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Alcohol medicines in India

Are there any homeo center in India where I can get medicines for alcohol addiction in India? I read in this forum that |*@1@*Spiritus Glandium and Bach flower remedies are useful but it seems I can't have them shipped from US.

Is there anything I can do? Or if anyone knows any more pointers for alcohol addiction, please help.
 
  neilima01 on 2015-02-23
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
You can get these medicines in India at homeo shops and see
this link also.

http://www.nuesthm.in

I am going to put a link on about alcohol addiction from the
usa.

Please look at it and see how this applies to you. Bc some
people are " problem" drinkers, some people's bodies
have a non stop craving for alcohol.

Let me know your area in India and I can give you more options
of treatment.

Here is the link:


http://www.the-alcoholism-guide.org/
[message edited by simone717 on Mon, 23 Feb 2015 22:02:10 GMT]
 
simone717 6 years ago
Thanks Simone.
This helps!

This is for my brother. He is into drinking habit for almost 10 years and he acts so weird when he drinks. There is like unending craving for alcohol for him.
Are there any rehab center which can help? or any good homeo doctor with whom I can talk to for alcohol addiction? He is in Jammu & Kashmir, India.

Thanks for reply!
 
neilima01 6 years ago
Hi- He needs all these things then-

To detox, to be educated on the disease and how it affects people,
counseling, and an ongoing support group like Alcoholics Anonymous,
so that recovery and life without alcohol is sustained.

Do some research on these places to verify how successful they are.

You can try homeopathy to help here, but you need all the other
things with it.

http://deaddictioncentres.in/state/jammu-and-kashmir/
 
simone717 6 years ago
And you may want to read this discussion-http://www.homeopathyworldcommunity.com/group/addictions/for...

The link won't work on here- so here is part of the discussion and the link to the homeopath
David Hartley-I am sure if you emailed him he would have some good opinions on
the homeopathy part of this.

_________David Hartley's ( a homeopath) story of addiction

Another would be the "social drinker" or person who semi-regularly enjoys a single glass of wine or beer ... having "been there" in addiction, it seems pretty clear to me that MOST people who use alcohol are addicts.

If you have a few drinks a few times a week, week after week, and when you do have those drinks people notice some personality change .. you are a probably what we call a "functional alcoholic."

Pothead? Please. Nothing can make me fall on the floor laughing faster than someone who smokes pot daily telling me it is not addictive. Remember: I've been there; done that !

On the other hand, it is pretty damned funny to hear all the stupid propaganda from the "reefer madness" (now "cult") film of 1936 .. from otherwise intelligent and educated homeopaths.

My path into active addiction began at about age 14; I was abstinent from about age 21 - 26, after entering into some spiritual studies (there was no big intent for abstinence, it just happened) .. and then from 26 - 37 it got worse & worse; at the end, very hard-core alcoholism combined with crack cocaine use eventually brought me near to 3rd stage alcoholism and (the most recent of several) near death experience (alcohol poisoning) .. during which I had a sort of shabby epiphany where I became willing (expressing this verbally to my personal pantheon of gods) "to do anything it takes to never have to feel like this again." Wonder of wonders -- I have not been tempted by alcohol or drugs since that moment, nearly 20yrs ago.

My wealth of experience with almost any drug you'd care to name has blessed me with a very, very wide range of cognitive experience! I have a fairly good EXPERIENTIAL idea what schizophrenia is; what psychoses are; what it feels like to be under compulsion; many of the more interestingly bizarre mental states of our pharmacoepiea.
I've been trying to figure out how to hang out my shingle as homeopathic addiction & mental health specialist. All those pesky AMA types & their endless turf war! I'm working on a possible "in" with the San Francisco dept. of public health.. kind of a long term plan.

I'm more than happy to help anyone with addiction related stuff. I'll see referred people in the S.F. bay area on "gift economy" as part of Karma Clinic... (no fee, but encouragement to make a gift so that the next person will be able to receive service.)
-and will be happy to assist by email or phone, or here with any cases (I've found that many people are happy to give permission to have case details minus personally identifying info .. posted for collaboration.)

~http://www.holistiq.com/homeopathy/
[message edited by simone717 on Tue, 24 Feb 2015 17:11:54 GMT]
 
simone717 6 years ago
Thanks Simone of all the insights and after hearing your story I am hopeful that my brother will be okay. You are really an inspiration for all out there struggling with addictions.
Thanks once again.
 
neilima01 6 years ago
Dear Neilima,

The story is David Hartley's ( the homeopath)
Who now practices out of Ecuador - one can email
him or work with him on Skype.He had a spiritual
experience that took away all drug desire, and
it is interesting that the founder of Alcoholics
Anonymous had the same thing happen to him.



He is very interested in addiction cases bc he
went thru it- His link is on above-
www.holistiq.com
 
simone717 6 years ago

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