Puffy eyesI have puffy eyes (under the lids), it's hereditary. I have tried several things but nothing works.
I have heard about Apis Mellifica and Natrum Muriaticum, I think I'm going to try this, what is the dosage and how many times a day can I take it? is 30CH the correct dose to buy? and isn't 200CH too much? I don't want to overdose.
Thanks in advance!
chocopie on 2018-12-06
1. Apis Mel-30 6 pills twice aq day for 3 to 4 days and then give feedback
♥ homeo_helper 5 months agoHello,
I did take Apis during 4 days like you told me, it helped a little but my eyes are still puffy.
Like I said it's hereditary, so I have puffy eyes since 25 years or so, I don't expect to be better in a few days.
Can I try Nat Mur 30CH? if so, do I need to take it alone, or while continuing Apis?
If I'm taking both remedies, how much time do I have to wait between each remedy?
[Edited by chocopie on 2018-12-23 02:49:05]
chocopie 4 months agoPlease do not take Natrum Mur-30. In place of Natrum Mur, please take Laki Carb-200 6 pills twice a day. It means
1. Apis-200 6 pills twice a day
2. Kali carb-200 6 pills twice a day
Pl keep 30 to 40 minutes gap between 1 and 2
Pl give feedback after 10 days
♥ homeo_helper 4 months ago
surendrakr 4 months agoTo Surendrakr:
it's under the eyes, the lower lids, like someone who cried a lot before going to bed (if that helps you picturing it), but unfortunately, for me it's every morning and during the day too.
I didn't post my progress because I'm still waiting for the remedy that I ordered online.
Thank you for your interest.
chocopie 4 months ago
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