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Wet dose

Hi all,
I was wondering: how long can you save a wet dose (pellets in mineral water without ethanol)? I understand that you should not keep it in the fridge because it could be affected, is that true?
  Dalia on 2007-10-23
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I don't think it would be affected by low temp. in the fridge but by strong odors. So if there is nothing in the fridge that smells strong then it is ok to keep your remedy there.

I'm not aware about any exp. on how long can you keep it- but I know of a week -and it was ok.
Astra2012 last decade
Yes i didnt mean by the low temperature but that the magnetic field of the fridge could break down the remedy. Does anyone know if that's so?
Dalia last decade
No. There are so many electro magnetic fields in the atmosphere itself like radio waves ,TV signals etc, and they won't affect homeopathic remedies.

The remedies won't get affected even by the X-rays in the aitports, when you keep them in your baggage.

Strong odors and heat are the only things that are to be avoided.

In case, you still don't want to keep the RSB (Remedy solution botle) in the fridge, you can add about 30 ml. of good quality brandy to the 100ml. of water (in that ratio, if the RSB is made with more water). That will prevent the water from becoming rancid on long storage.

gavinimurthy last decade
dalia, how is the eczema on your fingers.

it would be nice if you give us an update.
rishimba last decade

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