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How much ruta is safe?

Hi, I have tendonitis in myy thumbs and was taking 5 pellets of ruta 30c 3 times a day. This was working wonders for me but then stopped working after about 10 days. It's like my body filters it out now. Can I take a higher potency 200C? IS that safe?
 
  smittyj on 2007-11-15
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yes it is safe but one dose daily j k mohla
 
akshaymohl last decade
dear smitty,

Though ruta 200 is also safer but if it gives you relief in 30th potency It is advisable to take it again for a week or so.


dr. mahfooz
 
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
Ruta 30C is primarily indicated for tendon and ligament problems. Use the 30C dose three times a day for flare-ups, and a 6C dose twice daily for longer term (4-6 weeks) usage as a 'background' treatment.

If the Ruta doesn't seem to help after using it in the high dosage for 7-10 days, or the lower dose for 3-4 weeks, then try Rhus tox at a similar dose and regime.

http://www.netdoctor.co.uk/ate/musclesjoints/202638.html

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I will go along with this advice of trying Ruta 6c first as suggested and if necessary then Rhustox.

Murthy
 
gavinimurthy last decade
Can ruta 30 three times 2 drops be given to patient of frozen shoulder who has hypothyroid?
 
bhuptgu 5 years ago
for frozen shoulder there is many medicine depending on symptoms .Ruta is also helpful in some cases.But primarily rhus tox is best sos.
 
gaintrox 5 years ago

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