Silicea, dose question...Hi guys, I'm fairly new to Homeoapathy.
Anyway, I'm a 20 year old male, and quite an anxious fellow. Have had a rough past, will spare you the details, but I have anxiety/depression and the like. A thing called EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) has helped me considerably as far as emotions (and mental state) goes, but I started looking up Homeopathy about a month ago and figured hey, why not.
I started taking Silicea 8x, 15 pellets a day. I think upgraded to 12x, 15 pellets a day. To be perfectly honest, my health and mind has been getting better and better over the past two months, and my symptoms have been decreasing. Nonetheless anxiety, fatigue, and other things still exist, so I figured I'd up it; I just got my 30C Silicea.
Anyway, so my question is what is safe here; should I take 5, 10, 15 a day? Or, rather, is 30C one that should be taken once a week? I've read things on dosages but have gotten mixed information on it, so I'd like to hear from anyone from experience.
Hastaj00 on 2003-11-16
SILICA 200c.NO REPEAT AT ALL .allow to work.up to month.
restrict salt intake and smoked foods
If new symptoms come up not old recuring ones, then indication for new remedy.
Need help , then post back.OK?
♡ John Stanton last decade
Thanks for the reply... Here's the problem: I just bought 4 bottles of Silicea 30C, so it'd be nice to use that if possible...
If I notice improvement but symptoms still exist, at what amount is it currently safe -- not overboard -- to take until symptoms are gone or stop improving? I guess this is my main question.
JasonNewt last decade
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