Help for asthmaI have been diagnosing my asthma symptoms trying to find a remedy. I have tried more remedies than I can count, including Natrum Sulph, Lobelia Inflata, Arsenicum Alba, Phosphorus, Sulphur, and Ipecac.
I have a constant need to take a deep breath, and it's hard to get that full breath.
It's worse when I exercise, for then my chest feels so constricted and my chest burns.
It's worse in the humidity.
Yawning is impossible.
Worse after a full meal.
Tight clothing worse.
Pain on right side extending to back.
Expectoration and belching with exercise.
Feels like I'm suffocating.
Accelerated breathing with exercise.
I greatly appreciate help with this!
hmm3117 on 2009-08-22
In the meanwhile, take three doses of biochemic salt Kali phos 12x for a period of one week. One dose will constitute sipping a cupful of lukewarm water in which 3 tablets have been diluted.
Report back in 15 days
Niel Madhavan last decade
I pray the God of peace comforts you.
I only have Kali Phos 30C. Do I still dissolve 3 pellets in lukewarm water and sip a cupful 3x a day?
hmm3117 last decade
Asthma is a fairly serious and often a complex chronic condition, usually related to the Miasm in a person's case (often inherited, inborn chronic weakness). You cannot sure a simple computer program to self-prescribe for it. These kinds of programs are for True Acute situations (influenza, colds, injuries, poisonings, bites etc) not for chronic illness. Only a qualified and experienced practitioner will be able to cure you, and most likely only if they see you in person.
So Niel's intial advice is good, stop self-prescribing for your astham.
♡ brisbanehomoeopath last decade
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