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I am looking to help my mother. We recently disconnected the internet because that is the only thing my mom ever does since getting really sick last year and being in the hospital for a month. Needless to say, she isn't very happy. She is constantly saying 'it is of no use'. She is only 65 and feels like her life is over. My father died suddenly at 55 and she feels that every year past that is lucky so to say. She has varying moods, going from laughing highs to severe lows when she thinks everyone hates her and that she is unwanted. She gets so upset that her whole body can start shaking, she gets head aches on the top of her head and temples and her hands go numb on both sides. She usually says that she is going to leave and go some where were she is wanted and goes out for a walk until she calms down. She always feels better after. Usually, however, she sits by herself in her bedroom with the door and windows shut because she is scared that if she gets any drafts she will get sick. She is very fearful of copd weather and is afraid that if she goes out she will get a lung infection, which she is prone to, mostly during rainy wet weather not during dry cold. She doesn't drink a ton but has sweet cravings and can finish a things of ice cream one small bite at a time. That is all I can think of to mention right now. We really want to help her so suggestions as to which remedy would be of assistance would be greatly appreciated.
 
  2sweetb on 2010-12-28
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Hi

Please give your mother a single dose of Ignatia 200c and let us know of her condition in 7 days.

Place 2 pills/drops of the remedy in some 100ml of mineral water. Allow it to dissolve for about 5 minutes. One teaspoon from that is one dose.

Remember, just one dose needs to be taken. No repetition.

Regards,
Niel
 
Niel Madhavan 9 years ago
ok, I will try it and then let you know in 7 days how she is doing
 
2sweetb 9 years ago
Hello,

I wasn't able to find 200, but 30c. Is that ok? What would the dosage be?

Also, I was wondering if she could possibly be veratrum album? Reason I am asking is because when she gets mad she has a tendency to cut pictures up, she is also always sweating on her forehead. Like I said her moods are very changeable.. going from calm and happy one minute to mad and angry the next and generally speaking she is quite and doesn't talk very much.
 
2sweetb 9 years ago
If it is 30c, give three doses on a single day separated by 3 hours each.

We may need Veratrum later...the causation in this case is strongly suggestive of IGNATIA and in case there is a strong Causation, we may go ahead with a remedy prescribed on the basis of that and let the case unfold.

Regards,
Niel
 
Niel Madhavan 9 years ago
Thank you for the recomendations, Neil. I was able to find the Ignatia 200c in the end and gave her the suggested dosage, that was Sunday I believe. She has calmed down slightly. Has her ups and downs, still becomes angry easily and prefers sitting by herself in a dark room, having issues with keeping her positive but trying hard. She easily starts talking negative but calls herself ' realistic'. We are just trying to do upbuilding things for her to get her out of her room etc. I hope the ignatia kicks in more within the next few days. Again, thank you.
 
2sweetb 9 years ago
When you say she has calmed down a bit, what is it that has exactly changed? Please provide more details.
 
Niel Madhavan 9 years ago

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