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Pondering Nat Phos 6 for Reflux ?

Hey Joe,

I have been very busy lately and just now got your suggestion on Nat Phos 6. I have been taking Zantac (Ranitidine) 150mg daily and would be willing to discontinue it as suggested. Couple of questions first.

1. I have been taking it for about six months, will it shock my system?

2. I am starting to feel that it is induced by stress. Can reflux be caused by and/or cause muscle spasms in the interior chest wall?

3. When I am happy and doing somthing to occupy my brain, I don't notice it as much. When I get a slight tinge of it I begin to focus on it and it seems to get worse. Could it be muscular and stress imitates the effects of reflux?

I do not like western medicine and the doctors who practice it. I could do what they do by just reading a little....It seems to be all routine, think about it? You go to the Doc with a complaint. Then he takes an educated guess at what it might be based on what he has read that was written by other doctors. Then he simply writes you a prescription to go take a pill that he thinks will fix the problem.

I have been leaning more towards eastern medicine which is preventative than a "Silver Bullet". I believe If you have reflux then it is being triggered by somthing. It is not a disease that you need to take a advertised pill for the rest of your life, is it? I am trying to get my life back, I am only 30 and feel like this is tearing me away from life. I know that this Zantac may help for now but eventually it will catch up to my body and cause somthing else to foul.

I am going to order the Nat Phos 6 and try it (I can't hurt to try) and I will let you know how it goes. In the meantime, get back to me with those questions and or any input.

  Johnny Boy! on 2006-02-06
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I chanced on your post by accident. It is best to address new posts directly to the person whom you wish to consult as otherwise there is a chance of it not being replied.

I believe that you should be able to overcome your gastric reflux problem with Nat Phos 6x. Please note that if you ask for 6 you will get the 6c potency which is not the Biochemic remedy and will not help you at all.

Suggest you use 2 tablets after lunch and dinner and repost response. It is possible that this remedy will also help to reduce your weight by about a pound per week.
Joe De Livera last decade
O.K. I will start a.s.a.p. and keep you posted.
Johnny Boy! last decade
If some body weight is normal and he use this remedy. will it reduce the weight more or it will not effect normal persons.
Homeo_lover last decade
I have observed that when the ideal weight is reached Nat Phos 6x does not reduce weight any more. I believe that it seems to be able to reduce the excess fat by not preventing the absorption of fat from the food which it does by accelerating the passage of food through the gut and it is possible that the body burns up the existing fat thereby stabilizing the fat level in the body.

Patients who have used this remedy report that after a certain level is reached in their bodily size it does not reduce weight any more. They are then advised to reduce or stop the dosage and watch results.

You may like to know that I have received a report from a man who was 86kg that he lost 4 kg in just 3 weeks on Nat Phos 6x
Joe De Livera last decade
can i take silicea 6x with natphos 6x. i havev keloi in my skin. thnks in advance
hari_2005h last decade
Yes you may use Silicea 6x with Nat Phos 6x if you use the latter remedy for GERD. If however you wish to use it to reduce weight, it will not help.
Joe De Livera last decade

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