anxiety after taking hypericum200chi joe and everyone,
i have a herniated disc in my lower back in which i was taking hypericum 30c and arnica 30c in the wet dose and was doing very well. and joe you mentioned about taking 200c in the hypericum so i ordered it and it came yesterday, i made the wet dose of it and took a sip and about ten minutes or so later i started getting the feelings in my chest like anxiety, i would get the same feelings around pms time, i was wondering is there anything to take the feeling away and should i stop taking it, also i havn't noticed any marked improvement with the pain. i was thinking maybe the dose was too high for me, also if it gives me the feelings of anxiety, do you think it will take them feelings away if i took it around the time of the mnonth when my pms has started?
elainesmyth68 on 2006-10-02
I believe that if you do not use it for a few days you will get over your feeling of anxiety which is unusual and has not been reported to me before.
The Hypericum is to help deaden the pain that you have been suffering from your back and the Arnica is to help cure it.
It is best not to post on a new thread as you have been using your old thread where this post should really be as I could have missed it.
♡ Joe De Livera last decade
Thanks for your quick reply, what do you think about using the hypericum 200c again when i get anxiety around my period time pms? should i try it then, i'm just thinkin homeopathy is treating like for like? so if it made me have the anxiety feelings then it might treat them when i get them naturally? if this is true it could help other people who get anxiety, cause i've never got help with treating my anxiety with pms before, was just a thought.
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