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Bellis Perennis / Anemia

Hello,
Over the last four months, I have done a treatment of Bellis Perennis as a result of a small boil on my nipple - 3 round globules of 1000c. It worked wonderfully, after having tried antibiotics a couple of times with no results.

I noticed that my menstruation was much lighter and with much less pain / cramping. I can't remember the last time I had a period without needing to take ibuprofen(pain relievers) every four hours to relieve the pain.

I did a search on the internet to see the relationship of Bellis Perennis and menstruation and read that it does, in fact, lessen heavy bleeding.

One thing which I am unsure about is that, as a result of having had such heavy periods, I have developed anemia. The information I read states that Bellis Perennis works well to counter heavy menstruation but should not be used if you have anemia. Where do I fall in this? And what is the reason for not taking it while anemic?
 
  getbettersoon:) on 2013-11-27
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Hi- you say 'over the last 4 months'

How many times have you taken the globules over
the last 4 months??

Not clear if you meant that you do have anemia
or you don't know if you do???

It seems to me that the warning about taking if
anemic was addressing taking it as a herb not
a homeopathic remedy.

Homeopathic remedies above a 12x have no actual
substance of the plant in it- what is there is a
water molecule imprint.
 
simone717 8 years ago
Bellis per 30c is my routine for painful mensuration and seldom fails. I never tried higher potencies. Thanks for sharing your experience.

I tend to agree the comment that the warning may not apply on Homeopathic potency

Reva V
 
Reva V 8 years ago
Hi simone,
I'll clarify, I took Bellis Perennis globules for 2 months, 3 globules of 1000c one a week and I felt the effects of it for about 4 months. That is now, and it is when my nipple boil re-infected and my menstruation became very strong again.
I recently had blood work done and I do in fact have anemia. Is it possible that the Bellis Perennis is tricky with a case like mine if I only take the aforementioned globules?
Reva, how do you take the Bellis for your menstruation? DO you start it on the first day of onset or before hand or steadily throughout the year?
 
getbettersoon:) 8 years ago
Hi,

The way homeopathic medicine works you do not
take more of a remedy when a remedy is having
an effect. You only take more when the problem comes
back or the remedy has worked but now you are at
a plateau.

If you take too much of a remedy you will bring back
the original problem or bring on other symptoms of
what the remedy is used for that you never had.

1. What is the status of the nipple boil now?

2. Was the last period ok, lighter and without pain?
( then you should wait and see what happens with
the next period before you take any medication)

3. Please post your blood work numbers so that you
can be treated for the anemia.
[message edited by simone717 on Thu, 28 Nov 2013 16:17:18 GMT]
 
simone717 8 years ago
I use Bellis Per 6 or 30c (both works fine) on the onset and not continue after the period. Very likely they will only need for a few months.

This is daisy plant and is a real healer. I consider this as 'kayakalpa' to bring female to balance and use it freely from just born to elderly with excellent results.

Reva V
 
Reva V 8 years ago

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