10 1/2 month old baby teethingMy 10 1/2 month old daughter is teething in the back (molars) and is in a lot of pain, more at night than during the day - crying and wriggling about, chewing on her fingers, very upset. During the day she is fairly happy and content to chew on teethers or is distracted while she plays.
I bought some Chamomilla Single Remedy 30C pellets. However, I don't know how many pellets to give her and how often. I'd greatly appreciate if someone could advise me on the dose, please. Can I simply give them to her when her teething bothers her, or is it something I have to give her on a schedule every day? Do they have to be given with food, or within a certain time period after eating? The bottle doesn't have any helpful information. Thanks SO much!
audreysmummy on 2012-02-17
Dissolve 2 pellets into a 1/4 cup (62mls) of water. Stir thoroughly. Give her 1 teaspoon. Cover the cup and put it in a dark cool place (not the fridge).
Watch for her initial reaction. If she worsens, wait for this to pass and she should improve. Never repeat the remedy if the patient aggravates.
If she has no reaction, you may repeat the remedy two more times, leaving at least a space of an hour. If after these 3 doses she has not reacted in any way, the remedy is the wrong one and repeating it will only cause side effects.
If she responds favorably, don't repeat the dose until she appears to relapse. With any relapse you should wait a few hours to see if she recovers on her own. If she is continually relapsing, then it is likely either the potency is incorrect or the remedy is not well suited to her problem.
♥ brisbanehomoeopath 7 years ago
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