AETHUSA CYNAPIUM

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REMEDY OF THE DAY: AETHUSA CYNAPIUM
THE AETHUSA CYNAPIUM KIDS’ REMEDY
THE INTOLERANCE TO MILK REMEDY FOR KIDS
A powerful narcotic poison affecting first sensorium and
through it the liver, producing by the irritation, a functional
disturbance of the liver, arresting its biliary salt secretions
and giving rise to the so called billious conditions.
Incapacity to think, restless and irritable baby with
violent pains in head and abdomen, delirum sees animals
especially cats and dogs.
Diseases of children during dentiion, babies on nursing,
diseases in bilious and typoid conditions with the characteristic cerebral symptoms and abdominal disease worse in hot summer, convulsions and other ailments
dozing of child after vomiting spells or after stool which is bright yellow or greenish like diarrhea.
Great weakness children cannot stand, cannot hold up
‘their heads, then on falling a sleep, rolling of the eyes, or
slight convulsions, INTOLERANCE TO MILK, forcibly
ejected almost as soon as swallowed. afterward weakess
overcomes causing drawsiness in nursing children..
Apththae in the baby’s mouth and throat, causing the mother
an irritated niple.
Great pain and anxiety expression in face with a state
of contraction at the nasal line, Herpes in tip of the nose.
Complete absence of THIRST.
When the baby has epileptic spasms the thumbs are
pressed through the closed inside hand, bright eyes, open, ladder on mouth, closed jaws, small, rapid pulse.
By Beatriz H Hill

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