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Tics, Severe Hypertension and Gout

This friend in his 50's has been suffering from involuntary
head movements for years. His head jerks from side to side
and it seems to be continuous. I believe this is called tics,
but he does not have any facial grimaces, just head movements.

He is taking Artane, a Parkinson's drug, to control it. He seems
to have aged fast over the last few years, and looks much older
for his age. He looks in bad shape.

He also has severe hypertension, at least 180/100, and has
been hospitalised a couple of times for it.

He also has gout, and needs Allopurinol injections every now
and then.

I was wondering if there is any constitutional remedy for him,
and if there might be any risk of aggravation in his present
  Wai Keong on 2007-10-27
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
pls follow the following prescription..

1. Agrimony (batch flower remedy) 2 drops three times in a day
2. Urtica U Q 30ml 10 drops three times in a day with 1/2 cup of water...

3. Medhorinum 10M 2 drops fortnightly one doses early in the morning empty stomach..

(on this day on other any medicine will be allowed to take.)

continue for a month and
report me your improvement...

dr. deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
Thank you, Dr Sharma.

I will let him know about this and ask him to
follow your prescription.

Is it alright for him to take his normal drug medication
at the same time, or should there be a gap of say two
hours between the homeopathy remedies and the drugs ?
Wai Keong last decade

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