy. A few drops every hour or as needed. Aconite';s major symptom is sudden onset.

ARNICA 30X to 200X (either or)
can be acompanied by HYPERICUM as it is good for nerve endings and Tetanus.

After surgery Staphysagria is good and CARBO VEG first to relieve stomach after surgery.

The ARNICA should follow once or twice a day for at least a week. Take at different times a day. Sabra
sabra last decade
Thanks Sabra,

I will relay the message to my friend!
salem last decade

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