Zahira, a young girl from the culturally rich city of Lucknow, was known for her radiant eyes. Her bright eyes, however, started to dim due to a growing discomfort. As she grew from a lively child to a young adult, she began to experience acute catarrhal affections, particularly affecting her eyes and nose.
She was prone to profuse and acrid lachrymation with an equally profuse, though bland, coryza. This often was accompanied by a pressing pain behind her sternum and a hacking cough with a free mucous expectoration.
The beauty of the historical architecture around her started becoming unbearable to gaze at due to photophobia. Her eyes started to develop conjunctivitis with an excessive, acrid, watery discharge. Her eyelid margins became swollen, red, and burning, even showing signs of ulceration. No longer could she admire the historical structures that Lucknow was known for, like the Bara Imambara and Rumi Darwaza.
Zahira’s life took a different turn when she reached her teenage years and started menstruating. Her menstrual cycle was unusual, with the flow lasting only an hour or, at times, being late and lasting just a single day.
Moreover, being an active and energetic girl, she often had minor falls or accidents, leading to contusions or injuries to her external body parts. The damage seemed to take longer to heal and had a more substantial effect on her than her friends.
Overwhelmed by Zahira’s declining health, her parents sought the help of renowned homeopathic doctor Dr. Anil Singhal MD, based in Gurugram, near New Delhi. Dr. Singhal, after understanding Zahira’s case in depth and studying her symptoms, diagnosed her and prescribed the homeopathic remedy ‘Euphrasia’.
Under the guidance of Dr. Singhal, Zahira followed the treatment plan diligently. To everyone’s relief, her symptoms began to alleviate gradually. Her eyes began to heal, her menstrual cycle normalized, and her overall health significantly improved.
The transformation was miraculous. Zahira, who had once been bogged down by her health issues, was now once again the lively and radiant girl everyone loved.
Zahira’s recovery was no less than a miracle for her family. It had been a taxing journey, with the family often teetering on the brink of despair. However, under the guidance of Dr. Anil Singhal, hope had prevailed. The remarkable transformation was more than they had dared to dream.
Every day, they saw Zahira regaining her vitality, and every day their hearts filled with more gratitude for Dr. Singhal. They praised his expertise and the effectiveness of his treatment to their relatives, friends, and neighbors. The story of Zahira’s recovery spread throughout their community, making Dr. Singhal a revered figure in their eyes.
Zahira’s mother often told her, “Dr. Singhal didn’t just cure you; he gave us back our daughter. For that, we owe him a debt we can never repay.” Indeed, every time they looked at Zahira’s radiant smile and sparkling eyes, their hearts overflowed with appreciation.
As for Zahira, her admiration and gratitude for Dr. Singhal knew no bounds. She saw him as her savior, the man who had given her a second chance at life. Often she would tell her friends about him, describing how his treatment had brought about an unimaginable change in her health. She wrote a heartfelt letter to Dr. Singhal, expressing her gratitude and vowing to spread the word about the wonders of homeopathy.
The family organized a small gathering at their house, inviting their close ones to celebrate Zahira’s recovery. The event was also an acknowledgment of their deep gratitude towards Dr. Singhal. They honored him with a traditional Lucknowi shawl, a small gesture to express their immense respect and thankfulness.
In the end, Dr. Anil Singhal was more than just a doctor to Zahira and her family. He was their beacon of hope, their guide out of the shadows of despair, and a symbol of unyielding faith in the face of adversity. The Singhal name became synonymous with healing and compassion in their household, a testament to the profound impact Dr. Singhal had on their lives.
Source: Clarke’s Pentachords.