Reality and place of homeopathy in today’s medical practice How to define homeopathy? The homeopathy is a medical discipline, that is to say prescribed by health professionals (doctors, dentists, midwives, veterinary) and recommended by pharmacists. The homeopathic products are medicines (granules, drops, tablets, ointment, single dose) delivered exclusively in pharmacies, accessible without prescription but also, at the request of patients. Established for how long; according to what principles? The homeopathy was established there over two centuries by a German physician Samuel Hahnemann. Disappointed by the therapeutic methods and in particular by the undesirable effects...See article
KALIUM SULFURICUM 5C 4C 9C 15C 7C homeopathic pellets Boiron
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KALIUM Sulfuricum 4C 9C 15C 7C 5C granules homeopathy Boiron
Indications and Dosage
Homeopathic medicines can be used in various symptoms, so it is not possible to determine the indications and dosage of a specific preparation.
The homeopath chooses the appropriate drug dilution and dosage appropriate to the patient's health status and characteristic symptoms.
Directions for use and instructions
It is advisable not to touC the fingers homeopathic granules.
Use a toothpaste without mint (type Homéodent Boiron).
Packaging and content
Tube translucent granules.
To eaC tube of color corresponds dilution
4CH 5CH red yellow green blue 7CH 9 green water CH 12CH 15C orange purple 30c
Weight 4g. About 80 pellets.
Precaution of use
Leave homeopathic granules for babies and children
To the granules or alcoholic drops dissolve in 100ml of water. The granules are very slow to dissolve, it is necessary to prepare in advance your mix.
Homeopathy and Pregnancy
Homeopathic medicines have no chemical toxicity or against indication or interaction with other medications or adverse effect related to the amount of ingested product. Pregnant women can heal without known risk for them and their future child, but it is best to seek advice.
Frequency of use of homeopathy
In acute conditions, it is advisable to take homeopathic remedies every hour until symptoms improve. Therefore, we must space out, 3 or 4 times a day, then gradually stop.
In chronic conditions, the low dilution remedies (> to 9CH) are taken 1-2 times a day, the substantive remedies are taken 1 time a week or once a month 1. This decision belongs to the homeopath.
What to do if there is no improvement within 24 hours
Some diseases can not be treated by homeopathy simply by self-medication. Severity requires medical advice can be delivered by a homeopathic doctor. The doctor will decide if your condition can only be treated by homeopathy or if your treatment should be supplemented with allopathy.
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