IBS and H pylori have become very common. Some claim that it is a result of over-prescribing antibiotics and killing gastro intestinal bacteria indiscriminately. That is a debate I don’t get into. My only purpose is to do something about the whole problem without adhering to a theory or a cause.
I present this case because even with not enough follow-up visits much could be done. This situation happens when people don’t know enough about homeopathy and decide that as symptoms have cleared that’s enough for them. I disagree with that because health can be restored at far deeper levels and can be an incredible investment in one’s person.
I think there is a detail we should all keep in mind: a lot of food preparation in this country is simply not hygienic enough and causes enormous problems to a lot of people. Be very judicious of where you eat.
So far, the symptoms she has detailed - diarrhea, abdominal pain, etc. - are common to the
She is still giving symptoms that are rather common to IBS. It doesn’t mean they are not important to know, but up to now there are few SRP’s so nothing is really individualizing the condition.
She describes the odor as “offensive.” The pain is “constricting.” Now it is becoming an individualizing and vivid description of what is going on. From my point of view, it is really wonderful to hear. And now she is still going back to when she was overweight. I would have loved to have more feelings but that’s all I could get. As I mentioned, it is a very deep case like most of the cases here, but it demonstrates that even half way down the root relief can happen.
When we talk about IBS or any other gastro intestinal problems, we have to talk about diet because many people think it is related.
I do have a couple of things to say more particularly about restricted diet. In my experience:
1: Unless one is extremely regimented, it is not possible to stay on such a diet for any extended period of time;
2: The first thing we do in life is eat. Then every day of our lives we eat several times a day. At a minimum, it is extremely important! and,
3: It really exacerbates me to see diets that don’t address the emotional aspect of food. To me cutting a food out or, worse, a whole food group such as carbohydrates, is as bad emotionally as it is nutritionally. It is also not sustainable in the long run.
The only diet worth following is eating less food than you are eating now. Feeling hungry is actually a good thing. We don’t have to feed the body with food - much like an addict feeds the habit - every time we are hungry. Drink a glass of water instead when you feel hungry, especially at night.
After all these years, alas she is feeling better!
Frozen drinks and no diarrhea. Those were a big no-no before. Here’s life. Who am I to say she shouldn’t have a margarita.
These are good results, yet more could be done. The Vital Force does wonders and for it to restore the whole digestive tract takes a long time nowadays.
One last word about food. As much as we can, we should eat organic, fresh food that is not processed. Eating processed food is like putting faulty fuel in your car. Food is meant to be physically nutritious with vitamins, proteins, minerals and lipids. It should also be as emotionally satisfying as possible.a