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Colic in 3 weeks old baby

Dear Experts,

I would like to know if it is ok to give Chammomilla 30C to a 3 week old baby after reading some internet posts.

Symptoms: Passing lot of gas, very irritated, comfort by carrying around.

Please suggest if it is ok give homeopathy medicine to a 3 week old baby. If ok, please suggest what to try.

Thanks in advance for your replies..
[message edited by gardencove on Sat, 27 Sep 2014 03:58:13 BST]
 
  gardencove on 2014-09-27
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please help someone!
 
gardencove 7 years ago
Yes, it is safe. You want to try it up to 3 times to see if it has
an effect.

The general rule is when a remedy has an action, good or bad
you stop dosing and wait to see what goes on-many times
one gets worse and then better.

So if after dose one or dose two there is a reaction, then stop.
See how long it holds. Do not give another dose then until
things go backwards.

If after 3 tries, nothing happens the remedy is wrong and
another one has to be tried.

Take the 30 c and mix it up in a couple tablespoons of water.
Use one pill. Give baby a tsp of this- once every 6 hours.
 
simone717 7 years ago
Gardencove-

are you in the usa?

Thanks,

Simone
 
simone717 7 years ago
Yes, I am in US Simone
Thanks!
 
gardencove 7 years ago
Hi-

If the Chamomilla does not work, I suggest you google,

Mary Aspinwall (Santa Barbara) or Lia Bello ( New Mexico)

Both of these women are decades long homeopaths and teachers.
They will do acute issues by phone for $50 and follow up.
Lia is also a nurse.

I think it gives a Mom a lot of peace of mind to know that
you have a very qualified homeopath available if needed,
to guide you at a reasonable fee.

Best regards,

Simone
 
simone717 7 years ago

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