Thiosinaminum issueI have been taking thiosinaminum 6c for over 5 months daily. At first I took it twice per day, but that made me too tired, then once per day, for abdominal scars from multiple surgeries over 30 years. At first I felt wonderful, scars started softening and started losing weight. Then I took a course of antibiotics and for the last 3 months since then feel progressively less vital, and gaining weight even though dieting and walking daily, and my DO said today that she feels a fibrousness, not localized, around my left ovary (I just entered menopause) and to stop the Thios. Helped quite a bit with the scars I must say.
Should I take something to antidote the Thios and if so, what please?
Stephr123 on 2013-04-10
Stephr123 6 years ago
One of the ways of antidoting long usage to use higher potency once or twice. For example use of Thiosinaminum 200 should help removing side effects. Dosing should be low. If repeat needed, then after seven days,
dhundhun 6 years ago
Since there is no antidote, and you want to get some of
it out due to the fibrousness showing up- I suggest
that you try to find shiatsu massage and get a few
of those. If you cannot find shiatsu, get acupressure
and call up an acupuncture office to find out who
does the real, trained acupressure.
Read about these massages on the Mayo clinic site.
Usually you wear clothes, and they work on the spine
areas unblocking things. Great for pain, spine issues,
depression, immune boosting and detox and anchoring
yourself into the body very firmly.
I have sent quite a few people to the shiatsu for
all the above and a couple people who were proving a
remedy and upset. After the massage, the remedy
effects were not there anymore. Some classical homeopaths
forbid patients to get these due to antidoting remedies.
It is true, they can do this.
♥ simone717 6 years ago
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