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Old 08-02-2014, 04:56 AM
Cissy Cissy is offline
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Default Links between Calcium and Hemangiomas


I'm new to this forum. I had a large Venous Malformation in my skull (right parietal lobe) and it started shrinking when I started taking the liquid version of the homeopathic drug Calcarea Flourica 30c once per day.

Has anyone else had this experience?

Or, does anyone know of links between calcium levels and Hemangiomas?

Thank you for letting me ask this question in your forum. I'm really looking forward to your answers.

All the best,

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Old 08-02-2014, 11:17 PM
missy missy is offline
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Hi and welcome!

I have never heard of a link between calcium and vascular birthmarks, but I'd love to hear more and do some research.

How much shrinkage?

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Old 08-03-2014, 12:54 AM
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It completely disappeared and my skull even grew back.

My neighbour also had a hemangioma on her back. She is in her fifties and her hemangioma was raised, light pink, 4 x 8 cm and it had been there since birth. She took the Calcarea Flourica 30c as well and hers disappeared too.

The doctors say it is a coincidence, but two of us took it and both hemangiomas are gone.

Here is article that lead me in this direction.

Here is one describing what Calcarea Flourica treats.

I find myself lying awake at night thinking about the Calcarea Flourica and calcium levels. Wondering if it is a coincidence that ages calcium demands change (2 and 5 years) are also the same ages hemangiomas often shrink. Or, is it really important connection.
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