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On the following pages are some of my favorite herbal remedies for teething problems. Catnip Tea This is an old standby for both child and parent during the teething times. Catnip is soothing to the nervous system and helps relieve acute pain as well as teething-related fever. Administer as tea or tincture in frequent small doses (dilute the tincture in warm water). The tea itself is not tasty, so you may have to be creative to get your child to drink it. Try formulating catnip with other gentle, better-tasting nervines such as chamomile, rose, passionflower, or lemon balm.
Marsh mallow is very soothing to the urinary tract and is often recommended for urinary tract and bladder infections. It also has external applications: Mix it with water into a thick paste to soothe burns and irritated skin, or combine it with oatmeal as a soothing wash or bath for irritated, itchy dry skin. Nettle (Urtica dioica) Parts used: primarily the fresh leaves and young tops, but the roots and seeds are also used Benefits: Nettle is a treasure trove of vitamins and minerals. It is an especially good source of iron and calcium and is used to help restore these two important minerals in pregnant and nursing mothers (for this purpose mix it with raspberry leaf, another good nutritive and also a female reproductive tonic).
For sore gums and mouth inflammation, use the tea or diluted tincture as a mouthwash, flavored with peppermint or spearmint essential oil. While echinacea is most effective taken internally, it can also be used as a wash or poultice externally to treat skin infections. Caution: Like chamomile, echinacea is a member of the composite family and may cause an allergic reaction in rare individuals. If your child is very sensitive and/or prone to allergies, do a patch test before introducing echinacea to him or her.
An Introduction to Medical Radiesthesia & Radionics by Vernon D. Wethered