two-year old girl with asthmaMy daughter cecilia has asthma and was diagnosed at six months. She uses a nebulizer and albuterol only when her breathing is bad. This only happens about twice a month. Lately her asthma has gotten really bed. She was hospitalized for three days and four nights because her fever was uncontrollable. The doctors discharged her saying they didn't know the cause. Now she is sick again and she is straining really hard to breath. We have given her treatments as scheduled by her doctor and it is just getting worse. She can't keep any fluids down and she is restless and wont stop crying and coughing. I don't know what else to do I need help.
ashwin86 on 2005-08-17
The remedy that I recommend you use is Nat Sulph 6c which must be used precisely as indicated below:
Get a 500ml bottle of Spring Water from your nearest supermarket.
Pour out 100ml
Drop in 3 pellets or 1 drop of liquid Nat Sulph 6c into the 400ml water
Cap the bottle tightly and succuss it 4-6 times by banging on your palm and look out for the air bubbles to fizzle up from the bottom.
Pour out 1 teaspoonful of the potentized remedy into half a cup of water and stir it gently.
Give her just 1 teaspoonful of the water from the cup once daily.
You will have to stop all other medication for her and it may be just as well to start her on this remedy only when she is completely free of all symptoms of Asthma, Fever and any other ailments.
This remedy should be taken daily for some time in the future and you may like to know that I have many instances of adults who were chronic sufferers from Asthma for many years who do not use the remedy any more after about 4 months on this therapy. Others who were not so chronic react favourably in a few weeks and only use the remedy if and when necessary.
A remedy that I have used again only for adults when they are straining for breath is Ars Alb 200c. This remedy is taken dry and just 3 globules will suffice for a dose which may only be given just once daily when the patient is gasping for breath. This usually clears the lungs and opens up the airways in under 20 minutes. I would however not like to take the responsibility of suggesting it for your baby as I do not have any paediatric experience.
If you do decide to use Nat Sulph 6c in the manner detailed above, I would appreciate if you will please report her response on this forum.
♡ Joe De Livera last decade
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