att: Kadwa : mosquito bitesHallo again Kadwa
Im concerned about my little 3 yr old girl. She was bitten badly by mosquitoes last week. Large irritating and painful bites that pulsated and throbbed even to the naked eye. I tried calendula tincture and both ledum and staphisangria 30c and even apis200. Nothing really gave much relief. Maybe staph more than the rest. The problem is that since then they seem to have spead over the rest of her body as if her body is creating them. The doctor said this happens when a mosquito is infected and prescibed antihistamines.
I would like your opinion in two things: 1) what shall I give now for relief and 2) Ihave read that if u give ledum 30 three times a day throughout the time your child is in an mosquito infected area it will reduce the child's suseptibility to the bites. Do u agree?
My daughter is fair skinned with red hair and has very sensitive skin (Pulsatilla constitutional type)
Many thanks in advance for your time.
elstrom73 on 2010-06-22
**Please read echinacea, arsenicum album, cistus and hepar sulph.
You may give her Arsesnic Alb 30c thrice a day for 2 days and see how that affects her in next 15 days.
Ars follows Puls well. The remedy related to the constitutional remedy works well if it is indicated.
2) I have read that if u give ledum 30 three times a day throughout the time your child is in an mosquito infected area it will reduce the child's suseptibility to the bites
**ledum 30 thrice a day only once a week may be given as a preventive. There is no need to give it daily.
♡ kadwa last decade
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