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Sounds good to me -- in othre circs might try tuberculinum , but carcinosin covers the tubercular miasm.

Get the Carcinosin and take either one tablet at night and wait

Give it about 2/3 weeks and write in -- if any problems call in.
passkey last decade
Is that just 1 tablet and no more of the Carcinosin? Not 1 each night.
shona last decade
no -- just one tablet no more.
passkey last decade

I'm sorry to hear about your diagnosis.

Here is a website for the MS Society of the UK:


And the National MS Society of the USA:


They have A LOT of information, if you haven't already seen it. It should help you out.

From the MSSUK page on complementary medicine: "In the meantime, whilst some [complementary medicines] may help to relieve symptoms, people should be cautious of those that make big promises, claim to be scientifically proven, or to cure MS. Such treatments may be a waste of time or money, and some could be potentially dangerous."

Please be aware that there is no cure for MS. Homeopathy is NOT a cure and is NOT scientifically proven, I am sorry to say.

It's best to use homeopathy under the care of a qualified physician, in conjunction with modern medicines.

I wish you the very best, Shona. My thoughts are with you. :-)
Orume last decade

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