Eczema on 7 month old baby's faceMy baby daughter has had eczema on her face since she was about 4 months. It is causing us all a lot of stress as she scratches her face a lot ( when tired, hungry, nappy change or bored ) The rash then gets weepy and sometimes there's blood also. We took her to a homeopath who gave her one dose of tuberculinam and 5 doses (1 daily) of sulphur 6c. It got significantly better. We then went back for a review appointment and discussed my daughters green stools. She gave her Morgan pure 30c 1 dose one day and another 7 days later. After the first dose, her eczema got aggravated and went back to square one.
My question is - are all the prescribed remedies and dosages safe for a 7 month old baby? And also, is it the right treatment?
Sanao on 2012-09-08
The remedy for your daughter's Eczema is Arnica 6c in the Wet dose which is made up as follows:
Order the remedy in the Liquid Dilution in Alcohol in a bottle with a dropper arrangement.
Get a 500ml bottle of Spring Water from the nearest supermarket.
Pour out about 3cm of water from the bottle to leave some airspace.
Insert 3 drops of the remedy into the bottle and shake it hard to produce bubbles. This is homeopathic succussion and must be done every time before you give a dose which is half a teaspoonful of the remedy water twice daily.
You will also apply the water on her lesions as often as possible as this hastens the cure.
You should observe some improvement in her condition on about the third day into this therapy.
Please report her response on the third day.
It is understood that you will stop all other drug while using the Arnica therapy.
♡ Joe De Livera 8 years ago
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