This is a summary of Moses’ Heilkunst (sequential homeopathy) update in June over 3 week period. Read more about our Heilkunst journey here.
On June 11th, Moses started the following droppers:
1) Gent. quin. 12C – (Physical – Rashes/Stomach aches/Dry scalp/Cracked lips/Asthma/Food Allergies/Brain fog) – a drop a day
2) Hyos. 200C – (Emotions – Stress level) – a drop a day
3) Myrica 1M – (Mentals – Friendships/Peer socialization/Forgetfulness re: homework/Self-confidence/Motivation at school) – a drop a day
New Timeline Wafers:
Phos. mur. 30C/200C/1M/10M – Taking on every fifth night. (General anesthetic on 6 occasions for abscess draining/Madazolam in addition to regular anesthesia/Local sedative – 2015)
The night before Moses started his new droppers, he was emotional and was feeling sick (runny nose, cough, sore throat, general achiness and malaise). I discussed last month that I felt that Moses’ malaise was because I delayed his Heilkunst appt by four days and that delay made all of the difference. He continued to feel under the weather the next day, but perked up after he received his first dropper. The power of homeopathy – it can work very quickly!!! Approximately a week after starting his new droppers, he had an increase in rashes on the back of his neck and the cracks on the corners of his lips were still pronounced.
On June 21st, he received his first timeline wafer to clear all of the many general and local anesthetic that he endured in 2015. Moses didn’t have any obvious healing reactions, but a couple of days after taking the first wafer, DH started complaining of stomach upsets, headaches, emotional stress, etc. (Since Moses has started taking timeline wafers, I’ve noticed that Moses is starting to clear through DH). hmm……..
It’s now June 30th and Moses has had a great 3 weeks. The only symptoms were an increase in rashes around his belly and near his armpits and the cracks on the corners of his lips are still pronounced.
Moses had a three day baseball tournament with his school. He did great – he was involved in the play, was well coordinated and so confident on the field. He caught a fly ball and made a couple other great catches. He hit every single ball that was thrown his way. And he hit one of the balls to the other side of the field. We are so proud of him!!!!
It’s now the summer and Moses has made it through Grade 4. He had a great report card and got top marks in most subjects. He improved in four subjects over the last term. We are so super proud of him. Over the year, Moses missed 3 weeks of school, but only missed a half day of school since March and he missed no school at all between April to June. Wowie!!!!!! (For context, last year Moses missed 4 weeks of school, so this was an improvement).
He still has 2 timeline wafers to take, but he has an appt with his Heilkunstler today, so will be starting new droppers soon. As discussed above, we have found that Moses needs new droppers every 3 weeks to maintain a good homeostatis.
We are going through some major transitions in our household and we are contemplating a cross-country move back to the city where Moses was born. Moses has been very open to a potential adventure / change. If Moses was still dealing with health issues, we wouldn’t even consider such a huge upheaval and leaving our family, friends and medical team here. Thankfully, Moses is doing well and we feel strong enough as a family to make a big move. Wish us luck!!!
More reading – other end of school year posts