A 42-year-old college principal had varicose veins for 7 years. The veins in his legs were swollen and were dark black in colour. When he visited the practitioner, these were extremely painful and one vein had swollen so much that it burst open. As it had bled, it had been bandaged and had turned into an ulcer. The patient did not have diabetes and he hadn’t pursued any other treatment.
On 23 May 2017, he was given the following remedy:
#1. CC3.1 Heart tonic + CC3.7 circulation + CC21.11 Wounds & Abrasions...6TD for 3 days then TDS
The practitioner was out of the country for two months so there was no contact with the patient but he continued with the remedy. On his return in July 2017, the patient reported that the ulcer had disappeared completely within one week. After two months of vibrionics treatment his overall condition had improved by 80% both in terms of pain and swelling.
As now there was no need for CC21.11 Wounds & Abrasions the remedy was changed to:
#2. CC3.1 Heart tonic + CC3.7 circulation...OD
The practitioner went abroad again and met the patient in February 2018. He was informed that all the swelling and pain had gone long ago and the remedy had been stopped. During a further review in May 2018, the patient confirmed and that he never took any other medication, there has been no recurrence of the condition and he is absolutely fine.
When a practitioner is going away for an extended period of time, it’s best for him to arrange for his patients to be attended to by another nearby practitioner. Check with the Country Coordinator for practitioners’ details OR if within India, write to the healerInfo team at: [email protected].