Homeopathic Remedies for Kid Athletes

Homeopathic Remedies for Kid Athletes


Hi it’s Samantha from San Diego
Homeopathy. I was recently at a PE night at my kids school and was reminded of
the idea that our kid athletes need remedies sometimes for support so I want
to share with you three homeopathic remedies you can use in case of injury
or over exertion and then a cell salt to keep on hand as well as some hydration
tips. The first remedy and you may be familiar with it is Arnica Montana. It’s
the number one in the first remedy to think of if there’s any sort of injury.
Whether it be a sprain, a strain, a bump, a bruise,
arnica is the first remedy to consider and you can use arnica topically. There’s
arnica gel. There’s Arnica cream or you can also use it internally depending on
the injury. The second remedy I would recommend is Ruta graveolens. It’s
a remedy that is helpful for more injuries to the tendon. So if sprained or
twisted wrist if the ankles are involved in some sort of sprain or strain you may
want to consider, if arnica doesn’t help consider Ruta graveolens as a secondary
remedy to to choose and then the last remedy is called Rhus toxicendron and
it’s a remedy where there is stiffness so there may be injured of ankle or her
to me their stiffness better with motion and so that would be a key note of using
Rhus toxicendron there’s and it can also be used for overuse of muscles muscles or
tendons it can be a remedy to consider almost a remedy for maybe the older set
so but also the younger ones can use it as well and then sell salts are helpful
the one I’m considering what I’m recommending for the athletes is
Magnesium phos. It’s cell salt #8 and it really helps with
any cramps. So if your little one has been out there playing soccer all
weekend and has leg cramps or a cramp really anywhere in the body the
Mag phos is a great support and what’s nice about the Mag phos
or cell salts is you can actually add them to their water. I
would follow the dosing instructions on the bottle but you can add them to the
water and it’s an easy way to get a dose in and the last thing is just to
consider keep in mind keeping your athletes hydrated so water is great you
can add a pinch of sea salt to the water just to help their body absorb the
hydration a little bit better you could also consider packing some coconut water
for halftime or any sort of breaks if the your athlete might have so thanks
for your watching if you have any questions we’re always happy to help
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