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18 month old has developed sores in the back of throat, constant sneeze, red irritated eyes. Can this be due to drop ceiling ?

My 18 mo son has developed sores in the back of his throat as well as a contant cough , sneeze and red irritated eyes. I have a leak in my living room drop ceiling that has black mold with white specs in it. Could this be causing his symptoms? He s fine when I take him out of the house for a few days but reoccurs when he returns to our home.
Asked On : Mon, 3 Dec 2012
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Well, your question is the answer for you.
Its true; some children get this problem due to false odor, leaking walls, pollen grains, bad environmental conditions, uneven food habits etc.
This is due to the prakuti doshas according to ayurveda.
Treatment== 1 rule out the cause (external) first. 2.Sitopalldi curna +twwo parts ghee +one part honey is very effective thrice a day. 3. avoid roasted +fermented food completely. 4. the shwaskudhar rasa also plays active role.
The ayurvedic nadi parikshana is required the most.
Answered: Mon, 3 Dec 2012
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