Children are very sensitive to external stimuli. Whether it comes to environment or climate conditions, emotional stress, strong fright or excessive joy, overplay in the park or envy with the little brother or sister and so on; but the impact on the delicate little organism might be severe. Especially with the uro-genital system the consequences should not be underestimated.
The little children often will not be able to tell what or whether it hurts, how and when the pains appear, is there a burning at the beginning or at the end of urination etc. This is the biggest trap before the accurate treatment. Moreover, in some cases the child will not be able to pass urine at all. Some of the children will scream before passing urine, others will tell they have no urge to go to the toilet. It is possible that the quantity of fluids they drink doesn’t change during the day but there is only but little micturition.
‘It is difficult to understand the rare remedies in depth, but when we prescribe them correctly, they can perform miracles and help people out of the most difficult situations. At the present time, much research is being done on these rare remedies, which are in fact major remedies for those who need them.”
D. Grandgeorge, The Spirit of Homeopathic Medicines
This article is focused on the development of children and infants influenced by the homeopathic remedy Borax veneta.
As the previous article, this one addresses the problem of enuresis. This article is part from a set, which treats different urinary disorders. Inorganic cell salts, potentized by the decimal homeopathic scale, play important role in the treatment of enuresis. They act on a physical cell level, maintaining the efforts of the organism to cope with the incontinence.
This article is part from a set dedicated to the most common urinary problems. The set provides information about the homeopathic treatment of involuntary urination in children (enuresis), inflammation of the kidneys (nephritis), inflammation of the bladder (cystitis), and other related urinary disorders.