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To Joe - Diabetes

Hi Joe,

I read your posts on Diabetes - Arnica 30c wet dose treatment. Could you please tell me how to use Cinnomon along with this Arnica? Please also mention - What are the other things to be used/followed along with Arnica and Cinnomon.

Best Regards.
  victory786 on 2010-08-03
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Many patients have confirmed that Arnica 6c in the Wet dose is more effective in reducing Blood Sugar in comparison to 30c. I have since changed my therapy to the 6c.

You can use the following to add to the Arnica:

Cinnamon 1/4 teaspoonful twice daily in meals or as a tea.

Okra or Ladies fingers used as follows:
Chop up a tender pod into small sections and leave overnight in a glass of water which you will drink on an empty stomach.

Bitter Gourd juice taken twice daily.

Indicentally what is your Blood Sugar level ? You are best adviced NOT to take any drugs like Metformin as Arnica is being used by many even one patient who presented a BS level of 535 to control it down to 100.
Joe De Livera last decade

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