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The best way to solve enuresis in children is, without a doubt, to go to the specialist, although, without this serving as an excuse for not going to the doctor's office, we can always use popular wisdom and transmitted traditions from generation to generation. From the knowledge of our elders we can get, without a doubt, advice and home remedies that we can also make our own to combat the enuresis of our child.
The effectiveness of the use of cinnamon, honey or blueberries are some of the home remedies that we can use and that are safe for children. To these remedies we can add others that are made from other plants such as fennel and thyme. Sleeping with a bag containing these two plants attached to the skin was an ancient remedy to prevent nocturnal enuresis in children.
The formula was the following. In a small cloth sack, measuring approximately 10 x 10 cm, mix 1 fresh chopped garlic, 2 tablespoons of fennel seeds and 1 tablespoon of thyme. Once the hodgepodge was prepared, the sack was placed inside the pajamas by hooking it with a small safety pin. The sachet always had to stay in contact with the child's skin.
This remedy used to be used for a month, changing the garlic every 3 days. And when the child had stopped peeing, the sac was gradually removed, first, every other day, then every other day, and so on until it was completely removed.
This is not a scientifically proven remedy, but in any case, we lose nothing by trying it. The products are natural and are not intended to compromise the health of the child.
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