This disease is often caused by excessive sugar intake and other dietary errors; it is frequently in remission as weight loss is accomplished and dietary changes become entrenched. The hormone insulin, produced by the beta-cells in the pancreas, facilitates the transference of sugar from the blood to the other tissues, especially to the muscles which need the valuable energy. In case of an overload with sugar through diet, the insulin production increases as well to accommodate the increased amount of sugar, while the insulin receptors on the target cells do not increase. The result is an increase in sugar and insulin that the body cannot utilize.
Again, failure to gain knowledge, carelessness, and refusal to heed advice have led to imbalances in physical functioning.
Examples of homeopathic remedies: Carbo vegetabilis, Calcarea carbonica, Capsicum annuum (see chapter 2:1 for these three remedies), Nitricum acidum, Nux vomica, Lycopodium clavatum (see chapter 1:2 for these three remedies), Kreosotum, Sulphur, Natrum phosphoricum (see chapter 2:2 for these three remedies), Helonias dioica, Apocynum cannabinum, Scilla maritima, Tarentula hispanica... (most of these remedies could also cover insulin-dependent diabetes, should the symptoms agree).
Helonias dioica is often indicated in the first stages of diabetes, accompanied by hysteria, moodiness, and irritability. It is typically indicated in females with hormonal troubles and consciousness of the uterus. The patients become enervated from thinking about their problems, from indolence and luxury, and they feel better when occupied, stimulated mentally, or exercising. The appetite vanishes; there are cramp-like pains in the stomach, eructations, and irritability and burning. Further symptoms are great fatigue, aching over kidneys, and numb feet while sitting.
Apocynum cannabinum is indicated in patients with edematous swelling of especially the legs, genitals, and abdomen, accompanied by a bewildered state of mind, a tendency to alcoholism, and profuse light-colored urine.
The stomach is marked by paralysis, a "hanging-down" sensation, great thirst yet aggravation from fluids. Liquids can be vomited immediately in extreme cases. There is a general inability of the body to process fluids; the kidneys are sore and locked-up. Food settles in the stomach, turns sour and causes pain.
Scilla maritima is marked by an aversion to all mental and bodily labor. There is an excessive flow of urine, and there exists a tendency to edematous swellings, especially around the chest. The appetite is increased; the patient longs for acids and thirsts for cold water. Yet, air hunger and oppression in the chest compel to drink slowly. Nausea is experienced, together with pressure pains in the stomach that are better from lying on the left side. Typically, the patient's eyes feel as if swimming in cold water; one eye can appear smaller than the other. The teeth darken and nails become brittle and split. This remedy is indicated in mild cases of diabetes, oftentimes the spleen is affected.
Tarentula hispanica is indicated in restless, intense, and hurried patients who show great emotional power and a love for rhythmic music and dancing. They can work at a fast pace, yet they also show disinclination to work, coupled with rebelliousness in the face of authority and heightened, distracting urges for intimate relationships. At times, they can become intensely impatient and resort to violence. Their tendency to disobedience may lead them into overindulgence in the wrong foods and drug abuse. They suffer from acidic stomach conditions, intense burning pains in stomach and esophagus, bloating, and diabetes.
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ARTICLE BY:DR.ANAND DHARSENDA
WOCKHARDT HOSPITALS (RAJKOT) INDIA