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2 Yr Old Son - Congestion & Breathing

My son is 2yr old. After one month of birth he was having Eczema. After 6 months, we were asked to do blood test where he found allergic to Milk, Wheat and Soya. So, until now he is on breast milk. Since last winter he was having sever congestion problem started when we take him out during cold or weather change, which turn to Breathing problem and we need to give him Naboligation (XOPENEX) and after 2-3 doses he becomes ok. For the allergy doctor prescribed us ZYRTEC, initially which was given as necessary but since this Feb' when spring started he was having same issue and Doctor told us because of pollen allergy, he has this symptom. Since then every day we need to give him ZYRTEC which is preventing nasal congestion also.
Today he is regularly give CINGULAIR and ZYRTEC 5ml. I want your advice to find is their any treatment in Homeopathy where we can avoid give him ZYRTEC and Naboligation and prevent nasal congestion,breathing problem in longer run.
His skin is better now, we are applying Desonide ointment.
Your guidance is appreciated.
  ar0909 on 2006-09-10
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try the following prescription i.e. Ars alb 30C and Ipeacac 30c 6 hrly alternate for 3-4 days and report me. For repeated attack of this congestion you may give Morgan Bach 1M weekly one dose only for a 6-8 month will give you permanent cure of disease . you may continue this drugs with other medicine also. There is no any reaction or any harmful to your child.
dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
Thanks Dr.Sharma for your suggestion.
Ars Alb abd Ipeacac alternate 6 hr means first Ars Alb then after 6 hours Ipeacac than again after 6 hrs Ars alb. like this. Is my understanding correct?

ar0909 last decade
The medicine Morgan Bach, I tried on internet/shops, but I did not find. Is this in form of liquid or tablet? Any idea where it can be find?
ar0909 last decade
Since you have not been able to track down the remedy prescribed by Deoshlok you may like to use the therapy that I have used to help with Asthma which I believe your son suffers from at his tender age. It is possible that he has inherited it from the parents and I shall be interested to learn if either of you also suffer from this ailment. If you do not how about your own parents ? Asthma is usually hereditary and it is always useful to track down the origin as they too can be treated successfully.

The therapy that has worked successfully with many children is Nat Sulph 6c in the wet dose which is made up as follows:

Insert 3 pellets of the remedy into a 500ml bottle of spring water and shake the bottle hard every time before you give your son a teaspoonful just once daily.

I note that you are using Desonide ointment on his skin and presume that he has a visible signs of Eczema. I have treated Eczema with another remedy but would prefer that you do not use it for the moment to verify how your boy responds to the Nat Sulph 6c for his breathing.

It is understood that you will not use the Desonide as this will antidote the Asthma remedy.
Joe De Livera last decade
Thanks Dr. Joe.
In my family no one has asthma, except my daughter she suffered this attack when she was 3 yr old, even on that time also I heard the same thing that it inherited from someone in family.

I will use the medicine Nat Sulph 6C. 3 Pills in 500 ml water, don'be much concentrate? Shall I store this 500 ml water with pills and give 1 teaspoonful every day?
ar0909 last decade
Can you please clarify your satement:

'I will use the medicine Nat Sulph 6C. 3 Pills in 500 ml water, don'be much concentrate? Shall I store this 500 ml water with pills and give 1 teaspoonful every day?'

As for your daughter can you tell me how she is now and if she still has any wheezing or asthma ?
Joe De Livera last decade
What I want to ask you that 3 pills won't be little quantity in 500ml water?

She is perfect now and she does not have any Asthma or wheezing problem.
ar0909 last decade
Please note that these are not pills. They should be in little pellets about 3 mm diameter and the dosage is just 3 (three) pellets in 500ml water.

I know that you seem surprised about this dilution but this is homeopathy for you.

You may like to know that the majority of homeopaths do not use this method as they have not been taught about the wet dose during their studies but it is by far the most effective way of taking any remedy as the hard shaking of the bottle gives added potential to it to cure with just a teaspoonful of the remedy which you will use only once daily for the moment.

When she is stabilized I shall ask you to give her the split dose when you take a teaspoonful of the remedy from the bottle and put it into half cup of water and then take a tsp from this water as the dose.

Believe me this works and although you state that she is OK today you are advised to start this therapy ASAP in her own interest to prevent future attacks.
Joe De Livera last decade

As prescribed by you, we are giving Ars alb and Ipeacac to my son since last 4-5 days, and we were giving once a day ZYRTEC also. Though he is not having any trouble but we are thinking to Stop ZYRTEC unless he really require. Today we did not give him ZYRTEC and until now he is good. We would like to see if any improvement with those medicines. Any suggestions from your side.

ar0909 last decade

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