Recovery from Surgery Can Be Painful and Sometimes Slow.
The most common surgery in women is childbirth by Cesarean delivery (C-section), the second most common being a hysterectomy (I’m still searching for a better medical term as this is so not by favourite word, but that’s a whole other rant! )
There are great remedies which can help reduce the pain and speed up the healing process
These remedies include Arnica, Calendula and Hypericum which can be taken in combination if necessary.
There can also be emotional shock associated with the surgery if it was emergency or it did not go fully to plan. There are other remedies like Aconite that can help with the emotional side.
The remedies do not interact with prescribed medication and are non – addictive and so are very safe to take and quite amazing.
No.1 Remedy for accidents, shock, physical exhaustion
Should be first choice after most accidents, injuries or physical ordeals. Given early it will reduce swelling and bruising. Patient has a fear of being touched, because of the pain and they want to be left alone
No. 1 Remedy for healing wounds.
Very useful first-aid remedy for cuts; superficial burns or scalds; ulcers; scalp wounds; after teeth extraction or childbirth. It stimulates formation of healthy scar tissue (without lumps).
No. 1 Remedy for injury to nerves.
Useful first aid treatment for lacerated wounds from sharp instruments or any injury to nerve-rich areas (e.g. slamming door on fingers or falling on the coccyx). Pains are extreme and shoot along the nerves. Reputed anti-tetanus properties. Worse: motion or pressure.
No. 1 Remedy for nipping colds in the bud.
Useful in the early stages of colds, fevers, inflammations. Suits healthy people whose complaints come on suddenly. Possible causes: cold/ dry wind ; fright / shock. Characterised by extreme restlessness and fear. May specifically have an unfounded fear of death.