Sai Vibrionics Newsletter

" Whenever you see a sick person, a dispirited, disconsolate or diseased person, there is your field of seva. " Sri Sathya Sai Baba
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Vol 14 Issue 2
March / April 2023

Q1. What is Hypervitaminosis and how do we treat this with Vibrionics? 

A. While vitamins can help prevent certain chronic diseases, taking high doses of vitamin supplements can lead to a condition called Hypervitaminosis. Water-soluble vitamins B and C are readily excreted from the body, except that excessive intake of B3 Niacin and B6 Pyridoxine can lead to liver damage and nerve damage respectively. Fat-soluble vitamins A, D, and E can be stored in tissues and are more likely to cause toxicity which can lead to various symptoms such as over-excitement, irritability and frequent urination, eye irritation, rapid heartbeat, bone, joint and muscle pain. The patient then must immediately stop the intake of supplements, start drinking lots of water to flush out toxins and take CC4.2 Liver & Gallbladder tonic + CC12.1 Adult tonic + CC13.1 Kidney & Bladder tonic…TDS for four weeks. Depending on the symptoms, CC3.1 Heart tonic or CC20.4 Muscles & Supportive tissue may also be considered.


Q2. Can I mail liquid remedies for eyes, ears and nose to patients, especially abroad?

A. Within the country, there is no problem with sending liquid remedies (of course not in alcohol) in an air-tight container. However, it is preferable to get the remedy directly from a local practitioner whose details can be obtained from p[email protected]. We don’t recommend mailing remedies abroad, whether liquid or pills, as these are subject to radiation from x-ray machines and custom formalities. In any case, do not use water remedy prepared from pills to be used as eye or ear drops.


Q3. I keep coming across situations where a patient has full faith in Vibrionics but the recovery is not along expected lines, what should I do?

A. It is true to say that faith goes a long way in the healing process, nevertheless we all have an expectation sometime or the other that a patient should get well quickly. Here we should remember “Man treats but God cures”. As the only healer, God is curing the patient and only He knows what is best for the patient. Since God always responds to a genuine prayer emanating from a pure heart, it will be best to drop any expectations and instead, we sincerely pray to Him with full faith.


Q4. Patients tend to keep to themselves certain things, unknown to practitioners but could be vital for a complete cure. How can I find out such information?

A. Such information is most likely to be personal to the patient and so he may be unwilling to disclose this to a stranger, in this case the practitioner. It is therefore important to establish a rapport with the patient and this may take more than just the first meeting. When the patient is ready to open up, he can be guided to be more forthcoming. There may be other information of which the patient may be completely unaware, and this may relate to the root cause of his particular illness. Such details should be obtained by gently questioning the patient, preferably in the 1st meeting itself, as per the guidelines in the AVP manual.


Q5. Some patients are reluctant to follow the reduction procedure after the complete disappearance of their symptoms. How can I ensure that they comply?

A. A practitioner should ensure that his patient clearly understands that the disease is likely to return if the remedy is suddenly discontinued. It is a bit like withdrawal symptoms appearing when an allopathic drug, being taken for long by a patient, is stopped suddenly. It is much easier for the body to maintain its improved state when it is weaned off the remedy by following the reduction procedure, so its importance should be stressed upon the patient. Once that is done, the patient is more likely to comply and if not, he would learn the hard way when his symptoms come back!


Q6. Can Vibrionics be taken along with Chyavanprash, an ayurvedic tonic?

A. As per our AVP manual, all ayurvedic tonics can be taken along with our remedies. Chyavanprash, an ayurvedic dietary supplement, is a cooked mixture of jaggery, honey, ghee, Indian gooseberry (amla), sesame oil, berries and various herbs and spices. It is prepared as per the instructions from ayurvedic texts. Also refer to our newsletter vol 10 issue 4, Jul-Aug 2019.