Is it best to use pills or liquids when taking a homeopathic remedy? Both give good results but one has an edge over the other. Which one and why?
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A: Traditional homeopathic remedies don’t contain porcine (pig) components but some newer potentised remedies may.
Q. How much of a remedy should I give? Here are our recommendations for big and little people, and the reason why the size of dose is considered a minor variable during treatment.
The active ingredients of remedies can’t be measured by weight, volume or amount so homeopathy turns to ancient Rome for a little help.
We are often asked, “Will airport x-ray machines and scanners affect our remedies?” Here’s the answer and the accompanying research.
Q: Do homeopathic remedies contain alcohol? The answer is yes and no. Find out why and what to do if you want alcohol-free remedies.
Homeopathy works with any living thing which means fish diseases also respond to the correct remedy. Rather than trying to drop a pill down a wriggling fish’s mouth though, try this.
Tautopathy, like homeopathy, has a role to play in the treatment and prevention of drug side-effects. Tautopathy is quick and simple while homeopathy treats susceptibility as well.
“Carb-v is prepared from vegetable charcoal. It is best known for its seemingly miraculous ability in some circumstances to revive people or animals close to death.”