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X-Ray Exposure and Fractures (Broken Bones) Combo Special


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X-Ray Exposure Remedy: As a single remedy, homeopathic x-ray has prevented or reduced chromosomal damage in mice exposed to x-ray radiation. Use before and after radiation exposure. (1) (2)

Fractures (Broken Bones) Complex: Contains a blend of homeopathic remedies traditionally used for symptoms associated with fractures such as: pain, swelling, bruising, distortion, and loss of movement. Use either before or after setting and plastering. (3)

Until midnight on Monday, 15th July, 2024, save $15.00 when purchasing both of these remedies as a pair. (Normally $59.90, pay just $44.90 for the two).

(X-Ray Exposure and Fractures (Broken Bones) can also be purchased individually for just $23.95 – save $6.00 on each.)

Three Ways to Order

1. Place your order online by clicking ‘Add to Cart’ button at top of this page. Standard shipping is just $10.95 within Australia and $18 internationally, while a free shipping option applies for orders over $95.00. Cryptocurrency payments accepted. Free “click and collect” is available from our clinic for orders placed before 12 midday on the same day.

2. Order over the phone by calling us on (+61 2) 4304 0822 – we’d love to help you.

3. Purchase directly from our clinic and office at 7b / 1 Pioneer Avenue, Tuggerah NSW 2259, Australia. (When you phone and pay for your order ahead of time, we’ll have it ready, waiting for you.)

This offer ends at midnight on Monday, 15th July, 2024 (UTC/GMT -8 hours).


  1. Khuda-Bukhsh AR: Some homeopathic drugs as radio-protectiveagents. Proc. Vth All India Congress of Cytology and Genetics. In:G.K. Manna, U. Sinha (eds). Pers in Cytology and Genetics, Vol. V.Rashtravani, New Delhi, 1986, pp 407–412
  2. Khuda‑Bukhsh AR. Mice as a model for Homeopathy Research. Homeopathy 2009;98:267‑79.
  3. Accelerating the healing of bone fracture using homeopathy: a prospective, randomized double-blind controlled study