family history of alcoholism-any remedy or nosode?My question is, wheter there is any remedy for deeper cure of pathologic patterns in long family history of alcoholism? Is there a possibility to cure family roots, or can this kind of pathology be a way to discover individual remedy? I read once, that STRAMONIUM is a remedy to cure in individual alcoholic family history or when in family occured any kind fanatism. WHAT DO YOU THINK? or it is just one way - individual treatment of one person by finding one suitable remedy? What about ideas of using carcinosin as a prevention from c.ncer, is it simmilar with alcoholism?
THANKS A LOT FOR ANY IDEAS
natalija123451 on 2012-02-17
In many patients, the family history of alcoholism will not decide on a remedy one way or the other. You cannot cure the history, only the effect it has had on the patient. If there has been no effect, then there is nothing to cure.
Every remedy has its state, and this state must match that of the patient to get anything meaningful and long-lasting out of it. Any remedy can remove the inherited problems of a patient if it is matched to the totality (the whole problem) the patient presents with.
There are no shortcuts in homoeopathy. It is always hard work. C-ancer, diabetes, asthma - whatever the name of the disease you can only cure or prevent disease by putting the vital force back into balance, and each patient has their own individual needs to make this happen.
♡ brisbanehomoeopath last decade
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