calc flourAs a last ditch effort we are trying calc flour for a chalazion on my son - the chalazion has been there for a year. The homeo says to take 6 X potency for 2 months . Some days it looks like the chalazion is going down. Other days like it is getting bigger and redder. What does Calc flour do - does it enlarge the tumor and then burst or shrink it?
new2town on 2006-07-17
A chalazion develops within the Meibomian glands of the eyelid, which are sebaceous glands that produce the tear film that lubricates the eyes. The eyelid has approximately 100 of these glands, located near the eyelashes.
The condition is caused by obstruction of the duct that drains one of these glands. A chalazion begins as diffuse swelling and tenderness, and later forms a cyst-like localized swelling. Many chalazia disappear without treatment after a few months.
As the problem is obviously not going to cure itself one must use the most appropriate remedy.
CALC FLUOR is not the best remedy for this condition .
One should use either
A-- Thuja 6x
B -- Hepar Sul 6x
walkin last decade
NO remedy in the same potency should be taken daily for two months. A remedy is given in a few doses, then a response is waited for, if there is a good reaction, then the potency is increased, and the same process followed until the remedy has done all it can.
I do not know what your practioner believes he is practicing, but it is certainly not Homoeopathy.
Also, there may be 10's even a 100's of remedies suitable for your sons condition, and the correct one will only be found by taking the whole case. There is no such thing as a remedy which is best suited for just one symptom.
Jacob2 last decade
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