can I combine some homeopathic meds?I have a 5 year old who is very inattentive, hyper, easily distracted, facial ticks, Fidgets etc.
I have seen a homeopath who gave lycopodium just a one time does, it doesnt seem to work, so after reading lots I noticed that if I am able to combine Hyoscyamus, Cina, Chamomilla and Belladona it might benefit him. all 30c dose. Am I able to mix them? can I give them all at once? 3 times a day as it says on the bottle?
minnie1973 on 2012-01-20
There are many reasons for this. As his mother, the most important one for you should be that homoeopathic medicines have side effects. Using many of them altogther increases the risk to your son. Side effects can actually be hard to get rid of, so you certainly want to avoid this.
It is a mistake to think that any person needs a whole lot of different remedies at once. What any homoeopath knows about such a perception, is that the correct remedy has not been found yet. When someone looks like remedies A, B, C and D, then I can guarantee you they need remedy P instead.
I understand your frustration. However homoeopathy is powerful, and it can be dangerous. Rather than taking it into your own hands, try to find a practitioner you trust and have a good relationship with. That way you can discuss your concerns with them
It is unlikely that a practitioner would get the right remedy straight up. There are over 5000 different medicines, with more being developed all the time. It can take time to understand the case sufficiently to hit the remedy that will make the difference. It is something that only a qualified and experienced practitioner will be able to confidently do.
Express your concerns to your homoeopath, and try to be patient. Homoeopathy is hard work, and takes dedication and committment on both sides. Abandoning it after a single dose of one remedy would be a mistake.
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