Creating Waves of Awareness
Postprandial orthostatic hypotension is also common. It may be caused by the insulin response to high-carbohydrate meals and blood pooling in the GI tract; this condition is worsened by alcohol intake.
As all of us know, homoeopathy treats the person as a whole. It means that homeopathic treatment focuses on the patient as a person, as well as his pathological condition. Therefore homoeopathic medicines for cases of hypotension must be selected after a full individualising, full lab examination and case-analysis, which includes the medical history of the patient, physical and mental constitution etc.
The most commonly indicated homoeopathic medicines in low blood pressure are:
Carbo-veg, Phos, Sepia, Thyroidinum, Baryta-mur, Aconite, Aranea, Cactus, Curare, Gelsemium, Halo, Histamine, Lachesis, Lyco, Naja, Rauwolfia, Reserprine, Visc., Radium, Theridion, Oleander, Laurocrasis, Acid flour, Adrenalin, Ars alb, Aurum mur, Bartya carb, Bryonia, Crataegus, China, Conium, Ferrum met, lycopus, Nat mur, Pulsatilla.
Personally I am of the opinion that homeopathic therapeutic carries little value and we must select the remedy as per the rules stated above.
When I say Homeopathic therapeutics, I want to say that the normal tendency of claiming that the Aconite, Bryonia, Belladonna, China etc are medicines for fever is an Allopathic way of thinking. I don't believe in this. I am of the firm opinion, that each individual case as per totality will decide the medicine and not these suggested therapeutics. I hope it clarifies my stand.