Healing CrisisWhen a right remedy as well as its potency is selected... A person takes it as per directed by his/her physician. Let say, 30C two times a day, he takes. initially he feels best for 2 or 3 days, then the previous symptoms reappear gradually. He is then directed to stop taking it any more.
Is the above phenomenon happening with that person a 'Healing Crisis', a 'Proving', a 'lower potency is selected', or 'need to change the remedy' ??
Waiting for your kind guideline.
electronics.143 on 2013-08-19
If the original symtoms (for which the patient approached the doctor), and he felt better initially then going back to original state, then an inter-current needs to be given followed by a higher potency of the same remedy.
It all depends if the initial remedy given was the correct one.
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mani_jee 7 years ago
#2 - if after stopping medcine he feels same as before, just switch over to high potency with infrequent repetition.
#3 - if after stopping medicines he feels same status as he was before , medicine is wrong and need to be changed.
RULE - If you are sure medicine and potency is right just give SULPHUR 200 - 1 DOSE in next morning and wait.
All other miasms except psora yoeld to our conventional treatment, but psoric miasm can become obstacle most times more than others, so as a rule give sulphur followed by psorinum 30 3 days after.
drpnidheesh 7 years ago
if right remedy is selected- old symptoms do not always appear.
When you get it very right, the right remedy, the right potency, the right dosing,
the problem can disappear right away or over a few days, just gets better
and better. There is no aggravation. I have seen this happen many times.
Even in chronic cases.
♡ simone717 7 years ago
I find it very healthy discussion. I am copying some text from BANERJEE P., Chronic Disease, its cause and cure, hope you would find it useful.
how to make sure that the first prescription has been correct and that the potency used has also not been wrong. We have already understood that the appearance of new symptoms, such as have never troubled the patient before, will indicate that the first medicine has been wrong. Now, if exactly the opposite thing happens, that is to say, if only such symptoms as have troubled the patient before appear after the use of the medicine, it is to be understood that the medicine has been correct. But only the re-appearance of some of the old symptoms is not enough to indicate that it is the process of cure that has commenced. Something more is necessary, and it is this, that the old symptoms re-appear in the reverse order, that is to say, the last symptom in the patient will re-appear first and in this way all the old symptoms one after another and last of all the oldest symptom. If this is the order of the re-appearance of the old symptoms, then it should be recognised at once as the true process of cure, and as such the first medicine used should be considered to have been perfectly correct. Suppose, for example, it appears from the record of your case that the patient had malarial fever and that this was treated with quinine, and that after that he had dyspepsia, and suppose some Ayurvedic medicine suppressed that dyspepsia, and suppose simultaneously with the disappearance of the dyspepsia the patient had palpitation of the heart and vertigo etc., and last of all there came up dropsy and jaundice. Suppose, from this record you select a medicine according to the law of similarity and administer the first dose in the right potency. Now, what will happen if the medicine used has been correctly selected?-The patient will be relieved first of all (but gradually) of his jaundice and dropsy, and his palpitation and vertigo will re-appear, and then these will pass off gradually, and then will re-appear the old dyspepsia, and then last of all will re-appear the old malarial fever. If this be the order of the re-appearance of the old symptoms-reverse order of their coming-under the use of your medicine, it is the process of cure. But if on the contrary, the old symptoms re-appear in a disorderly manner e.g. , the malarial fever first, the palpitation then and last of all the dyspepsia, it is no process of cure. However, besides the process of cure being a re-appearance of the old symptoms in the reverse order of their coming, there are other indications also for judging the correctness of the medicine used, e. g., under the use of the correct medicine and in a process of cure which results from the use of the correct medicine, the process of re-appearance of the old symptoms is from within outward, from the more internal to the less internal organ, from the centre to the circumference, from the mind to the body, and from above downwards. This process is ever the process of cure and this invariably indicates that the right medicine has been used.
mani_jee 7 years ago
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