Creating Waves of Awareness
Medorrhinum 1m (1 dose)
I have never been given such a miserable experience by any remedy as this one. Experienced a bruised back all along the spine. Could not sit, stand or walk easily, and the whole spinal region was hurting.
The heart rate was altered and i could feel the throbs which worried me. These faded away probably in a weeks time. I didn't give it another try fearing it could worsen. Surprisingly, I didn't find the heart symptom in Boericke, but found this in G. Vithoulkas Essence of M.M. where he had given a special caution for those with significant heart pathology.
It has a wonderful effect, especially in relation to emotional levels.
Tuberculinum has perfectly calmed down my emotional self, irritable feelings. This probably could be due to the inherited taint. I liked the 1m potency so much that i took 10 m after some days and the emotions did go to best ever levels.
The remedy did create some uncomfortable congesion type of pain in the kidney region.
Some other symptoms I did experiece for a short span, like altered taste in mouth, loss of apetite, which was surely a proving and went away by itself within 2 to 3 days.
I was somehow trying out to find out the emotional balancing remedy for some time and i did try Lycopodium cm potency but no benefit, rather it increased my spending habit. (Lycopodium, a truly misers remedy), but
Tuberculinum clicked in the end for me. To my observation, in addition to Sepia, which replaces hate with love feelings, Tuberculinum inculcates love while normalizing the emotions (home and social environment) and making you a more of a normal person. (All this applies provided the Inherited taint/tuberculur history and other symptoms , BCGs etc).
Kent has given some of the best cured cases in his notes using this remedy especially the emotional/raging kid he had to struggle to give this remedy, as well as, the Tubercular History Love and Mental Ability Revived-(Clinical cases)
- Although naturally of a sweet disposition became taciturn, sulky, fretful, irritable, morose, depressed and melancholic, even to insanity (Hering).