milk allergyI have a 15 month old son who gets terrible stomach aches and diarrhea when he drinks milk. He developed a facial rash and cough, but after taking him off milk this went away.
He has bad gas and mushy stools, at times mushy with small grainy texture. He seems to do okay with cheese or products cooked with milk. He has difficulty sleeping when milk in his system.
What remedy would help this allergy.
nlinke on 2013-05-20
nlinke 7 years ago
what city are you from? I want to look
up something for you that may help.
also here is a case of milk allergy that may help.
[message edited by simone717 on Tue, 21 May 2013 06:16:19 BST]
♡ simone717 7 years ago
you could try Naet allergy therapy. You can research on this,
it is an acupressure technique. However, I have found
you can now buy Naet type kits with allergy vials in them
and they are homeopathic, and that you can do the treatments
at home, tapping meridian points, or using a cold laser on
ear meridians and brain meridians.
I am going to try this out myself and see if it works, It
is way less expensive than going to the acupuncturist
or dr. certified.
Wait for your prescription on here for the milk allergy.
♡ simone717 7 years ago
Please give him Magnesia Mur 30C
as per the below method:
Put 1 drop or 2 pellets in 3 teaspoons water. Let it dissolve. Give him 1 teaspoon from this, and throw out the remaining 2 teaspoons. This is one dose.
Please do this once a day for 3 days.
Please use disposable cup and spoon as leftover water would still contain the remedy even after numerous washings.
Please update me after 1 week of finishing the doses.
[message edited by Zady101 on Tue, 21 May 2013 21:32:15 BST]
♡ Zady101 7 years ago
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