Diabetes - Arnica 6c medicineAfter making the said succession in a 500ml spring water with Arnica 6c, how many times a capful of the succession need to be taken to get the sugar under control ?
hrchandras on 2013-04-25
I shall copy my therapy below:
I shall copy below my default therapy aka 'Joepathy' which many Diabetics are using today to control their BS levels.
The remedy I have prescribed is Arnica 3c in the Wet dose which is taken twice daily.
Type I patients have confirmed that they discovered their BS levels were reduced by about 20-30% within a day of their starting on this therapy. One has confirmed that his BS level reduced by 75% in about a month and he was able to reduce the Insulin he was using by this amount.
Mag Phos 6x dose 2 tablets taken thrice daily have also helped to reduce BS levels and you can add this to your daily dosage.
Please note that you will most likely notice a dip in your BS level within 24 hours of starting my therapy and you will then have to reduce your dosage of either Metformin or of Insulin as it must be maintained around 110.
Type II patients will also have to monitor their BS levels on a daily basis to ensure that their BS is stabilized at around 110 and they will reduce the dosage of the drugs that they are using daily to maintain this level. The Arnica 6c and the Mag Phos 6x are taken as prescribed.
Cinnamon powder is also useful to reduce BS levels and a quarter teaspoonful can be taken brewed as a tea twice daily. Okra or Bandakka which grows in the tropics also helps to reduce BS levels. Okra is used by cutting up a tender pod and inserting it into a glass of water which is left overnight and the water is drunk on an empty stomach the morning after.
Report your progress in 48 hours with data on your BS now and after you use my therapy.
♥ Joe De Livera 6 years ago
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