Phosphorus boy?Hi would a dr of homeopathy be able to confirm please if my 11 year old boy needs Phosphorus? He is very thin, dark hair and eyes, his arm bones seem to be growing faster than his body, his shoulder blades really stick out his back, his spine slightly curving inwards on his lower spine. He is growing very slowly in his height. Very scared of the dark, wakes up in the night with nightmares. I have tried Remedy Finder and comes up Phosphorus? What potency would i give if this is correct please?
motherlove on 2016-01-26
Thank you, how do i distinguish between the two remedies? Why Calc phos and not Phos please? And which potency? thank you
motherlove 2 years agoActually there is not much to distinguish between phos and calcarea phos in this case.
Phos has growing pains, there is general over growth. Calcarea phos has retarded growth. You have mentioned that he is not growing in height. Calcarea phos is suitable for growing children where there is physical or mental retardation. Shoulder blades and inward curving of spine are covered by calcarea phos .
♥ telescope 2 years agoHi again and thank you for your very informative reply. Ok so this sounds more like Calc Phos then, so what potency would be best? Also another thing his skin has a slightly yellow tinge to it as before he as quite white, would be be covered also in Calc Phos? thank you
motherlove 2 years ago
You can use 200 potency one dose only.
It may take around 6 months to set things right.
Do not give him sour food or drinks.
♥ telescope 2 years agoThank you, but is it really ok to give a child a 200 potency? Im sure youve got experience but im a bit afraid thats all
motherlove 2 years ago
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