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I have a 23 year old cat who is rather healthy except the vet says he has sinusitis. There is no discharge from his nose at all so I can not use that as a guide to selecting a remedy. He seems better in the morning, when the air is cooler and worse later in the day, after it heats up. I can hear the congestion, in fact I initially though something was wrong with his throat or lungs, but both checked out fine. His blood work came back as being rather exceptional for being such an old cat. I can tell he does not feel well as he is not eating well and not as active as usual. Of course he can't tell me which side hurts more or other particulars. HELP!
  kt808 on 2017-04-13
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Please give him Antimonium Tart 30 twice a day for 3 days and see how that affects over a week.
If this doesn't help give Bryonia 30 in the same way.

Add a drop or two of the remedy in some water, or 2-3 pills of the remedy in some water. Dissolve it properly. Few sips of this water constitutes one dose.
kadwa 5 years ago

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