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could someone enlighten me - should nat mur and calc phos never be given together in high potency?

I have read that nat mur follow Calc Phos well. In some cases would they be regarded as too similar and if so why?
 
  uriel33 on 2011-01-11
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Whether you are asking a theoretical question or it is based on a real case? A bare reading of a Materia Medica is always confusing. It is only after a long period of practice one gains some confidence in arriving at totality of symptoms and lining remedies one after another. A remedy may also be arrived at on the basis of a peculiar guiding symptom, modality, causative factor or a PQRS Symptom.
 
kadwa 9 years ago
Thank You Kadwa! It was purely a theoretical question... Do you have any knowledge as to why black tea is incompatible with Sulphur and why green tea/ oolong tea among many others are not. This is for personal and educational purposes.

Best wishes
 
uriel33 9 years ago

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