A question to homeopaths onlyI wandering and need your guidance please.
Please tell me the name of that remedy which is not proved at all but very WIDELY used in homeopathy?
Challa on 2005-02-17
There may be numerous items available that are "homeopathic" in nature, but not actually a homeopathic remedy or sold as one.
Bach Flower remedies are homeopathic in nature (action), but are not actually (completely) homeopathic. They are made a little differently.
There are some new bioenergetic remedies being made right now that did not begin with a physical substance, but made with mind energy by several people. Not easily obtained as one does not know the name or who is doing it.
Your search only opened up more questions and inquiries.
If you know of a remedy that fits this discription, you might want to tell us so that we can answer your questions.
If you are really searching and do not know the name as you have implied, then I, personally, do not know.
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passkey last decade
Mercurius was proved by none other than Hannemann and his colleagues.
Read materia medica pura.It gives the names of provers,along with the symptom in brackets.
No name indicates, the symtoms are of Hannemann,or his own observations.
These are the names of a few provers.
bandarbabu2000 last decade
Surprisingly the potency which most of the pharmacies are manufacturing is Merc Viv (Argentum Vivum) Hg (Atomic Weight 199.8)
Both are different things as for as the chemical composition is concerned. Merc Viv is not a proved remedy at all. Actually Hahnemann recommended that potency in lieu of Merc Sol. And we are using as our GURU said.
Challa last decade
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