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hi doctor iam M/32 weight 80 and hight 5.3 ihave diabeties type2 and high bp since 2002 before iam very slim and weigt is 45 then iwont some body and started eating too much like morning 12 eggs noon heavily rice equal to 5 members and night heavyrice with in threemonth my weight is 120 after idont stop eat after 2 years urine is too much heavy thrist weaknes then i consult doctor doctor adviced for wb test then bs is 550 and bp 190/120 he prescribed diabetrol and stamlo for bp i continue this for 2 years and 4 take test bs is 80 ithink sugar is cure and i started sweets in 2009 same heavy urine thrist and bs 480 and istarted alopathy and from one year i also start homeo please giveme advice to cure
 
  nellore on 2013-12-09
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Hi,

These cases take some time ( months) and are better done in person by a homeopath
who has success in this area.

Here is a link to a thread on this forum by a UK homeopath who reversed his diabetes
and has no dietary restrictions. I also included the link to his website-
if you want you could work with him on Skype..it is a 6 month program,
there are no quick fixes. 
. http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/263543

and the following link is his website
http://www.ukhomeopathy.co.uk
[message edited by simone717 on Wed, 11 Dec 2013 05:56:37 GMT]
 
simone717 6 years ago
some one on otherforms mentioned that Mag Phos 6x helps reduce Blood sugar levels

homeopathy and more com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4878
 
bhuptgu 5 years ago
Mag phos 6x can help rebalance magnesium levels,
but a person would need to stop taking it, once
they are in balance- otherwise you overdose and
cause harmful effects. Mag phos alone is not
going to control diabetes, this would be taken
if indicated by symptoms and then stopped.

It would be better for you to eat food high
in magnesium, not take supplements of it or
mag phos unless the Dr. Advised and monitored
your levels of it.

Following is from the Livestrong website:

While magnesium supports your body's ability to control your blood sugar levels, taking too much magnesium from supplements might prove harmful. Magnesium overdose can cause digestive upset, such as diarrhea, which can disrupt your body's fluid balance. Magnesium overdose might prove particularly harmful for individuals with diabetes, since too much magnesium can further impede kidney function. You should not consume a total of more than 350 micrograms of magnesium daily from supplements, according to the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University. Dietary magnesium, obtained from food, does not pose a health risk.
 
simone717 5 years ago
what is recommended dosage for Mag phos 6x.
 
bhuptgu 5 years ago
Mag phos 6x is a "medicine" and you would not
take it unless you had symptoms that matched it.
Taking too much of it, even if symptoms match it,
will cause you to have worsening of your symptoms
and will cause NEW symptoms you never had.

If you want - use a supplement, like magnesium
powder and take it in warm water once before Bed.
See this product ( CALM ) get something similar.

The recommendations for daily dosage of magnesium vary from 300-600g depending on age, sex, and health. Natural Calm recommends you start with a half teaspoon and slowly increase from there. Be mindful of the laxative effect of magnesium and decrease your dosage if your bowels become too loose.
 
simone717 5 years ago

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