Bed-Wetting

Bed-Wetting 9X (BBCEDWETCX9) Physical bladder irritation with an underlying emphasis on nervousness and fearfulness

EUPHRASIA OFFICINALIS (eyebright) Euphrasia is a wonderful remedy for the kidneys and the bladder. There will be nocturnal bladder irritability with dribbling urine.

KALI SULPHURICUM (Potassium sulphate) Inflammation of the basin-shaped area of the kidney. There is high oxalate (oxalic acid) count in the urine. High oxalate count is implicated in the formation of kidney stones and is found in people suffering from chronic candida infections. Studies have also shown that children with autism have particularly high levels of oxalates in their urine. A connection has been drawn between a lack of lactobaccilus in the intestine and high oxalates. It is believed that vitamin C, if not absorbed properly, converts to oxalic acid. (Choose vitamin C supplements with care—ascorbate, not ascorbic acid. ) Be careful with hybrid citrus fruits. There will be a strong craving for sweets.

RED CHESTNUT (flower essence) This remedy is in the group “For Those Who Have Fear” and is specific for physical nervousness with tightening of muscles in the stomach and abdominal regions.

VIOLA ODORATA (sweet-scented violet) Viola odorata is of particular benefit to bed-wetting in nervous children. The urine will be milky with a strong smell. This remedy is also indicated for the removal of parasites. That is a very helpful thing since parasites are involved in bed-wetting more often that one would think.