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Third traumatic brain injury.... Natrum Sulph no longer working.

Hello kind healers! I have been taking natrum sulph 30 and Arnica 30 for a brain injury. I have had AMAZING results from these medicines! My brain injury was almost completely healed but then a few weeks ago I hit my head again lightly which has caused the injury to come back. I was taking the natrum sulph at the time I recieved this second injury. Now the natrum sulph does not seem to be helping this second injury heal at all... What should I do? Should I discontinue the Nat sulph 30 and arnica 30? The first at time it worked so well and quickly, but this time I can feel no healing taking place. Could my body have grown immune to the medicine? Should I discontinue and then start again? If so when? I appreciate your help very much! Thank you so much for your knowledge and input! -samantha-
 
  Samalee on 2015-02-05
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
do not use natrum sulph anymore.Natrum sulph is used in head injuries when serious mental symptoms follow. In all natrum sulph cases there is strong incliation to commit suicide . do you have that tendency? If not then use arnica alone 3 doses only per day for one day only and see what it does.
 
telescope 4 years ago
How long have you been taking these two remedies? Were you taking them together? Who is supervising your case?
 
Evocationer 4 years ago

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