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Rhus tox and Ruta grav?

Can Rhus tox and Ruta grav be taken together? And, what is the difference between D30 and D6 (system which is in use in Sweden), because our practioner has prescribed Ruta grav in D6 and Rhus tox in D30.
 
  troja on 2007-11-22
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
D30 is a highes potency.

They can be taken together as they are neither antidotes nor inimical.

Having said that, I dont see why both should be taken when Ruta combines the characteristics of Arnica and Rhus Tox. Please read Dr Luc:

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Ruta combines characteristics of Arnica and Rhus tox. It is mainly indicated when there is a deeper trauma to the soft tissues so that the periosteum (the membrane surrounding the bone) has been affected. A classic example of this is its great effectiveness for tennis elbow (like Bellis perenis), where the trauma is close to the bone. There will be a feeling of stiffness as in conditions relieved by Rhus tos., and a bruised feeling as in Arnica conditions. Moving around makes the pains worse.

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More experienced homeopaths may be able to explain better.
 
srisri last decade
Typo in the first sentence. Please read it as: D30 is a higher potency.
 
srisri last decade
Yes according to symptoms both can be used alternately. D30 is higher and 6D is lower potency.


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Mahfoozurrehman last decade

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