For obesity, high blood pressureHi, looking for some prescription.
I am 35 yrs old, female, weight 90 kg, most weight around stomach and hips, just diagnosed with high blood pressure but I havent started any allopathic medicine as yet. I am a firm believer in homeopathy, and I have started taking Nat Phos 6x yesterday.
Should/Can I take any other medicine along with that?
Which other medicine would you recommend.
I REALLY want to lose weight, and feel more energetic and mentally well. I feel high blood pressure is due to hypertension, suppressed anger, and I feel very negative these days.
Please help, I will be grateful.
madhudale on 2012-10-06
With given info, it is not possible to prescribe homeopathic remedy. However the following prescription may help you:
Morning: Phytolacca Berry 1X - 2 tabs
Afternoon: Nat Phos 6X
Fucus Vesiculosus 1X - 2 tabs
Rawolfia Serpentina 1X - 2 tabs
Please also go thru this primer on Homeopathy: http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/359411/
srisri 9 years ago
People come on here to lose weight and say things like they don't
have any 'time' to exercise or move around for 40 minutes a day which is
necessary for the body to work right and cannot be avoided.
Dr. Saab on here always starts with using 'arithmetic' getting
calories and exercise right. Just be aware that using that method
should work for you and if not then remedies can be selected
specifically as sri sri says - with more information about the
particulars of your unique state, including mental levels, physical
symptoms, likes and dislikes of food and weather, etc.
♡ simone717 9 years ago
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