edWhat are the generic differences in the 3 remedies for ED-Agnus, Selenium or Lycopodium. How do the effect change from lower potency of 30C to 200C? What are the Biochemic substitues?
Sunny2222 on 2005-01-31
♥ sabra last decade
Biochemic remedies are low potency tissue remedies developed by Schussler and later accepted as part of the homeopathic range - but of course , as Kent said , there is no need to use only low potency!.
Let Sabra have the details she wants.
passkey last decade
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