A 48-year-old female, bothered by multiple health problems for the past 4 years, approached the practitioner on 4 November 2017. Though her periods were regular, excessive flow during the second day of menstruation coupled with cramps made her very weak and inactive for a few days. As far as possible, she would avoid taking allopathic medicine (as it irritated her stomach), even though it took her a week or two to return to normalcy. In addition, she complained of pain in the right heel, varicose veins on both legs, dryness and itching around the calf and ankle areas, and Vitamin-D deficiency diagnosed by test.
The practitioner gave:
CC3.7 Circulation + CC8.4 Ovaries & Uterus + CC8.7 Menses frequent + CC12.1 Adult tonic + CC20.4 Muscles & Supportive tissue…TDS
For vitamin D deficiency, she was advised to expose herself to the sun for at least half an hour per day.
After 3 days, she had a period with normal flow and did not suffer from any cramps. She expressed her awe at the speed at which she got relief. She remained active during and after the menses without any problem and continued taking the remedy sincerely without missing even a single dose. After 3 weeks her heel pain was almost gone. After another month on 2 January 2018, the dryness and itching around the calf and ankles disappeared. On 4 April 2018 she reported that the veins in the legs that had started looking 50% better since January, now became normal. She was advised to exercise her leg muscles regularly and eat nutritious food. There was neither recurrence of menstrual disorder during the past four months nor did the need arise for pain medication. So, the dosage was gradually reduced over a period of 6 weeks and stopped on 16 May 2018. Fully convinced of the efficacy of vibrionics, she has been referring all her family members, friends, and relatives to the practitioner. As of December 2019, none of the symptoms has recurred.