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Insatiable appetite/autism

I have read sites/posts regarding Sccharum Officinale and insatiable appetites, especially for sweets.

I have a son with autism who constantly wants to eat, especially sweets, but he's just basically hungry all the time.

He is very pale, thin, moody, and struggles with alopecia areata.

I'm not sure of any homeopaths in my city (Louisville KY) and am not sure how to treat him, but I feel Saccharum Officinale would help him.

I would love to hear from Rajiv or anyone who would know how I would get Saccharum for him, how much to give him, and what dosage.

Saccharum would help me too!

Thanks for any info.

  liznme9 on 2006-05-22
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Symptoms call for Bufo Rana-30 One dose a day.
kuldeep last decade

Thank you for your reply. I was wondering which symptoms call for Bufo Rana-30?

Forgive me, I'm totally new to homeopathy.

liznme9 last decade

autoism + insatible appetite.
kuldeep last decade

Thanks for your response. I'll look into it!

liznme9 last decade

Hi Liznme9,
Can yuo share latest experience of what works/doesn't work? I've searched a lot for anyone who has the same experience but didn't find until now. My 3yr old son is suspected ASD. He has extreme food allergies (Ige>1700) and eczema (scratches continuously even when skin is bleeding). He is by default on GF/CF diet since 2mos old when we found out he was allergic to milk and basically almost allergic to anything in the casein/gluten family and has very limited diet (beef,broccoli,yam,fish,squash). Was on Neocate since 2 mos and was downing 6 bananas a day and had 4-5 bowel movements. We stopped all sugars/fruits bec of suspected yeast but is negative (no parasites). Sinc we stopped cold turkey, he was depressed and had insatiable appetite, wanting to eat even if stomach is bulging and hard. Now bowel only every other day. Very weak and lethargic and reverse of his active self prior to the stopping of sweets. He would suck on toothpaste, want anithistamine so he can taste the sweetness. Not gaining any weight despite appetite. He's only ezymes now and probiotics, Mago-7, cholacol and gen vitamins. Appreciate any info.
elleh1 last decade

Please try Agentum Nit-30 (5 drops per dose)thrice a day for a week and report.

dr. mahfooz
Mahfoozurrehman last decade

Thank you very much for your reply...I'm new to this. Is this safe? Everything I read about it says its dealing with eye issues which he doesn't have. Any pharmacology in this? What is the risk? And with all due respect and without offending you...are you an MD? How are you involved with this site and recommendations and its links to selling such meds? I know this one is not sold here so I'm not skeptical but just want to understand. Thank you.
elleh1 last decade

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