Attn : Dr.David (Wheat Allergy-10yr old girl)Sir,
The younger daughter of my sister, aged 10 years, has been diagnosed with wheat allergy with some hormonal imbalance problem. Her growth was not satisfactory, that's why, some tests were recommended for her. The test reports show that she has wheat allergy and some hormonal imbalance.
Sir, they have come to know that treatment of wheat allergy and hormonal imbalance is possible in homeopathy. They are searching for a good local homoeopath.
Sir, what would you say. Is homeopathy treatment possible for wheat allergy and hormonal imbalance. Secondly, is it possible through internet forum, or face-to-face interaction with a homeopath will be better?
[message edited by gkumar on Fri, 10 Feb 2012 06:41:00 GMT]
gkumar on 2012-02-10
When you will be on-line in the morning, please comment on it, as they are arriving to me tomorrow morning.
gkumar 8 years ago
You just have to make sure you get a homoeopath who is traditionally trained, and obeys the principles (one remedy at a time, minimum dose, law of similars, direction of cure etc).
♡ brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
Please Specify the medicines because we don't know much about it.
the affected boy is 8 yrs old.
Pritish 8 years ago
you probably don't know David is ill
and not going to be on the forum
much right now- see Wishing you
a Speedy Recovery.
Gkumar looks like you have used
the forum a lot- and there is a
post last few days from Rishimba
about how he ran into some person
by chance who had Kadwa on this
forum cure their gluten wheat allergy.
♡ simone717 8 years ago
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