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dogmom2
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Had some soft tissue work done for an old neck injury yesterday. the chiro used traummel gel, I didn't have any reaction right away. But was wide wake for hours last night and woke up feeling herx-ish. any chance the traumeel caused it, or maybe just sitrring up the bugs with the soft tissue work?

Just wondering if I should have him use it in the future or switch to something else.

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Brussels
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Yes, I believe it can. These are Heel products and they can be very powerful, when you need that.

I had used many of Heel and Sanum products, and I find them amazing (when energetically tested).

Effects can be profound.

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"Can Traumeel (pain reliever gelt) cause a herx?"

I doubt it. Chiro probably started to move some biofilm and within that is buried every neurotoxin you can think of. That could have caused you the discomfort. Heel are great products for calming things down, even though only temporarily. The neck area is often one of the toughest areas where toxins get stuck.

Learn to investigate with a tensor or pendulum. You will get answers and figure out what is best.

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When I used it I felt really strange about 20 min after I applied it. It took me awhile to realize it. I can't say it was a herx though.
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I've actually felt a little calmer since it was used, and initially it actually decresed the volume of the tinnitus. so probably is helping me if anything,and probably the released toxins caused the trouble.

Just started reading the book "your body can talk"about energy testing so hopefully will be able to somewhat energy test myself in the future.

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