Arsenic is a drug that has miraculous benefits. Before taking the main symptoms of this medicine, we should take the medicine only after looking at the symptoms that are similar to the medicine.
This medicine should be used only after looking at the symptoms such as restlessness, burning body, and constant thirst.Patients with arsenic are always frustrated. I can no longer live. He is always haunted by one thing. He just took a lot of medicine and I didn’t get well.
Now I have symptoms of mental tension that I will die.Other symptoms include runny nose, itchy nose, cold sweats, and restlessness when sitting quietly. Medicines for malaria can relieve fever.
Another important symptom I have written about above is that this symptom of wanting to go back and forth without sleep may be similar to aconite. In arsenic, it is seen that the body is not in pain but the body is burning and the patient is terrified.
But it could work on the basis of similar symptoms to the Nobel Coronavirus, a disease that has now devastated the world. The only mentality is that it can work in this disease. When used in such diseases, it does not seem to do much harm.
Today we look for the basis of everything. We eat rice to survive. There are many medicines in the meat we eat. Do we seek scientific basis while eating? Only after eating do we think about the scientific basis of it.
The most important thing to understand is that if someone has typhoid, in such a case, some people are given arsenic album. This is not much different from being against the rules of homeopathy. Medication can be cured only if the symptoms match, but using the drug without symptoms can be against the policy.
There are many such herbs in our country and we seek scientific basis instead of benefiting by consuming them. Be careful not to have side effects while taking medicine or other substances. But we don’t have that. An example of this is the Nobel coronavirus.
Dr. Ram Bahadur Bohara is the Chairman of the Nepal Alternative Medical Development Council, Advisor of Science Infotech and Health Columnist, and Advisor of Nepalpatra.