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Dosage recommended for 10 month infant

Hi, My child has trouble sleeping, she is 10 month old, I heard chamomilla is completely safe. I wish to know how many drops of Chamomilla 30 with how much water can be an ideal dosage for her.
  samur420 on 2014-06-29
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.

You need more information given to choose the right remedy for the child.

Is this a chronic problem going on or is it something that just started going

If it is a chronic issue then the prescription has to be about the
totality of the child, mental, physical, emotional, etc. if it is a sudden
thing you match the remedy to the symptoms of what is happening.

For instance chamomilla symptoms are: insomnia due to pain- including teething,
hypersensitive to pain, child is cross, contrary, inconsolable with ear or
teething pain, or colic during sleep, child is worse from cold wind, and at night and better being carried around.

In general for acute things, using 30c, you can put one drop or two drops
in a quarter cup of water and give one tsp as a dose. On pills dissolve 3 pills
in the water and give a tsp.

You can try the remedy for 3 times with a 4 or 5 hour gap. If nothing happens
from 3 doses a new remedy needs to be chosen.

If there is any improvement from dose one or Two- then you stop dosing
and wait for things to get worse before you dose again. Gaps should
get longer and longer apart.

These instructions are for acute things only- not chronic problems.
[message edited by simone717 on Sun, 29 Jun 2014 20:17:54 BST]
simone717 9 years ago
Homoeopathy is only safe when used according to our guidelines. Used other ways can cause some risk so it is important to make sure you are being guided properly.
Evocationer 9 years ago

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