Thuja for epiglottis cystsHi,
I have a cyst on my epiglotis. I have taken thuja 30c for three days which seemed to ease the swelling. I had this operated on last year and it has recurred. I didn't do well with general anaesthetic so I would like to heal naturally this time.
Would you advise taking 200c in order to help the process?
Or is another remedy more suitable? I have had Ranulas before and have also been recommended by a homeopath to use Thuja in the past so I thought I would revisit.
I suffer from imflammation and my body struggles to detox I am always following detox protocols such as charcoal, EPSOM baths etc. I was diagnosed with heavy metal poisoning and have reduced the levels of the metals down significantly. It was aluminium, lead, mercury and thallium poisoning.
I have also worked a lot on restoring gut flora to normal. Still struggle with digestion of various foods. I mainly eat ketogenic.
I am 37 years old
Thanks for any advice you can give me.
Laurence82 on 2020-03-04
FEEDBACK AFTER 7 DAYS.
♡ anuj srivastava last year
WHY YOU STARTED DETOX ?
WHAT HAPPENED EARLIER
WHY YOU ARE STRUGGLING TO MAINTAIN A HEALTHY GUT ? ANY PAST HISTORY
AND ALSO ENDOSCOPY REPORT
♡ drjitesh last year
Much less frequent after removing dairy from diet.
2 years ago diagnosed with chronic fatigue
After investigation found to have heavy metal poisoning.
2 years or following detox protocol have reduced metal load on body.
Operation to remove cyst last November
Cyst come back now
No real illnesss other than this detox issue and the cysts around the mouth and in throat
Also suffer from piles and prostate when inflammation is high
Anxiety and depression when imflamation high
Prone to overthinking
Laurence82 last year
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