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Lycopodium for Teenager

my son is 13yrs old, he is weak in his studies and doesnt like the school or to complete his homework, has some fears from doctors too. one doctor said he may have ADD.

a homeopathy doctor recommended lycopodium, ginko bilobo, ginseng and gotu kola.

i found the remedies for him and he start taking it. but the Lycopodium is 200c, the doctor recommend 5 pellet 3 times a day for 6 months.

i feel its a big does for 200c Lycopodium 3 times a day for 6 months, Any advice please ?
[message edited by nrslm on Thu, 26 Jan 2012 22:22:36 GMT]
 
  nrslm on 2012-01-26
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Clearly your homoeopath doesn't believe in actual homoeopathy to be mixing so many remedies together and to be deliberately overdosing your son like this.

Change homoeopaths right away. He is acting irresponsibly, and probably ignorantly.

There are huge risks in what he has asked you to do. Such a dosage regime will almost certainly produce side effects and make the whole situation much worse.

Considering that he clearly is not trained properly, I would not even trust his prescriptions at all, regardless of the dosage.

David Kempson
Professional Classical Homoeopath
Dip.Hom.Med.1994
 
brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
what do you advice ?

how i use the remedies he prescribe for us? i already bought them few days ago.

do you recommend to use another remedies ?

many thanks,
[message edited by nrslm on Thu, 26 Jan 2012 22:31:49 GMT]
 
nrslm 8 years ago
I have not taken the case I cannot make prescriptions for you. I can only tell you that what you have been asked to do will put your son's health at serious risk. I would not trust any prescription he has made for you.
 
brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
The correct way to prescribe homoeopathy, is to give ONE medicine at a time, chosen on the basis of all symptoms and problems the patient has. The smallest amount of the medicine should be given, in preferably only one, two or perhaps three doses. Then several weeks should pass without any medicine, and the doctor should then assess the response. Repeat doses or a new medicine would only be suggested based on how the patient has reacted.
 
brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago

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