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mixing two remedies

I am relitaveley new to homeopathy, and would like to ask you all a question.

I plan to give a friend Sepia 200c for unbearable period pains (so bad she vomits) (and I believe she is Sepia type)

However she also has terrible acne on face, back and chest and would like to try for her Joes theory of 3x Arnica 30c wet dose for the acne.

Can I use both Sepia one day and the next start her with Arnica?

I know that you are not meant to mix remedies but I read somewhere that you are able to mix Arnica with others if it is wet dose, but I am not sure so please help with this quick question!

Many thanks in advance,
  jennyogiersmith on 2007-01-22
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
You never want to 'mix' in the sense of taking more than one at exactly the same time. There are some you may be able to alternate in the course of the day.

How about starting with just Sepia, and maybe a lower potency, like 30C, to see if there is any benefit.
Daisy43 last decade
My dear,
I think you have selected the best remedy for both the purposes, first wait for its results and if have no success then reduce the potency 30
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
thanks very much.
Iwill wait first to see how the sepia goes, but will try 200c as she (i believe) really is sepia, and wait and see how it goes because if she is sepia it may also help her acne... well I will see and will let you know.
Thanks again
jennyogiersmith last decade

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