I want to send you a case of nasal polyps.
My husband suffered from nasal blockage for about 23 years, especially in winter. For years he could only sleep half sitting or only with the help of a nasal spray.
About ten years ago, he had the adenoids removed by surgery. He heard how they scraped off the polyp during the operation, which was cruel for him, and not to speak of the agony after the operation.
Four years ago, these polyps again became so thick that it was difficult for him to breathe again, and in his distress, he was already thinking a lot about another surgery.
But since we know the Germanische Heilkunde well, we always postponed the surgery. We knew that this was not a solution; he had already had a bad experience before. I always asked him about a scent-conflict, but he could not tell me anything concrete. We thought about it a lot, but we did not conclude for years. Many experiences in his life came into question, but he could not remember any conflict concretely, so we could not clear up the tracks either.
We thought he could have once had a scent-conflict connected with his work because he had enough of that. He was already sad that he had to put up with the nasal polyps until retirement. But I observed his symptoms; the polyps in his nose were always swollen only in winter. The question was: what is there in winter now that was there then that is not there now in summer – mainly at night? The first thing that comes to mind is the heating, and we suspected it for that. But when we were skiing, there was also heating, and there he got normal air. So that was not the conflict.
We grew up in the same village, and we were classmates in elementary school, but we were already 40 when we got married. Before that, my husband was married to another woman, so I couldn’t help him find a conflict because I didn’t know his past history.
When we spent a week abroad in winter two years ago, where he started getting normal air from now on, I thought hard and looked for something he brought from his previous marriage that could be the second sideline. And that’s when it occurred to me: He brought a favorite sheepskin sleeping blanket from his first marriage. He never wanted to give it away because he loved it more than anything. By the way, I didn’t like this one because it was too heavy for me and it was huge, and I could hardly pick it up. But just because of the size, his feet are covered throughout the night.
Then I asked him, “Say, maybe didn’t something happen at your house in the winter about 23 years ago, when the heat was on, where that sleeping blanket was included?”
He looked at me dumbfounded, and I knew immediately that I hit right in the middle. He had already forgotten that!
You can see very clearly in people when you have found the conflict.
Then he told me that at that time, he bought four such sheepskin blankets for the whole family for Christmas, and when he showed them to his wife at Christmas, there was a huge fight. The wife was outraged at how he could waste money on such expensive blankets. And these blankets cost a lot of money at that time, and it was more than one could typically earn in half a year. But he thought, he has a lot of orders, and at the moment they can afford it – after all, this blanket is good for a lifetime.
And that was a vast stink conflict for him, which suddenly ran on two tracks: this sheepskin blanket and the heater. How could his wife make such a row over his gift at Christmas?
Then I said to him: You will never have problems with your nose from today. When we get home, I will exchange your blanket, and I will get this blanket out of the house. He looked at me, relieved. I literally saw a stone fall from his heart. Since then, his nose is no longer blocked. However, for the last month, he has been using his favorite blanket again because he could not get used to any other blanket; they were too small and too light for him. He has realized that such a story can never happen to him again, and he sleeps all night again without waking up because of the blanket being too small.
Thank you for the beautiful cases that you have collected. I hope that we can contribute to your work.
Julianna and Gyuri from Hungary
Note by H. Pilhar
Yes, you have given me great pleasure with this testimonial – and probably many other people too!
On the one hand, it is the first experience report with nasal polyps on this home page; on the other hand, I am affected and find myself in it again!
The nasal polyps are, after all, glandular tissue (yellow group), and the conflict is, after all, an (olfactory) morsel conflict.
- The right side of the nose – not getting a desired morsel of smell
- The left side of the nose – not getting rid of an unwanted morsel of smell
The handedness is irrelevant here.
Dear Julianna, please write if Gyuri had it on the left, right, or both sides and if he stunk out of his nose (tuberculous healing).
PS: Congratulations on your detective masterpiece! Also, in this regard, this testimonial is a blast!