question regarding fucus vesiculosusi m 25 year old male and i m using nat phos6x to loose weight. i have read about 'fucus vesiculosus' and some websites states that this medicine is also effective in accelerating the metabolism & wieght loose.
plz suggest me can i use this medicine with natphos6x.will it be an effective medicine.
cheeku on 2007-09-14
But it is seen that unless there is diet control and increase in physical activity, it is difficult to reduce weight.
Rajendra last decade
People have seen improvement in weight loss using Fucus and phytolacca berry...that's why they are frequently suggested. Any way if you take up Fucus regimen I will give you a note of caution. In general its not advisable for heart patients to use Fucus for weight loss and if at some point of Fucus' usage one develops heart palpitations, he/she should stop it- give a gap of a week and resume it in conjunction with Crategus Q.
BTW don't mix up nat.phos with Fucus.
♥ maheeru last decade
Don't mixup Nat. phos and phytolacca berry. General guideline is:-First try one for a few weeks(because they're low potencies like Q and 6x etc still if you feel not okay you'll have to stop)if it's given some improvement after a few weeks you can give a gap of a fortnight and resume again the medicine another time(Usually you'll get whatever you can get from the medicine in two or three cycles). BUt if you don't get any improvement switch to another medicine after a fortnight's gap.
If these tips for weightloss fail you'll have to resort to diet change and constitutional treatment.
♥ maheeru last decade
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