I’m still on a 200c dose on Lyssin that I took a few weeks ago. It’s holding pretty well. Remember that Lyssin is a homeopathic nosode made from the saliva of a rabid dog. One of the primary symptoms of the rabies miasm (which is also present in a rabid animal) is either a fear of or extreme attraction to water. Read my post on rabies vaccinosis and which link to Helene’s wonderful posts on rabies and hydrophobia. A day or so after I took the Lyssin I had a dream about a flood at my house (the South Fork River flooded). It was an extremely terrifying dream and quite odd. I didn’t put two and two together until I told a friend about the dream. Hmmmm, taking Lyssin and then dreaming a fearful dream about water. A coincidence? I don’t think so, I don’t think there are any coincidences in life. Anyway, the remedy is still holding pretty well. I ordered higher potencies and am waiting for them to come in. I had to order them from the U.K. It’s hard to get high potencies of some remedies here in the US. I look forward to taking a higher potency because I feel certain it’s going to help me.
It is good to feel good, it really is. I used to suffer from sciatica. Want to know how much fun it is to drive two hours a day with sciatica? It doesn’t bother me any more. One thing that I would like to see improve, and it did a bit after the 200c dose, is my itchy skin. I am covered in bug bites and poison oak rash. My skin is very fragile and any bug bite or aggravation of any kind bothers me more than most people. It got so bad that I was all but going mad with the itching. No hydrocortisonecream for this girl, and it was offered to me by a co-worker. I do take some Benadryl when the itching is particularly bad. I’m taking a lot of B complex vitamins to try to make myself less attractive to bugs.
So, all in all, I’m improving and making progress.