AMBER [SUCCINUM]...A CASE OF WHEN A GOOD THING BECOMES TOO MUCH

The Homeopath; 30 (4); Spring 2012; 21

The use of amber as a therapeutic agent has endured through many centuries; enjoying pride of place in folk-medicine lore ever since being named Succinum by the Dominican monk Albert the Great in the early 13th century. Presently the use of amber beads to assist babies with teething is increasing in popularity. This case demonstrates that overuse may result in an inadvertent proving with adverse health consequences. 

KEYWORDS: amber; teething; breastfeeding; proving; whooping cough

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Patricia Hatherly
BA DipEd BHSc(Homoeopathy) AROH MAHA ANPA

Amamusus Natural Therapies Centre
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