This case demonstrates that sometimes you have to go further back in the timeline when detoxing drugs.
A toddler is brought to me with repeated bouts of yellow/ green catarrhal chesty coughs and discharge from the eyes and nose.
After taking a full case history on the first session we deduced this may have started after the first round of vaccines at age 2, 3 and 4 months. So, in keeping with the protocol I gave the child a remedy made from the vaccines she had been given in ascending strengths over 8 weeks (very safe homeopathic remedy, almost like an energy blueprint of the vaccines rather than the actual drug), plus what I call her constitutional remedy.
Certainly over this time we saw some detox symptoms. Some initial increase in catarrh followed by a period of improvement. No symptoms for several months. All good.
Until it returned and remained after a cold.
This lasting catarrh did not easily respond to usual remedies so we repeated the vaccine detox (very often this needs to be done a few times). Some improvement but still not completely cured.
It seemed that this catarrh was being produced excessively after any stress on the immune system i.e. teething or a cold. Suggesting the immune system was somewhat compromised and under functioning.
Going further back in the childs timeline there were no other medications given, however she had been conceived by fertility method using Clomid. It transpires the mother had been given in excess of the usual dose before conceiving.
So, using a homeopathic remedy made from Clomid drug, we began the detox of this in the standard way.
Success! The catarrh has dried up and stayed away for the longest period of time. In spite of teething!
Our bodies are fantastic at trying to rebalance itself. It is doing this all day every day to maintain health. In producing catarrh the body is indicating an effort in ridding itself of something it does not want and when this becomes a chronic repeated problem we aim to look for the maintaining cause. In this case the toxic load of a fertility drug.