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Thuja and autism


My son took thuja 1m for 3 days and after 15days break he took for
another 3 days.This is given by my homeopathy dr.He has been doing good
but has been stimming a lot only in social situations.He never use to stim like this.

Is it a good or bad reaction?I'm really worried.I told my homeopath and
she said it'll get better soon.

Any advice is highly appreciated.

  ownpal on 2008-05-12
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Your Hpath seems to have it right, Hpathy is not instant , you need to let things work out. Although I don't quite understand the term 'Stim' Do you mean Stammer, unable to pronounce words properly?
parachute last decade
Is Thuja a homeopathic medicine for autism.
My 3 year old child is autistic.
we are interested in starting treatment the homeopathic way.
could any one please help and guide us
cheekumilan last decade
My son is 10 years old and has (high functioning)autism.He has severe eczema and allergies whic has started getting better after starting homeopathy.Now that his eczema is better my dr is focusing on autism isssues.He got two MMR shots in 6 months period before 18months old.We didn't notice this till last month while preparing for his summer camp.My homeopathy dr had noticed this before but she thought it n=must have been a printing error(because she couldn't believe how a pediatrician could make such a BIG mistake).We could SUE our pediatrician but that's not to cure my child!!So my homeopathy Dr started with Thuja 1M 20 days back.I've been seeing stimming(He keep his mouth tight and starts shaking his hands and be in his own word)only in social situations.That's when my worry really started.

Does anybody thinks this my son is reacting to Thuja?Any advice from experts???Please!!
ownpal last decade
Dear Ram,
Allow your homeopath to work on your child's case. It takes a long time to see tangible results in Autism. Combine the treatment with adjuncts like OT, ST and Behavioural therapy to get the full benefit.
dr.ruchi.saxena last decade

Thuja is not the only drug for autism. selection is based on presenting symptoms of each individual case. post yr child's case or take him to a good homeopath
dr.ruchi.saxena last decade
i have seen plenty of cases of autism. the symptoms dont belong to thuja. dont worry. report them to yr dr.
dr.ruchi.saxena last decade
I have decided to vaccine my 2month old with single vaccinations and on my own schedule. My ND told me to use Thuja one day before the vaccine and three days after to deter any problems that mey arise from the vaccine. What do you think? From what I read Thuja is not used in this manner. Thank You
rtang last decade
I'm reading all of these comments about Thuga. I used it 2.5 decades ago while still nursing my son when he had a radically negative reaction to his first childhood vaccines. I took the thuga myself which brought it to my infant in my breast milk. His seizures stopped after about 3 months and he fully recovered. I spend decades researching autism and even working with children and autism using yoga. another superb approach is the cleansing breath, a breathing exercise in yoga. It is reknowned for detoxifying the brain, organs, etc. Very powerful and recircuits the nervous system which I believe is 'shocked' in some children by the vaccines and probably the stabilizing factors in vaccines like mercury.
blueeagleyoga 9 years ago

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