child w/ vaccination reactions with mild/occassional asthmaI have a five and a half year old son, who has been taking sulphur 30 once a day for about 2 yrs. because of skin eruptions caused by a reaction to vaccinations. He has since not received any other immunizations. About a year and a half ago he was diagnosed with asthma that seems to be brought on at the onstart of an illness, i.e, coughing and stuffiness with wheezing. I have had him on mullein, which seems to help when he is already wheezing but i wanted to try also the natrum sulf. for the asthma. 1)how long can he stay on the sulphur 30? it works well for his skin eruptions but when i try to stop it, they seem to slowlly come back.
2)can i try the 2 remedies together?
thanks for any info you can give me!
amaraya on 2006-01-22
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separately, as of about 2 years ago he started to get asthma attacks, i.e. wheezing when he began to get sick, whether respirtory illnesses or colds.
after 2 attacks, i began to use mullein tinctures and nettle tea because i didin't like the effects of the steroids in the asthma medication and this seems to work well. I would however, like to learn what i can do to avoid the wheezing altogether. he has this wheezing much less now, this past year only 3 times.
he likes fish, watermelon, pasta, rice and beans, lentils and fruit- apples, bananas, pears, grapes, etc. but like any child he also likes sweets, chocolate- which i give him infrequently. he does not tolerate dairy very well, he tends to get alot of gas (very strong and smelly) when he eats ice cream, drinks cows milk . but he does ok with yogurt, and goats milk- which he does like.
lately he has been more aggressive, but i thought perhaps this was due to his first year in school. he also grinds his teeth in his sleep- which has worried me. his is a very good boy for the most part but his attitude and manner of speaking has become a little more disrespectful, which as i said i attributed to the influence of other children. his father and i also separated almost 2 years ago, so i'm sure this has created some strain on him both emotinally and behaviorwise. as a matter of fact, he had his first asthma attack when we had recently separated- so i think this has a big impact on his health.
at this point the rast is not so present, although he now has small bumps where the rash has been. where he used to have dry patches around his body, this too has gone.
how long do i keep him on the sulphur? what can i use to lessen his body's response to sickness by wheezing? i tend to let colds and slight illnesses pass without antibiotics, and he rarely gets sick- so this so far has worked well. i do use echinecea and goldenseal at the onset of mucus or coughing and this too has helped.
i hope this information has helped, and i await your response.
amaraya last decade
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