Increase AppetiteMy son is 21/2 years old. He gets cold/cough sometimes accompanied with fever very frequently, sometimes because of mixing with people or sometimes because of cold weather.
He is also a picky eater and when is sick he completely losses his appetite.
I am giving him ACONITE 30c thrice a day for cold and cough. Is there something that I can give him regularly to build his resistance and increase his appetite?
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Any help will be greatly apprecited
nshukla on 2005-05-12
After that you can start to PROVE the remedy.
There is another post on this site where a mother has been giving Thuja for THREE mONTHS .
THe child now has problems from overdosing!!.
STOP giving aconite. Part of the proving is LOSS OF APPETITE!.
you can just leave the sitation to right itself , or antidote the overdose by using ---
Sulphur 1m one dose on three sucessive nights.
Before going to sleep and 20 min after brushing teeth with non medicated toothpaste
passkey last decade
I started giving him aconite three days back and he is getting better. This was suggested to me by my friend and this is the first time I am trying any homeopathy medicine on him.
My problem is that he catches cold and cough very frequently almost every month.
He also has a bad appetite.
Can I give him something to build his resistance and increase his appetite?
Please let me know if you need any other information.
nshukla last decade
Minsa last decade
If there is an improvement do nothing until there is a backsliding .
In which case repeat the process.
passkey last decade
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