Under Guidance of PS Malik

An Amazing Case of Blood Pressure

Plumbum

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Last year I came across an amazing case of a patient. The patient was a judge by profession; aged about 50 years, very versatile in life and widely accepted and respected in his circle of familiarities. Just by a look upon him he appears to a very calm, quite, serene, and adjustable nature. He told that he was having blood pressure for about last 30 years since the time when he met with an accident. He fell down in a deep well onto a hard surface inside that well. His spinal cord was ruptured and he got a paralysis attack on the left side of the body. As a consequence of blunt force trauma he got his jaw displaced with a few teeth injured/partially broken.

Since that accident he had been suffering from a blood pressure. He had been taking one tablet of Amlopress AT daily with Telma 20 or 40 mg as per requirement. He is plethoric in appearance but this plethora was not flabbiness. He is more muscular and solid. He appears to be quite calm and peaceful. His cholesterol is 225+ and LDL is 140+. His blood sugar is presently 170+. His normal blood pressure goes up to 160+/120+ and pulse 120. His skin was always found moist; with an aggravation by heat. He could not tolerate any heat in any form but strangely he always preferred bath in warm water even in the month of June. In the childhood he told he was having a suppurating skin.

For Blood sugar he was given daily 10 drops of a mixture of (Syzygium, Cephalandra and Gymnema Sylvestra) in half cup of water. The problem of diabetes was sorted out.

Keeping in view his life style, his silent personality and a tendency to stick to his honesty doses of Aur Met was given. It always ended in an aggravation. As he always preferred warm/hot water so the use of Sulph was always avoided. He has no flabbiness so Calc was not given. Lyc was partially useful in the days of aggravation but it never cured the case completely. Whenever the Lyc was given it produced colics in abdomen. To avoid this Hydr was added to the Lyc but even this was not perfect.

Nux Vom was partially effective along with partial reliefs from Bry and Alum. A cumulative effect was reduction in the requirement of Amlopress AT and Telma. Doses were reduced to half and during some periods even without doses for 2-3 days. But never a perfect cure could be achieved.

One dose of Merc 10M and subsequently Arg Nit 10M completely changed the perspiring skin and aggravation from heat. The patient now was a chilly patient. For last one year he never complained of the heat. He always felt a need of warmth around him.

One day the whole course was changed.

During a personal discussion, about 20 days back he opened him regarding his feelings in the court administration. He disclosed how he was helpless against the court-administration, court-system of administering law, the police system, his seniors and even his juniors. He told that he was just a face of the system but was quite vulnerable to the adversaries. He disclosed that he was just a component of a big show where the power is not exercised but rather it flows.

This gave me hint of rubrics:

Plumbum Concepts Jan Scholten

  • Empty Weak Leadership Management
  • Diverting Responsible
  • Indifferent King
  • Formal Distant Dignified Haughty
  • Covering up Alone Isolation
  • Mask Religion Sexuality
  • A show of power: puppet.
  • A director who is there only for the show
  • A director in the final days of his career
  • No longer wanted as a manager
  • Formal respect for power: diplomacy
  • Failure through handing responsibility over to someone else
  • Hiding your power behind a mask: suspicion
  • Elimination of arrogance
  • Blasé and haughty
  • Isolated through formal behavior
  • Diverting attention to retain power
  • Emptiness in religious sense: immoral
  • Formal and empty sex
  • Essence: Looks powerful on the outside, but it is only show

On these rubrics I got an idea and one dose of Plb 200 was given. He got an unprecedented relief in his anxiety and feeling in nape of neck, temples and occiput. For next 4 days he did not need any BP medicines. On 5th day he asked for I dose of Amlopress AT and Telma. It was given. After a few hours a second dose of Plb 200 was given. 6 days have passed since then and no need of BP medicines was felt by the patient.

Isn’t it great that homeopathy works miracle, however in some cases it may take a bit long time when proper communication is made.

For the benefit of readers symptoms of lead poisoning is given hereunder:

Symptoms of Lead

Lead Poisoning 550x150

Symptoms of lead poisoning are varied. They may affect many parts of the body. Most of the time, lead poisoning builds up slowly. It follows repeated exposures to small quantities of lead.

Lead toxicity is rare after a single exposure or ingestion of lead.

Signs of repeated lead exposure include:

  • abdominal pain
  • abdominal cramps
  • aggressive behavior
  • constipation
  • sleep problems
  • headaches
  • irritability
  • loss of developmental skills in children
  • loss of appetite
  • fatigue
  • high blood pressure
  • numbness or tingling in the extremities
  • memory loss
  • anemia
  • kidney dysfunction

Since a child’s brain is still developing, lead can lead to mental impairment. Signs of mental impairment may include:

  • behavior problems
  • low IQ
  • poor grades at school
  • problems with hearing
  • learning difficulties(short and long term)
  • growth delays

A high, toxic dose of lead poisoning may result in emergency symptoms. These include:

severe abdominal pain and cramping

  • vomiting
  • muscle weakness
  • stumbling when walking
  • seizures
  • coma
  • encephalopathy, which manifests as confusion, coma and seizures

If someone has symptoms of severe lead exposure, an expert must be consulted without delay.

COMPLETE ARTICLE IS AT THE LINK

http://psmalik.com/homeopathy-world/210-case-of-bp

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