What does a pharmacist give her own child when he’s sick?

pharmacistHomeopathy, of course, plus (in this instance) a range of other simple treatments that either ease symptoms or avoid the side effects of harsher drugs.

Read what pharmacist Sherry Torkos suggests to manage simple problems such as:
– bruises and muscle strains
– colds and coughs
– diarrhea and constipation
– eczema or skin rash
– motion sickness, nausea,and upset stomach

More Information: What Does a Pharmacist Give Her Own Child When He’s Sick?






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