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Bellis Perennis after surgery

I am soon to have surgery for a hiatal hernia repair, and I would like to know the recommended dosage and frequency, etc. for using Bellis Perennis to support healing.
 
  38flamingo on 2011-08-28
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Bellis Prennis-200 you can take
You can also think of Stphisagria-200 along with Bellis

R.P. Tamhankar
 
shouse_nsk 8 years ago
I have personally used and recommend that Arnica 30c in the Wet dose is taken both prior to and after surgery. The dosage is as follows:

2 days prior 1 dose taken thrice daily and continued up to surgery before which a dose is taken.

Post surgery take 1 dose every 3 hours on Day 1 & 2.
Reduce to every 4 hours on Day 3 & 4

If any interference is noticed from the nursing staff or doctors to using Arnica in the Wet dose which involves a bottle of water, the patient may use the pellets but this is not as effective as the Wet dose which is made as follows:

Order the remedy in the Liquid pack in Alcohol, also referred to as Liquid Dilution in a bottle preferably with a dropper arrangement.
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 the bottle hard at least 6 times before you sip a capfull of the bottle or a large teaspoonful which is the dose.
Shaking the bottle hard is homeopathic succussion and this enhances the effect of the remedy on the user.
 
Joe De Livera 8 years ago
I did not notice your headline about a Hiatal Hernia Repair prior to my last post.

For what it is worth I am copying below the therapy I have developed for GERD which is often connected to Hiatal Hernia and if you do suffer from any Gastritis which has lead to the Hiatal Hernia, you are advised to first use this therapy and if it does not succeed in helping you, you can then use the surgical approach.

Treatment of Gastritis aka GERD (Gastro Esophagal Reflux disease).

I shall copy the therapy I have prescribed to hundreds of patients who presented GERD, the large majority of whom have been cured.

Your remedies are as follows:

Nat Phos 6x dose 3-4 tablets taken immediately after each of 2 meals
Arnica 30c in the Wet dose taken twice daily.

You can expect relief from your ailment hopefully within 24 hours.
Do not eat large meals. Eat small meals but more often if you feel hungry. Do not drink more that a few sips of water after your meals. This is to prevent the further dilution of your gastric juice which can then reflux into your Esophagus which results in GERD.

It is important that you do not go to bed for at least 2 hours after dinner as food will take about this time to digest and it is best to stay awake and upright to enable your food to digest before going to bed.

No fatty food, alcohol, coffee, preserved meats like sausages, ham, bacon as they contain Saltpeter which will antidote the remedies listed immediately.

If you suffer from a stomach ache or you feel your stomach puffing up before a meal during the day between meals this is usually due to hunger pains, caused by your gastric juices attacking the inner wall of your stomach. The simple remedy is to eat some food like a biscuit or a banana to keep the gastric juice away from digesting the stomach wall when you will experience a stomach ache which in some cases can be very acute.

You must drink at least 3 liters of liquids, preferably water daily and you must also exercise for at least half hour daily to sweat it out as this is all part of my therapy to overcome GERD.

The Wet dose of any Homeopathic remedy is made as follows:

Order the remedy in a 5ml Liquid Alcohol pack also referred to as Liquid Dilution in a bottle preferably with a dropper arrangement.
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 the bottle hard before you sip a capful of the bottle or a large teaspoonful which is the dose.
Shaking the bottle hard is homeopathic succussion and this shaking must be done every time before sipping a capful of the bottle twice daily.
 
Joe De Livera 8 years ago
Thanks you so much for your suggestions. It seems that you do not see as Bellis Perennis as the best choice - and that you believe Arnica is better. I do also have the arnica wet dose, which has been prepared by a friend.

I also appreciate your suggestione regarding GERD. I have not moved quickly to surgery, and my symptoms no longer include GERD. I do believe that the surgery is necessary at this point.

I am atill interested if others have thoughts about Bellis Perennis for surgery.
 
38flamingo 8 years ago
Arnica and Bellis are both excellent post surgery remedies. Bellis has the reputation of acting to heal deeper tissue damage and so is especially useful after abdominal surgery - like appendicitis. I think it is a good idea to take it with you and see which works best for you Arnica or Bellis. Other surgery remedies are Calendula to help the wound heal with out becoming infected. Phosphorus to help with nausea and vomiting caused by anaesthetic. Carbo veg for trapped wind ( a common, very uncomfortable. complaint after the body cavity is opened up).
Since surgery may mean you need to use lots of different remedies a homeopathic first aid kit may be more economical than buying single remedies. Best of luck with your operation and I wish you a swift recovery.
 
mary aspinwall 8 years ago

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