For the past two years, a 52-year-old female had been suffering from acid reflux, constipation, and phobias of the sudden sound of a pressure cooker whistle or food mixer, and electric shock from an iron or a mobile charger. For acid reflux and constipation, she was prescribed allopathic medicines to be taken for six months. As there was no improvement, she stopped these after one month and switched to homoeopathic treatment which she took for four months. As this also did not help, she opted for vibrionics. On 17 Feb 2020, she approached the practitioner who gave the following remedy:
CC4.2 Liver & Gallbladder tonic + CC4.4 Constipation + CC4.6 Diarrhoea + CC4.10 Indigestion + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic…TDS
The patient was advised to drink more water, maintain regular meal timings, and avoid highly spicy or deep-fried food. After three weeks on 9 March, the patient reported that all her gastric symptoms had completely disappeared and she had overcome her fears. The dosage was reduced to OD for two weeks and the remedy stopped on 25 March. There has been no recurrence as of Dec 2020.