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Homeopathy Forum Archive: recurrent tonsillitis

Below are posts from our forum containing the phrase recurrent tonsillitis. Some are current, others are old, but may still be useful.

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Remedies discussed in multiple threads for recurrent tonsillitis:
Arsenicum Album2

Suffering from recurrent tonsillitis 70

Dear Sir, I need medicine that can cure my tonsillitis. I am suffering from it since last year.right side enlarged tonsil,excessive saliva,tooth decay and black.No pain in tonsil.c...
Remedies: Antimonium Tartaricum, Ferrum Phosphoricum, Kali Muriaticum, Belladonna, Gaster galli, Kali Phosphoricum, Lycopodium Clavatum, Baryta Carbonica, Ferrum Metallicum, Dulcamara, TSH, Natrum Phosphoricum, Carbo Vegetabilis, Arsenicum Album
Started by Gockoars. Last post: 2017-09-17

Three Year old with recurrent tonsillitis 7

Hi,I have never used homeopathy before, my mother in law suggested that I try it. I have a three year old daughter who has had three cases of tonsilitis in three months, the antib...
Remedies: Belladonna, Bacillinum
Started by NewfieMom. Last post: 2005-12-27

Recurrent tonsillitis and other things. 0

The main problem that I have is tonsillitis but I also have other symptoms that I think may be connected. I would really like to get the tonsils better asap because I am nearing t...
Started by duskysounds. Last post: 2005-09-29

Recurrent tonsillitis 8

Hello –Thank you in advance to all who give of their time and knowledge so unselfishly on this forum.I am currently having painful tonsils and adenoids. My husband first came down...
Remedies: Natrum Muriaticum, Arsenicum Album, Mercurius Vivus, Crotalus Horridus, Thea Sinensis
Started by tharri. Last post: 2005-06-30

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