repeated remedy too soon...help!i have headaches when starting and stopping my period, bruising easily all over without injury and joint pain (mostly knee pain but it has started in my right hip). i took calcarea carbonica 200c and the bruising stopped, headaches improved, and joint pain was getting better. i thought i needed another dose to speed healing (big mistake)200c again and instead the healing stopped and my symptoms went back to where i started. how do i fix this problem? can i ever use this remedy again?
NESS2DIE4 on 2005-11-29
What happend to you is called bad RE-ACTION. and a reverse effect usually happends when someone exceeds the recommended dosage substantially. simingly, apparently u thought that by taking a second dose u can accelerate the healing. as u said for yourself "big mistake".
Now if u still have the symptoms u have mentioned take the remedy LYCOPODIUM CLAVATUM 10M, and take it only one time! in the morning on empty stomach and then dont eat or drink for 1 hour. try to avoid coffee, alchohol, cola, antibiotics, convential medicines, and mint not only during the 1 day treatment but for your entire LIFE. because these substances ruins the homeopathic remedy inside your body. and then u will never heal.
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Eliran from ISRAEL
eliran last decade
I recommend before returning to Carbonica drink 1 litre bottle of Coca Cola to reset the organism that was over stimulated. and then on the following day take the Carbonica.
eliran last decade
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