question for remedy for atrial fibrillationHi I would like to use a remedy for my atrial fibrillation but not quite sure whether I need Arnica or Arsenicum. I am 70yo vegetarian/slim/exercise/good cholesterol and blood work. Due to overdose of thyroid meds for low thyroid causing my thyroid to go hyper, I went into AF and went to hospital. They put me on beta blockers and aspirin and I was ok although weaned off meds 2 weeks later. I added fish oil/hawthorn/magnesium/garlic etc to my diet. That was 3 months ago and to my dismay I had another bout this week although I stayed home, took some liquid magnesium and also a beta blocker and aspirin and I was ok. Now truthfully I am shattered because everything I read online about AF is devastating and I am scared and feeling anxious as it appears that it will only get worse :( I am currently on the beta blocker/aspirin at least temporarily until I speak with cardiologist next week although thank God no sign of AF at the moment but living in fear of another attack. Any help would be truly appreciated. I live my life holistically and have always handled any illness or problem with natural methods - until this :(
Please help. Thanks
anneh on 2010-07-05
Dr.Saravanan last decade
I note that you visited the link I gave you in my email and copy my reply below:
'I have treated some patients who presented Atrial Fibrillation with Arnica 30c in the Wet dose and they reported in a few weeks that their attacks subsided.
I would suggest that you too take Arnica 30c in the Wet dose twice daily made precisely as prescribed below:
The Wet dose of any Homeopathic remedy is made up as follows:
Order the remedy in a 5ml Ethanol pack also known as Liquid Dilution.
Get a 500ml bottle of Spring Water from the nearest supermarket.
Pour out about 3cm of water from the bottle to leave some airspace.
Insert 3 drops of the remedy into the bottle and shake it hard to produce bubbles.
This is homeopathic succussion and must be done every time before a capful of the bottle which is the dose is taken as directed.
Arnica will help to filter your blood and rid it of the debris and cholesterol in your body and you can expect your Blood Pressure to decrease in about 3 months. It will also lower your Cholesterol and Triglycerides and it is recommended that you take a Blood Test before you start this therapy to compare with another taken 6 months later, when the difference will be seen.
Arnica will replace the Warfarin, Asprin and other drugs you have used or are currently using. You will observe the difference in about a week when you can slowly wean yourself off the other minerals and supplements you are taking.
You are advised to drink plenty of fluids up to at least 3 ltrs daily.
No coffee, coke and preserved meats like sausages, ham and bacon as the Saltpeter used antidotes the Arnica instantly. Also no alcohol and I presume you do not smoke.
Please report your response in a few weeks after another ECG to check the difference.'
Your case is similar to the one above and I would advice you to follow the same protocol with Arnica 30 in the Wet dose which you can take thrice daily. The Arnica will replace the Aspirin virtually overnight and hopefully the Beta blocker you are using but this may take some more time.
I cannot take the responsibility of requesting you to stop the drugs that you are using today but you will hopefully discover that the Arnica alone can take over and replace them more effectively. You can postpone your appointment with your cardiologist for about a month to give you some time to test the efficacy of this simple remedy Arnica which has helped others. You will be the best judge as you will be able to quickly gauge if it is helping you by watching out for further attacks.
Drink plenty of liquids especially water up to 3 ltrs daily as this will help.
Mild exercise is also recommended.
Report progress weekly or more often as is necessary.
♡ Joe De Livera last decade
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