nux moschata for child's autismHi, Nux Moschata fits my 7 year old autistic child's overall symptoms. I acquired Nux Moschata in 200C globulin form. Instruction that came with the packing says to feed 3 globulins x 3 times daily. Should I follow this direction and what duration do I carry this on for?
vikkihomeo on 2011-05-25
First thing though is that you should not follow standardized instructions for dosage on any homoeopathic remedy. Homoeopathy cannot be standardized since our whole philosophy revolves around a high level of individualization.
Secondly, you should not be using the pillules directly. You need to get a small bottle (15-30ml) with a dropper and make a 'dose' bottle of the remedy.
This is done by dissolving 2 pillules into a mixture of water and alcohol (5 parts to 1) in that bottle. This is your 'dosing mix'.
For each dose, hit the bottle firmly on the palm of the hand twice, then place 1 drop in a 1/2 cup of water (125ml). Stir thoroughly and place 1 teaspoon in his mouth. If he will not take a teaspoon use a clean dropper to suck up the liquid on the teaspoon and squirt it in his mouth.
Frequency of dose needs to be tailored to the situation. It is best to give one 'test' dose and wait up to 5 days to see what the reaction is. Repeat doses would only be given if
1. there is no aggravation (worsening) of symptoms
2. there are no new symptoms (side effects)
3. there is no apparent change OR
4. there is a change but there is relapse OR
5. improvement begins and then stops
You might want to go look at Tinus Smits website on the homoeopathic treatment of Autism. His CEASE therapy is very interesting.
[message edited by brisbanehomoeopath on Wed, 25 May 2011 02:07:46 BST]
[message edited by brisbanehomoeopath on Wed, 25 May 2011 02:13:37 BST]
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