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attn: simone help needed for sulphur 200c possible aggravation

My wife took a total of 5 Sulphur 200c chewable tablets one a day for 5 consecutive days last week.

My wife had symptoms of mild pulsating of the eyes and twitching and body heat.

yesterday 10/8/20 her eyes started pulsating rapidly along with intense twitching and intense contraction also eye lids quivering, symptoms were presentient throughout the night while in bed
, she is also experiencing hot flashes and episodes of heat on her forehead with tension over the eyes.

My wife never takes homeopathy in a dry dose and was assured the remedy had no side effects.

Is this an aggravation from the Sulphur? Is there anything she can take in a wet dose to antidote the symptoms?

She is extremely sensitive to things at this time.

And will the antidote make her situation worse?

thank you,

  declan on 2020-10-09
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Hi Declan,

She can try a dose of nux vomica 30c to help. Or rub something like Vick’s on her chest, arms( bc it has camphor which antidotes) or try a dose of camphor 30c to help.

Btw, no one can tell you a remedy won’t aggravate or cause proving symptoms. I think it best to start with one dose of 30c and see what the reaction is first.
simone717 2 years ago
Dear Simone
Thanks for your reply.
Does she take it in a wet dose and how many times does she succuss it?

declan 2 years ago
She can take in a wet dose. Shake or hit the container 7 or 8 times.
simone717 2 years ago
Thanks how many oz’s of water? 100 mil ok?
declan 2 years ago
simone717 2 years ago
declan 2 years ago

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