Diarrhoea – it’s a subject no-one likes to talk about but homeopathy can help those watery stools, flatulence, cramps, and more. But is it better than conventional approaches.
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Homeopathy resolves problems that cause dehydration. Which remedies would you use for diarrhoea, blood loss, or dehydration with cramps and weakness?
Does your child have a greenish unpleasant stool, ravenous appetite, thirst at night, or diarrhoea after drinking milk? This article with helpful remedies may help.
Historically used for cholera, this remedy covers severe simultaneous vomiting and diarrhoea, cramps, spasms, cold sweat, weakness and collapse. Bit what about the megalomania?
Fluid loss and dehydration have numerous causes but recovery is hastened when symptoms – cramps, gastroenteritis, blood loss, vomiting or diarrhoea – are matched to a remedy.
If diarrhoea, offensive stools, or greenish mucus follows antibiotics, it could be caused by a nasty “bug” such as Clostridium difficile. Homeopathy helps.
Feeling sick after eating fish, shellfish, sweets or meat? Simple homeopathic remedies help relieve symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea from food poisoning.
Think of this remedy for rheumatic and neuralgic pains, orchitis and epididymitis, and symptoms that worsen before a thunderstorm but improve with warmth.
Compare the homeopathic and conventional approach to this inconvenient and distressing problem. A list of useful remedies and links to research are included.