Alopecia all overI need help with severe alopecia, auto immune disorder and severe chronic bad breath... female in 40’s from having beautiful thick long hair and thick eyebrows& lashes to almost loosing it all.. feeling very depressed don’t want to go out in public, don’t feel like myself.. very stressful family life with no support. Adult son with lots of problems and feel overwhelmed& feel lost of vitality. Was already struggling with very bad breath for years that caused more depression and isolation. Iï¸ need to get better to live and take care of my responsibility with my young 12 yr old daughter . Tired all the time, inflamed, vision affected and cholesterol issues.. have allergic rhinitis and chronic acid reflux and periodontal gum disease. feel hopeless and overwhelmed dealing with all my health issues, now baldness, and rejection everywhere due to bad breath that people cannot stand to be around.. Iï¸ feel dead inside and need to live for myself and my kids. Please someone help me!
Asiya1 on 2017-12-07
Boil the cloths, pills and bedcovers in hot water after washing, as often as possible.
Stay away from any nuts, berries and even milk. Stay away from corn and any corn products, as much as possible
Take fresh food, whenever possible and avoid any food stored in the fridge.
Start with USTILAGO 200, four pills, every morning.
In addition to this, take Calc Suph 6x, Kali Phos 6x and Kali Mur 6x (four tablets each, taken together), twice a day.
Please report once a week.
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