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homeopathic dose to an infant

friends, please tell me how many 40 size pills are usually given to an infant of seven months old [8.5 KG weight] when the homeopathic remedy is in 30C potency? would there be a change in number of pills if the potency is 200C or higher?
 
  pcthahir on 2010-10-15
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The correct instructions for taking homoeopathic medicines are not to put pillules directly into the mouth at all. They should be dissolved in water and a small portion of that water is taken.

I make a remedy for a patient as follows:

1 pillule is dissolved into a mixture of water and alcohol (ration of 4:1) in a small bottle preferably with a dropper.

The bottle is hit against the palm of the hand twice very firmly.

1 drop from the bottle is put into 1/2 cup of water (125ml) and stirred thoroughly.

1 teaspoon is taken out of this cup and placed into the mouth.

Whenever I have a patient take another dose, they repeat these steps from the point where they hit the bottle (so the bottle becomes their stock for making their doses).
 
brisbanehomoeopath 9 years ago
in this method, you give one teaspoonful dose to adult and infant? is there any difference in dose of an infant and a grown up man?
 
pcthahir 9 years ago

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