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Yes I do , For no reason I feel anxious and nervous and impatient and angry. I like to do things in a hurry saying that I want to complete it no matter what the outcome is and procrastination.
And Simone because of that I started smoking since yesterday (one and today one) Iam not sure is it because of the tea Iam taking which Iam going to stop.
Shall I continue using arg nitrium everyday and howmany time and for how long please advise urgent.its really afecting my life.
john33 9 years ago
You did not answer Why- you stopped Argt. Nit-

I need to know that-

It is better to get things right, than tell you to take
something and have things go wrong- like the Lycopodium.

For right now get Kali phos 6x and Silicea 6x and take
3 tabs of each 3times a day. This is for amped up nerves,
and agitation.

Meanwhile, fill out http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/188925

and I will look at that later today and have more questions
to see what is right for you. Sometimes the cell salts do
take care of things bc they work on balancing out the
[message edited by simone717 on Wed, 09 Jul 2014 19:18:27 BST]
simone717 9 years ago
at what intervals should i take it simultaneously
john33 9 years ago
and the link you gave me says it has been moved. Please advise on for how long i have to take it for
john33 9 years ago
I fixed the link-try again.

take this for 4 days and report.
simone717 9 years ago

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