I have had many bouts of tonsillitus, and am currently cosideing having them removed. However, I saw that some homeopathic/herbal remedies may help.
My tonsils are now enlarged and can get quite painful. I have seen on the internet things such like Calc Phos, Thuja liquid, Baryta Carb, and this other product called the Throat and Tonsil Dr.
Does anyone know if any of these are likely to help with my problem?
Thank in advance :)
dezza on 2008-11-23
(1) pls take only one dose of PHYTOLACCA - CM
(2)Ater 5 days take only one dose of BELLADONA - 1000
Then wait 2 days NOW WE START full treatment to get full cure, course will last 3 months
BELLADONA 200 one dose daily.
BRYTA CARB 200 One dose weekly..
BACILLINIUM - 1000-One dose after every 15 days
Along with this BIO Combination for speedy recovery & save urself from butch knife.Ask ur homeo Dr to make it for u& advice.
FERRUM PHOS 3X+KALI PHOS 3X +CALC PHOS 3X +KALIMUR 3X +NAT MUR 3X = 20g tablets Each of above bio's.MIX- grind & FILL IN LARGE CAPsules..take one cap 3 times daily..
I'm not a Dr but it works its upto u.pls ask some homeo Dr for advice.
they say allways keep TUBERCULINUM in mind when treating sore throats,with frequent tonsillitis and enlarged tonsils.*******
GOOD LUCK Remember should make your own choice...blop blop me NO Dr only khowa mukha
purdaysee last decade
I'll have to see where to get the majority of these though - I have never seen most of these in UK shops.
dezza last decade
you can get from abc homeopathy...........if not then as bellow
helios homoeopathy ltd., 97 camden road, tunbridge wells, kent tn1 2qr, uk. telephone (01892) 536393 (24hr) / (01892) 537254 (9:45am-5:30pm) fax (01892) 546850
purdaysee last decade
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