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Is there no place I can buy Silicea 1x from?

I want to really give a shot to low potency Silicea like 1x based on Dr Kuldeeps suggestion.

I am making the stuff on my home from rocks found in parks etc based on Dr Kuldeeps method. Only difference from the posted method is I put a few drops of rum on the medicine to kill any germs etc.
I am taking it for 2 months but no effect.

I think I may be doing something wrong since I have not had the good effects that others have had.
Hence I want to buy a low potency silicea. But no one seems to sell anything less than 3x.

I really want to try Silicea low dose before giving up hope on it. But it seems lowest potency I can get to it from shop is 3x. Is it good enough?

Someone please help.
  unluckyguy on 2005-04-15
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
No harm in trying out in 3x potency.

bandarbabu2000 last decade
It really depends on what you're trying to treat - do you even need Silica? And, if you do, and your home-made version isn't working, 3x is quite low enough. Please, do make sure you need it though.
Minsa last decade
Thanks for the replies.
I am using them for acne scars.

Dr kuldeep mentions that low dose silicea can work for them, the home make stuff did not work for me so far, so a doubt that I am doing something wrong.

Hence I am trying to buy a low dose silicea instead to give it a shot and the lowest I get is 3x.
unluckyguy last decade
3x will be quite okay.
Minsa last decade

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