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big boils/ carbuncles ??

My mother-in-law suffers from big boils specially in the waist where skirt is tied, which has been recurring every two years (this is the third time in a row).

these are big boils with many heads and they mature slowly and is extremely painful.

She is 60 plus, fair complexioned, very tall and well built and chilly. teeth are weak and most of them had been extracted in youth becoz of pain. Extremely healthy and hardworking for her age and hypertensive..

Could someone suggest a remedy plss or help with the constitutional analysis ?

does not eat meat or egg yolk or milk.

only fear are snakes.

lots of wart-like skin tags on the neck and smaller boils keep coming at other places too.

feel free to ask anything more.
  zombie on 2008-11-13
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Give one dose of Thuja 200 every week for five weeks.
(you can do it every sunday).

On week days give Echinacea Angustifolia Q (mother tincture) 6 drops in 1/8th glass of water ..three times a day.

Pankaj Varma
PANKAJ VARMA last decade
Thank you very much, doc..

will this boil disappear on this remedy or is thuja the constitutional remedy ?

is some acute remedy required to relieve her from the current pain and swelling ?

thank you very much
zombie last decade
Echinacea Angustifolia Q This is a blood cleanser and detox med.

Thuja 200
This is a constitutional med.

Pankaj Varma
PANKAJ VARMA last decade

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