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Lycopodium, Feverfew and Tinnitus

Hi - I have (had) intermittent tinnitus in both ears and occasional auric migraine (which when it occurs will occur sporatically for several days) with no headache for years now.

Recently, I started taking Lycopodium 30C (4 pills 3 times daily) and Feverfew tincture (20-25 drops in a little water 3 times a day.) The combination of these two has a been a miracle... the tinnitus is barely audible and the auric migraines have been pretty much gone as long as I continue taking them. I know that I can take the Feverfew tincture indefinitely, but I also read that one should not take homeopathic remedies for extended periods. I did try Lycopodium 200C a short time ago, but it did not work nearly as well as the 30C. If I stop only the Lycopodium, I don't have migraine problems, but the tinnitus returns. My question is, can I continue to take the Lycopodium indefinitely? Also is there a homeopathic preparation of Feverfew that I maybe should use instead of the tincture? Or, maybe there is something homeopathinc that I can take less often that has the same results? Thank you.
 
  digitalwizard1 on 2009-06-21
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