How to make a homeopathic medical emergency kit

Shiva Rose, Curator of the eco-holistic life style web site, The Local Rose, shares advice for parents on how to make a homeopathic medical emergency kit for your family
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How to make a homeopathic medical emergency kit

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I like to have an emergency homeopathic medical kit both at home and if I'm traveling. And it sort of has the basics of what you would need if some issue comes up, especially with children. For little young children, it's good to have chamomilia, and that is a homeopathic remedy that is good for them if they have teething issues or if they're fussy or crying or if they have stomach issues. There's also belladonna, which is good for fever. That's another homeopathic remedy. I also like to keep florisol, which is a homeopathic cream in case there's any rashes or bug bites. And this is all non-toxic and there's also garlic mullen oil which has been used for 100s of years by Native Americans, and it treats ear aches, ear infections, and before you can get to the doctor, you want to put something in there to help calm the child, that's wonderful. And rescue remedy is also wonderful. It's a flower essence, which is good for calming the children if they're fussy from the travel. I also like to keep in there some Nox Vomica for any stomach issues if they have an upset stomach, that's always a good remedy to have. Those are the basics in my arsenal.

Shiva Rose, Curator of the eco-holistic life style web site, The Local Rose, shares advice for parents on how to make a homeopathic medical emergency kit for your family

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Shiva Rose is an actress, writer and curator of the eco-holistic life style web site, The Local Rose. As an actress, Shiva Rose has appeared on film, television and on stage.  Her film and TV credits include David and Layla (Best Actress Award at The Florida Film Festival), CSI Miami, and Cold Case. As a writer she has written the play A Fragile Life (based on the life of Tina Modotti), Relative Insanity (a film to be produced in 2012), and various articles for magazines and websites including Vogue, Lucky, LA Confidential, Eco-Stiletto, Huffington Post, and more. She is currently working on developing a nontoxic skin beauty line, and a book based on her site and life. 

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