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He is not constipated if he poos every day and you can easily control the hardness/softness of stools by changing diet so you need to consider that before giving him a range of remedies.

> still demanding and impatient and easily cries and says no to everything.

He is 2 years old so it's quite normal for him to say 'NO' to everything and they can be very demanding.

If you are hoping to change the way he is by simply giving him a remedy, you will be very disappointed because the homeopathic remedy does not change their normal behavior or human development (like 2 years old being demanding).
Tui 9 months ago
He is constantly reacting to med foods, developing allergies and sensitivites. By changing his diet he just develops sensitivites to the new foods I give him. The list is almost endless to things he reacts to now. This is why the integrative medicine doctor said to try homeopathy.

I know moodyness is normal for a two year old. But is is normal from birth and uptil now? He is not very thristy so its not easy giving him much water. He cant have fresh friuts so i cook them for him. I give him lots of vegetables and clean organic meat/fish.

I read about Lycopodium and it really sounds like him. I dont know what to do, he has Keratosis pilaris all over his body and is very small for his age. His poo looks like small blueberries.
perweu 9 months ago
Ment to say 'constantly reacting to new foods'
perweu 9 months ago
Chronic runny nose....
perweu 9 months ago
Wales up everyday and screams for food!
perweu 9 months ago
Please stop Lycopodium, and start with Okoubaka aubrevillei 30c twice daily. It is a great remedy for people who have multiple allergies and low immune system.

Here is the link you can read about the remedy;

[Edited by Tui on 2018-10-29 20:33:03]
Tui 9 months ago
Thank you for your response. I will order this remedy right away!!

Today he had a normal stool and his mood was much better and he was very coopartive when we got ready to go to the kindergarden. He was relaxed and not so anxious. Should I still switch remedy? Even though it seems Lycopodium is starting to work?
perweu 9 months ago
Tui is wrong when he claims that"If you are hoping to change the way he is by simply giving him a remedy, you will be very disappointed because the homeopathic remedy does not change their normal behavior or human development (like 2 years old being demanding"
Homeopathy does just this. It will and does change BEHAVIOR. Need is to read good books. There is nothing that is not there.
Rahul2018 9 months ago
perweu -

Give Lycopodium one dose every 3 - 4 days and start with Okoubaka.
Tui 9 months ago
I have given him okubaka and I frem this has helped a bit. I will continue giving this twice a day.

He has perioral dermatitis around his mouth. The rash seems to become irrittated by anything sweet. I dont give him candy, only some fruits. Any suggestions to a remedy that can cure perioral dermatitis?

Thanks so much
perweu 8 months ago
Natrum carbonicum 30c twice a day for 7 days and report back if any changes.

1 dose is 2 pills.
[Edited by Tui on 2018-12-18 08:03:38]
Tui 8 months ago
The rash around his mouth has seem to worsen after the first days of taking the remedy. Is this positive?
perweu 7 months ago
In total not seeing very much difference, he still has red spots around his mouth.
perweu 6 months ago

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