wheat allergymy daughter 3 years old is suffering from wheat allergy as told by the doctor.Please help us to save the child from such disease.
parinoor on 2006-11-03
dear sir ,
the symptoms are weakness,loss of weight,low hameoglobin,backace,vomiting ,cough.she is only three years
old.the doctor has told her not to eat wheat lifelong.we are really worried and helpless.
i hope you could help us out in this matter.
parinoor last decadeAfter taking wheat products what he suffers.Is cough ,vomiting,weakness is associated with wheat allergy.Th cough is dry or wet and at what time it increases or better and under what circumstance it is better and worse.After wheat products does he suffer from constipation or diarrhoea. We need details of his suffering after taking wheat products.
sajjadakram635 last decadehey
you may want to post about this over at the allergy forum
shabbadoof13 last decade
I would not advise the application of such a deeply acting remedy as a miasmatic nosode purely on one symptom, which may or may not even be covered by the remedy.
Mr Organon last decadeSo Mr. Organon, if there is one to hundred chance -- that is a good chance. That's what I want to know if one to hundred chance, when all educated guesses fail... Odds may work.
girilal last decade
girilal last decadeThen we have very different ideas of what constitutes a good Homoeopathic prescription, as this should never be left to mere 'chance'.
Mr Organon last decadeA chance is tossing a coin.
Dear Mr. I only asked if someone ever proved Psorinum on a wheat allergic patient. I am out to explore the chances.
girilal last decade
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