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Fear of loosing a relative

Hello! Sorry if I have a lot of mistakes in writing,but I'm a foreigner and that's why! The problem is that I have fear of loosing my relatives,always imagine the worst and I'm actually not able to feel happy for all that I have.Example: I'm watching my baby,playing with him and in the next moment I start to think for the worst that could happen to him.Please tell me a remedie that could help me. Is Sepia 15 CH is ok? And if yes,for how long it could be taken?
  ewka3 on 2009-06-03
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wallnut and mimmulus bach flower medicine both twice daily each after one houer of first and then repeat after 6 hour pl use for one month report
akshaymohl last decade
Yes Sepia would help you but please take Sepia-1M one dose after every 15 days total three doses and note the changes.

Mahfoozurrehman last decade
Sepia is indifferent to those loved best. The patient is not indifferent but too much worried about relatives. In my opinion bach flower remedies red chestnut (over anxiety for others) and chicory (if the patient is possesive) thrice a day for few days should help.
kadwa last decade
dear kadwa,

look at the second rubric which leads us to sepia

Indifferent to those loved best. Averse to occupation, to family. Irritable; easily offended. Dreads to be alone. Very sad. Weeps when telling symptoms. Miserly. Anxious toward evening; indolent
Mahfoozurrehman last decade

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