Arnica + Fish Oil = Hair LossI was recently advised by my doctor to take Arnica 9C (5 balls, 3 times daily) and 6 grams Fish Oil daily for chronic tendonitis and high cholesterol respectively. Within a month, I noticed a dozen hairs on my pillow. Over a month, my loss increased to 30 - 50 hairs daily. I discontinued both items and my hair loss has subsided back to about a dozen a day. Has anyone else experienced this? Was was your solution? Thanks!
John Mathis on 2006-08-03
I have recommended Arnica 30c for hair loss but in your case you state that you have used it for Tendonitis and elevated cholesterol level.
I do not think that Arnica in any potency can help your Tendonitis as the remedy to be used is Ruta Grav 30c in the wet dose which is made up as follows.
Insert 3 pellets of Ruta Grav 30c into a 500ml bottle of spring water. Shake the bottle hard to ensure bubbling and sip a teaspoonful twice daily after shaking the bottle hard 10 times.
You can take Arnica 30c to reduce your cholesterol level but this may take about 2-3 months before you see any improvement. You should also notice that your Blood Pressure will also drop by about 5-10 mm.
You can continue to use your Fish Oil capsules but just 1 per day. 6 gms may be too high a dose.
Please report response in a few weeks.
♡ Joe De Livera last decade
Finally, I have restarted the 6 mg Fish Oil daily and drink Rue tea and use Arnica gel topically when my tendonitis flares up.
Good health to you all.
John Mathis last decade
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