Boiron Coryzalia 1-6 years old. Boiron Coryzalia is a homeopathic medicine for children that provides relief for colds and congestion. Take at the first signs of cold symptoms such as runny nose, with more or less thick secretions, sneezing, eye irritation and nasal congestion.
ALLIUM CEPA 3CH: Elective action on the upper respiratory tract mucosa and the conjunctivals. Tickling in larynx. Violent and frequent sneezes. Eyes discharge and runny nose are increased. Bland secretions irritate the edge of the nostrils, even the upper lip. Much burning and smarting lachrymation.
BELLADONNA 3CH: Inflammation and dryness of the mucous membranes. Congestive headache. Secretions mixed with mucus and blood. The symptoms settle in a sudden way.
SABADILLA 3CH: Continuous sneezes, eye watering, nasal obstruction. The child suffers from pain to the forehead and at the root of the nose, its eyes and nose burn. Raw sore sensation. All symptoms worsen in open air. Hay fever.
KALIUM BICHROMICUM 3CH: All the respiratory tracts secrete profuse, thick, streaked and viscous mucus. Mucus membranes are raw sore. The nose ulcerates and forms crusts.
GELSEMIUM SEMPERVIRENS 3CH: Feverish state, sneezes, runny nose (aqueous flow). Cold symptoms appear several days after the exposure. The child sneezes and presents a profuse but clear coryza. He is chilly and his tonsils are swollen and painful.
PULSATILLA 3CH: Profuse, thick, yellow or yellow green profuse secretions. Faded sense of taste and smell. Coryza stoppage of one of the nostrils. Pain in root of nose.
1 unit-dose at the onset of symptoms, 3 times per day. Reduce with improvement.
If symptoms persist or worsen for more than 48 hours, consult a health care practitioner.
The common cold (acute coryza) is an acute self-limited viral infection involving upper respiratory symptom.
The common cold is an acute, usually afebrile, self-limited viral infection involving upper respiratory symptom particularly when the pathogen is a rhinovirus or coronavirus. symptoms begin with a scratchy or sore throat, followed by sneezing, rhinorrhea, nasal obstruction, and. Nasal secretions are watery and profuse during the first days but then become more mucoid and purulent. Purulent sputum or significant lower respiratory tract symptoms are unusual with rhinovirus infection.
Information taken from the Boiron website.
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