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Diabetes Help

Hi All,

Sorry if this has been posted recently.

I wanted to get some advice on the best way to help control my diabetes.

Im nearly 70 and I have high blood pressure and Angina, which is controlled by medication.

I currently using Crataegus Oxyacantha for Angina.

As this is going well, l wanted to know if there is anything that l can use for Diabetes. I'm currently taking various tables and Insulin Injections prescribed from the Doctors as well.

Any help on finding a suitable remedy, would be very much appreciated

thanks for your time,
  charlie123 on 2008-06-29
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Hi All,

Any help please, would be very much appreciated

thank you
charlie123 last decade
Please take Arnica 6C in wet dose. 2 doses daily morning and night.


Daily dose of Arnica Q drops in 1/4th cup of water at night.

Arnica helps regulate your diabetes, BP and even Angina. Moreover it complements Cretagus well.

Please post feedback after a few weeks.
srisri last decade
thank you so kindly for the response.

When you say Amica Q - Do you mean 'Mother Tinctures'?

And how drops should be taken daily

thank you very much
charlie123 last decade
Syzygium Q can help u.

Dr Tahira last decade

Could you let me know how it would help
charlie123 last decade
You can read the remedy picture: https://abchomeopathy.com/r.php/syzy
srisri last decade
A random trial concluded that syzygium didn't help in reducing blood glucose levels.


However the following observation is significant.


An antihyperglycemic effect in patients with diabetes, however, could not be ruled out, since its mechanism of action could depend on specific abnormalities of diabetes in humans.


The symptoms of hyperglycemia

Increased thirst


Difficulty concentrating

Blurred vision

Frequent urination

Fatigue (weak, tired feeling)

Weight loss



If you are suffering from the above symptoms, Syzygium may help in removing those symptoms. However it may not reduce your blood sugar levels.

If you are on allopathic medication and your sugar levels are under control you may not experience any of the above symptoms.

What I feel personally is that this medicine may help to ward off the ill effects of diabetes when used in the early stages, before using allopathic medications.

Once you are on allopathic medicines and the symptoms are masked you may not get any benefit by using the allopathic medicines and Sygyzium concurrently.

To know whether this medicine is helping or not you have to stop the alopathic medication and observe. It may so happen that your blood sugar levels increase but you won't get the symptoms of hyperglycemia. If you are happy being symptom free despite higher blood glucose levels, try it.

gavinimurthy last decade
Boericke's description is confusing.


Jambol Seeds - Enlexing, active principle

Has an immediate effect of increasing the blood sugar, glycosuria results.

A most useful remedy in diabetes mellitus. No other remedy causes in so marked degree the diminution and disappearance of sugar in the urine. Prickly heat in upper part of the body; small red pimples itch violently. Great thirsts, weakness, emaciation. Very large amount of urine, specific gravity high. Old ulcers of skin. Diabetic ulceration. The seeds powdered, ten grains three times a day; also the tincture.

Relationship.--Compare: Insulin-An aqueous solution of an active principle from pancreas which affects sugar metabolism. If administered at suitable intervals in diabetes mellitus, the blood sugar is maintained at a normal level and the urine remains free of sugar. Overdosage is followed by weakness and fatigue and tremulousness and profuse sweating.


Perhaps there are mistakes in the first para.

See that he is talking of reducing the sugar levels of urine. Urine being sugar free is no guarantee that the same is the case with blood sugar.

gavinimurthy last decade
Clarke was more specific.



Syzygium jambolanum. Jumbul. N. O. Myrtace©¡. Trituration of the seeds (fruit-stones). Tincture of the powdered fruit-stones.

Clinical.¦¡Diabetes. Ulcers.

Characteristics.¦¡Syz. j. is a native of India. It has an edible fruit, the powdered stones of which have a popular use in India (B. J. H., xli. 275) as a remedy for diabetes. The dose is five grains of the powdered stones three times a day. Dudgeon used Syz. in the lower hom©«opathic attenuations with marked success, which has been repeated by many others. Hansen mentions as having been cured with Syz. 'old ulcers of skin, probably of a diabetic foundation.' Dudgeon (H. W., xxiv. 540) relates this case: A scientific man, 56, complained of 'prickly heat' all over upper part of body and arms. The skin was covered with small red papules, which itched so intensely he could get no rest. He felt very weak, which was perhaps due to his having abstained from all animal food, and confined himself to bread, farinaceous food, vegetables, and fruit. There was much thirst and great flow of urine, which he was obliged to pass every two hours, night and day; mouth very dry. Urine 1036, very saccharine. He was ordered chiefly animal diet, very little bread, and no sugar. Syz. ¨ª, mixed with three times the quantity of alcohol, was given; of this two drops every three hours. The specific gravity of the urine steadily declined, sugar disappeared, and all the symptoms passed off; and this in spite of the fact that the dietetic rules were relaxed.


As said earlier I feel this medicine can be tried out in the early stages of diabetes, if one stops worrying about blood glucose levels etc.

But how many dare to live a 'normal' life without paying heed to the constant reminders of the dangers of high blood glucose levels?

gavinimurthy last decade

thanks for all your responses.

If l choose to use Arnica, how many drops per day would l need?

And how would l prepare this.
Is it using a 1/4 cup of cold water?
charlie123 last decade
A couple of drops in about 30 ml of room temp water - stirred well is one dose.
srisri last decade

thank you so much for the response
charlie123 last decade
You are welcome Charlie123. Please keep the forum posted.
srisri last decade

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