When nothing ever seems right for the child, there is great dissatisfaction with everything and they are easily bored, – think of Calcarea Phosphorica – The Great Discontented.
“A psychological theme central to Calcarea phosphorica is that of discontent. This characteristic is most readily witnessed in children. They may suffer discontent for a number of reasons (bone pains, teething difficulties, etc.) and moan and whine constantly and for extended periods of time. Parents typically complain that the moaning grates on their nerves. Mothers of Calcarea phosphorica children typically describe their child as a ‘moaning child’ “. (George Vithoulkas).
Calcarea Phosphorica (Calc Phos) is a great remedy to consider using during developmental periods. Indications for use include infants who are late learning to walk and talk and experience late and difficult teething troubles.
In the same way that no two children are alike, the causes and symptoms are also unique and therefore a remedy is selected based on each child’s personal needs. As Calcarea Phosphorica can often be confused with Calcarea carbonica, Chamomilla, Phosphoricum acidum, Phosphorus and Tuberculinum, these remedies should also be compared.
In homeopathy our aim is not only to help relieve the baby’s discomfort but also to strengthen and improve their immune system. Using homeopathic remedies selected according to the infants need, homeopathic treatment helps support a baby’s development and accelerate natural healing.
Professionally prescribed homeopathic remedies can safely be used in conjunction with conventional medication. Homeopathic remedies have no side effects, are non-addictive and are easily administered to babies and children.
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