Silicea for Silicone PoisoningI have silicone poisoning from implants and have been taking Silicea 30c, twice a day, for about 2 months for resultant collagen disorder. There seems to be some improvement in damaged ear cartilage, although it is quite slow.
How do I know when, and whether, to change the potency? I am EXTREMELY sensitive and a little apprehensive higher dose, but a single dose of 200 over the course of one month is a possibility. Or do I continue with 30c indefinitely? Thanks for any guidance!
junegloriousjune on 2011-01-06
There is no way to know even IF you should be continuing with Silicea without proper assessment of the effect.
Silicea 30c 2x/day for 2 months (so approximately *120* doses) is a extremely large dose, and you run a risk of side-effects in continuing this way.
♥ brisbanehomoeopath 9 years ago
Please use the homeopathic patient intake form and give us the appropriate information about your case, and hopefully someone here will help you begin correct homeoapthic treatment.
Homeopathy International 1 9 years ago
There is a mistake in my original post. I have been taking Silicea 30c, twice a day, for ONE month.
I am between homeopaths. Do you suggest I stop this remedy, or perhaps continue 30c once a day for another month, until I find a replacement homeopath?
It seems that I have been helped by the remedy, but I don't want to do further harm to myself.
junegloriousjune 9 years ago
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