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Ear Infection

Homeopathic remedy Pulsatilla Negricans was recommended for my 2 year old's right ear infection. How should remedy be applied - in liquid form, directly into ear? Or pill form, by mouth?
Thank you
  Iansmummy on 2003-03-06
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Pills are the normal way of taking homeopathic remedies, so try those first.

If he spits them out, or refuses to take them, then a few drops of liquid remedy in his drink would be the next option.

Creams can be applied directly to skin complaints, but you wouldn't normaly apply a liquid dilution to the skin for the simple reason that it won't stay there very long.

Putting cream directly in his ear would obviously be a bad idea as it would be difficult to get it out again. A liquid dilution in the ear wouldn't be quite as bad as a lotion in the ear, but internaly is the best way to take them.

Maria ;)
maria last decade

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