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What are different homeopathic remedies for Chickenpox? – Part 2

• Chickenpox is a viral infection.
• In this condition a person develops extremely itchy blisters which are all over the body.
• It used to be one of the classic childhood diseases which has been reduced by the injection of chickenpox vaccine.

Homeopathic Remedies for Chicken pox

9. Antimonium crudum
This remedy may be indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• child is irritable
• may object to being touched or looked at
• eruptions are sore
• touching eruptions may bring on shooting pains

10. Rhus toxicodendron
This remedy may be indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• chicken pox with tremendous itching that is worse from scratching
• relieved by warm baths or applying heat
• child may be very restless
• restless both physically and mentally
• eyes may become inflamed and sticky
• muscles can ache
• muscles can feel very stiff
• they get relieved by warmth and gentle motion

11. Sulphur
This remedy may be indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• itching is so severe that the person finds it impossible to keep from scratching
• eruptions have a nagging, burning pain
• symptoms become worse from warmth
• aggravated after bathing
• both heat and chills are felt during fever
• person may feel drowsy in the afternoon
• person may feel restless and hot at night.

12. Urtica urens
This remedy may be indicated to a person with the following symptoms:
• eruptions with stinging, burning pain
• symptoms are aggravated by exertion and from overheating.

Homeopathy Dosage Directions

Several homeopathic physicians recommend the usage of the remedies be used as follows:
• Take one dose.
• Wait for a response.
• If improvement is seen, it is best to wait for the remedy to work.
• If improvement lags then another dose can be taken.
• The frequency of dosage differs with the condition.
• It also differs from individual to individual.
• A dose may be needed several times an hour in some cases
• In other cases, a dose may be needed several times a day.
• In some other cases, one dose per day can be said to be enough.
• If there is no response then after waiting for some time, it is best to switch to another remedy.
• Follow the same as above with the other one.

Diet for chicken pox treatment

• Include fresh fruit juices in the diet.
• The juice helps hydrate the body.
• The nutrients from the fruit will boost the immune system.
• Most common fruit juices that can be taken are orange juice and carrot juice.
• Keep your diet healthy and balanced.
• Have plenty of fresh vegetables and raw fruits in the diet.
• Avoid processed and junk foods.

Diet to follow while affected with the disease:
• Avoid eating foods that are difficult to digest.
• Fried foods
• Meat
• Crackers
• Bread crumbs
• Other similarly prepared foods

For those who suffer from mouth sores
• Eat only soft and bland foods
• Avoid spicy foods causing irritation.

Fruits rich in water to heal damaged skin tissues are:
• Oranges
• Watermelon
• Kiwi
• Banana
• Peaches

Cold foods for soothing are:
• Cold yogurt
• Ice cream
• Applesauce
• Popsicle
• Cold fresh fruit juice
• Ice tea or cold water

Soft Foods are:
• Mashed potatoes
• Gelatin
• Broths
• Soups
• Mashed rice with buttermilk

Vegetables
• Cabbage
• Carrots
• Spinach
• Cucumber
• Broccoli
• Wheat grass
• Sprout
• Tomatoes

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