A male carpenter aged 42 had low blood pressure for the past 20 years and fatigue for a year. He was on allopathic treatment for low BP with no relief. He had to temporarily suspend his carpentry work, instead started delivering newspapers every morning to about 24 high rise buildings. During his delivery rounds, he could not visit a washroom resulting in pressure and pain in his bladder. He had irregular meal times and took tea frequently. He was addicted to chewing betel leaf.
On 10 May 2017 he was given the following remedy:
CC3.2 Bleeding disorders + CC4.1 Digestion tonic + CC12.1 Adult tonic + CC13.1 Kidney & Bladder tonic + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic + CC18.1 Brain disabilities…TDS
After two weeks, he reported total relief from fatigue. After another week his BP was found normal and his physician discontinued his medicine for low BP. The practitioner advised him to continue the remedy OD for a month. Soon his tea consumption reduced considerably and he started taking lunch properly. He resumed his carpentry work in addition to continuing his newspaper rounds. The patient stopped coming for remedies stating he was fine. As of December 2018 his BP continues to remain normal and he feels fit to carry on his profession. He continues to chew the betel leaf with no inclination to kick the habit.