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this wart patient is undermy treatment , weekly one dose of thuja 200 was prescribed...

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  deoshlok on 2014-05-31
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
My suggestion is
Nitric Acid-200 6 pills at bed time every day

R.P. Tamhankar
shouse_nsk 9 years ago
What is the patient's state? Identifying warts alone won't lead to a cure.
[message edited by Evocationer on Sun, 01 Jun 2014 04:58:46 BST]
Evocationer 9 years ago

Glad to see you back on the ABC. I too am not a regular visitor as I am now 85 years old and have my own business organization of which I am the CEO to visit daily.

As you are aware, I have my own Homeopathic website where I spend some time in helping patients throughout the world which attracts about 300 visitors daily:


I note that you have diagnosed your patient as presenting Warts but I believe that he suffers from the rare condition
Neurofibromatosis for which regretfully there does not seem to be any cure in Medicine. It would be of interest if you can cure him with Homeopathy.

I have come across a case about 40 years ago where the lesions had spread throughout his body, but was unable to help him.

Please visit


Joe De Livera 9 years ago

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