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Stretch marks

anything to take away stretch marks from a pregnancy (thanks to my twins!)? On stomach, thighs and breasts. They are purplish in color.
  maltesemd on 2003-09-24
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I cannot suggest anything homeopathic. But putting vitamin E oil (or similar preparation) or Aloe vera gel on the affected areas can help the skin to repair. The marks will not get smaller but the purple colour will go and fade to a slight silver, not hugely noticeable unless you get very tanned (they don't tan the same as the rest of your skin). This does take TIME, I speak from experience as I have 3 children and was VERY big when pregnant (I had to make my own maternaty clothes as they didn't go big enough!) I looked like i was having twins with all three of them, so my skin has really been through the mill. Have hope and try the items suggested. Caroline
CarolineM last decade

This question has been there for a long time. I am sure a lot of concerned people are waiting for the reply.

Apply externally:

THIOSINAMINUM Q (mother tincture) ...use a 20% solution i.e. diluted to 20 % in water. use on alternate days for a week.

Internally THIOSINAMINUM 30 C one dose each day for a week.

For who ever it works, please send me a box of chocolates !!!


PANKAJ VARMA last decade
I used soft-E-lotion when I was pregnant and only got one very small one in the middle fo my belly. My mom got covered and so did my sister :( I only gained 30lbs while my sister gained 40llb, but my mom says she only gained a little over 30lbs. I think stretch marks are genetic, but I am sure this lotion did help!


Here is where I bought it from. They have some good reading on the site under ingredients.

[url removed by moderator; a bit suspicious that Janice's only post is selling something...]

janicej88 last decade

Did it work for anyone???
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
Does, this work for women or people that have lost weight and have a flabby characteristic to their skin (lost the elastin component to their skin)
Thanks, Loree
loree last decade
It works on all SCAR TISSUES of the skin, without distinguishing between genders.

Pankaj Varma
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
So this can be used for all new and old scars, as well as loose skin (which is not a scar, just not firm skin)

BTW: When is your remedy collections book going to come out...I remember you saying you were forming a book..I think it would go over GREAT...
loree last decade
Loose skin is part of the age-ing process.

For a younger look and to fight age-ing use GINKO BILOBA.

WITH Thyso---- scar tissues will dissolve, no matter new or old.

Pankaj Varma
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
correct name of the medicine is:

PANKAJ VARMA last decade
other one is:

PANKAJ VARMA last decade
Thank you! Gingko B. the herb?
Believe it or not, skin elasticity varys in people...I have seen people in their 80's with very firm skin! Loree
loree last decade
Pankaj, Does this work for Chicken Pox marks also?
vikram_bansal1978 last decade
Hi Pankaj Varma,

I tried Thiosinaminum exactly as recommended by you and have found my stretch marks reduced by about 30%. I have stopped taking the medicine as I was a little worried about possible side-effects.

So, you see, I just might send you that box of chocolates. But can you tell me for how long I can use thiosinaminum safely? Can I continue using it till all of the stratch marks disappear?
Sonu last decade
There are no reported side effects of this medicine.
you can continue to take in 30C potency.

chocolates ! Why might ??

Pankaj Varma
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
Can work for chicken pox marks Vikram.

Just try it and report feed back in due course.
Pankaj Varma
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
Hi Pankaj Verma,
I want to know whether Thiosinamum can be applied safely externally and taken internally during pregnancy?

simranbrar last decade
Dear Pankaj

You are going to be a favourite among young mothers.

I wii look it up in the materia medica I have.

If it is not available, I will bother you for more details.

bandarbabu2000 last decade
Hi once again pankaj,
I live in New Delhi, India. I have looked around a great deal for the Thiosinaminum Q mother tincture, but am told that it is not manufactured. I have managed to obtain the Thiosinaminum 30 dilution and the Thiosinaminum tablets.
What I wanted to know was whether I can powder the tablets and mix it in glycerine and apply it externally on my stretch marks?
Also, how should I take the dilution. What is "one dose"?

Thanks a ton!!!
simranbrar last decade
Hi Simran !

If you take the liquid form of the medicine in 30 potency then one dose is ....two drops of the med in two table-spoons of water.(internally). Start taking after the pregnancy is over.
(One week after).

Externally , you can apply any time and you can make the paste as suggested by you out of the tablets.

best wishes,
Pankaj Varma
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
Dear Murty,
You are welcome to seek more details !!!
Best wishes,
Pankaj Varma
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
Hi Pankaj,
Thanks for this information. Shall let you know the progress.
simranbrar last decade
Dear Pankaj

I could find it in Clarke,Boericke and Phatak.

We will never come to know about these almost specific medicines unless somebody like you brings our attention to them.

As it is,time is not enough to understand even the polychrests.The more you read,you feel you know very little.

Thanks a lot.

bandarbabu2000 last decade
thankfully ive stumbled across this thread..but need to maek sure, mr varma, if the same applies to me...
i suffer from clogged pores and someone advised i use garlic paste to open up my pores..i did this and it really stung but worked..my face felt feally smooth..however it my chin blistered and the skin peeled off and now im left with a great bigpurple/brown scar which doesnt seem to fade and iv been left feeling very stupid and conspicuos, could you please advise me of the best course of action
naryssa last decade
I'm curiouse to know why some areas work more with lower potencies like 30c and other areas work with higher remedies like 200c. The homeopath we have in our area does not prescribe less than 200c and you can't find under 200c in the homeopathic pharmacy around here eighter. So, can a person take 200c for the strecht marks or would we have to specially order the 30c in such a case?
peace last decade
Dear peace

Posology (selection of potency) is a vast subject, with lot of controversies.Big book can be written on the subject.

But, I will try to explian you briefly.

It is a common practice to prescribe lower potencies for purely physical problems,and if seat of the disease is in higher planes,normally higher potencies are prescribed.

There are three planes,physical,emotional and mental.

Not all people agree to this view.

Another thing is, it is clinically found that certain medicines work only in mother tincture and lower potencies,and in higher potencies ,they are not at all effective.

Similarly,it is dangerous to prescribe certain medicines,in lower potencies,for ex.Ars.alb,Lachesis etc.Most poisions come under this category.

So,it is not correct to assume that any medicine will work in any potency.

As I told you,there must be many books on posology,and try to read them.

To start with do a google search "posology homeopathy". You will get lot of information.

bandarbabu2000 last decade

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