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catarrh and coryza

What exactly is meant by catarrh and Coryza IsCoryza a secondary manifestation of symptoms of catarrhal condition?
Can experienced members of the forum provide Keynote pointers to remedies for the
above conditions
Regards
Baskaran
 
  baskaranramamurthy on 2006-04-13
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
You are advised to visit:

http://www.catarrh.com/

for further details on catarrh.

Coryza is the result of the inflammation caused by catarrh in the mucous membranes resulting in a blocked nose and a constant drip of mucus.

This condition can be successfully treated with Bacillinum 200 taken in 2 doses 3 weeks apart.
 
Joe De Livera last decade
You may also like to visit a Cure for Cattarh which I posted some years ago on:

http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/3558/
 
Joe De Livera last decade
my dear,
if you are suffering from running of nose oftenly, then you take first af all sulfer 30
daily in morning, & nux vomica 30 one dose in evening for 10 days.
after this you increse the potancy of sulfer & take one dose of 200 in morning
alternate days
and nux vomica 30 2 doses daily in evening and night
for 10 days
after this you take one dose tuberculinum 1m every 15th day
for one to tow month.
avoid coffe during this treatment.
inform me your improvement
 
drhomeo2003 last decade

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