Travel while pregnant helpI am 2 month into my first pregnancy and going to be away from my husband for 2 weeks. I am very nervous - but would really like to visit my family. My husband cannot come with due to his work. It is 4-5 hour flight + 26 hours train ride.
In my country it is still quite cold and I am wondering if there is something I could take to enhance my immunity and mental stability during the trip?
So far I took only Nat Mur (which was the first remedy ever taken and it worked wonders) - and Apis Mel.
For the nerves in the plane I was recommended Argentum Ni. which I took on our last trip.
But since the pregnancy I became really easily aggitated which worries me. I am already missing my husband - and am going to away in the cold country for two weeks...
Any ideas would be highly appreciated! Thank you!
nettle on 2010-03-04
♡ deoshlok last decade
You may require bach flower remedies like 1) Rescue remedy 2) Gentian to keep the travel enjoyable without nervousness. You can take these remedies as you like during the travel and during the stay. 4 pills or drops would do.
For immunity, you would be better off taking constitutional remedy. For me, it looks like you may be close to pulsatilla constitution, but it's just a pointer. You can talk about this to your homeopath. And ofcourse the tissue salts would help your immunity. Take them regularly.
♡ maheeru last decade
thank you Maheeru for great advice!
which tissue salts help immunity?
can they be given to a 2 year old child.
thank you! xx
nettle last decade
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