On 11 June 2016, during the practitioner’s regular visit to an old age home, a 60-year-old male sought treatment for headaches which he had for 20 years. These were caused by exposure to the sun and wearing a cap did not help. He would simply avoid going out in the sun and take a pain killer if needed. He also had slight itching on the scalp. He felt that perhaps his blood pressure went up when he was exposed to the sun. He was given:
#1. CC3.3 High Blood Pressure (BP) + CC3.7 Circulation + CC11.3 Headaches + CC11.4 Migraines + CC21.3 Skin allergies…TDS
Within a month his headache and itching had vanished and as of June 17, these have not recurred.
On 18 March 2017, the patient complained that he had been suffering from pimples on his head for the last 6 months. These would appear as soon as he applied oil on his hair. He was given:
#2. CC21.2 Skin infections + CC21.3 Skin allergies…6TD, also for external application
After two weeks on 3 April 2017, he was 50% better. The dosage was reduced to TDS. By the end of April, he was 100% fine. He continued the remedy until the pills were finished in May 2017. As of now, there is no recurrence.