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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Answer Corner

Vol 15 Issue 1
January / February 2024

Q1. During the AVP course, it was advised that it is better to add a smaller number of Combos to the remedy as a better line of treatment. But we are adding 13 Combos in the IB. Will it work that effectively?

A. First, there are no hard and fast rules on how many combos can be mixed together. It is always advisable to mix only the combos directly related to the illness being treated. It is important that at the start of your practice, by giving fewer remedies, you study the effect of individual remedies and how well each one is working. But with experience, you will know and can decide as to which combos when given together are working well. Immunity Booster IB is a special example. Covid-19 affected many systems in the body, hence the large number of combos in IB. Our advice to new practitioners is to stick to the minimum number of combos but as you know, you may additionally add certain tonics. Then later when you have the requisite experience you can start adding more remedies, but always the ones related to the disorder.


Q2. Why don't we prescribe QDS and BD dosages in normal course of our treatment protocol?

A. We have found from experience that the most common dosage, which works well is TDS. It is convenient and practical - a dose in the morning on getting up and a dose at bedtime, and one in between, preferably before lunch. When no dosage is written, it automatically means TDS. We do use QDS but in practice it is more difficult to follow. In many appropriate cases, we do of course prescribe BD.


Q3. These days air pollution, especially in big cities in India has surpassed the Air Quality Index AQI limit of 60 recommended by WHO. Recently in Delhi, AQI had gone beyond 500. Is there a remedy to combat the ill effects of such pollution?

A. Yes, use the following remedies:

For SRHVP users: SM14 Chemical Poison + SM31 Lung & Chest + SM35 Sinus + SR272 Arsen Alb 30C + SR292 Graphites 30C + SR349 Euphrasia 6X + SR399 Nux Mosch

For 108CC users: CC19.2 Respiratory allergies + CC19.3 Chest infections chronic + CC19.6 Cough chronic


Q4. If a patient, especially a child accidentally swallows the remedy water/pill instead of keeping it under the tongue, will the remedy work?

A. The vibrations will work but may be less effective because they are best absorbed under the tongue where there is a concentration of nerve endings. It may be better to take that dose again. For guidance on administering vibrations to infants or newborns, refer to vol 2 #3.Q5, vol 3 #6.Q2 and vol 14 #3.Q1.


Q5. What is the latest advice relating to recharging of my 108CC box?

A. This question was adequately addressed in vol 14 #4 Q2, where you will also find other previous references. Nevertheless, during the Covid pandemic many practitioners, unable to recharge their 108CC box, reported their CCs were equally effective even after three years of recharge. We may well attribute this to His grace. Further, remember that our research team is continually updating the remedies which are added to the Master Box periodically. Therefore, it is advisable to recharge your box every two years.


Q6. While preparing a remedy using multiple cards with SRHVP, having taken the remedy bottle out of its well, where should I place it? Should there be a minimum distance between the machine and the bottle?

A. We should keep a reasonable distance, say at least 6 inches or 15 cm, between the bottle and the SRHVP. It is best to place the bottle on the right side of SRHVP since on the left side, there is a strong magnet underneath the sample well and it can neutralise the remedy if kept very close to it.