Proving arnica 1mAbout 2 years ago I was rear ended in a car accident where my head hit the head rest. I have had head aches, cranial misalignments, shoulder knots, and general inflammation in my skull since. I started using arnica 1m, 3 small pellets whenever i had a very bad headache or when i would hit my head which has become a habit since the accident. it seemed to help me like nothing else to relieve the pressure. Well the other day i tripped and was all out of whack, took a dose of 1m and now have broken out into several rashes on the body, not to mention it came out on my nipples. Is this a proving? i noticed my lower back is feeling very very stiff and my head is a mess. i've already been to the chiro for an adjustment. what can i do to antidote the arnica? How can I get back the good changes i've had from it before last week? thank you.
azsand on 2006-05-21
Camphora antidotes Arnica, as it does many other remedies.
Talk to Joe De Livera who will guide you from here, I'm sure.
Don't worry, you can get back on track, but remember , homeopathy is not to be used in such material doses with such frequency.
carlotta last decade
I would suggest that you use the 30c potency in the wet dose which is made by inserting 3 pellets into a 500ml bottle of spring water which is shaken hard to succuss the remedy before you sip a teaspoonful 3 times daily.
I believe that you should notice considerable relief of your present ailment which you suffered as a result of the motor accident.
Please report response in a week.
♡ Joe De Livera last decade
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