Saturday, November 24, 2018
It is time for Gelsemium again. Whether you got the flu from a friend, family member or flu shot, consider Gelsemium for treating these symptoms:
--flu that comes on slowly. First you're tired, maybe the body/muscles feel a little heavy. Your brain feels a little slow or dull. But you don't yet realise you're getting sick.
--symptoms are worse with cold, damp foggy weather.
--heaviness in the limbs. All muscles feel relaxed, but not in a good way, more weak, heavy. The weakness and heaviness can lead even to paralysis, which is why it may be a good remedy for Guillan barre or other paralysis caused by vaccinations.
--aching felt in the joints, but the main feeling is that of heaviness. The pain is a deep ache.
--Despite the relaxation of the muscles there can be twitching around the eyes or face and also writer's cramp in the hands.
--low back pain that feels deep, stiff, weak and goes to the hips.
--head feels heavy as do eyelids. The eyelids might even droop halfway. It's too difficult to keep the eyes open. Everything takes too much effort, even keeping the eyes fully opened.
--if there is a headache, it is in the occiput (back of the head) and behind the eyes. If not headache, the bones around the eyes feel bruised. Many areas of the body can feel bruised.
--there is not much thirst and the inside of the nose might be dry.
--trembling, dizziness, shakiness
It is always good to have Gelsemium on hand. Because by the time you realise you have the Gelsemium flu, you are too tired, weak, achy and dizzy to go to the health food store.
If you don't have any on hand, rest is the only thing that works for this flu. Gelsemium flus typically don't last too long once they are in the acute/feverish stage. But it's effects linger, with the achiness and slight heaviness lasting longer after the acute phase is over. So get some Gelsemium now so you can get better faster. A 30c dose is best.