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Stroke and paralysie

A month and 1/2 after a stroke my sister is still paralyzed on the left side, there is some movement in the leg but the left hand and arm are still completely numb. Based on my research Arnica is a great medication for such a case, is it still time to start and homeopathic treatment?
she is 63 years old, used to smoke before the stroke and had very high cholesterol. She is no longer on blood thinner medication. Her memory is affected by 10%.
thank you.
[Edited by MFL on 2020-02-19 04:28:52]
 
  MFL on 2020-02-19
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
It’s never too late to use Arnica so yes, you can start with Arnica 30c once daily.
Get a clean bottle ( 150 ml) and just put a few drops of arnica. Shake the bottle hard 5 times and give 1 teaspoon from there as one dose. You need to shake the bottle hard every time before giving the remedy.

Also, there are many remedies for stroke. It depends on individuals symptoms, and which type of stroke ( ischemic or hemorrhagic) so if you can provide more info ( like her speech affected as well?) it's easy to find the right remedy.
[Edited by Tui on 2020-02-19 04:42:50]
 
Tui 5 months ago
Her speech was affected at first by 10 percent, it has gotten much better to maybe 2 percent now.
Ischemic stroke. she is able to eat, speak.
 
MFL 5 months ago
I have Arnica 6x in pellet forms, is it ok?
 
MFL 5 months ago
Probably better to take C potency as I suggested.
 
Tui 5 months ago

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