Scalp fungal infection

My 101 year old granny had a fungal infection on her scalp, very itchy. We gave her sepia and the antifungal combo. The fungal infection went away but she got very drowsy with insomia at night. We stopped both sepia and antifungal after a week, the scalp had healed by then but the drowsiness continued. She also started to get hallucinations which hyoscamus could not treat. For the night insomia my aunt who is an ENT gave her some diazepam which made her very drowsy throughtout the day, it also stopped her hearing. She could not hear or see anything after the diazepam dose so after 3 days we stopped it.

We then gave her ignatia 1m. After the first 2 drops dose she started hearing and seeing enough to watch a movie, the effect lasted for 2 hrs. We dosed her again and this time effect lasted for a long time, she became aware of her surrounding and could hear and see. She also slept well in the night.

Chose ignatia because strychnine causes the sudden breakdown of muscles and bones and body tissues. Since she is so old the tissue degeneration is rapidly progressing, ignatia has paused it a bit. The infection mustve triggered oxidation and increased breakdown. I can only hope ignatia given to her daily stops the rapidity of her degeneration and gives her better quality of life.