leucodermamy mother is dignosed with leucoderma. she is 56 years old and asthama patient. the pale white patches are stared visible a couple of weeks ago on neck. Is there any remedy in homeopathy.
savitha on 2006-01-16
♥ deoshlok last decade
Leucoderma = Hydrocotyle-1M, 2 drops liquid, direct on clean scrapped tongue, once every night time just before sleeping. For 5 nights only. Stop. Observe / Wait for atleast 3 months before taking any other Homeo medicines.
Alongwith above :
Nat.Mur.-3X, 6 tablets or equivalent powder, 4 times a day dissolved on tongue. For many months. This helps the most.
Ichthyolum-Q, apply locally on affected skin, undiluted, just before sleeping, till patches change their constitution. Safe. This takes many months.
IMPORTANT : Get a complete Food Allergy AND a Food Intolerance test done from a well-experienced and qualified Allergologist. Make an exhaustive list of each and every food ingredient you think you may be consuming including Spices details, Fruit details, Vegetable details, Dry Fruit details, Non-Veg. details, Green Veg, details, all Grains and Pulses, all Pollen & Dust & Mite & Fungi & Animal & .... Have allergy tested specifically for Milk & Milk products, Wheat & wheat products, since these are a major allergen in the body.
Presently Cosmetic surgeons have something called Melanin etching, wherein they change the skin spot (in a way this is permanent). However this does not stop the Leucoderma from gradually spreading / developing new spots.
A QUOTE : "A strong person and a waterfall always channel their own path"
Also consider reading : http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/35254 (contains a lot of simple hints)
Nesha-India last decade
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