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Coma & rescue remedy

My father 64 has sugar & kidney failure on dialysis.
last month he went to coma & drs said death is certain that next his heart or lungs stop working.
Dr. adviced to discharge & gave only 3 hrs.
He was keep on turning left & right in the bed, changing his sleeping positions every second.
Dr. said its a reflux due to brainstem infract.

I brought him home on 30/3/2009 around 7 pm.
he was alive even the next day(31/3/2009) & around 1 pm i consulted a his old homepathic dr. that his blood vessels are blocked & causing coma & death is certain.
Homeopathy dr adviced to give arnica30 & rhustox 30 every 1 hour.
I gave it after dissolving it in teaspoon water(We have morethan 1000 bottles of homeo medicines).
Around 8 pm i called him again & said he's more restless now, he asked to stop arnica & rhustox & adviced to give rescue remedy.
next morning he got conscious & began speaking with no memory loss.
I contacted the allopathy dr around 1 pm & he casually said to bring him back to hospital(He may thought its a lie since its april 1st).
He admitted to ICU & my mother sneaked every 2 hour to give Arnica 30, Rhustox 30, rescue remedy & kali phos 6x.

he discharged on 6/4/2009.
He is alive now, but i do have fear that anything can happen.

So if u come across anyone on coma, try arnica & rhustox as these 2 makes blood flow possible & rescue remedy.
  dishwara on 2009-05-17
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