5 year old mild to moderate autismHello expert,
I am looking for second opinion,
My son has mild to moderate autism, we have taken him to a seasoned homeopathic doctor who was also a Double MD paedriatician earlier in his carrer then left Allopathy and not practice homeopathy only from last 30 years. He is also double master in Homeopathy British homeopathy society.
Now the issue so he had a long talk with us looked at out son who is having language delays, also cognitive delays.
Here is the prescription:
All 30 c potency
Baryta carb MON and Thu
Cammomilla vulgaris Tue and Fri
Anacardium wed and Sat
Pulsalitta Mon and Thu
Arsenicum Album Tue and Fri
calcareria carb wed
Then repeat the two weeks pattern
Now i want to know if the approach is good i know Remedies are selected based on my child history and symptoms. But as you all know Autism is spectrum disorder and no one constitution remedy will work specially finding one for a noon-vocal child is impossible. Now given the fact that its practically very hard to go classical way of one remedy at a time and wait.
He said we see if this schedule works for him as he prescribed based on his evaluation.
Please advise if this approach is good or not also if it benefits him is there any harm in continuing this for 3 months at least as advised if benefiting.
Homeopathy1980 on 2017-11-09
What's wrong with a constitutional remedy if given along with all these 30c ?
I've seen it works very well in some cases ..
♥ healer21 11 months agoI thought one of them will eventually act as his constitutional remedy. Should constitutional remedy have to be more that 30c potency
[Edited by Homeopathy1980 on 2017-11-09 22:05:19]
Homeopathy1980 11 months ago
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