Thuja Homeopathy Remedies For IBS


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In my last post I discussed the first phase of theta homeopathy, which is called rehsophilus. I also pointed out that there are four additional phases, namely catarrh, typhoid, dyspepsia and haemorrhoids. In this article I will go into the details of each phase and how it treats the different symptoms.

In this first part we look at a few examples of commonly prescribed remedies in the homeopathic drug Thuja. These include Belladonna, Claviceps, Hyoscyamus, Phytolacca, and Syphilinum. Let’s start with the last one: Syphilinum. This remedy was the one that irritated my stomach the most. It contained a number of peptides that when combined produced some serious irritation. I don’t know whether it was the belladonna that made me feel this way or if it was something else, but the remedies in this category tend to have an ingredient or two that will give you the most irritation.

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Another example is Arnica 30c, which is also a common thug remedy. At first I thought this was going to be a very powerful remedy, but it seems that, given its potency, it is not. For some reason, I found it difficult to find Arnica on store shelves, even in pharmacies, and I had to look online for it. I think I may have bought some from a health food shop in my local town, but by the time I got it home the effects had worn off.

Other remedies in thus can be grouped around the categories of alkaloids, flavones and acidum. The basic premise behind these is that some substances can prevent other substances getting to our intestines. For example, the bitter substances known as citruses prevent oxalates from getting to our intestines. If citruses are present, some remedies for IBS may contain alkaloids, such as anions, caprice, ergotamines, glycosides and tartrates.

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One of the more interesting types of remedies for IBS is hello. IBS patients often complain of feeling bloated and having cramping when they wake up (sometimes in the morning!). To test whether or not he is present in the remedies for IBS, a patient is asked to swallow a tablet. After one week, if there is no significant bloating or cramping, then the tablet is considered OK. By comparing the results of this test with the symptoms the practitioner gets, he or she will conclude that the remedy contains hello.

One other category of remedies in thuja is based on Lachesis. A Lachesis symptom is the feeling of a lump under the tongue. Normally, Lachesis causes no harm and can be left alone. If this persists, however, an IBS patient may consider using the remedies for Lachesis.

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In the last post, we looked at how the remedies for IBS are used to treat the most common symptom of this condition: cramping. Cramp is caused by abnormal sphincter contractions in the stomach. An interesting aspect of thumb is that it treats the heart of the problem. So, if a patient finds that he is constantly cramping, he should look to use the treatments for IBS using the remedies for IBS with the strongest antispasmodic ingredients, such as the 30ch antispasmodic.

Conclusion

In the last post, we looked at how a patient starts using one of these remedies. The first step is to start using a low dosage, usually a teaspoon a day, so that if it doesn’t work, you can move up to two teaspoons and see if it improves things. Homeopathy is, by definition, a natural form of alternative medicine; if you don’t feel comfortable using remedies for IBS, at least don’t force yourself to!

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