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I have a family member suffering from mental health problems for over 3 years.  Started with anxiety and led to depression and now other health problems. Over 3 years of counselling  and various doctors who can’t figure out any underlying cause or solution that works.  Everything suggested provides no relief or temporary relief if any. Basically we are lost. 

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Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki fateh

Veerji, do Sarab Rog Ka Aukhad Naam.It will work.If you can't do it you can do Chaupai Sahib.It works.Just make sure you have your faith in the True Doctor.

 

Bhul Chuk Maf

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5 hours ago, Guest Singh said:

I have a family member suffering from mental health problems for over 3 years.  Started with anxiety and led to depression and now other health problems. Over 3 years of counselling  and various doctors who can’t figure out any underlying cause or solution that works.  Everything suggested provides no relief or temporary relief if any. Basically we are lost. 

Anxiety could be due to an imbalance of nutrients and presence of heavy metals. It happened to me following a month of allopathic medication. I was cured after 2 tablets of Aconite from a homeopath.  I now stay away from this.

You can get a profile if your heavy metals and minerals using either a hair strand test or an Oligoscan, privately. Then use chelation therapy and diet to address imbalances. 

If after doing this there are still problems then some of the suggestions by @GurjantGnosticcould be attempted. 

 

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On 5/1/2021 at 11:11 AM, Suchi said:

Anxiety could be due to an imbalance of nutrients and presence of heavy metals. It happened to me following a month of allopathic medication. I was cured after 2 tablets of Aconite from a homeopath.  I now stay away from this.

You can get a profile if your heavy metals and minerals using either a hair strand test or an Oligoscan, privately. Then use chelation therapy and diet to address imbalances. 

If after doing this there are still problems then some of the suggestions by @GurjantGnosticcould be attempted. 

 

aconite is a poison.  i presume you mean homeopathic aconite, which wont contain any actual aconite?

 

 

 

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9 hours ago, Guest guest said:

aconite is a poison.  i presume you mean homeopathic aconite, which wont contain any actual aconite?

 

 

 

Yes homeopathically, it contains the memory of aconite. I have been using it regularly for a number of years and it is very powerful. Please do some research to learn of its benefits. 

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On 5/1/2021 at 12:50 AM, Shaheed4life said:

Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki fateh

Veerji, do Sarab Rog Ka Aukhad Naam.It will work.If you can't do it you can do Chaupai Sahib.It works.Just make sure you have your faith in the True Doctor.

 

Bhul Chuk Maf

I guess playing this on repeat in the persons bedroom is ok? 

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On 5/1/2021 at 5:39 AM, Guest Singh said:

I have a family member suffering from mental health problems for over 3 years.  Started with anxiety and led to depression and now other health problems. Over 3 years of counselling  and various doctors who can’t figure out any underlying cause or solution that works.  Everything suggested provides no relief or temporary relief if any. Basically we are lost. 

If you're looking for a cost effective treatment you may wish to try 

Bicarbonate of soda and honey in a glass of water daily. Start with 1/2 tsp if each. It's effective as a detox.  

Good luck. 

 

 

 

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On 5/27/2021 at 9:21 PM, Guest Singh said:

I guess playing this on repeat in the persons bedroom is ok? 

Yes definitely veerji.Listening to Gurbani is also good.

 

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On 5/7/2021 at 1:14 AM, Suchi said:

Yes homeopathically, it contains the memory of aconite. I have been using it regularly for a number of years and it is very powerful. Please do some research to learn of its benefits. 

How long does it take to work and is it something that needs to be taken on an ongoing basis. Can it be taken along with meds give by psychiatrist? 
thanks 

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17 hours ago, Guest Singh said:

How long does it take to work and is it something that needs to be taken on an ongoing basis. Can it be taken along with meds give by psychiatrist? 
thanks 

If you are given the right dose it should start working straightaway. You can take it alongside with meds. 

Without consulting a qualified homeopath I usually start with a dose at 30c of any homeopathic remedy that can be bought from a pharmacy or health food shop. If it doesn't work within a day of two I will try another remedy. 

So you could start at 30c for Aconite to test it. If it works then I suggest you take it as long as you have symptoms.  

Otherwise consult with a qualified homeopath who will take a detailed medical and lifestyle history before suggesting a remedy. They may start at a high dose once a week/ month. But these high doses, though more diluted, are very powerful and can cause discomfort if they are too powerful.

This has happened to me on occasion so you have to wait for the symptoms to subside before taking a reduced dose.  The levels I'm talking about are 1M that is 1000 times diluted whereas 30c is 30 times dilution.  So better to start low and go up in steps.

I hope this helps. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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On 4/30/2021 at 9:39 PM, Guest Singh said:

I have a family member suffering from mental health problems for over 3 years.  Started with anxiety and led to depression and now other health problems. Over 3 years of counselling  and various doctors who can’t figure out any underlying cause or solution that works.  Everything suggested provides no relief or temporary relief if any. Basically we are lost. 

Has the person been tested for all deficiencies? Sometimes a lack or excess of some minerals, electrolytes and vitamins can cause neuro-psych issues. 

Your friend has mental and health issues which maybe points toward something affecting his physical health. Too much calcium can cause mental and health issues as well as many other things. 

So maybe get tested for electrolytes sodium potassium calcium magnesium phosphorus ( a basic BMP or CMP lab checks all of them at once). Also the minerals (copper, zinc, iron, selenium, iodine) all vitamins esp B12 and D and hormones ( thyroid, cortisol)

And follow the good lifestyle advicr given above. But if you want more systematic, check out satvic movement on youtube

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Unfortunately, the health system focuses on only scans and medicine. My advice comes from over 100 books, SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH, and several doctors (not "Doctors)." 

Focus on super healthy diet. Now, see doctors reports what deficiency your loved one has. No deficiency detected? No problem. Be sure your loved one is getting all the 26 vitamin and minerals on a DAILY basis. Light cooked or light steamed vegetables with brown rice, roti with daal or sabji (as we usually cook). In the morning drink a huge mug of Horlicks for breakfast (in warm water or milk), snacking should be fresh fruits. 

Now, loved one may complain or say no but u must encourage and enable them. Will not be easy, hard 2 weeks, but six months down the line they may thank you. NO junk, NO fizzy. Just water, milk and fresh juices made from home. 

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59 minutes ago, Singh1989 said:

Unfortunately, the health system focuses on only scans and medicine. My advice comes from over 100 books, SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH, and several doctors (not "Doctors)." 

Focus on super healthy diet. Now, see doctors reports what deficiency your loved one has. No deficiency detected? No problem. Be sure your loved one is getting all the 26 vitamin and minerals on a DAILY basis. Light cooked or light steamed vegetables with brown rice, roti with daal or sabji (as we usually cook). In the morning drink a huge mug of Horlicks for breakfast (in warm water or milk), snacking should be fresh fruits. 

Now, loved one may complain or say no but u must encourage and enable them. Will not be easy, hard 2 weeks, but six months down the line they may thank you. NO junk, NO fizzy. Just water, milk and fresh juices made from home. 

Do you know what foods can remove heavy metal such as aluminium from the body? Also how to deal with radiation poisoning? I believe it is very difficult to remove these from the body using food so I'd be interested in your views. 

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