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Need professional answer about sulphur 200ck!!My 15 year old daughter was suffering with an extrmely itchy dry rash about 4-5 inches in diameter on the front of her right ankle and backs of both elbows. After much reasearch she took maybe 5 dry doses of sulphur 30x over the course of maybe 3 days. We saw no improvement and read that the dose may not have been potent enough. Therefore we gave her 200ck potency about 3 or 4 dry doses of 5 pellets under the tongue over the course about 2 or 3 days. She is now suffering with a very itchy, bumpy rash covering her body mostly arms, chest and thighs as well as redness and swelling around her eyes. I am worried we have caused this reaction with the repeated sulphur doses.
She has never had a reaction like this to anything, and is very worried about the swelling on her eyes and extremely itchy bumpy rash on her body.
A professional opinion please, about whether this was caused by the sulphur? Also if there is something we can do to reverse it. Very worried.
turquoisewaters on 2017-08-16
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Give her Aloe 30, twice a day for a few days to calm down the aggressive action of Sulphur in eliminating the toxins through her other parts of the skin.
Then present your case fresh with the typical questioner floating around. One of the well trained Homeopath may help you. Self medication should be avoided, as you may be unaware of what to expect from each dose.
♥ Reva V 6 months ago
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