Problem with body, energy, emotions, sleepI have always been very skinny. I have never been able to gain weight. I am eating very healthy (ayurvedic diet). I am high vata, high pitta.
5 feet 4 inches tall, 23 yrs old, 89 pounds, body is always warm (pitta), I do yoga and meditation. I get poor sleep (lots of dreams and thoughts, no deep sleep). Mind is always thinking, anxious, tired. Get angry very easily. Irritated most of the time. Not married. High libido (sexual craving). I don't eat garlic, onion, nothing unhealthy (only satwic food). Body is very healthy - I never get sick, fever, cold, flu. Very mild vibration buzzing in ears during silence - but this can also be due to daily meditation. Smell and taste slightly decrease. Fear of meeting new people, very self conscious about making friends and merging with society. Feel very alienated.
I have tried taking 200c phosphorus once a week (3 seeds). Also taking thyroidinum 30c (3 seeds) 3 times a day. So far there is no permanent weight gain. Goes up 2 pounds and comes back down 2 pounds, but stays between 87-90. I have tried vitamins, high protein, high fat diet, meat, vegetarian diet, carbs, exercise/no excerise. Overall no permanent weight increase.
I did quick check software on abchomeopathy website and I got 91% match for lycopodium clavitum. I am not sure if this should be taken. Please advise on medicine and dosage quantity.
Thank you very much!
merchant on 2010-05-22
first you will take cina 200 daily one dose early in the morning empty stomach for a month after that report me...
♡ deoshlok last decade
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