sulphar reaction - challenge for homeopathsCan any practicing homeopath take this challenging case of Sulphar 200 (two doses) reaction.
Almost one year ago I was give SULPHUR 200 one dose and results were fine with calmness. After two weeks SULPHAR 200 dose was repeated and reaction was worst as boils started to appear on legs, arms, hips, lower back. A boil starts with itching and then it starts increasing with pain and swelling. It is brownish red. Then it is filled with puss and pain increases a lot. Place of boils becomes hot. If boil ruptures, puss and blood comes out and pain reduces. Once boils is half dried, itching appears on boils and if pressed puss is released. As soon as puss is released itching disappears and boil is cured gradually.
Other symptom was of feeling of heat in whole body even in winter.
Symptoms related to mind were of feeling hatred towards everyone even against God.
This continued for two months until Thuja 30 was given as antidote. Heat in body cured but boils keeps on coming on intervals. Hate towards people and God remained same.
Further on taking Thuja, started having constipation and phlegm or mucus like fluid keeps discharging from throat.
On taking sour foods such as lemon, orange etc, heat and boils appear again
I look for advice from classical homeopaths.
[Edited by Mr123 on 2017-11-11 09:35:32]
Mr123 on 2017-10-23
Please take Aloe 30 one dose and reply back
♡ Reva V 3 years ago
I don't know why.
These doctors do such ...any patient comes to them for relief not to increase the problem...
Sulphur destroys my life bro...
I hate this pathy...
Take coffee 3 times a day......
pranshu 3 years ago
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