I am 37 years old Indian Male. I am having Psoriatic Arthrtis from last 3 years now. The condition is worsoning year by year especially in winter. I could not able to sleep and wake up early in the morning due to pain and inflammation in the back. This winter I have developed stiffness in the fingers of hand and legs. I am expiriencing throbbing pain in the ankles and could not able to walk from the bed in the morning. The symptoms generally were subside with movement but this time I need to take Ibruprofen three times a day to maintain normal movements of the feet and to counter the inflammation and pain.
Please suggest remedies for the same.
Quackruni on 2018-12-17
HOW TO TAKE THE REMEDY:
Please take two doses. Just 2 doses. Not daily.
WHAT IS A DOSE:
Get the remedy in liquid:
Put five drop of the remedy in 20 ml of mineral water, hit the bottle atleast 6 time (shaking the bottle is not enough). Take it before bedtime. That’s one dose.
TIME OF DOSE:
Morning dose: Early morning as soon as you get up, wash your mouth with plain water (don't brush), take the remedy.
Night dose: 12 hrs after the first dose.
Don't drink water along with the medicine. Don't drink or eat any thing for 30 minutes before the medicine and after the medicine.
Note: don't eat or drink any thing before or after 30 minutes of taking remedy. Avoid Strong smell, Coffee, Raw Garlic, Raw Onion, Hing and Tobacco in any form.
Report back after 15 days with the changes observed during this period.
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