Continous cough n coldMy son 3.2 years of age has a problem of frequent cough n cold and his coughing increases to a level which ulimately leads to vomiting I am extremely tensed as he is otherwise also a poor and a fussy eater. He is at times extremely aggressive and cries alot but overall he is a happy kid . He has sufficient water intake stools are normal but slightly irregular sometimes in morning m sometimes in afternoon/evening. He sweats a lot in his head and is quite active sleeping patterns are also regular and no bed wetting complaints . He is very apprehensive in trying new things .When he was 9 months he had severe congestion n for curing it he was given heavy antibiotic doses but I am fed up of giving him allopathic coz his cough goes for the time but returns after 7-10 days again . Please suggest me some homeopathy treatment for him please help me please
Shaurya rajat on 2012-03-25
Please get hold of following medicine in liquid dilution:
1) Chamomilla 30.
>> Take three doses of Chamomilla 30 . First dose should be taken early morning empty stomach. Second dose in the afternoon and third dose before going to bed. Repeat for 3-5 days.
One dose means.
The medicine is in liquid dilution form. Add 3-4 drops of medicine in some half cup (Approx. 3 sip) water and stir with spoon. Sip up the content .
Please follow homeopathy restrictions like no coffee, no raw onion/garlic, and no strong perfumes, don't eat or drink anything within 45 minutes before or after taking medicine.
Please do update.
Blessings & Prayers,
♡ Nikkie last decade
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