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Staphysagria Dosage QuestionHi there,
I recently tried Staphysagria for a UTI. Although my UTI hasn't totally cleared yet, I am feeling much better. The Staphysagria also seems to be helping two other long-standing issues I've dealt with. I also have scar tissue in my sinuses and had a chronic low grade infection in my tooth/jaw that was recently treated but not fully healed.
Since I started taking the Staphysagria, my UTI is getting better, I'm breathing easier, and the lump in my throat from the tooth/jaw infection feels like it's clearing.
My question is... how much Staphysagria can/should I take? So far over the last 3 days, I've taken four doses of 30 Ch. Anyone have suggestions on how much (or if I should) continue dosing until everything is 100% cleared?
Any help is appreciated.
P.S. I tend to be sensitive to remedies and 'prove' them, so I'm cautious on dosing and surprised I've been fine taking so much so far. Thanks!
maddie37 on 2013-10-22
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No further dosage to be taken. Just leave the remedy to complete its job. Once you feel that symptoms are returning, only then you may repeat but take in 200 potency - 1 or 2 doses and then wait for a week.
mani_jee 4 years agoThank you! I'll do that. My only concern/question is that the symptoms are not gone yet and are still there (although they are better). How long do I wait until doing another dose if they don't clear up completely in the next day or two?
maddie37 4 years ago
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