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questions re: graphites for my kids? :)Hello,
Hoping someone can help me out, please. :)
I am giving my 2-yr. old son graphites, hoping to improve a small scar on his forehead, and I cannot get him to stop swallowing them, (he won't them dissolve under his tongue or in his cheek.) (These are Boiron 30 c little ball shaped pills, maybe they're called pellets - I'm not sure, but they're white and round.) I am wondering if there is a different form of graphites that he can take so he won't swallow these? (Or, if I dissolve it in a little water and spoon feed it to him is it as effective?)
Also, what strength and dosage would be appropriate for him for his scar? (I've been giving him 30 c , 5 of them 3x a day).
Also, one last question--my daughter has a big scar/birthmark across her forehead, and I'd like to give her graphites as well to improve that. She is 5 years old. Can anyone tell me what her strength and dosage should be?
Thank you all so much!! :D
scottsangeloflove on 2011-01-11
This is inappropriate use of homoeopathy. Graphites will only cure scars if you give them to a Graphites child (the whole case matches the remedy). Giving so much of a remedy, without knowing if it is correct for the patient, may create side effects.
Assuming that your son is a Graphites child, then one dose a day for a maxium of 3 days should be sufficient to show results.
You should go to these sites to read up a little more on how homoeopathy works and what information is needed to make successful prescriptions.
♥ brisbanehomoeopath 7 years ago
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