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Nat Suph as a remedy for head injury

My father fell off hi bike a few years back and has suffred headaches ever since. We are assuming these are connected to the fall. I heard that a few doses of nat. sul. 30c will help. Can any one advise? I have purchased nat sul in 6c but have not given this to my father as I have also ordered 30c potency.

  Tidalfire on 2006-04-10
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not knowing anymore about headache characteristics--or whether any veertabral mechanical damage...arnica is possible starting point as wellas nat-s --as mentioned..but uslaly in case as this after analysis---i start with single dose arnica 200c--having patient stay away from alcohol and other acidic foods and drinks...noting response or lack of -will -determine next step---nat -s would be my secondary choice--seen too many cases where injury many years before as causation of long lasting complaint--only to be relieved after arnica.....

if use nat-s 30c in single dose and observe---may ned go to 200c or even 1m depending on response---if lack of response after single doses 30c and 200c --then consider arnica
John Stanton last decade
Hi John

many thanks for your advice. I will try the arnica first. I am assuming that I can order 200c over the counter at my local Health shop rather than making an appointment with the Homeo. practitioner?

Tidalfire last decade
depends where your located---but can usually get up to 30c us health store--and sometimes 200c or 1M...can easily order if local store dont have--in india local pharmacy have all..
John Stanton last decade

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