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LEUCORRHOEA AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT

December 29th, 2009

Knowing the origin of the trouble, we can successfully fight back if we use lactic acid. Women afflicted by this condition would do well to use Molkosan (whey concentrate), since its natural lactic acid content has indeed proved its worth as a disinfectant and antiseptic douche. Douching with an infusion of camomile and 3—4 soupspoons of Molkosan added to every litre (2 pints) of liquid, has given good results. The natural lactic acid in Molkosan is able to replace the lactic acid the mucous membranes are lacking. The treatment with Molkosan is therefore a biological method. Since the patient usually has a deficiency of calcium salts as well, it would also be wise to take the biological calcium preparation Urticalcin.

Another essential feature of the treatment of leucorrhoea is to take regular sitz baths prepared with herbs; the baths should last between half an hour to an hour, with the water being kept at a constant temperature of 37 °C (98.6 °F) adding hot water from time to time. Patients who follow this treatment will feel much better after a relatively short time. So take a sitz bath prepared with thyme or juniper, using Juniperosan, two or three times a week. These sitz baths will stimulate the circulation in the abdomen, which is an important factor in their effectiveness.

Also effective are the homoeopathic remedies Sepia 4x-6x, Calc. carb., Pulsatilla, Ferr. phos., Kali sulph. and Calc. phos., in addition to the biological calcium preparation Urticalcin.

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