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Tissue Salts vs Pellets

Months back I was suggested a few homeopathics and I just noticed it said tissue salts but I ordered the pellets, can I still use the pellets or would I have to buy tissue salts? It was Silicea and Calc Flur for my son (trying to prevent tooth decay). I started him on his Phos and it's only suppose to be for 1 day then go to Calc flur and Silicea for day 2-15 but to order tissue salts it takes weeks (sometimes longer) since I am in a semi isolated post.
Thanks for your help.
  Breezibre on 2011-05-12
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Pellets is just the form the remedy comes in, it has nothing to do whether it is a tissue salt or not.

What is written on the bottle?
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
It's not a bottle, it's just a cylindrical tube (small) from biron (sp) that says the type of homeopathic ie silicea 6c. When I placed an order I was asked tissue salts or pellets and I had no idea what the difference was so I said pellets until I read what I was suggested again and they said tissue salts.
Breezibre last decade
No 6c is not a Tissue salt, that is a normal homoeopathic remedy, a low potency.

Tissue salts are made differently to homoeopathic medicines.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
Dear guardian of patient as was told to you about tissue salt.I will tell u to please use tissue salt as it acts quickly.Tissue salt is a bio prepartion discovered by dr.Sussler,thanks
Dr.Haran ch malaker last decade

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