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Berberis Vulgaris vs Nat Nur (Under Eye Circles)I read the post re the 8yo girl with dark uner eye circles. My daughter has the same thing. She is only 7 but has had them since she was 6. She is a very thin and tall girl for her age (takes after her daddy).
During the winter of 2006/2007, at age 5, she was on antibiotics from October-Feb/March for recurring ear infections. Last winter in 2007/2008, she again had recurring ear infections but not as often. I had read dark circles can also be a sign of candida overgrowth and with her anitbitoic history, it made sense.
This September, I had her take a high acidophilus powder with a 500 billion count for one week. The circles in my opinion went from a bluish tint to now just a brown tint.
This fall I vowed to attack anything with homeopathic remedies first and so far so good. Very happy!! She has only had one ear infection so far this winter. All of her other colds I have been able to control with pulsatilla and Kali bi.
So I read in the one post Nat Mur and Arnica Mont for the 8yo with dark circles, but I also read about Berberis Vulgaris under the remedies. The Berberis Vulg also mentions pale complexion, which I say she looks more pale than what she should for the wintertime.
Which would you suggest I have my daughter try first and at what potentcy and frequency?
donnaj24 on 2009-01-12
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Sorry, a few typing mistakes....heading should be Nat Mur (not Nat Nur) and the acidophilus should be 500 million...not billion. Still hoping for some replies.
donnaj24 9 years agogive her nat mur 30 one dose daily for 5 days repeat after one month cal phos 6x thrice daily for one month
♥ akshaymohl 9 years agoThe Nat Mur potency a 30C ?
Do I start the CalPhos after I have given the NatMur for one month, or do I give the NatMur and the Cal Phos for the same month/same time?
donnaj24 9 years ago
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