Arthritis PainHello I am an aged man. I had a right knee replacement 7 years back. It took a long time to recover but the knee is fine. No pain. But the left knee is bothering a lot. I had a few orthoscopies done. Then had some new medications injected (6 times). There is still some swelling, pain. Otherwise I am very healthy. No pressure, diabetes. I bike 3 miles a day, go to the gym. I can't walk much. Very healthy vegetarian food. Go for regular checkups. Is there any medication in homeopathy that can alleviate the pain. I know it may be too late to be completely cured at my age, but something to reduce the swelling and make it less painfull so I can do my ordinary chores with a little more ease?
arthur67 on 2006-11-19
Re: Osteoarthritis From Joe De Livera on 2006-01-28
You will require 2 remedies for helping with your problem.
Rhus Tox 1M and
Both remedies should be used in the liquid dose which is made up as follows:
Get 2 500ml bottles of spring water
Pour out 50ml or 1 inch to leave space for air at the top
Put in 3 globules of each remedy into 2 separate bottles and wait a few minutes for the globules to dissolve.
Hit the bottle hard on your palm or a cushion and watch for the water to fizzle like when you open a bottle of soda. This is called succussion and should be done 6-8 times before each dose.
Sip a teaspoonful of each remedy twice daily for the first week and reduce to once daily thereafter.
Keep an hour between each remedy.
Report response in a week.
♡ Joe De Livera last decade
Never two medicines together.
Homeopathy treats the whole person, based on his signs and symptoms. Not by the name of disease.
Please tell your age and as much as you can about you as a person.
We will try to help you in the proper way.
♡ gavinimurthy last decade
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