Dr.D. Sasmal ji,my opn,ptn can treat,by any pathya easily.if the root cause not traced ,same des. Can reapeate. Nails spots & mind aggressiveness shows ptn is suffering from Pitt verdhi due to virudh Aahar,bad society,or can any other reasons also. A slight difference,Ayd counts Tridosha,homeyo counts symptoms. Theory.now if Pitt of the ptn.may be balanced,& change diet according to perverti Ptn will never suffer again. Sir will you try to cover the ptn by Ayd.system with certified views.
Rx - panjadeepakni choornam bid with ghee Chandhanaasavam - bid with warm water Ext - Tanganam (borax) with water...
•Merc Sol 200/3 doses. •Calendula+Echinecia Q mouth Gargle TID
Merc.Sol. will be helpful.
Mere sol or borax 30
Rx- mer . Sol
Merc Sol 200
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