A 63-year-old female was suffering from anxiety, depression, panic attacks and a touch of insomnia for the past 10 years. She had become totally dependent on allopathic medications because these helped control the panic attacks; also, she was able to go to work and carry on with her normal activities. If she stopped taking them for a while, her symptoms would return and her condition worsen. She would only feel better if she was to re-start the medication and then it would take her a long time to normalise. The current phase of illness started on 1 April 2016 when the panic attacks became very severe coupled with constant buzzing (tinnitus) in her head and loss of appetite. She would just go to work and return straight home and had no interest in going out or receiving visitors at home. The continuous buzzing sound in her ears was keeping her awake and the sleeping tablets did not help. It was so bothersome that she had to stop going to work in July 2016. As the doctors wanted to determine the cause of buzzing, on 24 July 2016, she was sent for an MRI scan of the brain but her condition deteriorated. Even though she believed strongly in allopathy, due to their 20-year-old friendship, she agreed to see the practitioner on 23 August 2016. She was given:
#1. CC5.3 Meniere’s disease + CC10.1 Emergencies + CC12.1 Adult tonic + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic + CC15.2 Psychiatric disorders + CC15.6 Sleep disorders + CC17.3 Brain & Memory tonic…TDS
The patient’s twin sister was in touch with the practitioner and told her that she did not take #1 after the first dose. During the next two months her condition was progressively getting worse, so she was moving in and out of hospital. She was hardly eating anything, became very weak and of course she could not sleep. She was in no position to go out of the house. All this made her feel there was nothing anyone could do to help. She told her sister that she felt she was going to die.
In desperation, the sister contacted the practitioner on 28 October 2016. As the patient had no inclination to take the vibro remedy the sister asked if anything could be done for her. Having just completed her SVP course the practitioner offered to treat by broadcasting which started on 31 October using a full length picture of the patient. The combo used was:
#2. NM5 Brain TS + NM6 Calming + NM12 Combination-12 + NM88 Meniere's Disease + SM39 Tension + SM41 Uplift...TDS
The same day, the patient felt calmer and had a little food. That evening itself she went out to see her son and grandchildren. While the broadcasting continued, she ate a little more each day and even started to converse normally. In just 3 days there was 50% improvement in her panic attacks and appetite but the buzzing in her head continued. So on 3 November 2016, the remedy was enhanced to:
#3. SM19 Ears + #2...TDS
By 8 November 2016, the patient was a lot better but the buzzing sound in her head was only 50% better. She had only now received the MRI scan results which showed everything was normal. The patient was now willing to take the remedy orally so her sister delivered #3 to her and so broadcasting was stopped.
By the last week of January 2017 the buzzing in the ear had reduced by 60%. At this juncture, she was seen by a consultant who diagnosed that the buzzing was caused by chemical poisoning due to taking a mixture of allopathic medicines over a long period of time. The doctors started to reduce the medicines while she continued taking vibrionics and she made rapid progress to 90% improvement in all her symptoms by the end of March.
So, the dosage was reduced to BD with advice to gradually taper it down before stopping. There was 100% recovery by end of July 2017. She is not taking any allopathic medication and is completely normal and started fulltime work in September 2017.
Practitioner’s update as of March 2020: The patient had actually stopped taking the remedy when the dosage was reduced to BD and kept quiet about it. She continued to do well without any medication till December 2019 when she had a mild relapse of anxiety symptoms. But she chose not to take any medicine, including vibrionics, confident that she can heal herself. Despite the mild relapse, the positive side of the case was that a patient in a severe condition for 10 years could get nearly complete relief within 5 months of vibrionics treatment and had become strong enough to handle herself without any external aid.
If using the 108CC box give for #2: CC5.3 Meniere’s disease + CC12.1 Adult tonic + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic + CC17.2 Cleansing; #3: CC5.1 Ear infections + CC5.3 Meniere’s disease + CC12.1 Adult tonic + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic + CC17.2 Cleansing