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overdose of drosera now a rash

2 days after too much drosera he is still coughing,not as bad now but has a big rash all over himm,says it`s not itchy but looks it,what can this be ,do i have to worry?
  mollydalton on 2006-11-11
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Dear Molly,

If he is coughing less with appearance of the rashes all over his body, it means that Drosera has suited him and the disease is leaving a more vital system (the respiratory) and has come to the least dangerous place viz. the skin.Do not wory and do not apply any cream or anything to deal with these rashes now.These rashes will go away on their own taking the coughing etc. with them.

Another thing is that Drosera is a remedy which is not to be repeated.One dose normally works the best and its effect lasts for many months.

rajivprasad last decade
thanks again rajiv x
mollydalton last decade
It is not the bad effect of Drosera.It is better you cantact the same physician who prescribed Drosera or follow rajiv.

sajjadakram635 last decade
yes i follow rajiv now
mollydalton last decade
Just wondering what happened with the rash, any updates?
Hahnemania last decade
Dear Jacob,

She updated on another thread that the rashes disappeared on their own in a couple of days.Now the kid is gradually improving in his respiratory symptoms.She has decided to wait for some time to let Drosera complete its action.

rajivprasad last decade
Hey Rajiv, and good stuff. Watch and wait is always the best policy, and thanks for the update.
Hahnemania last decade

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