PEDIATRIC ARNICA MONTANA

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REMEDY OF THE DAY: PEDIATRIC ARNICA MONTANA
Leopard’s bane, Falkraut, and in Hahnemanns M.M.Pura
mentions the plant named “Panacea lapsorum”
THE ARNICA CHILD, fearful, night horror, offencive stool,
restless, changes places to feel better, wants to be alone.
Mental state, Irritable, Child fears being struck of those
coming toward him, bodily and mentally.
Emergency remedy in buiced accidents
Physical: weary bruised, sore great weakness must lie down,
restlesness that better changing position, yet feels the bed is hard.
CHILDREN, going into severe atacks of infantile fever may threaten
convutions with hot head and cold body,
it is very useful preventing typhoid states
Children have aversion to be touched and SCREAM out every time
mother takes bold of the leg or arm.
OBSERVE: DUSKY SPOTS on the body of the child, soreness of
the skin when touched and that is why the baby screams.
Whooping cough, cough excited by cries in children when
accompanied by anger and tossing about. Paroxysms of cough at night.
Whooping cough; child cries before paroxysms as though in
fear of soreness of pleuritic pains with catarrah of the chest with
pneumonia. Do not forget arnica in appendicitis.
Any trauma shock or accident, child lies like dead,
Arnica also for sensible skin, tumors, tendendy to degeneration.
Follows well after Aconite, and is complementary to Aconite,
Ipeca and Veratrum
Kent. Materia Medica
Beatriz H Hill, Medicina Homeopática Behhill.

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