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Don't take them together.

First try Rhustox as suggested by Astra.

We will see later if Causticum is required.

Never take two medicines together.

however,he can take calc-fl one hour after rhus-tox as suggested by Astra.

This is like a vitamin,and won't interfere with the rhus-tox.

if you are still not clear,don't hesitate to ask again.

bandarbabu2000 last decade

[message deleted by justagirl on Mon, 30 Jan 2012 19:43:45 GMT]
justagirl last decade
What Murthy said is right: only one remedy at a time! First rhus 200c in water-1-3 teaspoons when needed i. e. when he starts feeling stiffness-actually he may notice some difference after first few times (it is important to succusse it before use=you slightly increase potency that way )

Also every day (3 times a day) he should take tissue salts (there are 12 of them! but together, not separate, )and although Hyland uses homeopathic potencies like 3x and 6x, these salts are not really homeopathic and can be taken at the same time as homeopathic remedy (just an hour after)

Causticum 200 is the next homeopathic remedy that we could use IF rhus doesn't work (which -unfortunately-might happen, but let's hope for NOT).
Astra2012 last decade
we posted at the same time!
yes, calc-f is one of 12 tissue salts
Astra2012 last decade

[message deleted by justagirl on Mon, 30 Jan 2012 19:44:35 GMT]
justagirl last decade
No.Only Calc-fl.He doesn't need the remaining 11 tissue salts.

bandarbabu2000 last decade

[message deleted by justagirl on Mon, 30 Jan 2012 19:45:20 GMT]
justagirl last decade

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