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Chicken Pox Cure?

Hey everybody,

I'm fairly new to this forum and so far... there's a lot of great stuff! You all seem to really know what you're doing/know a lot about homeopathy.

Anyway, I was searching the web the other day and found this fastchickenpoxcure (dot) com

I'm not sure what to think of it. Can anybody else take a look and give me your opinion?

My daughter currently has the Chicken Pox and we are looking for the best solution.


  stacey12 on 2010-12-27
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.

Please give details on the symptoms expressed in the disease.

The pains and itching of smallpox can be relieved to a large extent using homeopathic remedies.

Niel Madhavan last decade
I cannot offer much of an opinion on that product, as there are no actual details of the product at all! Lots of hype, lots of promises, who knows what it is.

I am always very suspicious when someone feels the need to advertise in giant letters that fill the screen. It seems to me they are trying to bludgeon you into accepting their product lol.

Homoeopathy teaches us that there is no magic bullet for any disease, that every case must be looked at individually to ascertain what would suit that individual.

I don't really know what this person is offering - one medicine, a series of medicines, a mix of therapies - perhaps someone who has read the book can tell us?

David Kempson
Professional Homoeopath
brisbanehomoeopath last decade

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