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post #241 of 1199
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Originally Posted by Panserbjørne View Post
exactly. There are about 4000 remedies out there, and one will match you and support your system. There are other remedies that can help, others that can alleviate discomfort or help to correct certain imbalances. But there is one remedy that will support you in health in every way.
I bet that one would be impossible to figure out without a professional no?
post #242 of 1199
It's quite a task with a professional! So on your own? Not likely.
post #243 of 1199
I know of a good homeopath if anyone is interested. She totally rocks. I can give the info.

(pictures taken, just need to stay awake long enough at night to figure out how to put them in the computer.)
post #244 of 1199
It'll be fun! I promise!
post #245 of 1199
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Originally Posted by babygrace View Post
i am trying to prep my body for another pregnancy and have a question regarding what might be best to take prenatally with regards to midline defects, bowel/digestive issues and any neurologically beneficial salts or remedies for baby. during the last trimester of my previous pregnancy i had significant edema (legs and feet) and awful cholestatis that exacerbated my stress levels. these are two things i hope to avoid during my next pregnancy. did any of you prepare in advance for conception?

i know, lot of questions, but i hope you will all share your thoughts!
For the cholestasis and edema, I'd be looking at acupuncture. I did it preventatively during the last trimester of my last pregnancy, and my blood pressure actually went down in my last trimester. Acupuncture is so very supportive; I wish I'd done it the whole pregnancy.

And I second the CST. Acupuncture and CST.
post #246 of 1199
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(pictures taken, just need to stay awake long enough at night to figure out how to put them in the computer.)
Isn't that what husbands are for?
post #247 of 1199
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Originally Posted by Panserbjørne View Post
exactly. There are about 4000 remedies out there, and one will match you and support your system. There are other remedies that can help, others that can alleviate discomfort or help to correct certain imbalances. But there is one remedy that will support you in health in every way.
That sounds amazing! Is it hard to figure out which one is for *you*
post #248 of 1199
mbravebird, that's a great point and one I'm glad you brought up.

Homeopathy has the ability to do everything that acupuncture does, but not everyone will resonate with both. If you have used acupuncture with great success then it is a good modality for you. Same with homeopathy. There are variances, obviously between methods and practitioners for both but the reality is they are truly quite similar IMO/E.

The point is that there are many modalities that are working in their own unique ways to accomplish the same goal. The main thing is to find one that works for you. I know people that had no luck with homeopathy but did great with acupuncture. For me, I don't like acupuncture (for myself personally-not as a modality) but respond very well to homeopathy/flower essences. So I use them and subsequently chose to pursue a degree. There's nothing wrong with trying both and seeing what you experience either! I just wanted to throw out that what I have seen for the last decade or so is that people do tend to have certain things that yield better results for them and they they are more attuned to. That's something to pay attention to.
post #249 of 1199
Tanya,
The cell salts and remedies I tend to use are Best Made.
post #250 of 1199
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Originally Posted by mom61508 View Post
That sounds amazing! Is it hard to figure out which one is for *you*
In a word? Yes. It takes a lot of training, experience and, well...intuition to some extent. You have to know what information is important and what is not-how to wade through the much and find the jewels that lead the way. It's also more than just finding the remedy...it's knowing how to administer it, in what potency and what to do when new things pop up. That doesn't mean that you can't use homeopathy at home, or that you cannot be helped without a practitioner. You can. Plenty of people on the acute thread self dose when they need it. Constitutional prescribing is very different.
post #251 of 1199
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Originally Posted by tanyalynn View Post
Isn't that what husbands are for?
usually - poor guy though is having some explosive poop issues. Could it be possible he is reacting to the double strength, full glass of rrl tea I made? It wasn't intended for him. I water it down for myself and have a little every day. He said he had mucous and possibly blood in his poop last night. But, even after feeling yucky, he went to the store with the boys at 9:00, so that I could rest.

Anyway - to keep on topic. I am thinking cell salts will be good for this. Will sign off, check it out and report back.

so:
nat mur
silica
ferrum phos
post #252 of 1199
Is the ferrum phos actually used to correct anemia in lieu of supplements? My son's on Floradix now because he hated the rx stuff and it messed up his teeth, but I've just learned that his problem isn't anemia per se, but low iron binding capacity (his GI says because of immature digestive system). It's going up on its own, but slowly. Is ferrum phos likely to help that along?
post #253 of 1199
If ferrum phos is the right choice, it will help his body better utiliyse the iron in his body.
Is he improving without the Floradix? Certainly skip the rx version.
post #254 of 1199
His TIBC/UIBC seem to be going up without any supplementation, but because they're lower than normal, his ferritin serum is chronically iffy. (It was <1 when we first had it tested, and only climbed to 22 after 3 months of high-dosage rx supplementation.) He hasn't been on the rx stuff for a year -- and then only because I didn't know about Floradix.

I ordered some of the ferrum phos as well as some other salts for his teeth and the blend of 12 for overall health. Exciting!
post #255 of 1199
Wow, this is such an informative thread. I have had some cell salts in my cupboard for a while but forgot about them and will definitely pull them out.

I was wondering about my daughter what you would recommend: She is about 4, sometimes complains her knees hurt(sometimes she wakes up crying saying they hurt), bruises easily, doesn't eat near enough veges and good things like broth, has very slow growing thin hair, was speech delayed, gets a bloated belly a lot, privates smell yeasty a lot and she will itch them, when things are bad she chews and drools, is emotional, serious, and whiney.

As for me I am trying to get pregnant and will get the bioplasma, but was wondering what is good for low ferritin and iodine levels? I also have thin hair, receding gums, see-through teeth, noisy cracking bones, tmj, and foggy brained. Wondering you would recommend for me.
I really appreciate all your wonderful advice...Thank You!
post #256 of 1199
Okay, got the cell salts to help dd's teeth recover from the yeast and all her juice drinking. DD really loves them and asks for more. Right now I'm giving her two each, four times a day, of calc fluor 12x, kali mur 6x, and calc phos 6x. I'm also taking 4 of each myself and she nurses regularly.

When she wants more, are any of them okay to give more often? Right now, I'm treating them like her multivitamin which she already knows she can only have twice a day.
post #257 of 1199
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Originally Posted by bluebirdmama1 View Post
Thanks to Panserbjørnes advice, we started using cell salts several months ago when my 2 yr old dd's enamel was showing decay. I have given it to her everyday since then, and her teeth are just about healed. The one top tooth is completely healed and the lower one that was worse to begin with is almost better, more like glossed over and scarred from the decay. What would I do without cell salts.

I still would like to learn more and use them for myself.
When did you notice an improvement?
post #258 of 1199
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Originally Posted by BeingMe View Post
I was wondering about my daughter what you would recommend: She is about 4, sometimes complains her knees hurt(sometimes she wakes up crying saying they hurt), bruises easily, doesn't eat near enough veges and good things like broth, has very slow growing thin hair, was speech delayed, gets a bloated belly a lot, privates smell yeasty a lot and she will itch them, when things are bad she chews and drools, is emotional, serious, and whiney.
Have you considered food intolerances for her? I know this is the cell salt thread, and those can help either way, but I'm just wondering...
post #259 of 1199
I've been using cell salts on and off for years. It's interesting, though, I ahve some concerns about my 13 yo dd that I just can't seem to find the answer for nutritionally and today I stumble on this thread and it seems to answer my questions-get back to the cell salts!
Anyway, just happy to have been pointed in what feels like the right direction.
post #260 of 1199
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Originally Posted by sapphire_chan View Post
When did you notice an improvement?
Took about a month to see changes but we were using pascalite clay too.
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