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Attn:doctors! Please help! Troublr with biochemic and homeopathy medicines with doses

Dear friends/doctors,

I am finding difficulty in understanding homeopathy and biochemic dose. I am very new to these two therapies.

A doctor told me to take Nat Mur,Ferrum Phos,Kali Phos,Kali Sulph,Calc Phos and Kali Iodide (all in 30X) for overcoming my deficiencies in the body. I bought the first 5 salts as biochemic tablets all in 30X. But that shop did not have Kali iodide 30X as in biochemic form but gave me Kali Iodide 30 as in homeopathic dilution.

That doctor is not available now. He suggested me to take 5 tablets (1 tablet each from 5 salts) 2 times a day. But I don't know how to take Kali Iodide 30 which is a homeopatic preparation.

What is the difference between Kali Iodide 30 (homeopathic) and Kali Iodide 30 X (biochemic)? What would be my dose for Kali Iodide 30 and how do I take it since it is liquid? For the biochemic salts I add 5 tablets in 250 ml of warm water and drink it after 5 to 10 minutes. Will I do the same for Kali Iodide? I mean adding 10-15 drops of the liquid in 250 mL of water and drink it.

Please help! I cannot start taking Kali Iodide 30 cause I don't know how to take it and the safe dose for it. Can I take any other homeopathy medicine along with Kali Iodide 30 because the doctor also prescribed Nux Vom 30 two times a day. What shall I do??? I am so at a loss.

Kindly help me in this matter.

Thank you
  tantrik on 2009-08-19
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Kali iod is not a tissue salt. It is a homeopathic remedy only. Your doc asked you to take it in 30x potency, you have bought 30c potency. Kali iod is a deep acting remedy when used in 30c potency. So it is better not to take it unless you are able to get it in 30x potency.
kadwa last decade

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