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Hair loss treatment with Arnica 30: How many Romanian granules is a pillule?

Hi

I’m Elena from Romania (Central-East Europe), 31 yrs. old.
I lost almost all my hair in the last 5 years and I read here about a treatment with Arnica.
I’ve been following a homeopathic treatment for a year and a half (not a classical one, that is, my homeopath gave me 11 remedies in low potencies to take twice or thrice weekly = 7 remedies a day) for diverse physical problems and for emotional and sexual abuse.
Here, in Romania the remedies are in form of white granules in potencies 5, 7, 9, 15, 30, 50, 100, 200 and probably higher. There’re small recipients of 1 g. with white small granules and big recipients of 4 g. with bigger granules. When I take a dose I would take 6 granules from the small recipient of 1 g. or 3 granules from the big recipient of 4 g. I don’t know how much “romanian” granules I should take once if I follow the treatment with Arnica 30: 2 pillules thrice a day for 2 weeks, then 2 pillules twice a day for 2 weeks and then 2 pillules once a day in the evening if the hair doesn’t fall out.
How many Romanian granules is a pillule?
I will not take any other remedies while I will be taking Arnica.

And another question: in the post with the hair loss treatment it is highlighted the Arnica Montana Radix – which one is good for the hair loss treatment, Arnica Montana or Arnica Montana Radix?
Here, in Romania, I only found one Arnica Montana.

Thank you for reading the post,
Elena
 
  belciuge on 2005-07-07
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please read the posts under Hair loss in this forum to which I and others have contributed.

I believe that I was the first to record that Arnica Montana was very effective in helping with hair loss and I have used it in many cases to help the lost hair to grow again. These are documented in the many threads which you can read on this forum.

I now recommend Arnica 6c to be used as follows:

Get a 500ml bottle of spring water
Pour out 100ml from the bottle.
Put in 4-6 pellets or 1 drop of the remedy into the bottle.
Bang the bottle hard on your palm or a cushion and watch for the water to fizzle like it does when you open a bottle of soda. This is called succussing and it must be done 4 times before every dose. This raises the potency of the remedy slightly.
Sip 1 teaspoonful of the potentized water from the bottle twice daily.
Store the bottle in the fridge and ensure that it is succussed before every dose.

Please note that you cannot expect an instant fix to hair loss. You should be able to notice that your hair loss reduces in about 4 weeks and the new hair growth can be expected in about 2 months.

Report your response on this forum in a month.
 
Joe De Livera last decade
Thank you for your reply Joe de Livera. I know that you were the first to record about the effectiveness of Arnica Montana.

So it is Arnica Montana, not Arnica Montana Radix.

4-6 pellets are 4-6 romanian granules from a big recipient of 4 g., I guess.

Thank you again for answering to my post and yes, I will report my response to this remedy in a month.

Elena
 
belciuge last decade
Elena, we will appreciate if you can post your experience so we may benefited...
 
maaqm last decade

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