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Aug 8, 2011
 
I have a stone in my submandibular gland. I keep seeing people mention a homeopathic remedy for kidney stones known as calculus renalis and how it could work for stones anywhere in the body, but nobody describes what it actually is or where it can be obtained. Does anyone have any idea?
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Aug 8, 2011
 
It won't work because homeopathy is just plain water. Active ingredients have been so diluted that there is not even 1 molecule left in the "remedy". Homeopaths are well known to make false and misleading claims - they are lying scum who are just after your money.
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David wrote:
I have a stone in my submandibular gland. I keep seeing people mention a homeopathic remedy for kidney stones known as calculus renalis and how it could work for stones anywhere in the body, but nobody describes what it actually is or where it can be obtained. Does anyone have any idea?
David,

There are a few remedies which can be used to treat stones. This is a condition which requires a consultation with a homeopath. The homeopath will assess your situation and recommend the one, correct remedy for you based on the totality of your symptoms and your constitution.

I've had many years of extremely successful homeopathic treatment for serious, chronic conditions, acute conditions and injuries. I also know from large-scale studies that the majority of patients benefit from homeopathy and that those benefits can last up to 8 years. One of those studies was conducted over a 2-year period by Europe's leading researchers Claudia Witt, M.D., and Rainer Ludtke, M.D., and included 3,981 patients. It showed that the severity of patients's complaints and physicians's assessments of those complaints decreased significantly between the start of the study and 24 months later.

For more studies, please see:

www.nationalcenterforhomeopathy.org/articles-...
http://avilian.co.uk/

For more studies, research and patient testimonials, please see:

www.extraordinarymedicine.org
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David wrote:
I have a stone in my submandibular gland. I keep seeing people mention a homeopathic remedy for kidney stones known as calculus renalis and how it could work for stones anywhere in the body, but nobody describes what it actually is or where it can be obtained. Does anyone have any idea?
Berberis Vul Q. 10 drops in half cup of water 3 times a day.
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David wrote:
I have a stone in my submandibular gland. I keep seeing people mention a homeopathic remedy for kidney stones known as calculus renalis and how it could work for stones anywhere in the body, but nobody describes what it actually is or where it can be obtained. Does anyone have any idea?
David,

To answer your other questions, homeopathic remedies are made from natural materials generally either animal, mineral or plant. Calculis renalis is lapis renalis and berberis vulgaris is barberry. They can be purchased over-the-counter at pharmacies carrying homeopathics, supermarkets like Whole Foods and health food stores. Boiron is one of the world's largest manufacturers and will come up if googled. There are other good manufacturers/ suppliers in the US.

A tube of 80 pilules (small pellets)of any homeopathic remedy costs about $6. Depending on how you prepare and use the pilules they can last from a month, to months, to years and even to a lifetime. If kept in a cool, dark place they will be good for use for many years. Remedies prepared 200 years ago by Samuel Hahnemann (the founder of homeopathy) are still good to use today.
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Aug 14, 2011
 
CRedd wrote:
<quoted text>They can be purchased over-the-counter at pharmacies carrying homeopathics, supermarkets like Whole Foods and health food stores.
You once criticised me for buying off-the-shelf homeopathy - what a hypocritical moron you are Creddulous.
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Iqbal wrote:
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Berberis Vul Q. 10 drops in half cup of water 3 times a day.
Use the above remedy AND consult a homeopath in your area.
parotid stone bearer

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May 19, 2012
 
I found this thread -

I have a left parotid gland problem. I have had stones pass that are up to 5 mm across. I was blown off by 2 ENTs last summer both of which said there wasn't salivary gland stones - one said tonsil stones - other didn't know but at least admitted to that. I had seen the ENTs (one same - one partner of the other) 2 years prior for left ear pain and was told TMJ or neurological.

I was suffering from very dry mouth and now am not. The main problem is the flow of the saliva causes pain up by my left ear and left eye in the evening. I don't have as much pain earlier in the day.

I get saliva that is metallic, smells of cooked fat, and get burning inside my mouth and on my lips with a salty metallic taste on my lips also mainly in the evening after the lemon / limeade and lemon candy consumption.

I have been drinking plenty of fluids I think - drinking lemon or lime ade each afternoon - sucking on lemon candy and can keep the duct open. If I don't do this the duct won't stay open but if I do it I get the pain. The pain for a closed duct is much worse.

I had felt face out of balance for many months - don't right now but I do feel the eye doesn't want to focus right with the pain.

2 months ago approximately a large stone came down wrapped in about 2 tsp (10 cc) of thick mucus which I assume is saliva.

I constantly press in front of my left ear to drain saliva - have done so for 3 years at least now and can't get an explanation out of a doctor why I need to do this; I assume I am actually massaging the parotid gland.

I do have a handful of remedies around including Berberis tincture. It did wonders for gallstones years ago.

I can add more if asked questions. The last remedy I took was Phyt 30x and I feel good on it but I seem to need to repeat it daily. It was a fairly old unopened bottle and to be honest I don't like the idea of taking something daily.

I do have a history of "proving" remedies.

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Jun 3, 2012
 
Iqbal wrote:
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Berberis Vul Q. 10 drops in half cup of water 3 times a day.
Go on, Iqbal, tell him WHY Berberis would cure a problem with his jaw.
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Jun 15, 2012
 
parotid stone bearer wrote:
I found this thread -
I have a left parotid gland problem. I have had stones pass that are up to 5 mm across. I was blown off by 2 ENTs last summer both of which said there wasn't salivary gland stones - one said tonsil stones - other didn't know but at least admitted to that. I had seen the ENTs (one same - one partner of the other) 2 years prior for left ear pain and was told TMJ or neurological.
I was suffering from very dry mouth and now am not. The main problem is the flow of the saliva causes pain up by my left ear and left eye in the evening. I don't have as much pain earlier in the day.
I get saliva that is metallic, smells of cooked fat, and get burning inside my mouth and on my lips with a salty metallic taste on my lips also mainly in the evening after the lemon / limeade and lemon candy consumption.
I have been drinking plenty of fluids I think - drinking lemon or lime ade each afternoon - sucking on lemon candy and can keep the duct open. If I don't do this the duct won't stay open but if I do it I get the pain. The pain for a closed duct is much worse.
I had felt face out of balance for many months - don't right now but I do feel the eye doesn't want to focus right with the pain.
2 months ago approximately a large stone came down wrapped in about 2 tsp (10 cc) of thick mucus which I assume is saliva.
I constantly press in front of my left ear to drain saliva - have done so for 3 years at least now and can't get an explanation out of a doctor why I need to do this; I assume I am actually massaging the parotid gland.
I do have a handful of remedies around including Berberis tincture. It did wonders for gallstones years ago.
I can add more if asked questions. The last remedy I took was Phyt 30x and I feel good on it but I seem to need to repeat it daily. It was a fairly old unopened bottle and to be honest I don't like the idea of taking something daily.
I do have a history of "proving" remedies.
Lycopodium 200. One dose a week for 4 weeks.
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Avijit wrote:
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Lycopodium 200. One dose a week for 4 weeks.
A prime example of how insane homeopathy is:

Clubmoss - is there any evidence or medical trials that this is theraputic for anything?

Dilution 200C - considering a 24C dilution has not one molecule of active ingredient left then 200C is just plain water.

One dose a week - I suppose this fits with the homeopathic insanity that less = more.

Yet another recommendation from some retard who thinks they are a doctor while peddling BS.
parotid stone bearer

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Avijit wrote:
Lycopodium 200. One dose a week for 4 weeks.
I will have to look at that - thanks. I know I have 30 c Lyc - not sure if I have 200 as I don't have a lot of things in 200.

I did have a large stone come down again a few nights ago and helped lessen pain. These are on the left not right.

I also found a US source for Calculus Renalis but haven't ordered it.

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parotid stone bearer wrote:
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I will have to look at that - thanks. I know I have 30 c Lyc - not sure if I have 200 as I don't have a lot of things in 200.
I did have a large stone come down again a few nights ago and helped lessen pain. These are on the left not right.
I also found a US source for Calculus Renalis but haven't ordered it.
You can convert your 30c to 200c.
You just need to take one drop of your 30c solution and add it to...

Wait for it...

1x10^340 drops of water.

That's a 1 followed by,(I sh1t you not!) 340 zeros.

Total number of ATOMS in the entire Universe?
1x10^82

In other words, if THE ENTIRE UNIVERSE was made of water, you would still need 3 more UNIVERSES worth of water to dilute your 30C solution to a 200C solution.

Are you beginning to grasp how profoundly stupid Homeopathy is?
parotid stone bearer

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I see one stupid person here (well perhaps more than that) but it isn't me.

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parotid stone bearer wrote:
I see one stupid person here (well perhaps more than that) but it isn't me.
It's always funny that the person who can't do the math always thinks they're the smart ones.

"C" means you dilute it 1 part to 100 parts.

A 1c remedy would therefore be 1 gram of 'medicine' diluted in 100 grams of water.

To get to 2c, you take 1c and dilute it 1:100.

So, a 2c solution would be 1 gram of "1c solution" diluted in 100 grams of water.

Written another way:
1c = 1%
2c =.01%
3c =.0001%
4c =.000001%

200c has 400 zeros between the . and the 1

And you think we're being stupid.
Sigh, sucker born every minute.
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It is ok for Lycopodium 30 once a week.

Take Merc Bin Iod 30 twice daily for balance 6 days. Repeat for 4 weeks.
parotid stone bearer

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Nuggin wrote:
It's always funny that the person who can't do the math always thinks they're the smart ones.
"C" means you dilute it 1 part to 100 parts.
A 1c remedy would therefore be 1 gram of 'medicine' diluted in 100 grams of water.
To get to 2c, you take 1c and dilute it 1:100.
So, a 2c solution would be 1 gram of "1c solution" diluted in 100 grams of water.
Written another way:
1c = 1%
2c =.01%
3c =.0001%
4c =.000001%
200c has 400 zeros between the . and the 1
And you think we're being stupid.
Sigh, sucker born every minute.
Oh, I can probably do math a hell of a lot better than you can.

Yes a sucker is born every minute - you got "that prize" the minute you were born.

End with this troll. Trolls don't discuss. They think they know it all better than others.
parotid stone bearer

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Avijit wrote:
It is ok for Lycopodium 30 once a week.
Take Merc Bin Iod 30 twice daily for balance 6 days. Repeat for 4 weeks.
thanks again - I will look into this.

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parotid stone bearer wrote:
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Oh, I can probably do math a hell of a lot better than you can.
Yes a sucker is born every minute - you got "that prize" the minute you were born.
End with this troll. Trolls don't discuss. They think they know it all better than others.
Then let's discuss.

You do the math, show me you know more than me.

If you start with 1cc of calculus and create a 1C solution, you are adding it to 100ccs of water.

What percentage of the resulting solution is calculus?

If you then take that 1c solution and make a 2c solution, what percentage of the resulting solution is calculus?

How about for a 3c solution?
How about for a 4c solution?

Demonstrate your mathematical ability. Show me that you aren't a troll.

Now, let's discuss this:
True or false, in any amount of any substance there is a specific number of molecules. It may be too high to count, but there is an actual correct number of how many molecules are present.

And this:
A single molecule is the least amount of any substance you can have. If you split a molecule, you no longer have the substance, you have its component atoms. True or false?

And lastly this:
How many times can you divide the number of molecules in a substance by 100 before you eventually get down to a fraction of one molecule?

Show me that you are smarter than me. Show me that you know how to do the math.

Show me that I'm the sucker and that my math is wrong.

I dare you to try.
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Jun 18, 2012
 
Isn't it funny how often we are told "homeopathy must work because the British Royal Family use it" yet these same people are strangely quiet when Prince Phillip was in hospital on antibiotics during his recent illness.

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