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 might.
The active ingredients of remedies can’t be measured by weight, volume or amount so homeopathy turns to ancient Rome for a little help.
Q. How much of a remedy should I give? Here are the recommendations for big and little people, and the reason why the size of dose is considered a minor variable during treatment.
We are often asked, “Will airport x-ray machines and scanners affect our remedies? Here’s the answer from the research.
Homeopathy works with any living thing which means diseases of fish also respond to the indicated remedy. Rather than trying to drop a pill down a wriggling fish’s mouth, though, try this.
Q: Do homeopathic remedies contain alcohol? The answer is both yes and no. Find out why and what to do if you want your remedies to alcohol free.
“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.”
Are you suffering from a simple complaint that could be easily treated at home? These guidelines offer information on which homeopathic potency would be useful, and why.