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Concern liver toxicity

Hi I hv multiple fracture on my rt. foot above ankle surgery is done with plates and screws.
Itook a month 30 c symphatium with cal. Phos. 12 x.
Now I am taking 6 x symphatium for a month also applied comfry ointment for 20 days my question should I stop it ? Or continue as per plan? I am concern I hv not damage my liver
I only hv symptoms of excessive perspiration some time in a day.
  amrutaum on 2013-07-15
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Hi- homeopathic meds are not going to hurt your liver.

I would stop using the comfrey ointment herbal product.

How is your ankle now? That would determine whether you
should keep taking the remedies or not.
simone717 last decade
My ankle is swollen little bit
Also I am applying bone and tissue ointment twice a day
amrutaum last decade
What is in the bone and tissue ointment?

I would suggest stopping the homeo you are taking right
now. Switch over to Arnica 30c in the wet dose.

That means get liquid arnica 30c. Get a 500 ml bottle of
distilled water or spring water. Pour a little out. Put in
two drops of Arnica. A capful is one dose. Shake or hit
the bottle 10x after the first dose- every time. This makes
the remedy a bit different each time and your body
will react more.

Take a dose morning and evening for a week. Arnica
reduces swelling and inflammation. See how that goes
and you can report in on it after a week of doing this.
[message edited by simone717 on Mon, 15 Jul 2013 18:34:41 BST]
simone717 last decade

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