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Best 50 remedy kit (advice)

I am looking at getting a 50 remedy kit and would like suggestions of the best ones out there for everyday use. I have 3 little children, we do not have pets or travel very much outside of little trips. Also, what potency would be the best as I am new to homeopathy...I have been leaning toward a kit with 30c potency as it seems to be a happy medium.
  mommyto3cuties on 2008-08-09
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Take a look at http://abchomeopathy.com/r.php/Kit-a9 if you are looking for a kit that is useful for the entire family, not only kids. If your focus is kids, my personal experience (warning: I'm not a homeopath, just someone who has been studying homeopathy for the last one month), this kit has most of the remedies I've found useful for my kid too (typically you will find for first aid or acute pain situations, arnica, belladona, bryonia, calcphos, magphos, ferr-phos, apis-mel, rhus-tox, nux-vom are remedies are good enough for normal pains/conditions with kids..). If you are also looking for a constitutional and more deep acting remedies, there are others including sulphur, lyc, phosphorus, and some others that could be useful for kids, but at a more deep diagnostic level.

just my opinion..
aske123 last decade

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