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liver cleanse/flush

I would like to do a liver/gallbladder/colon cleansing/flush. Is Lycopodium used homeopathically 2x day for 2 weeks considered a liver 'flush,' 'detox,' or 'cleanse?' What is the difference please? Thank you.
  redcan on 2007-12-11
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
the answer is , there is no remedy for
'liver/gallbladder/colon cleansing/flush'

Lycopodium 2 times a day for 2 weeks is asking for trouble.

In homeopathy , medicines are prescribed on the totality of symptoms. Looking at the pathology/diagnosis is essential but not sufficient.
sameervermani last decade
I'm sorry, maybe I just don't know enough to be clear on what I'm wanting. Why would the Lyc be 'trouble?' I know I was told something of a liver flush (or a gallbladder flush) by a homeopath. As for 'symptoms' I don't know that I have any, but thought a regular internal cleansing would be good since my mother died of liver cancer following gallbladder removal 17 years ago, and my dad just had his gallbladder removed a year or so ago and I now know of and appreciate homeopathy.
redcan last decade
What I meant was there is no 'standard' remedy for liver cleansing.

There are hundreds of remedies which might benefit the liver, but only one of them will work for you. Chosing that remedy is based on totality of symptoms , which are physical and emotional, and all your life history.

The mapping in homeopathy is not from disease to medicine.
The mapping is from the PERSON to the medicine.
sameervermani last decade

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