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20 year female. hair loss NO diseases

hi i am 20 year old female. i have been having slow hair loss for about a year now. my hair is so thin on the sides of my head it looks like im bald if i lift up my hair! i'v been to many doctors and did testing and everything came out fine. im healthy and i eat a lot. please tell me what i could take. i was told to take pineal however i did for a month and there has been no change. i often get sharp pains in my leg, foot, or finger when i am under stress. please help me. i dont kno what to do. thank you!!
 
  peality on 2006-04-08
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please read my post on:

http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/56829/

I copy the instructions below:

The treatment is Arnica 30c in the liquid dose, a teaspoonful taken 3 times daily.

Arnica Q (mother tincture) mixed in a 20% solution with Coconut oil massaged into your scalp daily

No shampoo other than Johnsons Baby may be used.

Abstain from all antidoting foods.

1 Fish oil capsule daily.


The Arnica should help with your sharp pains in our legs as it improves the blood circulation and this should help your problem.

Report response in 2 weeks.
 
Joe De Livera last decade

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