A 52-year-old woman came to the practitioner on 15 May 2015 seeking treatment for diabetes, which had been diagnosed six months earlier (Fasting blood sugar: 190mg/dL, normal 70-110mg/dL; Post-meal: 250mg/dL, normal 70 to 150mg/dL). Her diabetes was still not under control as shown by the results of a random blood sugar test that day (316mg/dL, compared with the normal 70-130mg/dL). The patient had not been able to take allopathic treatment because she had a severe allergy to Metformin and other diabetes drugs (She also had allergies to foods such as brinjal, fish and potato.). A single tablet of Metformin caused diarrhoea, dizziness and rashes, so she had tried homeopathic remedies without getting better. For the past three months she had been feeling weak and fatigued, she had developed a burning sensation in her feet, and she was experiencing a more frequent need to urinate, 2 to 3 times every night, which was disturbing her sleep. The patient worked as a washerwoman in multiple homes and suffered from a life of physical and mental stress. Her father was also a diabetic. The practitioner felt that her stressful life along with her genetic predisposition to diabetes may have triggered the condition.
The practitioner gave her:
CC4.2 Liver & Gallbladder tonic + CC6.3 Diabetes + CC12.1 Adult tonic + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic...TDS.
The vibrionics treatment made a significant difference. In ten days the burning sensation in her feet was half of what it was before, and she was getting up to go to the bathroom only once during the night instead of 2-3times. Her blood sugar began to drop. In two months, her post-meal blood sugar was down to 156mg/dL. After another 1½ months’ treatment, both her fasting and post-meal blood sugars were perfectly normal (Fasting: 92mg/dL, Post-meal: 115mg/dL; 11 September 2015).
In a follow up test on 29 October, a slight rise was seen in the post-meal blood sugar (Fasting: 90mg/dL , Post-meal: 181mg/dL). Upon further enquiry, the patient’s son mentioned that on 19 October his mother had come down with a viral fever and had been treated with allopathic drugs including antibiotics for six days. During this time, she did not take her vibrionics remedy. Nevertheless, at this time the patient said that the weakness and fatigue were 50% better. The neuropathy in her feet remained unchanged since the earlier improvement. The practitioner asked the patient not to stop vibrionics and encouraged her to seek his opinion if in doubt.
As of November 2015, the patient continues to take the remedy TDS and is very happy that her diabetes is now under control.