An 18-year-old boy, who experienced daily seizures over the past two years, requested vibrionics treatment on 17 Dec 2017. During a seizure, he would fall to the ground in whatever position he was in. He experienced 4-5 such seizures every day and each lasted for a few seconds. Subsequently, he had no memory of it. The seizures came at any time of the day and in any place. Doctors diagnosed this as refractory (drug-resistant) epilepsy and advised brain surgery for the recurrent harmful seizures. The patient had been taking allopathic medicines but there was no significant improvement.
The following combo was prescribed and of course the allopathic medicine was continued throughout:
CC10.1 Emergency + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic + CC18.3 Epilepsy...TDS
During the first three days of taking vibro remedy, the patient reported extreme thirst. By the 5th day, the number of seizures started to reduce. By the 10th day, the frequency of seizures came down to one per day. On the 15th day, there was no seizure for the first time in two years.
On the 20th day, the patient started talking incoherently as his allopathic medications had been changed. He was unable to stand or sit down and kept falling over repeatedly. He was hospitalised, his allopathic medicine changed and he was discharged the next day.
From the 25th day onwards, the seizures stopped completely for a few months. Then for a while, he would have a brief seizure for a few seconds every 2-3 weeks. As of the end of August, he is continuing both allopathy and vibro and has not had any seizure over the past 2 months.