Originally Posted by DanP
Anyone tried Neuroveen for their PN symptoms (including pain)???
My mother experiences strange sensations in her feet (she can’t describe it, according to her). At my suggestion, she bought a bottle of Neuroveen and it helped! She then stopped taking it but over time the problem crept back. So she’ll take it again until the sensations change.
Btw, she saw a website regarding MGBright and their monomagnesium malate. Does anyone here have any experience with that product?
Also, I want to explain homeopathy a bit to the folks who have posted here. It has been used in Europe (primarily Germany and France) for around 300 years. The concept is indeed a “like attracts like” idea. And, as in vaccines, infestimal amounts are introduced into the body, which triggers a system “fight” response. Vaccines = macrophages eating microbes then spitting antigens into your lymph nodes to create lymphocytes (what? a CRAZY system which WORKS).
As I understand it, homeopathy works on a VIBRATIONAL level. To be a homeopathic “remedy,” the substance (arsenic, lead, etc.) must be distilled down so that it crosses from the physical into a vibrational state. (Yup, as nuts as The Higgs Boson particle or God particle, recently proven to exist.) Thereafter a remedy will either resonate with your illness and change or “cure” the problem or ... DO NOTHING. Which every medical student is taught as The Hippocratic Oath: “first, do no harm.” And this is why homeopathy is safe for adults, children and animals (and probably plants).
In addition to a homeopathic remedy, there are homeopathic “compounds.” Compounds contain several remedies in one handy dissolvable pill. The ones that resonate help you; the other ones do not harm you. (For example, I took a cough/sore throat/congestion compound for three days which cured a deep cough and congestion I had for weeks.) Be aware that most homeopaths and box instructions advise you to take the little pills under your tongue (sublingually) and hopefully without touching them (put them in the cap and then into your mouth). True for both remedies and compounds.
If your dis-ease is severe, it may not be “cured” completely. At that point, as Marlene suggests, you may wish to consult with an individual homeopath so they can focus more specifically on your overall problems.
So, believe it or not. The good part is that one can use homeopathy in addition to other modalities. And you don't even have to know it's homeopathic (e.g. Oscillococcinum, sold in common drug stores)!