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I'm fascinated that you are so sensitive! I took a remedy (repeatedly under direction of a new practitioner and against my judgment) recently that did BAD things. It took several cups of coffee to stop it. The cool thing is (what I have seen in cases of extreme aggravation) is that you can TELL when it works.
Clearly different people will have different sensitivity levels, and noone is going to debate that....but I'm just blown away that being near someone who used a breath mint affects you that much!
I'm fascinated that you are so immune!
Dh doesn't seem to be as sensitive. But... he had a low dose that he uses frequently.
Laura~ wife to my stuntman, Stig, mama to Gavin Rutgar (4) and now Wyatt Andreas (1) and 2 little .
Although the proponents of biochemic combinations say that it is a seperate system and we can use combinations because there can be a deficiency of more that one cell-salt at a given time, I have some questions which should make people situp and think.
1. How homeopathic Natrum-mur 12x is different from biochemic Natrum-mur 12x?
already answered to the best of my knowledge
2. Why is it that Natrum-mur 6c is homeopathic but natrum-mur 12x is biochemic? There is technically speaking not much difference - both are diluted, potentized to nearly same level.
absolutely untrue. The difference between 6C and 12X is non existent when it comes to material present. However the difference in action is very different. Potentization is a HUGE part of homeopathy. The biochemic remedies are not potentized to my knowledge. I will double check on that....but I'm relatively certain.
3. When biochemic medicines are also slected on the basis of symptom-similarity, how is it different from the homeopathic law of similia?
You aren't looking to induce an artificial disease as youa re with homeopathy. You are looking to correct a cellular imbalance.
Anybody who ponders seriously over such questions would realize that cell-salts are not an independent system. They are very much a part of homeopathy and therefore the laws that apply to homeopathic combinations, should apply to the biochemic combinations too.
I would like to discuss how they are used differently. Do you use them for the same reasons (even though the underlying theory is different?)
In my training they are nutritional and I use them as such.
Also, how frequently should they be taken. It seems like the pills are lactose based. I avoid dairy because of breastfeeding, but have taken lactose pills from time to time. I would be willing to take a few, but not many everyday.
Most protocols entail taking them four times a day. Cell salts are all lactose based.
so many questions now, because i am getting ready to order my kit, and I want to include other necessaries. :
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