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Gustatory rhinitis 02870...USA

An 82-year old male, a medical doctor by profession, and who happens to be practitioner’s father, had gustatory rhinitis for the past 10 years. His nose would start to run as soon as he started eating --especially when he ate hot and spicy food during lunch and dinner.  His nose would run so continuously and profusely that the nasal secretions would drip onto the food and he would have to keep wiping off the secretions with a tissue while eating. The patient had consulted his medical colleagues including gastroenterologists on how to deal with this condition. More than a year ago (in the early part of 2013), he was prescribed the antihistamine Desloratadine 5 mg (1 tablet at night after dinner). He reported that the antihistamines only improved his condition by 25% and his nose continued to run during meals.  
On 18 February 2014, he was given the following:
CC19.1 Chest tonic + CC19.2 Respiratory allergies...TDS
Although he was given the remedies in February, he admitted he rarely took them as he was sceptical as to whether it would work and decided to give it a try at the end of April 2014. Within a week of taking the remedy on a regular basis (he reported he took it about twice a day), he observed that his nose leaked much less when eating. On 1 May, he reported that for the first time during and after meals, his nose did not leak at all. He reported that by 29 May, he saw a consistent, steady and stable improvement in his condition, with 90% reduction in nasal secretions. By June 2014, the nasal secretions completely ceased and continued to stay that way for all of July and August.  But unfortunately after August, the patient did not continue taking Vibrionics despite repeated requests and reminders from the practitioner. The 100 % improvement (i.e., absolutely no nasal secretions) continued for an entire month (all of September 2014) after he had stopped taking the remedies.  Then his nose gradually started leaking again in October 2014 and to date (16 March 2015) his condition is almost as bad as it was when he was first given Vibrionics.  
The practitioner's comment:
This case speaks powerfully to the need for taking Vibrionics remedies regularly in a disciplined way. 

The editor's comment:
It is important that the dosage of a vibrionics remedy should follow a carefully-designed reduction procedure.