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detox for hepatitis B vaccine?

I had the hepatitis B vaccine series when I was 13 and it caused universal hair loss. My hair has improved a lot since then but still remains thin (especially on top) and I still get sebum plugs which I have read is due to DHT production in the scalp. I did some research and found out that the vaccine can stay in one's system for at LEAST 20 years. If that's the case, then it would explain why my body is still producing the DHT causing my hair to remain thin.

Just wondering if there is any homeopathic detox for this vaccine? My homeopathic physician has prescribed me nat mur, nat silicata, and now sepia (which I have not started yet). The first two did not cause hair growth but she is hopeful for the sepia to work. I had mentioned about the detox to her but she didn't address it so I have turned to this forum for an opinion on it.

Please advise. Thanks!

  psha85 on 2013-11-13
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Detox for vaccination is Thuja. You may take 3 doses of Thuja 200 in three days, then stop its use.

mani_jee 7 years ago
If you take the Thuja, be advised you should wait
a month before you start another remedy. Your
homeopath may not be in agreement with you doing this,
so you need to also tell her what you are going to do
if you still want to work with her bc this will change how
she is taking your case, and some medicines do not
follow other medicines well, so be upfront about this.
simone717 7 years ago

Thanks for your valuable comment.

Thuja is complementary to Sepia. From the post it is obvious that Sepia was the last remedy used.


Yes, you need to inform your doctor that you are following prescription from some1 else. Definately, you cannot follow 2 prescriptions at a time.

mani_jee 7 years ago
Hi Mani Jee,

She says, sepia - which she has 'not' started yet. Her
last remedy seems to be natrum silicata.

Whether it is complimentary or not, I don't
want people to think they can just take a remedy
right after they have taken a remedy without
knowing what they are doing or getting proper
advice which I know you agree with.


simone717 7 years ago

Thanks once again, just checked Nat silicata has no relationship with other remedies, and its safe to use Thuja even after Nat Silicate.

BTW Thuja has no inimical relationship with any other remedy, so it is absolutely safe to use before/after any remedy.

mani_jee 7 years ago
Thanks to you both for input! I do agree that I would tell my physician if I start Thuja.

I'm thinking since I already have an appointment scheduled with her for next month I will just go ahead and try the sepia but if it does not yield any result then I will stop seeing her and take the Thuja for 3 days as recommended.

I only need 3 doses of it? 5 pellets or 3 pellets, or does it matter? After I take this, should I start any other remedy or just wait and see if hair growth starts?
psha85 7 years ago
Thuja is a long acting remedy. You should wait a month to
see what effects are. The amount of pills taken for one dose
depends on which homeopath you are talking to.
simone717 7 years ago

I've stopped seeing the physician as she was not of much help to me and her fees were too expensive. I've decided to start Thuja in January but just wanted to confirm that it is called Thuja Occidentalis? This is the only one I found at my local pharmacy but was not sure if it's the same thing.

Also, once I take for 3 days at which point should I start to notice any result from it? And is there any other remedy I should take following it?

Please let me know. Thanks!

psha85 7 years ago
Yes, it is Thuja Occidentalis

Complementary/Following medicine could be decided upon your feedback and complete case history.

mani_jee 7 years ago

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