Fears of contact and aggressive behavioral disturbances prevent social integration outside the family patchwork. A case for Gallicum acidum.
When typical basic needs in early phases of child development are not being satisfied, acids are frequently indicated in homeopathic treatment. Children who need Gallicum acidum have neither been able to bond well with their mother, nor have they received her undivided attention. They seek to achieve this missing care through aggressive behavior or sleep disturbances. In the case described here, all different methods lead to the same small remedy and this has increased our confidence in the prescription.