water potencyHello Everyone,
Some of my friends introduced me to take remedy with water. This will make the remedy higher potency.
One of my friend introduced me to use 500ml of water with one 30c remedy, then shake for 50 times.
However, another friend told me to use 50ml of strong alchoal with 450ml of water for one 30c remedy, because if I just use water, it won't work well.
Now I am confused which one of my friends' advice I should follow.
If anyone know which one is better, or recommend, please advice me.
applecake on 2007-02-24
Daisy43 last decade
kam42 last decade
Thank you for your post, Daisy 43.
I will add alcohol when I use the water bottled remedy for a long time.
I think the way we dilute is the same we dilute Buch flower remedy. But the amount I take is one table spoon for homeopathy remedy. Is it effecive if I just take it for few drops?
If you like to take a remedy in alcohol like the one you can purchase in a homeopathic shop, I think it is little different from the one we just dilute with alcohol, because the one in a shop shake many times everytime it diluted.
The way I dilute is just dilute a pill in a water/alcohol once, so i think it is not as strong as the one we can purchase at a shop.
I heard one potency can make with 1drop of water, 100drops of alcohol for 1pellet, and succuss for 100 times by hand. I am not very sure if this is the right way to make 'treatment bottle' but I read somewhere before.
If anyone who can advice on this, please post!
applecake last decade
kam42 last decade
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