Many parents use globules. When babies are teething, they can often benefit from homeopathic remedies. Pain and accompanying symptoms such as diarrhoea, fever or a cold can possibly be alleviated by homeopathic treatment. Calcarea carbonicum, Chamomilla or Belladonna are commonly used globules for teething. Here you can read everything that is important about homeopathy for teething and what you should consider during therapy.
When are globules suitable for teething?
A baby’s milk teeth break through from the fourth to sixth month of life. This is uncomfortable and often painful for the baby. The eruption of a tooth puts a strain on your child’s body, which can lead to a wide variety of symptoms.
Typical are irritability, fits of crying, loss of appetite and sleep disturbances. But more serious symptoms such as fever, runny nose or diarrhea may also occur. These teething problems can occur with any tooth, but are particularly common when molars and canines erupt.
Teething globules can be used in babies who are primarily affected by pain. But even if your child suffers from the accompanying symptoms, it is worth trying homeopathy. Teething is often a painful time for babies and parents.
Globules during teething: important remedies
To make teething easier, there are various homeopathic remedies that can alleviate the symptoms. Choose the right teething globules for your child based on the characteristic symptoms for which the remedies are helpful. If you are unsure, you should consult an experienced homeopath.
The following homeopathic remedies may help relieve your baby’s teething problems:
- when teething is very painful
- if the children are restless, kick, scream and bite
- if teething starts late (sometimes as late as 12 months)
- when your head is sweaty
- if the child often grinds his teeth at night
- when the child puts his fingers in his mouth
- if the child has diarrhea and it smells sour
- when teething starts late
- if the child has diarrhea and severe flatulence
- the most commonly used remedy for teething problems
- if the child is very irritable and impatient
- when carrying around has a calming effect
- when one cheek is often red and hot, the other pale and cold
- when the child sleeps poorly
- if sometimes there is green diarrhea that stinks of rotten eggs
- when the child is physically and mentally overactive
- when the child sleeps little
- Teething globules: dosage
To help the baby as quickly as possible, you can give him the appropriate teething globules several times a day. You can place these directly in the child’s mouth (e.g. under the tongue or in the cheek pouches) so that they dissolve.
For smaller children, it is best to first dissolve the globules in a spoonful of tap water and put this solution directly from the spoon into the child’s mouth. Use the potencies 6X or 6C and in acute cases give three globules up to six times a day. You can also use the potency D12, but then only give three globules twice a day.
Globules when teething: when to see the doctor?
If the symptoms are very severe and your child is severely affected by teething, you should ask the pediatrician for advice. Medical intervention may be necessary, especially if side effects such as diarrhea or fever occur. Otherwise try it with rest, patience and globules. Teething is a natural process.
Note: The concept of homeopathy and its specific effectiveness are controversial in science and not clearly proven by studies.