Chills, mild fever, sore throat for 2 weeks plushello, I had the chills/mild fever on and off for the past 2 weeks. I got larynjatis and now have the chills/fever and achiness. I have had sore throat for the past 2 weeks on and off. I would be feeling fine one day and then the next day the chills would hit again. I am a nursing mother of a 8 month old. What vitamins or herbs could I take.
thanks in advance!
jtlaharder on 2005-12-09
gargle with sage or citricidal. Take some echinacea. Eat 1-2 raw garlic cloves daily (be careful that this does not give your infant colic - try this cautiously!!).
erika last decade
This is caused by a virus that has been around for the last 3 weeks which starts with a slight discomfort in the throat and later develops to a full blown sore throat and barking cough.
I have used Belladonna 30c dosage 2 balls taken every 3 hours. The virus is usually stopped in its attack in 24 hours but unless the remedy is used on the day after relief is noticed, it attacks again and again. The dosage for the day after is 3 times daily.
If it strikes again in a few days, which it has been doing here in many cases, the same therapy should be followed.
It is important to commence treatment as soon as one is aware of the discomfort in the throat as the virus can be prevented from creating more damage by affecting the lungs.
♥ Joe De Livera last decade
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