An 82-year-old female with severe tinnitus requested vibrionics treatment from the practitioner on 15 August 2015. She had lived with this condition for a year and had been hearing various loud noises in both her ears. Her GP had diagnosed infection in her ears and treated her with gentamycin antibiotic ear drops for a year. Yet, her symptoms did not subside. She was given the following combo in olive oil to be used as ear drops as she refused to take the remedy orally:
CC5.1 Ear infections + CC5.3 Meniere’s disease…BD, two drops at a time
She stopped using gentamycin despite the practitioner’s advice to continue the antibiotic along with vibrionics.
Within a week she recovered completely and stopped using the remedy. On a follow-up call in August 2017, the patient confirmed that this condition had not recurred.