Allergy 6 years old childHi, I am new to his forum.
I have a history of seasonal allergy and taking a injections for lat 4 years(allergy to grass ) and finally it is under the control most of the seasons. But my 6 years old now have seasonal allergy since January. We are in California. Sneezing consistantly, itch eyes, nasal watery discharge(white), hay fever, He wants lay down due to fatigue. He is sneezing and have discharge very frequent, it starts after he wakes up.
He does not have any allery to food. He wakes in the night with distress ( some cough ) Doctor suggested him to take Zyrtec, but I want to try Homeopathy instead of prescription. Could you please give me recommendation of which remedy and doze, how often, to give him ? I tried Boiron Sabadilla Kit ( ingredients- Allium Cepa, Ambrosia Artemisiaefolia, Euphrasia, Histaminum Hydrochloricum, Sabadilla, Solidago Virgaurea )for 2 tablets a day for him, and it seems it helps a little for fisrt couple hours.
Thank you so much !
californiamom on 2006-04-10
from info given single (3 pellets) dose silca 30c---wait 2days--and give single (3 pellets) dose silica 200c ---only if ABSOLUTELY no respnse at all---if response then wait...no repetiton of single doses at all...
child is to avoid smoked foods;and salt usage (minimal)--this apply to processed foods containing preservatives and such..
no other meds/remedies--til accesment..
if NO response from silca AT ALL. then we will take case information deeper--this depend on ho wenvolved wish o get...or take info now of childs background before silca --you decide
otherwise post back with reponse to silica
♡ John Stanton last decade
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