Bacterial Infections

bacteria infectionsBacterial Infections with Sue Meyer

In this episode of Homeopathy for Mommies, Sue Meyer talks the types of bacterial and staff infections that we can be exposed to and then gives you advice, based on her experience in curing these types of illnesses in her family. This show is geared to help take the fear out of disease, with practical suggestions and remedies. Sue has found helpful with her family.

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Comments

  1. If one has macular degeneration of the eyes and/or glaucoma…..can Belladonna be used without complications for the eyes. There seems to be data about the use of this remedy if one has eye conditions.

    Thank You,
    Jan B

    • Sue Meyer says:

      ​Belladonna is the great “viral” interrupter. Many diseases like macular degeneration are thought to be brought on by virus like EBV.
      So yes, if the symptoms fit, Belladonna can absolutely be used with efficiency this condition.

  2. About 15 minutes into the podcast, you mention a remedy for a boy that wore a hat and was very shy and had water blisters on the bottom of his feet. Can you tell me how to spell that remedy? Thank you,

    Suzanne

  3. Sara Spielman says:

    How quick should a remedy act before considering another one when treating bacterial infections? For instance, my son usually gets better from strep after 3 doses of hep sulph 200, but this week after 6 doses he didn’t improve the way I had hoped to see, so switched to Merc and added Belladona and Strep nosode and after five days of homeopathy I’m beginning to wonder if it’s time to use antibiotics, which is a last resort, but he’s still not quite better. Is there a general amount of days one gives a remedy before trying another one? How long can one safely try different remedies when treating an acute bacterial infection in a child?

    • Sue Meyer says:

      Hi Sara! from your post, I really don’t have enough information to give a good response. I will say that there is no standard response to an illness with homeopathy. One person may respond faster to a remedy than another. I also usually use the protocol for strep as outlined in this podcast. If you feel like this is getting beyond what you can treat on your own, contact my staff at info@homeopathyformommies.com and we can schedule an acute appointment to get it resolved. Because you said your son “usually gets better from strep” – I am guessing there is a recurring issue here that keeps coming up chronically, so he may need a chronic consultation to uproot the recurrence.

      • Sara Spielman says:

        I find that members in my family usually get strep about once a year. I never considered this to be chronic, however, I’m curious to know your opinion on that. I have seen with other people I know that when they treat strep with antibiotics it indeed becomes a chronic condition, occurring every month or two. So when I said “usually gets better from strep” I’m referring to the few times he’s had it in the past couple years. I do always hope as a mom that I’m truly eradicating the infection with homeopathy, but I usually find that within a day or two of the child or adult feeling better the white patches begin to drastically recede, so that’s usually a sign for me that it’s better, would you agree?

        • You are doing a great job to not suppress it with antibiotics, allowing the body to heal. So if the white patches are starting to drastically recede, it sounds like you are on the right track. But if it remains, I would get with a homeopath to see if a nosode is needed.

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