Homeopathic remedies for scar tissue after surgery
Most people nowadays think of homeopathy as a way to treat chronic complaints and therefore, they look at remedies working long-term over a period of time.
Some homeopaths, especially in the later years, give most importance to mental symptoms giving the impression that homeopathy is a kind of psychological healing approach.
Not many people realise that homeopathy is just as effective in treating acute conditions or emergency acutes such as post surgery complaints.
If homeopathy is a complete system of medicine it should work in emergencies as well chronic disease and in fact in India it does! There are some homeopathic hospitals that cover acute emergencies.
Of course, these hospitals do have intensive care units and advance medical equipment.
For instance someone with a hemorrhagic shock with severe blood loss should receive a blood transfusion to save his life and when they are stable, then they can select the appropriate homeopathic remedies and work along conventional medicine.
Many people do not realise that homeopathy can be used along conventional medicine in these cases and both complement each other beautifully.
I have treated many patients after surgery, some of them requested my help because they had problems after surgical operations in the past and wanted to see if I could avoid some of the problems this time.
Others, having gone through the surgery have found that although being on medication, it did not cover all the pain or they had complications.
I have to say that in these cases, it is really where you see amazing results in a very short period of time.
In those cases, the remedies selected must work in a very short period of time, we are talking about hours or a couple of days.
In these cases, therapeutic remedies are needed and it is important to have a few in your fingertips as well as feel comfortable prescribing in this kind of situations where you need to be in close contact with your patient in order to assess the progress.
HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES FOR SCAR TISSUE AFTER SURGERY
BANERJI PROTOCOL TIP
For Keloids after surgery use Fluoricum Acid 200c every other day
Post surgical adhesions most frequently develop after abdominal surgery.
Staphysagria 200 every other day can be helpful to clean the adhesions.
Thiosinaminum in 6x is an excellent remedy for scar tissue that has become contracted and thickened. This remedy has the power to dissolve thick scar tissue after surgical operations but it should be used twice per day for several months.
Graphites 200 one dose every 3rd day for scars that are painful and hard.
Silica 30c twice per day for scars that brake open and become painful.
HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES FOR ANESTHESIA DETOX
Phosphorus 30 this is the first remedy for post-operative vomiting to think of.
Carbo veg 30 may be better suited if the patient is cold and sweaty and wants more air, he feels as if there is not enough air around (may want to be fanned).
A few doses of 30c every hour or so until the patient feels better and thereafter when needed will be sufficient.
Nux-vomica 30c is a top remedy to help detox the liver and help to clear the anesthesia. It needs to be considered as well if there is much retching but does not lead to vomiting.
Nux vomica aids detoxification of the liver and it would help process and clear the toxic load from the medical drugs.
Ipecac 30c: for a feeling of continuous nausea that is not better by vomiting.
Use every 2-3 hours to start with and bring down to two times per day until not needed.
LET'S SEE HOW IT WORKS IN PRACTICE WITH SOME EXAMPLES OF CLINICAL CASES IN MY PRACTICE
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