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My daughter has been evaluated as having elevated ADHD

After reading many articles, my daughter seems to be best described below which they say is best suited to be treated homeopathically using lycopodium. “Lycopodium is a magnificent remedy for attention problems. These types of children have low self-esteem like Bartya Carb. They fear public speaking, presentations and tests. They have poor concentration and are forgetful. Especially in the morning, they can be moody, irritable and confrontational, even to adults. This overconfident behaviour can be a front for their insecurity. They can be quite difficult and have tantrums if contradicted. They worry due to an essential lack of confidence. They hate taking on new tasks because they fear failure.” This describes the issues seen with my daughter. A couple of other things I can add is that she does not seem to be able to sit still at dinner time or for anything requiring her to stay seated to carry out an activity. Please advise how I can begin treating my daughter homepathically.
  gfanizza on 2018-06-09
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Please give her Belladonna 200 twice a day for 3 days and see how that affects her over 10 days.
If there is any change in her behavior report back.
If there is no change, give her a single dose of Medorrhinum 200. One one dose, not daily and report back 15 days thereafter.
[Edited by kadwa on 2018-06-11 07:22:02]
kadwa 3 years ago

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