After going through her symptoms and diagnosis, I prescribed her Lac delphinium 1M two times for 2 days and repeated one dose every week.
2 Month Follow-up
She is better with her moods as she is not thinking about what happened to her. She is happy living with her life but she gets depressed sometimes. As far as her headaches, there was not much improvement.
5 Month Follow-up
She is better and not at all feeling depressed or anxious. She doesn’t have any headaches any more and practically no complaints as opposed to when she started her treatment.
What is the theme of Lacs:
Mammal is derived from the word mammae which is the main gland responsible for both nourishment and mother child connection. In mammals the child sucks mothers breast for milk which creates a strong emotional attachment. Disturbance in this bond can lead to a lot of emotional and psychological turmoil.
Need to belong to a group.
Essence of attachment, bond, belonging and connection
Strong maternal instincts in terms of nurturing, caring, protecting, providing nutrition and food
Image of mother and child bond
Dependence and independence
Nurturing and lack of nurturing
Feeling of suffered wrong
Feeling of forsaken, isolation and lack of security
More of right brain- more of emotions
Dreams about fear of snakes
What are common physical indications?
Aversion, desire or aggravation from milk
Aggravation before menses
Heaviness of breast before menses
They make strong bonds and if they are separated, it can cause them problems.
They are very playful in water.
Similar to phosphorus
Love for water
Strong maternal instinct and need to nurture as they go out of their way to be close to their group
Enjoy being sexually active
They are concerned about the group being happy together so caring and loving nature is inherent
Communicative and maintain peace
Idea of being together that they can protect themselves from any potential danger
In deep core, in order to maintain this care and love, they suppress their anger,competitiveness, jealousy and other negative feelings.