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Husband's hayfever

Every spring my husband gets hayfever symptoms that last a couple of months and make him miserable.

I got him Nat Mur 12C. He has been taking dry dose 2 pellets two times a day, a.m./p.m. He might be getting slight relief but no wheres near enough. He's also taking Claritin (the poor guy has to work).

I feel Nat Mur is right remedy for him, but that the potency and dosing may be wrong.

He has itchy, watery eyes, running nose, itchy uvula ( that thing that hangs down in the back over the root of your tongue) and sneezing.

Before even knowing that Nat Mur helps hayfever, I was reading profiles of remedies, and I felt the Nat Mur fit him. Like I said, I feel like I might be getting dosing and maybe potency wrong. Any suggestions?
  maryo on 2005-05-22
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The hay fever patient should be treated when it is NOT the season,

It sometimes helps to give a single dose of a high potency say 1m or 10m and wait a week or two.

The work compulsion is hell.

Some of the best results I have had was with Nat Sul 1m.

I treated a man who was allergic to his own dog.

Pulsatilla is another useful remedy.
passkey last decade
There is one thing though - he refuses to give up his coffee.
maryo last decade
So if it IS the season now, and he's suffering so, what do you do?
maryo last decade
Just cut down on the coffee.

If you feel confident about Nat mur get some 1m or 10m and give one tablet only for three sucessive nights at bed time after brushing teeth with non medicated tooth paste [ or salt]

Then wait about 2/3 weeks to judge result.
passkey last decade
Thanks, Passkey. I appreciate your help. Will do.
maryo last decade

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