skin issue for my wife- eczema Page 4 of 4
One other issue came up. A very bad pain above and behind her right shouldblade, running to the spine. she had this symptom quite often after the birth of our son, when her symptoms as a whole were at their worst. It came back yesterday, but appears better today. not sure if this is significant.
john34 last decade
sorry it has been so long since I updated on my wife's case. I wanted to let some more time go by... and figured a few things out.
Some time ago, I bought some liquid remedies. Sulphur for my son, lycopodium for myself, and of course nat mur for my wife. We eached dosed at the same time... and honestly, nothing happened, at all.
I went back and tried my dry pellets that I had before... and had a favorable reaction. I think for whatever reason the brand of liquid remedies i bought must not have been any good. So I then bought my wife nat mur 200c, pellets, from standard homeopathic... dissolved in water (one dose) and let her drink it over 4 hours). She did this twice in the last month.
I observed the following reactions since she started nat mur. overall her mood is much much better. she broke out in horrible acne on her face, and some on her back. the acne is better now, but still present. she had the pain in her shoulder, which is better now as well. her menstral cycle has changed, it moved up, it came every 3 weeks insead of four, and the aches and feeling was more intense. the eczema on her neck is better. there does not appear to be as much skin flaking off. but, the color is still off, still itches a bit... and skin is still raised. her last dose was 1.5 weeks ago.
what do you think?
john34 last decade
Your experience with the remedy quality reminds me of GV's advice regarding the administration of medicine.
He normally recommends max. three doses of dry pellets and asks the patient to wait for a month atleast.
He says somewhere that he prefers to give those three doses (same medicine, same potency) from three different manufacturers. His logic is that atleast one of them will be good and work.
If a well selected remedy is not working as expected, it is prudent to doubt the quality of the remedy. I know my peers are rising an eyebrow on reading this, but it is something to consider seriously.
I am glad you did the right thing.By now, you know what will be my advice. : )
I prefer to wait for atleast two weeks more before we assess the case once again.
♡ gavinimurthy last decade
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