Many people think that allopathic doctors are against alternative medicines and always advice against their use. But this is not always true. This case will tell you that they work in harmony and don't act against each other and take each others help when needed.
This young lady from USA contacted us for her RA problem. Her husband himself is an allopathic doctor in USA and many of her family members are also allopathic doctors. They know all the ins and out about the RA treatment in allopathy and decided to try something natural.
Here is the case history in her own words.
She send her case details and blood reports for further investigation.
We prepared the combination based on her detailed case history and said that she shall be able to see positive changes in 3 - 4 weeks time. But we were very very happy to hear from her that she started to see the difference from the very first day. She started the herbal medicines and after that she never touched the immune suppressants / steroids.
See what she has to share with other RA sufferers.
Preparing the right combination and right potency of the medicines is the most important task. If the combination and potency is not right, the patient won't be able to see positive results. So the practitioner has to be very very careful about the right potency of the medicine. For some patient, if the medicines are not giving optimum results, they must not loose hope, they must discuss the case thoroughly and see that they must not miss some points which may seems unimportant, but needs the attention from the practitioner. The practitioner should also try to take as much detail as possible from the patient. There are different parts where positive dosages has to be given. Other parts may need negative dosage. Some symptoms may be demanding positive medicines, the others may be telling about negative dosage of different potency. So the practitioner needs to take a balanced approach. Each case is a new learning. New experience.And at the end, good results brings smile on both the patients face and the practitioners face.