Here I sit in the Sunshine State, which is finally sunny after two very cloudy and windy days, and I realize that my scalp doesn’t hurt as much as it has in the past.
Hmmm…I took my first dose of Rhus tox (poison ivy) a week ago Monday and my second dose last night (sorry, Witchy Woman Mach II, I fell asleep Monday night before taking my second dose) and was way too busy getting ready to go away to pay any attention to how my head felt. But after 5 days in Florida, I think it feels better. But why? Rhus tox? Vacation? Florida sun, I mean wind?
Guess I won’t know for sure until I get home.
It sort of makes sense in a weird, homeopathic kind of way that something that makes you itchy after full contact (poison ivy), could be used to deal with itch in a very low homeopathic dose. After all, I take a copper derivative (copper can cause convulsions) to deal with my restless leg syndrome.
So, while I floss my ulna nerve, stretch and pull my toes, I will also hope that the Rhus tox really is the answer.
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