What is the name of one or many medications to help or cure epilepsy?

I’m not quite familiar and internet sites don’t provide me with the answer. It’s for my book I am writing.

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  • Extreme Dude March 26, 2009, 9:11 pm

    Epilepsy is a disorder in which nerve cells of the brain from time to time release abnormal electrical impulses. These cause a temporary malfunction of the other nerve cells of the brain, resulting in alteration of, or complete loss of consciousness. There are several forms of epilepsy. Most people will have seen someone suffer a major epileptic seizure, suddenly losing consciousness, jerking the arms and legs, etc. But there are other types of epilepsy – for example, one common form of epilepsy in children merely consists of staring blankly and losing contact with the surroundings for a few seconds.

    Typically, epilepsy or seizures occur due to abnormal electrical activity in the brain which is reflected on different groups of muscles.

    ** Epilepsy is a chronic disease having a tendency to relapse periodically and for many years to life time, if not adequately treated. **

    “Homeopathy works on the dynamic level and has no direct effects on you physical body but works through your mind to completely change the probable reasons for epilepsy.

    Yes there are cures for all types of disorders in Homeopathy including HIV if administered for a intuitive homeopath who could find out the root cause.”

    Epilepsy Homeopathic Treatment:

    Belladonna atropa; Cicuta virosa; Cuprum metallicum; Hyos-cyamus nigra; Lachesis; Silicea; Zincum metallicum.

    Belladonna atropa: Epileptic spasms followed be severe nausea and vomiting.

    Cicuta virosa: Spasms with rigidity, staring eyes, blue face and frothing at the mouth, difficulty of breathing and loss of consciousness. These spasms may be followed by profound exhaustion for many days

    Cuprum metallicum: Useful when the aura begins in lower limbs and ascends to hypogastrium and is then followed by unconsciousness, foaming at mouth and falling down.

    Hyosc/amus niger: Epileptic spasms accompanied by jerking, twitching and frothing at the mouth. Patient bites the tongue and behaves in a wild and disorderly manner.

    Lachesis: Nocturnal epilepsy, narcolepsy, during sleep or worse after sleep.

    Silicea: Epilepsy commences at night (often at the new moon) from mental overstrain and emotions. Sensor)’ epilepsy.

    Zincum metallicum: Useful in chronic epileptic patients. Symptoms like trembling, convulsive twitching, fidgety feet and blurring of half of the visual field may be present.