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A Remedy for Donald Trump

Ever since Donald Trump declared his candidacy for President of the United States, he has been dropping symptoms all over the place.  For a classical homeopath, it is a gold mine, a veritable treasure trove.

Up until today, I thought I pretty much knew what remedy he could take to get over his germaphobia and become a less egotistical, pompous leader and grow a little thicker skin.

Then a story came out on the internet that British Prime Minister Theresa May held Donald Trump’s hand when going down the stairs and down a ramp because he is afraid of falling or going down ramps.  Assuming this is true, this is a great homeopathic symptom.

yourefiredLet’s look at some symptoms for him.  But first, a note on the symptoms.  These aren’t judgments.  They are simple observations.  Just as occurs in a homeopathy appointment.

And now, the symptoms:

  • Dictatorial–he is, without a doubt, an authoritarian.
  • Egotism–need I say more?
  • Boaster–a YUUUGE symptom
  • Liar–alternative facts
  • Ambition
  • Want of moral feeling–grab ’em by the p***y, cheating on his wives.
  • Sensitive to the criticism–Trumplethinskin
  • Disobedience–the rules don’t apply to me
  • Intolerant of contradiction–^^^
  • Pompous–inflated sense of self importance
  • Fear of contagion–germaphobe
  • Fear of downward motion–needing to hold a hand while walking down the stairs. There is actually a symptom of fear of falling down the stairs but there aren’t enough remedies in it to utilize.  Many people actually have this fear, so we need to use a bigger symptom.
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Repertorization of Donald Trump Symptoms

This screen shows the top 19 remedies but there were 346 remedies that showed up in the repertorization.  So we need to add some other characteristics in with the knowledge we already know about him, that cannot be repertorized.  Knowledge of remedies is equally important.

We know he is very ostentacious, likes flashy buildings, beautiful women, etc.  How he looks and how the people look who are with him is important.  All of his wives were models. (F)

We know that he is obsessed with building a wall. (F)

We know that he cannot maintain a relationship, as he is on his third wife.  They are likely very superficial relationships as well.  (F)

He likes to fire people. (F)

He’s overweight. (C)

The remedies in the 17th column of the periodic table are the halogens.  All of the remedies in that column have issues with making and breaking bonds, and the actual elements do as well.  Fluorine has that issue and is also very flashy and concerned about appearance.  So we will focus on Fluorine.

The flagship Fluorine remedy is Fluoric Acid.  (This is the remedy Ted Danson’s character, Sam Malone, in Cheers needs.)  All the symptoms above, marked with an (F) are symptoms of Fluorine.

There is a connection between building the wall and his germaphobia.  Walls help to keep germs out.  Unfortunately, they also keep people out, which is a struggle for Fluorine.

Firing people also breaks bonds between people. There is a symptom in the homeopathic repertory which is Mind, Delusion, Servants, he must get rid of.  One remedy.  Fluoric Acid. And interestingly, the remedy for Arnold Schwartzenegger, who replaced Trump in The Celebrity Apprentice, is Fluoric Acid as well!

webremedybottlesboironI was willing to accept Fluoric Acid as the remedy Donald Trump needs (without having looked it up, but just thought it a good fit), until I heard this symptom of fear of falling down the stairs.  So I decided to take a look.  That symptom is not covered by Fluoric Acid and neither is the symptom of germaphobia.  (See the repertory above.)

But Calcarea (Calc) does cover those two symptoms, and many others that aren’t covered by the fluorine.  It covers his sensitivity to what others think, his boasting and lying.  As you can see, Fluoric Acid fills in nicely where Calc doesn’t cover the symptoms.

So I would give Donald Trump Calcarea Fluoricum. Calc Fluor. Many people who need this remedy wish they could keep a relationship going.  It is often the first time in their lives that they can, after a dose or two of Calc Fluor.  They would like to be thicker skinned, and feel less sensitive to the opinions of others–this is true of all Calcarea remedies.

It is important to point out that homeopathy isn’t a simple math problem.  It doesn’t always work this easily.

Another aspect of Fluorine to bring up as it relates to the general population is that Fluorine is a superficial element (thus the concern about appearances).  It acts on the surface of things. So Fluoride treatments, while not completely safe, are administered to the surface of the teeth.  Compare that to Fluoridated water, which is administered internally.  This is where the true problems arise. For example, fluoride causes soft tissue tumors in women.  It also used to be used to suppress the thyroid function when patients were diagnosed with Hyperthyroid.  (Ever wonder why no one’s thyroid is functioning properly anymore?)  Luckily with homeopathic remedies the Fluoride is potentized so it is safe.

So if anyone knows Donald Trump and if he wants to get over his germaphobia and fear of falling down stairs, have him get ahold of me.  If you know someone like him, have that person call as well.

Kathryn
651-748-1556
www.lotushomeopathy.com

A Remedy for Big Bang Theory’s Dr. Sheldon Cooper

Sheldon Cooper needs a remedy. Which one?

If you have never watched The Big Bang Theory, you are missing a lot of good laughs.  There’s nothing like a bunch of nerds making fun of each other.  It is on CBS on Thursday evenings and on TBS in reruns 3 or 4 nights a week.

However, if you have watched it, you are familiar with the narcissistic, manipulative, arrogant, controlling, brilliant physicist, Dr. Sheldon Cooper, played by Jim Parsons.  If there was ever a character that was completely void of any ability to look at things from another person’s perspective, he is that character.

Some of his other characteristics include being way too direct, having a photographic memory, fear of germs, neat freak, zero social skills, preferring his own company to that of others, and LOVING and REQUIRING structure.  He has no tolerance for ambiguity in his day to day life.

Science is his religion, as his mother was very religious.  However, he has rejected her religious viewpoints and instead, has made science his religion.  What is very interesting about him is that he is a theoretical physicist.  One would think that someone who likes predictability as much as this character would not be comfortable in the realm of theory.  But because religion is always more ambiguous than day to day life, he is comfortable with this.  And also theorizing is one of his symptoms—not just in his job, but in his day to day existence.  He uses theories and logic to get along in life where most people know instinctively what to say and do and how to understand a social situation.

The real key to figuring out Sheldon is to figure out what it was like to be living in that house hold as a child.  His super religious mother is also his “kryptonite”.  He will do anything that she tells him.  I get the sense that she smothered him, but not in a loving, I’m-worried-you’ll-hurt-yourself sort of way.  It seemed more like Your-salvation-is-in-question-if-you-don’t-follow-the-rules type of smothering.  Sometimes we use the mother’s state to find a remedy for the child.  In his case, he is very child-like and hasn’t separated from his mother as he ought, so even though he is an adult, we can still use his mother’s symptoms.

To read more about the whole story of his character, click here:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sheldon_Cooper

In trying to come up with a remedy for him, there are so many symptoms, it is difficult to know where to start.  His chief complaint would be his rigidity and his difficulty assimilating socially into any group.  Some people would say he has Asberger’s although his creator says that was not part of the creation process.  But he is narcissistic, which causes his social problems.  Too absorbed in himself, not interested enough in others.

His Intelligence and theorizing is one symptom.  Another is his being too religious—his mother with what is normally considered religion and his own religion that is science.  His self-indulgent narcissism is another.  His OCD, fear of germs is his fourth symptom.  His arrogance is his fifth and is lack of interest in any sort of sexuality is the last one I would examine.

Two remedies come to mind with these symptoms:  Sulphur and Arsenicum. First, they are both minerals, which are about trying to find their place in the world, which he is.  They both cover most of his symptoms.  Intelligence is not normally seen as a hallmark of Arsenicum, although they can certainly be intelligent.  They both have the ability to theorize about everything.  The rest of the symptoms really cover both of them.  Sulphur can be very social, or be very anti-social.  Arsenicum doesn’t really have an axis of being social or not social.  They tend to be more manipulative than Sulphur.  It is usually about making sure they are safe, however. Although Arsenicum is can have concern about salvation, it is usually in line with their fears about the environment in general.  Sulphur is well known for also being religious. There are other religious remedies as well, but many tend to be chilly. While Sheldon is manipulative, it is because he wants his own way.  The childish side of him (also covered by Sulphur) is fed by that, and he uses his intellectual powers of logic to do that.  (Frankly, I wouldn’t put up with him.)  Sheldon is an attention seeker, so that people can see how smart he is.  That is a Sulphur symptom.  Finally, he also broke down and started hoarding cats after one particularly emotionally traumatizing incident.  Sulphur loves cats.

It seems like Sulphur is the answer for Sheldon, however, Sulphur tends to be much messier than Sheldon’s character is.  But you can always see the opposite symptom in any remedy state.  Also, we don’t know if he is warm or cold.  If he is warm, I’d give him Sulphur, or a Sulphur salt.  It is hard to tell which one he might need, but it could be Cuprum Sulphuricum or Kali Sulphuricum.  If, however, he is cold all the time, he may, indeed, need Arsenicum or an Arsenicum Salt.  Once again, I would consider Cuprum Arsenicosum or Kali Arsenicosum.

Interestingly, Homeopathy is of more interest and plausible to physicists than it is to Chemists or Biologists.  Some people have suggested that Homeopathy can be explained by String Theory.  So I wouldn’t be surprised to find an upcoming episode some which incorporates a discussion of Homeopathy.

Do you know anyone who is Sheldon-Like?  That is narcissistic, controlling, intelligent, with poor social skills?  He or she might not need Sulphur, but such people can definitely be helped with Homeopathy.

PS, My apologies to anyone who is offended by the comments about religion.  I am merely observing, not judging.

Kathryn

651-748-1556

www.lotushomeopathy.com

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