A 55-year-old lady had been suffering from high blood pressure for over seven years and varicose ulcers in both legs for fifteen years. On 14 November 2015 when she visited the practitioner, the ulcers emitted an odour and were oozing out blood and a whitish fluid. She was in pain. Her legs were swollen, right leg more than the left, and she was unable to walk. On the advice of her doctor, she put bandage on her legs. Her BP was 220/100. She was on allopathic medication for both her conditions but her problems were not resolved. Earlier she had tried ayurvedic and homoeopathic treatments without any benefit.
She was given the following combos:
#1. CC3.3 High Blood Pressure (BP) + CC3.7 Circulation + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic...6TD
#2. CC8.6 Menopause + CC12.1 Adult tonic + CC18.5 Neuralgia…6TD
In the beginning for about a month, the patient continued allopathic treatment along with the above vibro remedies. After seven days, her BP was found to be normal but the patient continued with #1 at 6TD. However the progress with varicose ulcers was slow and improvement in her related symptoms was only 20% in the first 6 weeks.
So on 25 December, #2 was replaced by #3 as follows:
#3. CC21.11 Wounds & Abrasions + #2...6TD
By the end of December, the improvement went up to 50%. The practitioner suggested to her to remove the bandage to keep her legs exposed to air except during travel.
Within two months on 15 January 2016, the patient showed 80% improvement in varicose ulcers. Her legs looked almost normal and she could walk normally. However, the swelling was still there.
Then the patient had to do some travelling as a result of which she experienced a complete relapse of the varicose ulcers. Therefore her prescription was revised as follows on 25 January:
#4. CC10.1 Emergencies + #1...QDS for one month, so #1 was discontinued
#5. CC17.2 Cleansing…TDS for seven days
#6. CC3.7 Circulation + CC21.11 Wounds & Abrasions…6TD in virgin coconut oil for external application after cleaning the wound with water boiled with turmeric, holy basil, pepper stem and leaves, neem leaves, betel leaves and salt.
She continued taking #3 as before.
The changes made in the remedies resulted in draining of fluids from her swollen legs. Her doctors confirmed that it was a positive sign. She improved steadily and within three weeks, by mid-February, there was an overall improvement of 40%. Yellowish coloured wounds had turned red, a likely indicator of improved blood circulation. Swelling in her legs had come down by 65%.
Towards the end of February, as the patient’s condition improved further, #4 was replaced with #1 and #3 and #6 were continued as before. In April the improvement progressed to 60% and to 70% after two months. By 20 August, an overall improvement of 85% was reported. Her wounds almost dried up and skin layers had started forming over the wounds. Her BP consistently remained within normal limits, the latest report in August 2016 shows it to be 128/86. Patient continues to take #1 as a preventive. CC21.1 Skin tonic has been added to #3 and #6 to help her achieve a complete cure. She has not taken any allopathic medicines during the past 8 months.